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June 9 - 15, 2013

Weekly Meal Plan: June 9 - 15, 2013  by RecipeTips.com

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Day 1

Dinner: 

Honey Mustard Pork Roast

honey mustard pork roast

Seasoned with the sweet and tart mustard, this pork roast stays moist from the bacon. Your family will enjoy every bite of this delicious meat.
Two Potato Mash

two potato mash

Sweet potatoes and russets mashed together to create the perfect side dish. The color is beautiful and it tastes just as good. The sweet potatoes add a touch of sweetness to the russet potatoes.
Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Bacon

roasted brussel sprouts with bacon

Garlic and bacon add a little something to this vegetable dish. You'll change those non-brussel sprout eaters with just one bite!
French Vanilla Snicker Salad

french vanilla snicker salad

Mini Fruit Cheesecakes

mini fruit cheesecakes

Mini cheesecakes made just the way you like them. Top them with everyone's favorite fruit for a dessert that your family will love. These mini cheesecakes make a pretty dessert to serve on special occasions.

Day 2

Dinner: 

Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich

grilled ham and cheese sandwich

An easy grilled sandwich that is perfect for a quick weeknight meal. On those busy nights it is nice to be able to serve your family a hot and hearty sandwich without spending too much time in the kitchen.
Easy Macaroni and Cheese

easy macaroni and cheese

Homemade macaroni and cheese that won't have you wishing you used the boxed variety. Creamy cheesy macaroni that will please everyone. Use a bunch of pasta shapes to delight the kids.
Crispy Soft Broccoli

crispy soft broccoli

Who would have thought that just 3 ingredients could be so delicious? And all you have to do is through them together an put it in the oven. This will be your new go to vegetable since the broccoli is so simple.

Day 3

Dinner: 

Mamas Spaghetti Sauce  Meatballs

mama's spaghetti sauce & meatballs

Homemade spaghetti sauce done the right way. The meatballs are seasoned and cooked directly in the sauce. As the sauce simmers, the flavor of the tomatoes and everything else just melds together.
Cheesy Pita Bread Wedges

cheesy pita bread wedges

With or without the cheese this garlic bread will be a hit. There's just something about those grilled and seasoned little triangles that make you want more until they are all gone.
Grandma Goldie Bars

grandma goldie bars

These scrumptious bars are made up of three layers of goodness. A crispy bottom is topped with a sweet creamy layer and finished off with a chocolate, peanut buttery layer to make a delicious bar that everyone loves.

Day 4

Dinner: 

Grandmas Simple Sloppy Joes

grandma's simple sloppy joe's

Great sloppy joe recipe that beats the canned version hands down. You may choose to leave the cloves out of this recipe if it doesn't fit your taste buds.
French Fried Onion Rings

french fried onion rings

Crispy and flavorful, fried onion rings make a great appetizer or a late evening snack.
Easy Cabbage Salad

easy cabbage salad

This crunchy sweet-and-sour salad, a favorite with kids, lends itself to endless variations. For instance, try adding celery, chopped apples or raisins.

Day 5

Dinner: 

Grilled Mexican Barbecue Chicken

grilled mexican barbecue chicken

Give your plain barbecued chicken a little flair and spice it up with this quick and easy recipe.
Spanish Rice

spanish rice

A rice side dish that goes perfectly beside any Mexican entree. This rice isn't too spicy or doesn't have too much tomato but is full of flavor. You won't have any rice leftover when you make this.
Best Cornbread

best cornbread

A sweet and moist flavored cornbread similar to those served at restaurants in the Southwestern USA. Use less sugar and fewer jalapeno peppers if you wish. You could certainly make muffins instead, just reduce the baking time.
Cinnamon Fried Ice Cream

cinnamon fried ice cream

Fun and easy to make, this Mexican dessert is a delight not only to serve but also to eat!

Day 6

Dinner: 

French Bread Pizza

french bread pizza

A simple and easy weeknight meal that will become your kids favorite. Add your favorite pizza toppings to make it even better.
Simple Toss Salad

simple toss salad

Sometimes all you need to finish out your menu is a simple lettuce salad. You can add any of your favorite toppings you have on hand or just top it with your favorite dressing.
Easy Cheesy Bread

easy cheesy bread


Day 7

Dinner: 

Yumm-o Shrimp Skewers

yumm-o shrimp skewers

Lemon & butter marinated shrimp skewers.....easy and yumm-o!
Perfect Cheesy Potatoes

perfect cheesy potatoes

It wouldn't be a potluck if you didn't bring the cheesy potatoes, now would it? These are simple and so tasty. Perfect to mix up in advance and be ready to bake in the oven. Add a little onion or green pepper, if you like.
Grandmothers Southern Style Green Beans

grandmother's southern style green beans

Nothing spared on this vegetable recipe, with bacon and everything. The green beans are sure to disappear quickly!
Sunny Vegetable Salad

sunny vegetable salad

Cauliflower and broccoli coated with a creamy dressing that is just sweet enough. The bacon adds a little smoky flavor and the sunflower seeds add a bit of nuttiness. Perfect to bring to a holiday dinner.
Layered Strawberry Pound Cake

layered strawberry pound cake

A dense and moist pound cake layered with strawberries and a wonderful cream cheese frosting. This Strawberry Pound Cake won't last long at your next barbecue or pot luck dinner.
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