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Saturday, August 31, 2013

September's Meal Plan for the Month

   I have worked out a meal schedule for the month of September.  I have created my grocery list and to feed our family, the cost of the groceries will be right at $300.  People have asked for my list so I am sharing it with you.
      If a breakfast is not listed for a particular day than that days breakfast will consist of eggs (we have our own chickens), instant oatmeal or cereal.  For lunches, we serve left overs or sandwiches.  We drink milk, tea, coffee or water with our meals.  I spend $300 a month on groceries to feed our family.  Yes, we repeat a lot of meals but we like them and we do not mind. 

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September 1st:  Doing a breakfast for supper meal and having Biscuits and Gravy and sausage patties.
September 2nd:  Pancakes for breakfast; Refried bean & Rice Burritos with beans and rice on the side for supper.
September 3rd:  Garlic & Soy Chicken quarters and veggies for supper.  Chocolate chip & oatmeal cookies as a snack.
September 4th:  Pancakes for breakfast; Beans & cornbread for supper.
September 5th:  Homemade pizzas for supper.  Homemade Reeses for a snack.
September 6th:  Biscuits and chocolate gravy for breakfast.  Refried bean & Rice Burritos with beans and rice on the side for supper.
September 7th:   Chicken pot pie for supper.  Pound cake for dessert.
September 8th:  Pancakes for breakfast.  Doing a breakfast for supper meal and having Biscuits and Gravy and sausage patties.
September 9th:    Refried bean & Rice Burritos with beans and rice on the side for supper.  Chocolate chip & oatmeal cookies as a snack.
September 10th:  Garlic & Soy Chicken quarters and veggies for supper.
September 11th:  French Toast Casserole for breakfast.  Beans & cornbread for supper.
September 12th.   Homemade pizzas for supper.  Homemade Reeses for a snack.
September 13th:   Biscuits and chocolate gravy for breakfast. Refried bean & Rice Burritos with beans and rice on the side for supper.
September 14th:  Sausage & Radiatore soup with homemade bread for supper.
September 15th:  Beans & cornbread for supper.
September 16th:  Doing a breakfast for supper meal and having Biscuits and Gravy and sausage patties. Chocolate chip & oatmeal cookies as a snack.
September 17th:  Pancakes for breakfast.  Hamburger slop for supper (hamburger, tomatoes, beans and rice combined).
September 18th:  Biscuits and chocolate gravy for breakfast. Refried bean & Rice Burritos with beans and rice on the side for supper.
September 19th:  Chicken and dumplings for supper.  Homemade Reeses for a snack.
September 20th:  Tuna noodle casserole for supper.  Pound cake for dessert.
September 21st:  Mini Frittatas for breakfast.  Roast, potatoes and carrots for supper.
September 22nd:  Chicken and Dumplings for supper.
September 23rd:  Pancakes for breakfast.  Refried bean & Rice Burritos with beans and rice on the side for supper.
September 24th:  Barbecue chicken quarters and veggies for supper.  Chocolate chip & oatmeal cookies for a snack.
September 25th:  Beans & cornbread for supper.
September 26th:  Biscuits and chocolate gravy for breakfastHomemade pizzas for supper.
September 27th:  Doing a breakfast for supper meal and having Biscuits and Gravy and sausage patties. Homemade Reeses as a snack.
September 28th:  Pancakes for breakfast.  Jambalaya for supper.
September 29th:  Hamburger slop for supper. 
September 30th:  Tuna Noodle Casserole for supper.


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4 comments:

  1. Notice you have Beans and Cornbread frequently for your supper meal. What kind of beans are these (green, baked navy etc.?) and how do you prepare them?

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  2. Thanks for all the great menu ideas!
    Stopping by from Inspire Me Monday @ Create with Joy!

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  3. Wow...you have done some amazing planning for the month. Just curious, how long does it take you to plan this far out? I've done that some but it always seems to take me for-ev-er. ;)

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  4. Wow! I am so impressed with that kind of planning! Thanks for linking up with "Try a New Recipe Tuesday!" I hope you will be able to link up again this week. http://our4kiddos.blogspot.com/2013/09/try-new-recipe-tuesday-september-10.html

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