Menu Plan Monday: April 18-24, 2011

April 18, 2011

Comments on last week’s menu: The Spinach and Ricotta Dumplings (Gnudi) were a complete disaster. The dumplings never got firm, and I ended up throwing it all out.   The Chocolate Cream Cheese Peanut Butter Bars were very good, but the peanut butter flavor was a little too overpowering for me.    So, two new recipes last week, and I didn’t like either one.  Here’s hoping this week will turn out a little better.

Monday — Caesar salad, garlic bread, and Chicken & Ravioli Carbonara.

Tuesday — The kids will gripe, but I’m trying a new recipe — Cheesy Biscuit Bean ‘n Beef Casserole.

Wednesday — quick meal before cell group.  Not fast food, though, because I am finding that more and more often, I feel sick when I eat fast food.  Sometimes just thinking about it makes me feel sick.  I’ll fix soup and Grands Ham & Cheese Melts.  For cell group dessert, I’ll make Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Eggs (no link for this one, but I’ll post the recipe if it turns out well).

Thursday — Weather permitting, we will be going to a baseball game this evening.  Dinner will be either ballpark fare or a restaurant meal beforehand.

Friday — We will eat dinner before attending the Good Friday service at church.  Fixing a Turkey & Cranberry Stuffed Crescent Braid.

Saturday — Dan and I are attending a special Passover dinner and celebration at a local church.

Sunday — Happy Easter!  We will be dining out, or snacking on leftovers.


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