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September 1 - 7, 2013

Weekly Meal Plan: September 1 - 7, 2013  by RecipeTips.com

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Day 1

Dinner: 

Notes: Serve the pear sauce warm over a scoop of ice cream for a special treat.
Grilled Chicken Breasts

grilled chicken breasts

A tasty summer marinade that will keep that chicken moist and flavorful. The mix of seasonings is just the right touch.
Steamed and Roasted Baby Red Potatoes

steamed and roasted baby red potatoes

The steaming potatoes prior to roasting helps cook them faster and more evenly. They still get that great crispy skin during the roasting though. Serve them with a little sour cream and ketchup.
Grilled Summer Broccoli

grilled summer broccoli

Grilled broccoli with a lemony fresh flavor. The garlic adds just the right touch to the tart lemon. Perfect when the weather is nice and your entire meal is cooked outdoors.
Pistachio Salad

pistachio salad

A sweet salad that is quick and easy to make. This recipe is a great salad that can be made ahead of time or at the last minute when unexpected guest arrive.
Gingered Pear Sauce

gingered pear sauce

Ginger gives a bit of bite to this sweet sauce, which is delicious on ice cream, pancakes or gingerbread.

Day 2

Dinner: 

Simple Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

simple slow cooker pulled pork

Pork cooked with onion and garlic until moist and tender. The perfect meat for a soft bun. And no work is involved.
Old-Style Potato Salad

old-style potato salad

This is a delicious old-fashioned potato salad like Grandma use to make. Remember how she always added radishes and bacon for that special flavor? Here is the recipe that will bring back those memories.
Colorful Italian Vegetable Salad

colorful italian vegetable salad

A refreshing salad filled with vegetables. Cauliflower and broccoli covered in Italian dressing is perfect for a light lunch or brought to a picnic.
Slow Cooked Baked Beans

slow cooked baked beans

Cooked by slowly baking all the ingredients together, this recipe proivdes a wonderful array of flavors.
Scotch-a-roos

scotch-a-roos

Anytime you have to bring a dessert, bring these bars as everyone loves them. Perfect for graduation parties. Peanut butter, chocolate and butterscotch go so well together!

Day 3

Dinner: 

Notes: If you don't care for Iced Coffee, substitute any beverage of choice.
Summer Fruit Pasta Salad

summer fruit pasta salad

A nice combination of fresh summer fruit and pasta dressed with a light coat of vanilla yogurt to bring all the flavors together. So easy to make yet so full of flavor. Perfect for all your summer get-togethers or a light summer meal.
Quick-n-Easy Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

quick-n-easy lemon poppy seed muffins

You are sure to enjoy the lemon fresh flavor of these moist and delicious muffins. Made with lemon cake mix and lemon pudding, these muffins are as easy to make as they are to eat.
Iced Coffee

iced coffee

Terrific coffee drink served on ice, which can be flavored with a variety of tasty ingredients and garnishes.

Day 4

Dinner: 

Tomato and Cheese Pie

tomato and cheese pie

When you're looking for a fresh idea for a light summer luncheon or brunch, try this simple, but tasty open-face Italian pie.
Greek Vegetable Pizza

greek vegetable pizza

A Friday night favorite with a new twist. Feta cheese adds a little extra to your pizza and the spinach makes it more figure friendly. Kalamata olives would also be delicious on this pizza.
Cheesy French Bread

cheesy french bread

Broiled cheese over buttery bread with garlic flavor throughout. This is the perfect side to any pasta dish.

Day 5

Dinner: 

Golden Chicken Nuggets

golden chicken nuggets

Do you know whats in those frozen pre-made chicken nuggets? Try making your own and see how easy it is. The kids will love it and they can even help out!
Oven Baked Potato Wedges

oven baked potato wedges

Great side dish for any meal. These potatoes are seasoned perfectly. Serve these baked wedges with ketchup and sour cream for a real treat.
Great Corn on the Cob

great corn on the cob

Finally, an easy way to get those ears of corn ready to be eaten! Put it all in a baking dish and pour the melted butter with the seasonings over the top and roll it around.

Day 6

Dinner: 

Mexican Casserole

mexican casserole

All of your favorite Mexican flavors in an easy to make casserole. This one is perfect for a weeknight meal.
French Dressing for Lettuce

french dressing for lettuce

Be sure to use the onion juice that you get when grating the onion. This salad dressing will soon become a staple around your house. It is delicious and couldn't be any easier.
Mexican Corn Bread

mexican corn bread


Day 7

Dinner: 

Honey-Mustard Tenderloin

honey-mustard tenderloin

A simple way to turn a weekday meal into something special. Serve with wild rice mix and steamed fresh asparagus.
Wild Rice Side Dish

wild rice side dish

For those people who have picky non-onion eaters, this is a great side dish. The onion adds great flavor but leaves no pieces of onion in the dish. Full of flavor this will be perfect next to your pork chops or fish.
Carrot Casserole

carrot casserole

Cheesy cooked carrots with a crunchy topping. If you have picky eaters, this may be the dish that will get them to eat their cooked carrots.
Oatmeal Cinnamon Apple Crisp

oatmeal cinnamon apple crisp

An crisp oatmeal topping over the soft and sweetened cinnamon apples is the perfect Autumn dessert. Served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, everyone will enjoy it.
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