I am trying something new this time. I came up with 2 weeks worth of dinners and I am just going to pick each day from the list. That way there isn't a meal assigned to a specific day - it just seems that it wasn't working too well that way. So, here you go!
*Crockpot Brown Sugar Chicken
*Stroganoff (with tofu instead of ground meat) with Green Beans
*Nasty Nachos (with lentils instead of ground meat)
*Red Beans & Rice
*Tuna Casserole with Garlic Bread and a veggie
*Meatloaf (with real meat!) with Crash Hot Potatoes
*Tacos (with lentils) with seasoned tater tots (like Taco John's!)
*Crockpot Chicken Soup
*Oven-baked Corn Dogs with slaw (Rachael Ray recipe from 365: No Repeats)
*Banana Pancakes with Bacon & Eggs (We had this last night, but without eggs...we were out!)
*Buffalo Chicken Wings with Fried Pickles (copycat Hooter's meal!)
*Tater Tot Casserole with Green Beans
*Veggie Burgers with Potato Wedges
Since we've been cutting out a lot of meat lately, I've been forcing myself to eat beans. It's tough! I've never liked beans (probably because of an incident in my childhood when I stuck a kidney bean up my nose...that's all we'll say about that), but they are a great replacement for meat and they're so healthy. Red beans and rice will really be a stretch for me. But it doesn't get much healthier (or more frugal!) than that.
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