Menu, Grocery List, Recipes – Week 26

If you like printing these menus and grocery lists, check out the new Eat at Home Weekly Meal Plan service.  Subscribers get both the Traditional and All Slow Cooker versions emailed each week.  It’s the easiest way to eat at home!

This menu marks 6 months of weekly menus and grocery lists that you can print for free on Eat at Home.

When I decided to put out the first one, I had no idea it would last this long.  I wasn’t sure that people would want to use them.  But many of you have shared stories with me of how helpful the menus and grocery lists are.  And now we’ve got 6 whole months covered!

As always, you get 6 dinners and 1 dessert.  Serving suggestions are in bold on the recipes and in curly brackets {} on the grocery list.

Here’s what’s on the menu this week:

*I just realized that I forgot to attach the recipes, so all you’ll be printing this week is the grocery list.  You can always click the recipes and then at the bottom of the post you’ll see the words “Share and Enjoy”Click the first icon and it will take you to the page to print. In the top, right-hand corner of that page you’ll see a box to click to remove the images to make it more printer friendly.  Sorry about the extra step this week.

Click here to print: [download id=”26″]

This menu is part of Menu Plan Monday at

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  1. I am glad you have kept going! Although I don’t use your weekly menu’s, I do try many of your recipes and LOVE them – Happy 6 month blogiversary!

  2. Please say you are going to keep going! I’ve been using your menus since week12 (?). I know I could go back and start over, but I love printing the menu each Monday morning. I’ve said for a while that I don’t care what is for dinner- I’ll cook it- I just don’t want to decide what to cook!

  3. Where are the recipes for week 26? I only see one page on the link. I like to print the pages without the pictures because it requires less paper and it’s easier to store. Thanks.

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