Time for this week’s dinner ideas! I was traveling this week, so it was a pretty light week of cooking for our family.
Our weekly menu will give you some good dinner ideas
Time for this week’s dinner ideas! I traveled this week, but I thought it’d be helpful to see what our weekly menu is like when I’m not cooking every night.
Here’s a quick review of our weekly dinners:
I’m going to add this little overview every week so you can see our true full weekly menu to get dinner ideas.
Tuesday: Italian Sausage Penne Pasta
Wednesday: Smoked Pork Sandwiches
Thursday: Leftovers for boys
Friday: Philip ordered pizza for him and boys
Saturday: Philip and boys out to eat
Sunday: Stuffed Shells
Sunday Dessert: Ice Cream Sundaes
Italian Sausage Penne Pasta
This was a super quick and easy dinner to make on a busy school night. It took about 20 minutes to put together and everyone loved it. I didn’t have bell peppers on hand, so I just omitted those…I’m sure no one was mad about it.
Pork Shoulder Sandwiches
I love crockpot Wednesday! It’s my busiest day of the week, so it’s best to have it ready to go at dinner time. This one was super easy. I actually didn’t even do the rub…I just dumped all the ingredients in the crockpot and cooked on high for a few hours til it was super tender and crispy on some pieces. I served it on Hawaiian Rolls and served with chips and fruit. Easy peasy.
I was out of town all weekend, so I made stuffed shells ahead of time for my family. It’s one of our favorite recipes and a great one to stick in the freezer. Just defrost for a couple of hours before cooking, or add a few minutes to your cooking time if you’re cooking from frozen.
This is such a delicious and tempting dish, I will be making it for my family this weekend, thank you for sharing this post!
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