Monday, September 01, 2008

Menu Plan Monday!

This week most of my recipes are coming from Marie at A Year From Oak Cottage. She has got the best recipes ever, I can't wait to try.

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 1st
Breakfast: Bacon, Maple Sausage, Biscuits and Gravy
Lunch: Tuna Pita Pockets
Dinner: Corned Beef Hash

Image: A Year From Oak Cottage

Tuesday 2nd
Breakfast: Strawberry Muffins, Milk
Lunch: Tuna Pockets
Dinner: Easy Cheesy Topped Burgers

Image: A Year From Oak Cottage

Wednesday 3rd
Breakfast: Cinnamon Roll Toast, Juice
Lunch: Sandwich, Veggies
Dinner: Boneless Buffalo Wings

Image: A Year From Oak Cottage

Thursday 4th
Breakfast: Pancakes, Apple Juice
Lunch: Soup, Yogurt
Dinner: Lemon and Oregano Pork Chops

Image: A Year From Oak Cottage

Friday 5th
Breakfast: Biscuit Donuts
Lunch: Salad
Dinner: Homemade Pizza


Saturday 6th
Breakfast: Pumpkin Pancakes
Lunch: Coney Island Dogs
Dinner: Slow Cooker Snappy Meatball Heroes

Sunday 7th
Breakfast: Cereal
Lunch: Tacos
Dinner: Heavenly Hot Ham Buns

Image: A Year From Oak Cottage


  1. I have to go check out her recipes - these sound really yummy!

  2. Oh the slow cooker meal sounds so yummy..I hope that you liked your corned beef hash tonight.Have a great week :)

  3. The pictures make it all look so delicious!

  4. Your menu plan sounds delicious! BTW - my whole family and I LOVED the roasted fish and potatoes. Have a great week.

  5. Those meatball subs look so good! As does your seafood sandwich in a post below, yum.

  6. Wow, that all looks delicious! Are the recipes for the heavenly ham buns posted anywhere? That looks like something my husband would adore :) He'd love to come for burgers and wings - we eat a lot of that kind of food this time of year (football season!). We call it "game day" food :)

    Have a wonderful week, Sandra!

  7. That all looks so delicious! I need to branch out a bit and find some new comfort foods for this winter... those pork chops and burgers look like they'll do nicely :)