Weekly Menu, Grocery List, Recipes – Week 21,

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weeklymenusBecause we only have 4 days till Christmas…

And because most of us are going to have lots of special dinners and parties to attend and eat…

And because our budgets are pulled like Stretch Armstrong (raise your hand if you remember this toy)…

And because you just might be getting tired of cooking…

This week’s menu is easy, cheap food.  I pulled together the recipes that will get you in and out of the kitchen fast.

I won’t be putting out a menu the week between Christmas and New Year, but I’m guessing that you won’t use all of these meals this week any way.  You can roll them over into the next week.

As always, you get 6 dinners and 1 dessert.  The dessert this week is Frozen Fruit Cups.  The recipe makes about 18 cups.  Use them for dessert, side dish or breakfast.

Here’s the menu:

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  1. You have a delicious menu planned!
    I’m so glad that my husband isn’t working on Christmas Eve and Christmas. He really needs the days off.
    Here’s wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas!

    ps Please feel free to stop by my blog and leave a comment regarding “Do you still read the newspaper”?

  2. Hi Tiffany. So what are you cooking for Christmas? And/or what recipes would you recommend for that day (main entree, sides and dessert).

    My friend who also read this blog wants ideas for leftover spinoffs (like what to do with leftover ham, roast, turkey etc.)


    • Erika, I’m still undecided on what to make for Christmas day. We usually go non-traditional. Last year I made Sticky Coconut Chicken. It was really good. For some reason, I just can’t decide this year.

      For a special dessert, I recommend Cranberry Upside Down Cake. Very Christmasy.

      Leftover ham, beef or turkey can be frozen to use in casseroles and soups. Turkey can be substituted for chicken in any recipe that calls for cooked chicken.

      Merry Christmas!

  3. Thanks for those ideas Tiffany. And I meant to add to my first comment, thanks for all you do to make our lives easier throughout the year! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

  4. Just found your blog today. Lourve it!

  5. Thanks for keeping this week’s recipes super simple ~ I think you read all our minds that it’s what we really needed 🙂

    *Happy Holidays*

  6. always very happy when I read your blog. Thank you!
    Merry Christmas*****

  7. I cannot wait to try these recipes! Thank you!

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