Another week, another menu! I'm trying to use what is in my stockpile to keep costs down. I have a ton of Ragu, so I think I'll use that in a few meals.
Sunday: *Bake granola bars
Monday: *(B) Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal using fresh pumpkin puree (my whole family LOVES this recipe!)
*(D) Spaghetti with meat sauce, asperagus, garlic bread
*Bake Pumpkin Scones
Tuesday: *(B) Pumpkin Scones
*(D) Chicken Stir Fry
Wednesday: *(B) Oatmeal or cereal
*(D) Lasagna (make a double batch and freeze one for later)
*Bake pumpkin bread muffins
Thursday: *(B) Pumpkin Scones
*We eat dinner at youth group on Thursdays
Friday : * (B) This is Nevada Day, so there is no school (and no work for me!) Maybe we'll do some homemade biscuits and eggs
*(D) Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup (thinking I will modify this recipe a bit)
We eat a lot of oatmeal in our house. I buy organic rolled oats at winco for less that $1 a pound. We add a little brown sugar and then things like dried cranberries, bananas, strawberries, or blueberries. It's cheap and tastes way better than store bought packets (healthier too!). Baked oatmeals usually have a bit more sugar in them, so we eat it as a special treat for breakfast. You can eat it plain or with a bit of milk poured over it (any milk variation is good...we drink almond milk at our house, so we use that).
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