Saturday, July 31, 2010

August 2010 Menu Plan

I was reminded by a fellow blogger that today was the last day of the month, and that meant it was time for a new menu plan. I hadn't even started mine for August yet! I am making a lot of the same things from last month, just as I do each month, with a good amount of new recipes to try out. I've also added a couple more grilling dishes than I usually do. I did do a lot of baking last month, but I didn't get around to replenishing my cinnamon rolls, so I will try again this month. You'll probably see some of the same things I keep planning on trying, but because they require overnight marinating, I always forget! Maybe I'll be better this month, we shall see.  I've also decided to add a Linky to the end of the post. If you make a menu plan, link up! Just click on the link, enter the title of your blog and then the link to the post with the menu plan. Don't do it to your homepage, just to your menu plan post. Happy cooking!!

August 2010 Menu Plan

Mexican Lasagna with homemade tortillas and salad

Pizza Rolls
Spicy Shrimp Quesadillas, homemade guacamole, and homemade tortillas
Chicken Spaghetti

BBQ Pork Roast, Corn Bread, and cole slaw
Homemade Pizza, salad

Baked Dijon Salmon, yellow squash/zucchini

Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya, navy beans with whole wheat french bread
Spicy Oven Fried Chicken, green beans, and potato wedges
Orange Chicken, easy fried rice, and broccoli

Grilled Teriyaki Chicken, corn on the cob, and easy fried rice
Grilled Chicken with lemon pasta and fresh veggies

Chicken Parmesan, pasta, fresh salad, garlic bread
Lemon and Garlic Grilled Chicken, veggies, and stuffed potatoes

PWs Chicken Pot Pie
Greek Chicken and Pasta with a salad

Extra Treats:
Cinnamon Rolls
Whole Wheat French Bread
Yeast Rolls
Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread
Chocolate Chip Muffins
Blueberry Muffins
Peach Cobbler

Link up!

This post has been linked to Mommy's Kitchen and I'm an Organizing Junkie.


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Chickpeas are really very bland. They just act as a filler in the couscous cakes. I highly recommend you give them a try.


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