Monthly Meal Plans

October Monthly Meal Plan – with New Worksheets

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We did it, we made it through one of the busiest months. Our September was full of birthday celebrations and back-to-school prep. Now that we’re in October I can look forward to the holidays around the corner and start adding my favorite comfort foods into our monthly menu.

Last month I updated my Monthly Meal Planning Workbook. It has several new printable meal planning worksheets and a new cleaner design. You can find out all about the workbook here: Monthly Meal Planning Workbook.

Keeping our Breakfasts and Lunches simple

I’m in a stage where I don’t need to plan much for breakfasts and lunches. Our children are 12 and 14 and are pretty independent with these meals. I just make sure we have basic supplies on hand so they can help themselves. In the summer I need to really keep some extra food on hand, especially for the 12-year-old; he is growing so fast and eats 5 meals a day!

We like to keep breakfast basics on hand like eggs, toast, pancake mix, oatmeal, cereal, yogurt, and berries.

Hot breakfast meals I like to make occasionally:

Lunch basics we keep on hand:

During the school year, the kids eat at school and I use ideas from my School Lunch Idea List HERE.

I do keep some basic lunch items on hand like lunchmeat, cheeses, bread or wraps, chicken salad, tuna salad, hardboiled eggs, soups, and frozen pizzas.

September Meal Plan

  • Sheet pan fajitas with rice
  • Spaghetti with broccoli and garlic bread
  • Mississippi Chicken over noodles and peas
  • Creamy chicken broccoli casserole
  • Pulled Pork sanwiches (save left over pork for Brunswick stew)
  • Ham and potato Soup
  • Night 1 Cabin trip
    • Tacos / Walking tacos
  • Night 2 Cabin trip
    • Brunswick Stew
  • Pizza Nights 3x
  • Date Night
  • Left over nights 4x
  • Dinner with family 2x

If you are looking for more Meal Planning Inspiration you can see all of my Monthly meal plans here.

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