Menu Planning | Recipes

Weekly Menu Plan – May 18, 2015

Menu Planning helps me cook healthy, delicious meals for our family and saves us a ton of money on groceries. Check out what's cookin' this week!Hope you all had a great weekend! It’s Monday and time to share what’s cooking this week in our house with my weekly menu plan. The only topic I like to chat about as much as books is food! If you have a menu plan or a delicious recipe you want to share, feel free to link it up with our Small Victories Sunday Linkup. I’m always looking for new recipes to try.

This Week’s Menu Plan:


Fish Tacos with Tomatillo Sauce and Refried Black Beans mixed with some salsa.


Rotisserie-Style Roast Chicken Cooked in a Bundt Pan with Garlic Ranch Potatoes and roasted carrots from our garden.


English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches and fruit

Homemade Sloppy Joes and Mexican Fries


Chorizo con Huevo (Mexican sausage and egg) tacos


Ravioli Spinach Bake with salad


Homemade pizza


Slow Cooker Korean BeefPanda Express Chow Mein Copycat Noodles and stir fried veggies


Asian Turkey Burgers and Sweet Potato Fries

Menu Planning Tools

Simple Meal Planning - Plan to Eat
I have been loving Plan to Eat* to get my menu plan, recipes and shopping lists printed up fast! Highly recommend and you can try it out free for 30 days to see if you like it. It’s one of the May 2015 Goals to work on getting my abundant recipes,collection organized so I will be using Plan to Eat a LOT this month. It makes it so much easier to search for a recipe and know where to find it!

I created a couple weekly planner printables to incorporate my menu plans into my week. Check them out and download for free if it will help you with your weekly goal and menu planning.

Free Weekly Planner printable with menu planner based on 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Free Weekly Planner Printable with Menu Plan, Daily Goals and Small Victories & Gratitude Tracker

Linked Up Here!

This post is linked up with Menu Plan Monday and Weekend Cooking by Beth Fish Reads too.

Note: This post contains affiliate links as indicated by an asterisk (*). These are cookbooks and tools I own myself and recommend. Should you purchase from an affiliate link, I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you.

What’s on your menu plan for this week?

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  1. I tried one of the trials with Plan to Eat and though it was a nice program and easy to use. I ended up deciding not to pay for it, but that was just an economic decision, not one of use. Love the sound of your meals!

    1. I got Plan to Eat during black Friday when it was 50% off. Hoping it will be on sale again when it’s time for me to renew. 🙂 Thanks for commenting Beth.

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