Sunday, August 24, 2008

Menu Plan Monday!

Hello everyone, here's what's on the menu for this week.

If you want to join in with your own menu or take a look at all the other ladies participating, head over to Laura's blog "I'm an Organizing Junkie".




Monday 25th
Breakfast: Applesauce Puffs, Orange Juice
Lunch: Tuna Pita Pockets
Dinner: Steaks with Pepper Sauce and Rice



Tuesday 26th
Breakfast: French Toast, Milk
Lunch: Grilled Cheese and Tomato
Dinner: Seafood Subs (carried over from last week)

http://nhtogo.com/celebrity/images/celebrity_img/seafood_sandwich.jpg

Wednesday 27th
Breakfast: Bacon and Eggs, Toast, Juice
Lunch: Soup, Yogurt
Dinner: Roast Chicken and Potatoes



Thursday 28th
Breakfast: Pancakes, Apple Juice
Lunch: Lean Cuisine Chicken Panini
Dinner: Meatloaf w/mashed potatoes

http://www.sacmag.com/core/includes/phpThumb/phpThumb.php?src=/media/Sacramento-Magazine/October-2007/Make-It-Best-Meatloaf/meatloaf.jpg&w=547

Friday 29th
Breakfast: Breakfast Delights
Lunch: Salad
Dinner: Chicken Cordon Bleu w/ salad

http://www.holyshitake.com/images/cordonbleu/inside.jpg

Saturday 30th
Breakfast: Cinnamon Roll Toast (Recipe below)
Lunch: BBQ - Burgers, Hotdogs, Potato Salad...Jelly Roll for dessert
Dinner: BBQ leftovers

http://www.cookingbytheseatofmypants.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/barbecue-4x-pxl_smartscale.jpg

Sunday 31st
Breakfast: Biscuits and Gravy, Sausage, Eggs, Toast
Lunch: Late Breakfast
Dinner: Poor Man's Steak



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*Cinnamon Roll Toast* - Courtesy of: A Year From Oak Cottage
Serves 1

These are the basic ingredients for one serving, but as you will see, it is very easily multiplied to serve as many as you wish. Never has something so simple tasted sooo good! You won't believe it, but . . . this tastes just like a warm cinnamon roll! Whenever we have a child to stay here overnight this is what I make them for breakfast and they love it and of course, I sometimes use it to feed the child in me!

2 slices bread (white, wheat, or my personal favourite . . . raisin)
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon butter, softened
1/2 cup icing sugar, sifted
1/2 tablespoon water
few drops of vanilla extract

Mix together the cinnamon and the butter until well combined. Use this mixture to butter your slices of bread on both sides. Heat a large sized skillet over medium high heat and then add your slices of bread. Toast well on both sides. Remove from the skillet and keep warm while you make the frosting.

Whisk together the icing sugar, water and vanilla to make a soft drizzable icing. Drizzle it haphazardly over the top of your warm cinnamon toast. Dig in and enjoy!!!

20 comments:

~TAMY 3 Sides of Crazy~ said...

Looks like another yummy week at your house!

Renee said...

Yummy!!

Martine said...

A great week, I definately want to make the cinnamon roll toast. It looks delicious and I am sure the children will love it.

Kristi said...

You are just awesome! Great menu...great photos...way to go! Blessings to you.

forgetfulone said...

MMMM. Yummy pictures! Chicken cordon bleu sounds delicious. Thanks for stopping by.

Michelle said...

I agree with Kristi about how awesome you are with your lovely pictures.It all sounds delicious Sandra..I'll have all the recipes up later Have a wonderful week. hugs

Leeann said...

Your menu presentation on your blog is just beautiful! I love the header picture as well.

I bookmarked the chicken cordon bleu and the cinnamon roll toast to try at a later date.

Thanks!

Leeann
niccofive.blogspot.com

Kelly said...

Thanks for comment on my blog. Your menu looks great!!

Laurie said...

Your whole menu sounds so good! I have to try your Steaks with Pepper Sauce and the Cordon Bleu and the Cinnamon Roll Toast....yum!!

gail@more than a song said...

Oooh, that cinnamon roll toast looks good!

Extraordinary Ordinary Life said...

I really like the way you do your menu. Those pictures make me really hungry! I will have to try the applesauce puffs.

Brooke said...

Those applesauce puffs look amazing. Great menu.

Kim said...

Thanks for visiting! Your menu looks yummo too. Especially those applesauce puffs--I just may have to make us some of those.
*smiles*
Kim

beth said...

That toast looks yummy- what a fun breakfast treat!

A happy heart at home said...

Oh, that cinnamon roll toast! That must be absolutely delicious! I am going to make that.

~Susan

The Stepford Wife said...

Better leave an extra setting... You might have a visit this week from me. :) Especially tempting considering my liquid diet this week. LOL!

Barbara said...

How did you get those breaded so perfectly? You need to share your secrets! :)

$5 Dinner Mom said...

Thanks for the welcome to MPM! I am salivating looking at your menu...I wasn't hungry, but all of a sudden I am craving applesauce puffs!

Jenn said...

OOOH that pepper sauce was so YUMMY over our cube steaks. We also had quartered roasted potatoes with it, and the sauce was great with that, too! =)

Jenn said...

OOOH that pepper sauce was so YUMMY over our cube steaks. We also had quartered roasted potatoes with it, and the sauce was great with that, too! =)