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We had such good dinners this week! Some yummy soups to stay warm and we’re planning delicious Super Bowl treats tonight!

Our weekly menu will give you some good dinner ideas

Need some dinner ideas? We made some classic favorites this week and are making delicious wings and treats for the Super Bowl! We’re still doing our spending freeze and trying to use up things in our freezer.

If you need some other dinner ideas, check out all my past weekly menus RIGHT HERE.

Steak and Chickpea Pasta 

I’ve been making this recipe for years after finding it in a Real Simple magazine. We always cook some steak (like a ribeye or strip steak) in the pan first, and then while the meat is resting, I cooked the rest of the meal. You get all the good juices from the meat, and then we put the steak on top when we serve it. It’s DELICIOUS. I imagine the recipe without the steak would be fairly boring.

I served with crusty bread and strawberries!

Hearty Beef and Gnocchi Soup

We’ve still been working through things in our freezer and pantry, and I found a beef roast in our deep freezer and a package of gnocchi in my pantry. Philip found this beef soup recipe and it was super good. He’s not a huge fan of peas, so he said if we made it again he wouldn’t want them in it. But the flavor was so good!

I actually forgot to defrost my roast the night before, so I stuck it in the crockpot on high with some salt and water in the morning and cooked it til it was falling apart. Then I made the soup as instructed and added the beef when the instructions said. Super easy.

I served it with clementines and crusty bread

2-Meat Chili

I’ve been making this recipe for YEARS from an old cookbook. It’s my favorite chili ever, and my kids ADORE IT (except Sanny who hates beans, apparently).

I served it with cornbread, made from a box. I’ve tried SO many boxed cornbreads, and Philip hates them all except for Krusteaz Honey Cornbread. It’s not so crumbly, and the flavor is just a little sweet. So good

BBQ Chicken and Corn Pizza

It wouldn’t be Friday without pizza night! This is our go-to pizza right now – we can’t get enough, and it’s basically always my kid’s request on Friday nights.

This is the pizza dough that we always use and love.

I cooked it at 500 degrees for about 12 minutes.

Chicken Wings

For super bowl Sunday we’re making two kinds of chicken wings! I’m making one saucy batch in the crockpot, and one dry rub batch in the air fryer.

Cake Batter Puppy Chow

For the Super Bowl, we’re also making our favorite classic puppy chow (maybe you call it muddy buddies) and a new-to-us version — birthday cake puppy chow with sprinkles and white chocolate! Sounds delicious.

See my past weekly menus right here!

Weekly Menu, February 1-7

dinner ideas

We had such good dinners this week! Some yummy soups to stay warm and we’re planning delicious Super Bowl treats for tonight!

 

Our weekly menu will give you some good dinner ideas

Need some dinner ideas? We made some classic favorites this week and are making delicious wings and treats for the Super Bowl! We’re still doing our grocery spending freeze and trying to use up things in our freezer.

If you need some other dinner ideas, check out all my past weekly menus RIGHT HERE.

Steak and Chickpea Pasta 

I’ve been making this recipe for years after finding it in a Real Simple magazine. We always cook some steak (like a ribeye or strip steak) in the pan first, and then while the meat is resting, I cooked the rest of the meal. You get all the good juices from the meat, and then we put the steak on top when we serve it. It’s DELICIOUS. I imagine the recipe without the steak would be fairly boring.

I served with crusty bread and strawberries!

 

Hearty Beef and Gnocchi Soup

We’ve still been working through things in our freezer and pantry, and I found a beef roast in our deep freezer and a package of gnocchi in my pantry. Philip found this beef soup recipe and it was super good. He’s not a huge fan of peas, so he said if we made it again he wouldn’t want them in it. But the flavor was so good!

I actually forgot to defrost my roast the night before, so I stuck it in the crockpot on high with some salt and water in the morning and cooked it til it was falling apart. Then I made the soup as instructed and added the beef when the instructions said. Super easy.

I served it with clementines and crusty bread.

2-Meat Chili

I’ve been making this recipe for YEARS from an old cookbook. It’s my favorite chili ever, and my kids ADORE IT (except Sanny who hates beans, apparently).

I served it with cornbread, made from a box. I’ve tried SO many boxed cornbreads, and Philip hates them all except for Krusteaz Honey Cornbread. It’s not so crumbly, and the flavor is just a little sweet. So good

dinner ideas

BBQ Chicken and Corn Pizza

It wouldn’t be Friday without pizza night! This is our go-to pizza right now – we can’t get enough, and it’s basically always my kid’s request on Friday nights.

This is the pizza dough that we always use and love.

I cooked it at 500 degrees for about 12 minutes.

Chicken Wings

For super bowl Sunday we’re making two kinds of chicken wings! I’m making one saucy batch in the crockpot, and one dry rub batch in the air fryer.

Cake Batter Puppy Chow

For the Super Bowl, we’re also making our favorite classic puppy chow (maybe you call it muddy buddies) and a new-to-us version — birthday cake puppy chow with sprinkles and white chocolate! Sounds delicious.

See my past weekly menus right here!

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