It’s week 4 of our July Meal Plan. Meal planning is the best way to manage the grocery budget. Plus it will save your sanity if it’s your job to figure out what to cook every day.
Our Meal Plan for Week 4 begins with a one pot Crockpot meal we can serve for two days. Don’t miss the lip-smacking delicious summer soup this week too.
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July Meal Plan Week 4
The summer heat continues and I’m in the mood for some premeditated leftovers at my house.
How about you?
This Crockpot one dish dinner is a huge time saver on my meal plan.
Cook once, eat twice. I love it!
Leftovers from Monday
PLUS, make a dish of this light and delicious Pear Salad.
It’s fruity sweet and cheesy so you get a bit of a sweet and salty taste.
A nice side dish to go with your leftover Macaroni Casserole.
Make plenty, these disappear quick.
This summer soup recipe is made completely from scratch using fresh corn.
You should be able to get a few ears of corn from your local farmer’s market or produce department at the grocery store.
Even the corn cobs are used to flavor this soup and the results are memorable.
Skip the Zaxby’s drive thru and make a quick and easy Asian salad at home.
This recipe cheat is actually a grocery store salad kit makeover.
Easy recipe. We even made over the dressing packet that came in the bag of salad.
Here is a meal you can have on the table in under 30 minutes.
It’s also a low carb meal which is filling and satisfying.
I like to serve California vegetables, you know those in the microwave bags. They are ready very quick.
We frequently try to fire up the grill on Saturday’s in the summer. This week it’s one of our favorites, Hot dogs.
Simple and easy summer meal.
We all have favorite hot dog toppings. For us, that means Hot dog chili or my Homemade Creamy Cole slaw.
As a special treat, I will be making those Oven Baked Homestyle French Fries everyone loves.
A nice traditional, filling Sunday dinner is on the menu plan for today.
A chuck roast slow cooked with the popular Mississippi Crockpot Roast method except I prefer pearl onions to the pepperoncini.
Served on a bed of Homemade mashed potatoes, recipe here, which everyone loves.
No Bake Dessert
This week’s No Bake dessert is a real treat. Homemade Vanilla milkshakes!
Step by step directions included for how to cover the glass rims with chocolate and sprinkles.
Milkshakes are a great way to enjoy a summer treat.
July Meal Plan Week Four
July has five weeks this year. Of course, the first week came in that last week of June but we have to begin somewhere, right.
- Monday– Crockpot Macaroni Casserole with Broccoli and Sausage
- Tuesday– leftovers from Monday plus Pear Salad
- Wednesday– Creamy Corn Chowder
- Thursday– Chicken Tender Asian Chopped Salad
- Friday– Baked Lemon Pepper Tilapia with Vegetables
- Saturday– Grilled Hot dogs with Oven baked fries and slaw
- Sunday– Slow Cooked Chuck roast with mashed potatoes
- Dessert– Homemade Vanilla Milkshake
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