Recipes · Time Management

Two Week Meal Plan {Menu Monday 3.23.20}

“Well that escalated quickly.” That phrase applies to SO many things right now, am I right? Normally in March Paul is on the road with sports most evenings, so I plan about two “big” meals each week and then fend for myself the rest of the week. When it’s just me, I have a lot of meatless meals or a main dish that I eat for several nights.

Enter the Coronavirus and the cancellation of every. single. sport. Suddenly Paul is home for supper every night – which isn’t a bad thing – but it means I have to step up my meal plans! 🙂 I know everyone is making meals at home, perhaps more than usual, so hopefully this two-week meal plan will be helpful for you too!


On The Menu

Breakfast:

Lunch:

  • Leftovers
  • Hot Dogs (Because Paul)
  • Avocado on Toast
  • Deli Turkey Sandwiches
Blackened Chicken Tacos

Supper:

Snacks:

Read More: 5 Supper Recipes Using Shelf Stable Ingredients

Good luck with your meal planning and grocery shopping this week! 🙂

6 thoughts on “Two Week Meal Plan {Menu Monday 3.23.20}

  1. Hooray for meal plans. It has been quite some time since I made these (which I did always when I was raising a family) but thought I should plan ahead a bit. Tired to meal plan this weekend and, apparently, I have lost the art!!? Thanks for the help….getting the rusty wheels turning again!!

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  2. Yum!! Ground meat seems to be in short supply at the stores around me so we are changing up our meat options regularly. I stocked up, but am also trying to try out new meat options. My kids are loving bacon, kielbasa sausage and we’re adding more peanut butter into breakfast and lunch options.

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    1. Meat is in short supply here, too. I went to my local grocery store right when they opened earlier this week and was happy to find the meat section completely stocked – other shelves, not so much – but I got plenty of meat for the next few weeks. Hope you can find what you need, too!

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