We went out for waffles this morning but not much else planned yet.
This week’s menu plan is ready and extra delicious! We have one of my favorite soups (seriously, you have to make it!), a quick stir fry, skillet bread, a quick and easy pasta, and the ultimate comfort food, shepherd’s pie! Plus, a sweet and salty treat, coffee cake, and energy bites!
Have a fabulous weekend!
Make sure you print your grocery list before you head to the store!
Have you made a resolution to eat healthier in the new year? I kind of have…? The holidays are just full of bad foods so it’s the right time to get back to healthier eating but, I don’t really have a game plan going into it. Just going to try to eat more salads and less junk. Sounds easy enough, right?
If you have also decided to try to eat a little healthier next month, I have an awesome list of healthy recipes for you to try. There are over 25 healthy dinner ideas, snacks, smoothies, breakfasts – everything to get you started eating a little bit better.
I hope you have a safe and happy new year! Have a delicious glass of champagne, eat one last bad meal, and I’ll see you next year!
Man, we got SO MUCH RAIN yesterday. Hopefully it’s all done so we go trick-or-treating tonight!
This week’s family menu plan looks delicious as always. We have a couple warm and cozy soup recipes, two slow cooker meals, and pasta with squash sauce! My fave! Plus, coffee cake (cake for breakfast! woohoo!) and brownies!
I hope you have a fun Halloween and if you’ve already done your trick-or-treating, I hope you enjoy all the candy you can steal from your kids!
For more weekly family menu plans, check out the archives!
What do you think about when you think comforts from home? Something yummy? Chocolate cake? Maybe something your mom made growing up? Or maybe a specific recipe that you make every time you’re feeling a little under the weather?
Any kind of casserole made with rice is my go-to comfort item. I hardly ever eat rice, unless I need something comforting. And it has to have a yummy sauce and be covered in melty cheese! I also go for regular (non diet!) soda, on lots of ice, from a fountain. Weird, right?
This fall Marie Callender’s is relaunching their Comforts From Home Project which aims to bring a little home sweet home to our US military serving around the world. To participate, share a photo on Food Network’s Facebook page, HGTV’s Facebook page, or Travel Channel’s Facebook page of what home means to you! Make sure you tag the Marie Callender’s Facebook page and use hashtag #ComfortsfromHome. Scripps Network will donate $1 for each photo received, up to $10,000! Submitted photos may be featured on Kitchen Crashers on DIY Network and HGTV (airing 11/9 and 11/14), Hello/Goodbye on Travel Channel (airing 11/10), and Guy’s Grocery Games on Food Network and Cooking Channel (airing 12/14 and 12/19). Marie’s has also teamed up with the USO to support USO Operation Celebration™, a program that helps our troops celebrate holidays all year long. Super simple to participate in this one too! Each time you enter a code from specially marked meals and desserts, Marie’s will make a donation to the USO in support of USO Operation Celebration™. You can visit Comforts from Home for all the specifics.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Marie Callender’s. The opinions and text are all mine.