Monday, November 28, 2011

Menu Plan Monday Cheesy Potato Casserole, Goulash Recipe


Menu plan Monday
When I say Simply raising 8 I mean it.. Simple and easy.. You won’t find any fancy cooking terms here and a lot of the meals we make were probably meals your grandma made during the depression to make meals go far enough to feed a brood!

Things I have in the fridge that I should use this week are.
·        Mushroom soup in a Tupperware that was not needed for the GB casserole at Thanksgiving.
·        Eggs
·        Lettuce
·        Shredded cheese
·        Ranch dip
·        Sour cream
·        Cream cheese
·        Brick cheese
·        2  grand’s biscuits
·        Chicken broth
·        Canned tomatoes in a Tupperware
·        Peas
·        Carrots leftover
·        Potatoes leftover


Since I usually have my pantry stocked with Staples such as flour sugar pasta noodles crackers rice etc… I can put this with that to make the weeks meals so I don’t waste what’s in the fridge.
Emergency meals this week are: #1 Stouffers Enchilada bake with Chips and cheese, and #2Grilled Cheese sandwiches.  These are the meals that are quick and easy in case something comes up that makes it so we are unable to cook a “Real” Meal!
Read Our Weekly Menu Below:



Monday:

School snack: Cookies (Although they are supposed to have a healthy snack I see nothing wrong with a treat)
Breakfast: Cereal
Lunch: Leftover pot roast from Sunday
After school snack: vanilla wafers
Dinner: Emergency Meal #1 as I had to go get blood work done this morning and take Matthew to get his.
Bed time snack Donuts

Tuesday: 
School snack:
Breakfast: Cereal
Lunch: Peanut butter And Jelly
After school snack:
Dinner:  Emergency Meal # 2 as we will be out of town all day with the VA again. They are going to give Jim his Machine for breathing and show him how to use it.
Bedtime Snack: Crackers with that Ranch Dip that is leftover from the Vegetable pizza



Wednesday:

School snack
Breakfast: Cereal
Lunch:
After school snack:
Dinner: Biscuits and Gravy with eggs and Fried potatoes (So easy and the kids love breakfast for dinner)

Bedtime Snack


Thursday:


School snack
Breakfast: Cereal
Lunch:
After school snack:
Dinner: Cheesy potato casserole
v  Take potatoes and slice them in the Food processor.
v  Mix the leftover Mushroom soup, Sour cream, Shredded cheese,milk and some butter in food processor
v  Layer potatoes in your pan.
v  Pour some of the mixture on each layer and add another layer
v  You can use a crock pot and let it cook all day or you can use a Baking dish and let it cook for about an hour at 350



Saturday:
 School snack
Breakfast: Cereal
Lunch:
After school snack:
Dinner: Goulash (the kids will not let me make this very often as it was so easy I made it all the time)
I make the simplest plain recipe ever
v  2 pounds burger cooked and seasoned with onion, Lawry’s Seasoning salt, pepper and garlic
v 2 pounds macaroni noodles cooked
v Few cans of tomatoes
v 1 can of Tomato juice

 Sunday:The Big Kids will be gone  
 Crock pot Chicken meal
v  Boneless skinless chicken cut up and cooked
v  Cooked white rice
v  Cream of chicken soup
v  Mixed veggies and peas from the fridge
v  Chicken broth from the fridge Swanson’s has no MSG I try to use as much Natural Food as possible. Natural flavorings BTW are made in a Laboratory don’t be fooled by them
v  Cut up carrots from the fridge and maybe a few of the potatoes
v  Seasonings




1 comments:

Tricia said...

They all sound super good and I love how you have emergency meals...

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