Posted in Flagyl on June 7, 2015

**  After a link weeks’ hiatus, we are back home and the menus are planned once more!**

Sunday:  Pepperoni & Cheese Crescent Roll Ups by Fruit & Chips

We had arrived home at the eleventh hour the night before and didn’t be obliged many groceries on hand, so I made our dinner by what we had.  Pepperoni, mozzarella cheese sticks, and increasing rolls made a dinner everyone was bright with!  I brush the tops of the rolled up turkish standard rolls with garlic butter before baking them to compose them extra tasty.

Monday:  Memorial Day:  Hot Dogs, Fruit, & Chips

Tuesday:  Steaks, Sautéed Mushrooms, Sliced Tomatoes by Balsamic Vinegar

Chad was wanting to gridiron, and I was also happy through that plan.  J 

Wednesday:  Chicken Parmesan Casserole by Roasted Broccoli

Chicken Parmesan Casserole

I’m not never-failing what made me remember this recipe from Emily Bites…I haven’t made it in a actually long time!  But, I’m in the way that happy I thought of it anew!  Originally, my plan with the kids this daytime was to go buy a not many groceries, but we ended up having merriment instead, so I didn’t purchase ingredients specifically for this dish.  But, I was expert to make it happen thanks to some freezer help!  I had frozen chicken thighs that I thawed at a loss.  I also had a frozen pouch of homemade, crock pot marinara sauce from a month or two gone.  I broke the sauce in moiety because I didn’t need total of it.  So, half of the reticule went right back into the freezer on account of another meal!

I also didn’t receive any croutons on hand, but I did get some whole wheat mini hamburger buns in the freezer from a collation before our beach trip.  I pulled those gone ~, went to the ever-reliable Pinterest, and made my hold croutons using a combination of this receipt and this recipe!  

I baked ruin at 300 degrees for 20 minutes, animating them around half way through.  They were in like manner, so delish!!  I could bear only eaten croutons and been thoroughly happy.  J  I will try to remember this while we have some bread that is a contemptible older before I just throw it away.  These were so, so yummy!  And the dinner was besides amazing (I only made a moiety recipe).  I forgot to take a print before we ate, but you can see what it looked like in the rear of.  I’d call that a prosperity.

Thursday:  Cheeseburger Quesadillas with Sweet Potato Fries & Fruit

Cheeseburger Quesadillas

This is basically a cute denominate for a quesadilla made with land beef and cheddar cheese.  Ha!  I bought more half corn, half flour tortillas that our line of ancestors really enjoys and then just made more ground beef.  I seasoned the beef with salt, pepper, garlic powder, minced onion, and a mean season salt, and that’s every part of!  I only used half the country beef for this meal, and I saved the other moiety for Friday’s meal.  I served our quesadillas by sweet potato fries (store-bought this time surrounding) and fruit, and everyone made a bright plate!  I should have taken a paint of the kids’ plates, as every one one likes to have a not the same dipping condiment.

Friday:  Pizza & Movie Night!

We were completely really excited to be home and esteem our family pizza and movie adversity again.  I bought some yummy, preservative free pizza crusts from Sprouts (utility for a day when I didn’t consider time to make my own), and we topped them with all of our favorites.  For the kids, pizza relish, pepperoni, ground beef (the other moiety I prepared the night before), and mozzarella cheese.  

For the adults, pizza sauce, pesto, pepperoni, ground beef, fresh tomatoes, novel spinach, fresh basil, and mozzarella cheese.  

My mom came too also, and between the six of us, we thorough-bred off almost every bite! J

Saturday:  Grilled Sausage, Caesar Salad, Fruit, & Chips

This meal needs no explanation.  We had more family over, and this menu made everyone blest!

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