Large Family Meal Plan Week #1

I’ve had so many requests for our weekly large family meal plan– like, the meals we actually eat each week. Well, guess what y’all, I’ve decided it’s time to start doing just that!

Large Family Meal Plan Week 1

This week’s large family meal plan

Monday- nothing special

  • Breakfast: pancakes and sausage
  • Lunch: quesadillas, carrots, cucumbers, ranch and hummus, pears
  • Snack: hot chocolate and graham crackers
  • Dinner: Cheeseburger Pie (we read The Millers books during the school year and one story we recently read gave the recipe for Cheeseburger Pie, so of course, we have to make it), salad, oven bread

Tuesday- homeschool co-op

  • Breakfast: eggs and toast
  • Lunch: hotdogs, popcorn, applesauce, cucumbers
  • Snack: fruit bar/granola bar
  • Dinner: tacos, Mexican rice, black beans

Wednesday- library day

  • Breakfast: baked oats and bacon
  • Lunch: burrito in a bowl (using taco leftovers)
  • Snack: apple and cheese stick
  • Dinner: bowtie kielbasa bake

freezer cooking friday

Thursday- nothing special

  • Breakfast: french toast and sausage
  • Lunch: macaroni and cheese, gogurts
  • Snack: pretzels and cream cheese
  • Dinner: orange chicken, rice, steamed veg

Friday- having some family over for pumpkin carving, caramel apple dipping/decorating, and game night

  • Breakfast: eggs and toast
  • Lunch: grilled cheese, veggie straws, apples
  • Snack: parfaits (homemade yogurt, granola, frozen berries)
  • Dinner: Pizza

Saturday- my workday  (from home)

  • Breakfast: cinnamon rolls and breakfast casserole
  • Lunch: leftovers
  • Snack: Chex mix
  • Dinner: leftovers

A few notes about our menu . . .

The above is what’s currently in my snack drawer. I pick up a few boxes of snack bars at the discount store and the kids can pick the bar of their choice on granola/fruit bar snack day.

Looking for more homeschool lunch ideas? Check out this printable list of over 45 ideas!

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