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Dipping spices – recipe layered in the jar just to see how it would look. I’m thinking of giving jars of this as gifts this year, but would put the ingredients in a different order to make the layers prettier. We had breadsticks and dipping spices with salads last week and they were delicious!
This week is especially crazy so even though these are the meals that were originally planned at the beginning of the month, they’ve been moved around a bit. I don’t mind cooking from scratch on a busy night, but would prefer to have a quick meal planned for those days.
Monday: potato soup
Wednesday: chicken parmesan
Thursday: stroganoff and ww pasta
Friday: pizza night
Saturday: grilled chicken, tossed salads, and maybe breadsticks and dipping spices
The meals without veggies listed we’ll just decide then which veggie to eat from the freezer.
Breakfasts are eggs, scones, oatmeal, biscuits, grits, and pancakes.
Lunches are sandwiches, wraps, macaroni and cheese, tuna salad, leftovers, etc. for the kids and lots of salads for Stephen and I.
Snacks are cheese, baby carrots, nuts, fresh fruit, smoothies, etc.
You can read more menu plans over at Orgjunkie.com.
7 thoughts on “Menu Plan Monday ~ September 27”
what no liver mush? That’s just silly!!
Uncle PAW Paw
I bet people would love that as a gift!
I need to make a goulash my old neighbor made it and I was in love but never attempted to make it
Just stopping by from Org. Junkie. I love your idea for Dipping Spices. That would make a great gift.
Thanks for visiting!
Enjoy the spices if you keep any for yourself. This recipe is our version of some we found at the store. Our whole family absolutely loves them!
That looks really nice! I might put some of the parsley or whatever it is down one layer but I bet that is yummy!
It is parsley. That’s what I was thinking to do – put some of the green layer in between the garlic, cheese, and salt layers.
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