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Weekly Menu Plan #4

Wow! I don't know about you, but this week has flown by for me! Can't believe it's Sunday again! 

Here's your meal plan for the week: 

Monday: Pork Chops with Apples: This is a really simple dish from Betty Crocker. You know you have to try it!

Tuesday: Melt in Your Mouth Baked Chicken:  This is a popular pin on Pinterest that I had to try out for myself! See if you like it!

Wednesday: Got leftover chicken from last night? How about make some chicken quesadillas with corn tortillas? Or make some of your own with Chebe mix!  Always a huge hit with the fam! 

Thursday: French Toast: I LOVE breakfast for dinner. Pair this with some fruit and eggs. 

Friday: Italian Spaghetti: I absolutely love this recipe. While you don't have to simmer the sauce and meat for two hours, it's totally worth it if you can. The taste is amazing! 

Saturday: Slow Cooker Apple Cranberry Pork Roast : This is a family favorite. I'm sure yours will love it too. 

Sunday: Leftovers

Side Dishes: Corn Fritter Muffins: Have a lot of corn from your garden that you don't know what to do with it? Use some of it to make these muffins! 

Mini Mac and Cheese Cups: These are great finger foods for the little ones to enjoy! (But big kids like them too!) 

Desserts: Apple Crisp: Keeping with the Betty Crocker and apple theme....

Summer Blueberry Salad: Perfect dish for summer! 

Hosting a party for the 4th? Are you needing to bring a dish that you know is safe to a party this weekend? I've put together two groups of perfect 4th of July gluten free recipes just for you! 


  1. All of these recipes sound delicious! Especially the Summer Blueberry Salad!

  2. i need to work more on recipe/meal planning for the week. it would keep me so much healthier and keep me from wasting so much food.


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