Weekly Meal Plan 63

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How is meal planning going? Are you struggling in areas? Please share your successes, struggles and tips in the comments. I would love to help in any way I can and I would love to learn new tips from you!

Crockpot Lemon Chicken– one of my Facebook readers shared this recipe with me- it has cream in it! Yum. I will let you guys know how it turns out and share the recipe soon.

Asian Salmon– this is meant to be cooked on the grill, but it is still cold (and rainy)  here in Texas. I think I will pop it in the oven instead (in the foil packets). I’ll serve it with steamed rice and steamed California veggies.

Homemade Pizza– dinners like this really are quick and easy and a great way to let the kids help make dinner. I will make one Spicy Garlic Chicken Pizza and let the kids make their own pizza- likely pepperoni and cheese. They really enjoy nights like this.

Crockpot Sticky Chicken– this is really yummy and really easy! Served with salad, dinner rolls and steamed veggies.

30 Clove Garlic Crockpot Chicken– served with mashed potatoes, salad and dinner rolls.

Leftover Buffet– use ’em up!

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  1. I've always wanted to try one of those recipes with chicken and tons of garlic! Sounds yummy.

  2. Sarah Jane says:

    What is the Homemade Gourmet Sunday Roast Seasoning, on the Sticky Chicken recipe?

  3. SnoWhite- so yummy! You should try it.

    Sarah Jane- Homemade Gourmet sells seasonings and such with dinner ideas. You can easily replace the Grandmother's Sunday Roast with any pot roast seasoning packet from your local grocery store.

    Thanks for stopping by guys!

  4. crockpot queen this week! it all looks good. one tip I have….keep easy backups..eggs, cereal, toast. And to not beat myself up if I don't make my menu plan.

  5. Texan Mama @ Who Put Me In Charge says:

    I'm having trouble keeping up with it all and frankly, I just don't enjoy it. If I stick to my meal planning, then my laundry gets neglected. If I am on top of my laundry, then my kids get neglected. If I spend plenty of time with my kids, then the housecleaning gets neglected. Etc. Etc.

    I know, meal planning should make my life easier, but the first week I did it, my kids balked at the homemade meals and only liked the spaghetti I made with canned sauce.

    I'm still trying. I know there is an adjustment period that I have to accept!

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