Sunday, May 3, 2009

Meals This Week


This week does not slow down at all! Even though we are eliminating some baseball practices now that the season has started. But I guess everything else kicks in then. We have a Spring Concert this week. Hubby will be doing some training this week. Plus a few other things that just seem to fill up our time fast!

I hope you come back this week, on Monday we are starting to Spring Clean our "Outdoor Area", this area is where we hang out and relax, grill, eat food, entertain... This will be our last week for Spring Cleaning! I have got a lot accomplished! On Tuesday, we will be doing another segment of "Homemade", where I will be making something by hand, and showing you how I did it. Wednesday will be "In His Word Wednesday", hosted by Daily Essentials and Deals. Thursday I will be sharing a favorite recipe, and Maybe participating in "Things I Love Thursday". Friday, we will check on the progress we all made this week on our "Outdoor Area" Spring Cleaning. And Saturday will be our second segment of "Weekend Inspiration". Be sure to check those out! I will also show you my groceries this week (Tuesday or Wednesday), and much more!

We will also be hosting some more giveaways SOON! So keep checking back! I am very excited about what is coming up!

Onto the meals!

Monday- Cheeseburger Pie (this includes hamburger, cheese, and veggies)($3.50)

Tuesday- Spaghetti and Garlic Bread ($2.) (Includes enough hamburger to make boys happy)

Wednesday- Breakfast for Dinner ($1.50) (Meatless Meal!)

Thursday- Tuna Noodle Casserole ($2.00)

Friday- Tacos ($4.) Made with Homemade Tortillas!

Saturday- Salmon Patties, Salad, Mixed veggies ($3.)

Sunday- Happy Mother's Day! (Meals with Family)

Notice, I included the approximate cost of each meal for our family of 6.

I hope you all have a great week, and hope to see you back soon!

3 comments:

AudreyO said...

Wow...I love your meals. Very seldom do I find all meals I would eat and I'd eat every one of yours :) I like hard shell tacos :)

Your Frugal Friend, Niki said...

It all sound so good, especially the tuna noodle casserole!

Mmmm!!!

:)

Hopewell said...

Wow! We had to give up salmon patties--the canned salmon is $2 a can in this area and with my son at age 14 eating me out of house and home he needed his own can!!! Nice menus and your blog has lots of good stuff to come back and explore.