Menu Plan Week of February 2

With my  30 Days of Meals, planning for Blissdom has been easy. I will be in Nashville from Thursday to Saturday, but meals are already frozen and ready for my family to heat without me. If you are like me most of your extended times away from your family involve giving birth. One way to bless your family on the rare occasion that you are away is to leave meals for them.

This week starts the Hot Breakfast Challenge. February is National Hot Breakfast month and I am challenging my readers to give up cold cereal for this month. I hope to post many recipes, feature some guest bloggers, and put up a Mr. Linky each Wednesday for you to share your favorite breakfast recipe. We eat a lot of pancakes around here so please share your breakfast ideas with me!

Breakfasts- Pancakes, Biscuits, Oatmeal, French Toast, Cinnamon Rolls

Lunches- Sandwiches, Muffins, Smoothies, Cheese and Crackers, Fruit, Veggies


Turkey Tacos

Salmon Turnovers, broccoli, salad, fruit

Chicken Pot Pie, salad, fruit (in the freezer)

Shepherd’s Pie, fruit, whole wheat rolls (in the freezer)

Whole Wheat Pizza, salad

Baked Ziti, salad, bread (in the freezer)

Here is my 30 Days of Meals list. The meals that are crossed off are ones we have already made for this 30 day period. I won’t cross off this weeks meals until I actually make them.

30 Days of Meals

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  1. Every so often I’ll make “egg muffins”. I use either bacon or sausage, onion, cheese and sometimes bell pepper and diced green chile. Beat about 8 eggs add all the other stuff. Pour them into sprayed muffin tins and bake at 325ish for about 20 min(aprox). These freeze really well and are quickly thawed in the microwave. Sorry for the vague recipe, this is one thing I don’t have actual measurements for!

  2. I love the hot breakfast challenge – we’ve been switching over at my house too and going with crockpot breakfasts.


  3. I’m taking your challenge. 😀 We are having some homemade cinnamon raisin English muffins, pancakes, peanut butter on toast, and leftover muffins from freezer. We like to do toads in a hole (eggs in a hole), breakfast burritos, omelettes, too.

  4. If you don’t mind, I have a question about preparing frozen meals. Do you find it works best to thaw them overnight in the fridge the night before you plan on having them, and then warming them up in the oven accordingly? Or will your family just put them in the oven straight from the freezer?
    I made your ziti last week, btw, and it was a hit. I used all ground sausage (Jimmy Dean) for the meat, though. My family likes them some pig. It made so much it’s two meals for us (family of 5).

  5. I love the Hot Breakfast Challenge idea! I will definitely be back to check out all the links on Wednesday & will have to think about what recipe to feature.
    Happy MPM!

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