This I recall to my mind, therefore have I hope. It is of the Lord’s mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every moring: great is thy faithfulness. The Lord is my portion saith my soul: therefore will I hope in him. The Lord is good unto them that wait for Him, to the soul that seeketh him. It is good that a man should both hope and quietly wait for the salvation of the LORD. Lamentations 3: 21-26

Monday, March 12, 2007

Menu Plan Monday


Once again I am joining the creative and organized ladies at Laura’s I’m an Organizing Junkie (shhhhhhh…don’t tell them what a messie I am!) and trying to start the week off on a planned route. There may be a few detours, but at least we will have a map.

The menu this week consists of:

Monday— pizza sandwiches & salad
Tuesday— spaghetti
Wednesday— breakfast for dinner
Thursday—cardboard pizza deluxe (add our own ingredients)
Friday—tacos

Ballet is on spring break this week so we have nowhere to go and there for it doesn’t matter how long preparation takes, although most of the meals are pretty easy, 'coz I'm kind of lazy organized that way.

Pizza sandwiches are a French loaf cut in half filled with Italian turkey sausage and turkey pepperoni & mozzarella cheese. Marinara is on the side for dipping.

Breakfast for dinner this week will include either biscuits and gravy or pumpkin pancakes, I haven’t decided.

Cardboard pizza is frozen pizza (we use Red Barron 4 cheese) and then we doctor it up. Still cheaper than delivery and we can pick the toppings.

For more and more creative menu’s go visiting Menu Plan Monday at Laura’s.

Happy Dining!

7 comments:

annie said...

Love your cardboard pizza deluxe! I have fallen back on Little ceasers $5 pizzas often... can't beat the price either.
Have a great week.
blessings~
Annie

JennaG said...

I have never thought of doctoring up a frozen pizza. We love the DiG*iorno thin and crispy kind. Sometimes, we buy those for Sunday nights after church. Hope you have a nice week!

Jenifer said...

I love going to the local pizzeria and buying some of the fresh dough that make. Then we make our pizza, bread sticks or deserts with it. The dough is great because it's wheat flour with honey in it. It doesn't take much more time to put the pizza together than adding stuff to a frozen one.

org junkie said...

Hey you've got your menu planned so you are well on your way to an organized week!
Take care,
Laura

Rona's Home Page said...

My husband likes to add ingredients to boxed pizzas too.

gail said...

Good idea on doctoring up a frozen pizza! Have a great week.
Thanks for stopping by.

debi said...

Mmmm...pumpkin pancakes...sounds yummy!