We had our first snow this week! The forecast was 4 – 6 inches, but we only ended up with a couple that stuck. My kids were thrilled however, and want to put up the Christmas tree, like, NOW! As I type, we have a fire going in the fireplace, and with the snow outside, however sparse, it feels so cozy. I love to savor moments like this.
For the first time in years and years, we are having a small Thanksgiving celebration at home, and I’m looking forward it. I always love when my hubby has off work. 🙂
I hope you have a wonderful week and a special Thanksgiving Day.
Here are some delicious menu ideas to help you out!
4 Ingredient Ravioli Lasagna
Grocery list: Ground beef, pasta sauce, ravioli and mozzarella cheese
This is like traditional lasagna, but without all the work!
Tuna Pot Pie
Grocery list: Tuna, cream of chicken soup, frozen peas, fresh carrots and pie crusts
Quick Navy Bean and Ham Soup
Grocery list: Canned navy beans, ham and onion
Grilled Cheese Breakfast Sandwich
Grocery list: Bread, Cheddar cheese slices, eggs, bacon and butter
Chicken Noodle Soup Casserole
Grocery list: Chicken, spaghetti, chicken noodle soup, milk, butter and breadcrumbs
Southwestern Egg Casserole
Grocery list: Eggs, flour, Cheddar cheese, cottage cheese, butter and green chilies
Here are some scrumptious looking ideas for Thanksgiving:
Are you in charge of the turkey this year? Crystal and Co. is here to help with some delicious ideas to flavor your turkey!
Everything Thanksgiving Stuffing from Delightful E Made looks amazing!
We love brussels sprouts at our house, so I think this Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Butternut Squash recipe from My Suburban Kitchen is a must try!
My family’s absolute favorite Soft Sweet Light Rolls recipe!
In the mood for something a little different than traditional pumpkin pie? This Pumpkin Pie with a Shortbread Cookie Crust is scrumptious, and serves around 15 people!
If your oven’s busy with the turkey and sides, how about trying this No Bake Pumpkin Pie from Busy Being Jennifer
Here’s some extra help for you with meal planning and grocery shopping:
These are my free printables that I use often, and you are free to use as well:
They work great on a clipboard!
Click on the links below for breakfast and lunch inspiration:
Or for TONS more dinner ideas, go to my menu bar and hover over “Recipes” to find specific categories that your family likes!
Hope you have a great week! 🙂