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Thanksgiving Week

Weekly Meal Plan: Thanksgiving Week  by jwc

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Day 1

Dinner: 

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caprese pizza


Day 2

Breakfast: 

French Breakfast Puffs a.k.a. Donut Muffins

french breakfast puffs (a.k.a. donut muffins)

A cinnamon-sugar coated muffin that tastes like a sinful donut. Kids and adults will love this breakfast treat. These muffins freeze perfectly, if you have any leftover to freeze, that is.

Dinner: 

Italian Beef Au Jus

italian beef au jus

Slow cooked to perfection, this roast beef can be served on sandwiches for French dips or beside mashed potatoes for the ultimate comfort meal.
Fluffy Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes

fluffy buttermilk mashed potatoes

These potatoes will become a new favorite. The buttermilk adds that creaminess and bit of zing to your basic mashed potatoes. Perfect topped off with a bit of gravy.
Not The Usual Green Bean Casserole

not the usual green bean casserole

Bacon makes everything better and this is no exception. The classic green bean casserole with a twist of bacon and cheese. Bring it to your next holiday for the sidedish everyone will love.

Day 3

Breakfast: 

Breakfast Egg Brunch

breakfast egg brunch

Simple ham and egg casserole that you make the night before. You could even use the slow cooker if you like to sleep in and your guests get up early. They can just help themselves!

Lunch: 

Turkey and Zesty Slaw Wrap

turkey and zesty slaw wrap

A simple tortilla wrap sandwich that is satisfying and full of flavor. The cole slaw adds a wonderful crunch to the smokey turkey.

Dinner: 

Ham and Pork Loaf

ham and pork loaf

Leftover ham is perfect for this entree. Just grind it up in your food processor and you'll have a whole new meal! It'll taste so comforting after those crazy holidays.
Sweet Potato Bake

sweet potato bake

Who needs boring old mashed potatoes when you can mash up some sweet potatoes with brown sugar and butter? These will please everyone. Perfect for the holiday meal, especial beside a nice big ham.
Stir Fried Broccoli

stir fried broccoli

You'll be pleasantly surprised at the flavor of this broccoli. The sugar and salt create a light sauce that is hard to beat. So simple, yet so good. This is especially nice for a side dish to other Chinese meat dishes.

Day 4

Dinner: 

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nanny's chicken soup

Tasty Southern Corn Bread

tasty southern corn bread

A sweet cornbread that will please everyone. Baked to a golden brown, its the perfect side to your meal. Served with maple syrup, it soaks right into the corn bread.

Day 5

Dinner: 

Saucy Porcupine Meatballs

saucy porcupine meatballs

Simmered slowly, the sauce and beef and rice go together perfectly. Be sure to serve it with a loaf of bread to mop up all that sauce. You might want to double this recipe! These will also freeze well.

Day 6


Day 7

Breakfast: 

Harvest Pumpkin Muffins

harvest pumpkin muffins

Using honey instead of sugar makes these a little bit healthier. Still just as tasty as the full-sugared ones. Perfect for a breakfast on the go.

Lunch: 

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shredded brussel sprouts with pecans & prosciutto

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sweet potato cornbread

Original Colonial Hot Spiced Cider

original colonial hot spiced cider

A spiced cider with a hint of citrus. Great served around the holidays with or without the brandy. Keep it in the slow cooker for your holiday gathering.
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