Romantic Dinners You Can Make At Home

On to my menu! Pretty average week around here, so a pretty average menu. I am making frozen chicken patties one night – at the request of Roo. He has them for school lunch and raves about how they are just like chicken nuggets but bigger. He told me I had to try them. I couldn’t bear to tell him that I have tried them and they are, well, processed chicken in a patty. Sigh. The things we do for our kids. ;) I’ll be linking up on I’m an Organizing Junkie if you’re looking for more meal planning ideas! I also often link up at Feeding BigMarvelous Mondays, and Wonderful Food Wednesday. Or check out and follow my Yummy board on Pinterest! Interested in meal planning? Check out my post on meal planning. Here’s what we’re eating this week:

Breakfasts (we don’t plan for each day – see here for why – but these are our choices along with a fruit)

• Cereal
• Granola bars and yogurt
• Pancakes
• Cream of Wheat or oatmeal
• Toast or English Muffins
• Breakfast sliders
• Banana smoothies
• Breakfast bites 

Lunches (see this post for Peanut Free lunch ideas!)

• Roo: Monday – School lunch; Tuesday – Lunchable; Wednesday – School lunch; Thursday – Lunchable; Friday – School lunch
• Monkey: Monday – School lunch; Tuesday – Lunchable; Wednesday – Lunchable; Thursday – Lunchable; Friday – home with daddy
• Me: Monday – Leftovers; Tuesday – Sandwich; Wednesday – Sandwich; Thursday – Leftovers; Friday – Potluck at work


• Monday – Breakfast for dinner
• Tuesday – Mac & Cheese, sausage, peas
• Wednesday – Spaghetti, salad, garlic bread
• Thursday – Chicken patty sandwiches, mac & cheese, carrots
• Friday – Pizza
• Saturday – Sloppy Joes, fries, broccoli
• Sunday – Creamy Tomato and Spinach Pasta, garlic bread

What are you eating this week? Leave a comment and feel free to link back to your blog if you have your plan posted!

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