Monday, September 19, 2011

Weekly Menu Welcomes First Day of Fall with special menu plan

The Yellow Farmhouse Weekly Menu Plan
for September 19th-25th    

Notes:  Still continuing to harvest green beans and tomatoes from the garden. We’re planning a fun camping menu for a family camping trip plus a very special foodie welcome to the First Day of Fall.
In the Garden: tomatoes, green beans and more tomatoes
From the farmers market: peppers, nectarines, squash

Breakfast:  Homemade oatmeal with blueberries, toast
Lunch:   Diner Dinner
Dinner:   Crockpot sausage and egg casserole, sliced tomatoes
Breakfast:   egg casserole, toast and jam
Lunch:   bologna burgers, chips-n-dip
Dinner:   Sloppy pizza burgers, chips, pickle spears
Wednesday A Day to Celebrate Fall
Breakfast: Overnight pumpkin French Toast, fruit
Lunch: quesadillas
Dinner:  Mr. Steady’s Chili, Mama’s cornbread
Breakfast: Pumpkin French Toast
Lunch:   Diner Dinner
Dinner:   Walking Tacos
Friday  First Day of Fall- Homeschool Group
Breakfast:  Cereal with fruit
Lunch:  Chili Tacos (diner dinner)
Dinner:   Sour Cream Blueberry Pancakes, sausages, fresh fruit
Breakfast: Pancakes (leftover)
Lunch: Leftover Smorgasbord
Dinner:  Goolash
Sunday Camping
Breakfast: Coco Wheats w/dried cherries, toast
Lunch:   Sandwich wraps on the road
Dinner:  Hobo dinners, smores
Beverages for the week:
Milk, Water, lemonade, tea, coffee, hot cocoa
Snacks for the week:
Cookies, fresh fruit, homemade yogurt, pretzel sticks and hummus, homemade bread and butter, popcorn
Desserts this week:
 Ice cream sundaes, smores, fair food
Past menu plans: click here. Other's menu plans: click here
Linking to Menu Plan Monday at I'm an Organizing Junkie


    Hi Amy, I tried something today that everyone in my family loved, and even though I don't really know you I think you may like it.
    I made steel cut oats overnight in the crockpot. The link above tells you how to do it. My husband loved it, and my 16 year old ate a big bowl. The steel cut oats were cooked perfectly, creamy and delicious.
    I am going to get an inexpensive basket with a plastic liner at WalMart and fill it with assorted dried fruit, brown sugar, cinnamon, and nuts and make this every night.
    My husband needs to get his cholesterol down, and this will help a lot. I have found the lowest prices on steel cut oats at Super Walmart (Quaker) and Trader Joe's.
    Lynne in MD

  2. This is a wonderful recipe! Thank you for the link! Great idea about the basket filled with oatmeal toppings. Thanks for sharing Lynne!



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