Sunday, September 14, 2008

Menu Plan Monday September 15

Come on in and see what's on my menu for this week. I'll be posting the recipes as I make them during the week, so come on back for any that caught your eye :)

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 15th
Breakfast: Toast with Strawberry Jam, Juice
Lunch: Chicken Salad
Dinner: Creamy White Chili

Tuesday 16th
Breakfast: Raisin Bran Cereal, Cinnamon Coffee
Lunch: Grilled Cheese and Tomato
Dinner: Crockery French Dip

Wednesday 17th
Breakfast: Eggs in a Hole, Juice
Lunch: Chicken Soup
Dinner: Cheese Stuffed Meatloaf, Mash. Potatoes, green beans

Thursday 18th
Breakfast: Buttermilk Waffles, Apple Juice
Lunch: Cheese and Ham Sandwich, yogurt
Dinner: Crockpot Chicken Cacciatore

Friday 19th
Breakfast: Cinnamon Rolls
Lunch: Salad
Dinner: Pizzeria Pot Pie

Saturday 20th
Breakfast: Sausage Biscuits
Lunch: Cheesy Dogs
Dinner: Garlic Swiss Steak

Sunday 21st
Breakfast: Bacon, Eggs, Sausage
Lunch: Late breakfast no need for lunch
Dinner: Goblin Good Turkey Burgers

EDIT: Many of you have requested the recipe for the Pizzeria Pot Pie, so here it is :)



Pizza Crust Dough:

2 1/4 cups bread flour
3/4 cup water
1 tbsp oil
1 tbsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1 tbsp milk powder
1 tsp instant yeast


8 ozs mozzarella cheese
4 cups of simple tomato sauce(recipe is at bottom of page)
8 ozs button white mushroom
8 ozs ham or sausage


4 ovenproof cereal bowls


1. Mix all the ingredients for the pizza crust dough and knead until smooth and elastic. Oil the dough and leave in a covered bowl to proof until double.

2. While the dough is proofing, prepare the simple tomato sauce, cut or shredd the mozzarella cheese, clean mushrooms with a damp kitchen towel and cut ham or sausage into bite size.

3. Grease the cereal bowls and line with the mozzarella cheese, add in the mushrooms and ham/sausage and top with the simple tomato sauce.

4. When the pizza crust dough has doubled it's size, punch down and divide into 4 portions and make them into balls. Roll ball out to a size 1/2 inch to 1 inch bigger than the cereal bowl. Cover the bowl with the dough.

5. Repeat with the other 3 balls and leave to proof. In the mean time, preheat oven at 425 f.

6. Put in hot oven and bake for 15 - 20 minutes until dough is brown.
7. Remove from oven and flip pizza crust on to serving plate and remove the cereal bowl.


  1. Looks really good!

  2. I LOVE the pictures at the top of the page, such style! All three kitchens look like a dream!

    The Pizzeria Pot Pie looks wonderful and just sounds good... any chance you could share the recipe?

  3. I always stuff my meatloaf with cheese!! We call it Italian Meatloaf. My husband always requests it for birthdays or Father's Day. I'm making meatloaf this week but maybe I'll surprise him.

    You menu looks wonderful!!

  4. That was a super menu. That meatloaf looks really good. The pizzeria pot pie caught my attention too!

  5. Love the pictures! Sounds like a great week. Thanks for stopping by :)

  6. Your menu sounds soooo nummy! I love the way you presented your menu blog! YUM...

    Thanks for visiting my blog! I am going to check yours out more! :)

  7. Oh my goodness, I am now so hungry I just can't believe it. The menu is amazing and the pictures are even more amazing. Do you have the pizzeria pot pie recipe posted? Wow!

  8. I can't wait for all of the recipes!! Everything sounds so yummy.

  9. As always it looks like a super yummy week over here.

  10. Thanks for posting the Pizzeria Pot Pie recipe. It looks great. Might end up on next weekend's menu.

  11. Oh thanks for the pizzeria pot pie recipe :-) have a great week Sandra.

  12. You always have THE BEST menues!

  13. Your menu looks AMAZING, and with pictures. ::clicks favorites::


  14. Thanks for visiting my blog! Again, your pictures are fantastic and make it all so tempting.

  15. Your MPM post always makes me hungry!! :) Sounds delish!!

    Take care,


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