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Monday, March 7, 2011

Menu Plan: March 7th

This week includes my meatless meals for Ash Wednesday and Friday... those will get some meat added to them for my husband and son.   WW Points Plus are noted when I know them. All of these recipes are new to us this week!
  • MONDAY: foil pack taco chicken (8pts+), tossed salad with fat-free vinaigrette (0pts+)
  • TUESDAY: Fat Tuesday!  Sharon's oatmeal pancakes (2pts+ each) and turkey sausage (4pts+)
  • WEDNESDAY:  egg, cheese, and veggie breakfast burritos with salsa (pts+ will vary per person) 
  • THURSDAY:  broccoli & sausage crustless quiche (5pts+), toast (1pt+), fresh fruit (0)
  • FRIDAY:  grilled cheese (5pts+), tomato basil soup (2pts+) 
  • SATURDAY:  homemade pizza & tossed salad   *This past Saturday I was running ragged and considered picking up a deli roasted chicken for supper while we were getting groceries.  My 7 year-old daughter was horrified... "But Mom, it's Saturday, you always make homemade pizza!"   LOL.  We compromised by buying a clearance deli pizza at the grocery store for $5.  ;)
Edited to add:  After looking over this post my husband has informed me that going seven days without any "dead cow" is too long for him...LOL!  (In truth, I did wonder if it was a little too breakfast-heavy for him when I was writing it up.)    Therefore, I will add in his requested hamburgers and/or steaks to switch out some of the planned meals this week.  ;)

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  1. I understand the need for dead cow! lol
    I hope you like the oatmeal pancakes. :) I wonder how pancakes became such a Lenten kick-off meal...

    Thanks for the points. I may return to WW this Saturday, and I'll be learning the new program. Your menu will help!

  2. Sounds like a good variety! We'd have a hard time going meatless.

    Happy blogoversary :)


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