Menu Plan Monday #232

Menu Plan Monday

Start the week off right by planning your family’s dinner menu for the entire week! My meal plans have six dinners and one dessert idea that are family-friendly and easy recipes!

Menu Plan Monday #232Good morning, my friends and welcome to Menu Plan Monday #232. Well it is back to reality for my family and I today. Last week our kids were out of school for spring break and my hubby took the week off work, so we had ourselves a little fun. A long with some work I needed to get done, we did have some fun!

My kiddos had sleepovers with their friends, we saw the movie A Wrinkle in Time, and Kale and I went on an overnighter to one of our favorite little spots. If you follow my Instagram account I’m sure you saw my stories of the yummy food we had in Springdale. Springdale is the little town right before the entrance to Zion national park. If you ever have a chance to go I highly suggest it. It’s a quiet but fun little place that has incredible restaurants, gorgeous views of Zion, and it’s peaceful and quiet. That’s why we love it so much.

This week’s menu is ready for your viewing pleasure. It’s going to be another yummy week! I also have two brand new recipes I’ll be sharing this week as well, so stop back by! Holly xoxo

MONDAY

SLOW COOKER BROCCOLI CHEESE SOUP 

slow cooker broccoli cheese soup

TUESDAY

CHICKEN AND STUFFING BAKE

WEDNESDAY

CHICKEN STRAWBERRY PASTA SALAD

THURSDAY

BARBECUE CUPS

FRIDAY

TACO FRENCH BREAD PIZZA

SATURDAY

~KITCHEN’S CLOSED~

SUNDAY

BISCUITS AND GRAVY CASSEROLE

DESSERT: 

CARROT SHEET CAKE

 


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  1. Enjoyed your article on Zion. My wife and I visited the park around May 20, and we”re, if course struck by its beauty. However, I got the impression, reinforced by your article, that Zion is best suited for hikers rather than more casual visitors like us. Although we are in our early 70s, we are healthy and vigorous, but I am afraid of heights. This ruled out just about everything going but the River Walk.my question: Do you think it is prudent for NPS to advise/warn folks that many of the hikes there are scary for many and require lots of energy? Thanks for a great article. Loved Arches and Bryce!

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