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October 19 - 25, 2014

Weekly Meal Plan: October 19 - 25, 2014  by RecipeTips.com

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Day 1

Dinner: 

Italian Pot Roast - Stracotto

italian pot roast - stracotto

This wine-and-garlic infused roast is a delicious variant of the classic American pot roast. Don't be alarmed by the quantity of garlic; it mellows as it cooks.
Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes

creamy garlic mashed potatoes

You'll never make creamier potatoes than this recipe right here. The garlic doesn't overpower. For an even creamier side dish, try heating the half 'n half over low heat before adding to the potatoes.
Parmesan Roasted Broccoli

parmesan roasted broccoli

Broccoli roasted with garlic is a favorite among young and old. The best part is you put it in the oven and forget about it until 20 minutes later. The basil and lemon add a fresh flavor to the warm broccoli.
Layered Jell-O and Banana Salad

layered jell-o and banana salad

Layered with Jell-O, bananas, and whipped topping, this recipe is super easy to make and one that the whole family will enjoy. A simple salad that will go with any meal.
Grandmas Bread Pudding with Caramel Sauce

grandma's bread pudding with caramel sauce

Scrumptious bread pudding just like Grandma used to make. Sweet bread pudding topped with a delightfully rich homemade caramel sauce.

Day 2

Dinner: 

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.
Homemade Applesauce

homemade applesauce

You will be amazed at how easy it is to make your own applesauce. This is perfect when you've just picked some fresh apples from the orchard.
Hot Chocolate Mix

hot chocolate mix

Make hot chocolate mix to enjoy all winter long on those cold winter day. Make up a batch of this hot chocolate mix and you will be ready to serve a mug of hot chocolate anytime, or make up a thermos to take along to your next football game or tailgating party.

Day 3

Dinner: 

Hamburger Potato Hotdish

hamburger potato hotdish

An easy throw together hotdish with lots of flavor.
Coleslaw

coleslaw

Here's a classic salad for any season. This simple cabbage and carrot coleslaw recipe is an easy and tasty way to prepare fresh cabbage and carrots from your garden harvest. See our Summer Side Dish Recipes collection for other dishes in which you can use your fresh vegetables.
Quick-Fix Biscuits

quick-fix biscuits

Great biscuits to serve with any meal. When you would like to serve an easy to make biscuit with your dinner, mix these up and bake just before serving dinner. They are extra good when served warm.

Day 4

Dinner: 

Crockpot Lasagna

crockpot lasagna

A slower cooker pasta dish that you'll be amazed at how tasty it is. Full of flavor and easy to make.
Old Fashioned Layered Salad

old fashioned layered salad

A crispy layered lettuce salad that can be made up the night before and refrigerated until serving.
Italian Bubble Bread

italian bubble bread

Tear apart garlic bread that uses ready made bread dough. Great flavor and since the pieces are smaller, the garlic and seasonings are on every bite.
Simple Banana Bars

simple banana bars

You won't even need to look for a frosting recipe as its not even needed for these simple and delicious banana bars. These bars freeze well and are a great after school snack for the kids.

Day 5

Dinner: 

Notes: This punch recipe makes a whole gallon so mix it up and keep it in the refrigerator to enjoy with any of your other meals.
Creamy Pasta Chicken Salad

creamy pasta chicken salad

Great salad that can be served on the side or as a light lunch. For a special touch, serve in a lettuce-lined bowl.
Oven Toasted Garlic Baguettes

oven toasted garlic baguettes

Crispy slices of garlic toast. Make a perfect accompaniment to salads, soups, and pasta dishes. They also make a nice snack just to munch on.
Tea Punch

tea punch

Revitalizing citrus beverage with a hint of tea flavor. Serve it at your next large gathering and watch it disappear.

Day 6

Dinner: 

Homemade Potato Soup

homemade potato soup

If you like loaded baked potatoes, you're going to love this soup! It is full of flavor and comfort. With bacon cooked in with the potatoes, onion and celery, it's a sure-fire hit.
Spamwiches

spamwiches

Quick sandwich that is inexpensive. Great when you have leftover buns that need to be used. Kid friendly, too.
Mrs. Fields Halloween Cookies

mrs. field's halloween cookies

Soft pumpkin cookies with white chocolate chips in every bite. What a sweet and sensational fall cookie. Your trick-or-treaters are going to love this sweet treat.

Day 7

Dinner: 

Pancetta Wrapped Pork Loin

pancetta wrapped pork loin

A centerpiece for you holiday table and relatively budget friendly compared to the other holiday entrees. The bacon adds great flavor and keeps the pork moist. Serve with roasted potatoes.
Ranch Mashed Potatoes

ranch mashed potatoes

Spruced up mashed potatoes with the flavor of ranch dressing, that everyone loves, especially the kids. Topped with melted cheese, this side dish is sure to disappear.
Glazed Acorn Squash

glazed acorn squash

With a light brown sugar glaze, the flavor of this squash really blossoms!
Mango-Pecan Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

mango-pecan salad with balsamic vinaigrette

Sweet mangos and tart cranberries added to mixed greens and dressed with a balsamic vinaigrette. This salad is refreshing to serve and to eat. Makes enough to feed a crowd.
Cream Cheese Pumpkin Tart

cream cheese pumpkin tart

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