Menu Plan

After church we headed to Sweet Tomatoes for lunch. I’ve always said if I was super-duper rich I’d have a salad bar in my home…. all the good vegetables, none of the work. But I’m not super rich and will never have a home salad bar so we go to Sweet Tomatoes a few times a year and I’m happy.

Today I tried their donut muffins, and they were delish! I’ve got to figure out how to make them myself, because they’d be a perfect Saturday morning treat.

I have a new go-to meal this week. It’s not really new, and I’m sure all of you already make these, but I’ve been making egg burritos almost every day lately. They are a great breakfast, lunch, snack, or dinner, and only take 5 minutes to make! My ten year old eats one before every soccer game, no matter what time of day!

Breakfasts

Lemon Poppy Seed Bread

served with smoothies

Whole Wheat Corn Waffles

served with fruit

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Granola

Whole Wheat Oatmeal Pancakes

served with fruit

Eggs, Cereal, Oatmeal, Breakfast leftovers

The Lunch List

Dinner

salmon burger

Salmon Burgers

served with fruit, chips

Crock Pot Salsa Chicken

Steak Stir Fry

tuna casserole (no cream soup)

Tuna Casserole

served with salad

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Homemade Pizza 

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Comments

  1. I’m glad you’ve gotten on the breakfast burrito bandwagon! You might be already doing this, but if not its a huge time saver. I make up to 20 burritos at a time, assembly line style. I then individually wrap them in cling wrap or foil & freeze. That way, I can take them out, put in a damp paper towel, & microwave for 20 seconds for a on-the-go meal. I figured my cost is about $0.20 – $0.30 each which is much cheaper than any fast food burrito!

  2. Donut muffins are all over pinterest! Here’s a quick link:

    http://macandcheesereview.blogspot.com/2009/08/donut-muffins.html

    Enjoy!

  3. The simpledollar.com was my inspiration but if you’d like my method (unless you grew up making tortillas which cuts the cost by 2/3 I recommend buying them) I can message you.

  4. Oh how I wish I could go to Sweet Tomatoes! It’s been a long time since I went there. My daughter is now 3 1/2 and she was 18 months old when we went in Florida. There aren’t any of them up north in Virginia. It is the best! Yummy! You’re meal plan looks great! Thanks for sharing.

    Holly

  5. I love your blog–I think those salmon burgers look so yummy. Not so sure I can convince the hubby and the 4 year old of that though…Here’s to hoping. I love your blog. I’m stopping by via orgjunkie’s menu planning monday….

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