Do you ever get a little bored with your usual collection of recipes? I’ve been cooking for my family for going on 37 years and sometimes I feel like shaking things up a bit. Fortunately, Pinterest offers a lot of inspiration. I’m sure I’m not the only one who pins LOTS of recipes but never tries them. This week’s Menu Monday features 7 days worth of Pinterest recipes from my boards. Perhaps you’ll find a bit of inspiration here, too.
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Let’s kick off the week with a “meatless Monday” recipe.
- Moroccan Sweet Potato Lentil Stew
- naan bread
- Easy Baked Reuben Casserole
- tossed green salad
I often make something in the slow cooker on Wednesdays if I have choir rehearsal. Everyone can eat whenever they need to and cleanup is minimal.
- Sweet Chili Pineapple Chicken Easy Crockpot Recipe
- rice (cook extra for tomorrow’s dinner)
I’ve somehow ended up with meetings almost every Thursday afternoon. Instant Pot to the rescue!
- Instant Pot Honey Mustard Curry Chicken
- steamed broccoli
- Olive Garden Chicken Piccata Copycat Recipe
- mashed potatoes
I am SO ready for warm weather so we can start grilling outdoors. One of the things we miss from California is In-N-Out. Their burgers are so good, especially when ordered “animal style”.
- In-N-Out Double Double Animal Style Cheeseburgers
- french fries
- fruit salad
I don’t generally cook on Sundays. We often eat lunch out if we’ve gone to church so we only need something light for dinner. This salad looks delicious!
Do you have any recipes you’ve pinned but haven’t tried yet? (Silly question, right?) I’d love to see some of the recipes you’re hoping to try soon. Leave me a comment with links to a couple of recipes. And If I’m not already following you on Pinterest, share your link and I’ll follow. Click here for mine.
WHAT’S COOKING AT YOUR HOUSE THIS WEEK?
MEAL PLANNING RESOURCES I RECOMMEND
- Meal Planning That Saves You Time and Money – includes links to free printables!
- 30 Ways to Save on Groceries
- Do you want to eat a healthy, organic, grass fed diet but don’t think you can afford it? My friend, Victoria of A Modern Homestead, explains how they do it on less than $200 a month. Click here to find out how:
This post is linked up at I’m an Organizing Junkie. Check it out for more great menu ideas!