Weekly Family Menu Plan will help you get meals on the table every day this week! You’re going to fall in love with these easy family friendly breakfast, appetizers, salad, main dish, and dessert recipes!
You’re going to fall in love with soups, stews, meat candy, a gorgeous salad, comforting breakfast, and vibrant cookies in the Weekly Family Menu Plan – 166!
Ham, Egg, and Cheese Monkey Bread – Little Dairy on the Prairie
We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it just got a whole lot easier with this Ham, Egg, and Cheese Monkey Bread! It’s another one of those overnight breakfast recipes that will not only make your mornings a cinch, and you’re going to have a happy, happy family in the morning!
Three ingredient Bacon Wrapped Smokies with a sweet, sticky glaze and creamy, spicy dipping sauce. No one can resist Meat Candy!
Grab a bowl of this BLACKBERRY BLOOD ORANGE SALAD with blood orange vinaigrette, creamy goat cheese, and toasted walnuts for a healthy and refreshing lunch!
This Chickpea and Pasta Soup is the reason you’ll never buy a can of chickpeas again. The heavy handed shower of Parmesan and chopped fresh parsley that top each bowl really seal the deal on this becoming your new favorite soup.
Pizza dough stuffed and rolled up with grilled chicken, spinach, jack cheese, and a garlic cream sauce.
Get a healthy dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes with this easy Sheet Pan Baked Tilapia. This recipe is also great for meal prep!
Walking Tacos are so perfect for summer parties, tailgating, or any gathering that needs a little extra fun and nostalgia.
Slow Cooker Beef Stew – Little Dairy on the Prairie
There’s not very many foods as comforting as a bowl of hearty Slow Cooker Beef Stew! This stew recipe is loaded with vegetables and has the most tender, melt in your mouth pieces of beef!
These buttery Strawberry Sugar Cookies have crisp edges, soft centers and – best of all! – a burst of fresh, sweet strawberry flavor.
A wonderful Mardi Gras cheesecake made using crescent rolls and sprinkled with cinnamon and festive sugar would be so fun to help celebrate the season.