"The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy;

I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly."

John 10:10

Saturday, February 1, 2014

February 1, 2014

To start the new month off on the right foot, I completed some major food planning, shopping, and prepping today.  I went to Sam's Club and Target to buy groceries for the month.  Yee haw!  I'm allowing money in the budget for weekly milk, produce, and eggs.  But other than that we should be set.  In addition, I put together a few freezer meals and hope to get more in the freezer tomorrow.

Here is what's on the menu for the month:
Italian roast beef sandwiches
smoked chicken
barbeque beef cups
chicken quesadillas
hamburger gravy over toast
grilled hamburgers
rice and beans
ravioli lasagna
Italian veggie soup
hamburger potato pea mix
sassy ham sandwiches
Trader Joe's chinese
beef stew
chicken noodle soup
poppy seed chicken
super bowl food:  chili cheese dip with chips, vegetable crescent pizza, apples with cream cheese/brown sugar dip

And in the freezer (banking on the hope that the Sunday post church couch doesn't call my name, and that Madeline will want to help):
loaded cauliflower and chicken casserole
slow cooker orange chicken
chicken mexican casserole
blueberry breakfast grilled cheese
beef enchiladas
elegant chicken
french toast casserole
cheddar broccoli soup
white chicken chili
chicken tetrazzini
pizza crusts
whole wheat apple muffins
chocolate oat bars
pasta bake


Marissa said...

Wow! You go girl!!

Abby said...

That all sounds so yummy! What is the French Toast Casserole???

Erica said...

French toast casserole is easy! Bread pieces broken up (a french bread or homemade bread is really good), covered with evaporated milk, brown sugar, eggs, cinnamon and vanilla. Then sprinkle some blueberries over the top and freeze. To bake, thaw overnight then throw in the oven in the morning.