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September 30 - October 6, 2012

Weekly Meal Plan: September 30 - October 6, 2012  by RecipeTips.com

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Day 1

Dinner: 

Notes: If you feel that you need to add more vegetables to have enough to serve everyone just add what you feel you need and roast everything in a larger pan.
Rump Roast with Vegetables

rump roast with vegetables

Savory and flavorful dish for a great family dinner.
Pan Gravy

pan gravy

A rich, smooth gravy, made from the meat drippings, that will provide a savory sauce to enhance the flavor of any meat or potato dish.
Pineapple Pretzel Salad

pineapple pretzel salad

A delicious salad that has just the right mix between a sweet and salty taste. The crushed pretzels provide for a crunchy texture and the pineapple provides great flavor. This sweet salad is often mistaken for a dessert.
Buttery Drop Biscuits

buttery drop biscuits

Easy to make baking powder biscuits with a buttery flavor. These biscuits are perfect for dipping in soups and stews or as a side to any casserole. They are a nice addition to any meal.
Chocolate Mousse Cake

chocolate mousse cake

Chocolate mouse filling inside a moist chocolate cake doesn't get any better. And the chocolate mousse is easy and creamy. The raspberry adds a hint of mystery to the dessert.

Day 2

Dinner: 

Cheesy Hamburger Noodle Hotdish

cheesy hamburger noodle hotdish

Quick and easy hotdish that can be prepared on the stovetop.
Gourmet Italian Peas

gourmet italian peas

I don't do much with peas but the seasonings and the garlic are a great flavor enhancer to the frozen peas. Here's a green vegetable that will brighten up your plate and your palate.
Layered Jell-O and Banana Salad

layered jell-o and banana salad

Layered with Jell-O, bananas, and whipped topping, this recipe is super easy to make and one that the whole family will enjoy. A simple salad that will go with any meal.

Day 3

Dinner: 

Baked Butterfish

baked butterfish

This flaky fish flavored with lemon and butter is a light and healthy dinner you can make any night of the week. With very little fussing, it is done in under 20 minutes, prepared and baked. Serve it beside a green vegetable and baked potatoes.
Instant Cheese Potatoes

instant cheese potatoes

This recipe is a great way to add some extra flavor to instant potatoes. Your family won't settle for plain potatoes anymore.
Broiled Broccoli

broiled broccoli

Here's an easy vegetable to go with your main meal. Broccoli brings out a whole new flavor when it is broiled instead of steamed.

Day 4

Dinner: 

Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich

grilled ham and cheese sandwich

An easy grilled sandwich that is perfect for a quick weeknight meal. On those busy nights it is nice to be able to serve your family a hot and hearty sandwich without spending too much time in the kitchen.
Grandmas Easy Chicken Noodle Soup

grandma's easy chicken noodle soup

Soup that tastes like you worked on it all day but actually ready in less than an hour. Serve this soup with soda crackers and peanut butter sandwiches. The frozen egg noodles are as close to homemade as you'll find and work perfectly in this soup.
Apple Caramel Bars

apple caramel bars

Soft, gooey, autumn treat that is sure to satisfy. Fresh apples and caramel topping are used to give a caramel apple flavor to these bars. Use our apple guide to select the best apple to use. Also, see All About Apples to learn how to prepare them for other apple recipes.

Day 5

Dinner: 

Turkey Kielbasa and Vegetable Casserole

turkey kielbasa and vegetable casserole

The colorful medley of ingredients in this stovetop casserole create a delicious blend of complementary flavors.
Squash Scones

squash scones

The earthy flavor of squash gives these light and flaky scones a distinctive taste that goes so well with a number of savory accompaniments. Enjoy them with coffee or tea as a delicious alternative to sweet scones or serve them with an autumn harvest supper instead of the usual bread, rolls, or biscuits.
Spiced Cider Punch

spiced cider punch


Day 6

Dinner: 

Taco Casserole with Ground Beef

taco casserole with ground beef

Save the mess of tacos and create this casserole instead. Your kids are sure to love it. The crescent rolls make a crust on the bottom that is flaky and golden brown.
Spanish Rice with Vegetables

spanish rice with vegetables

Cinnamon Tortilla Crisps

cinnamon tortilla crisps

A sweet, crunchy snack that can garnish ice cream desserts or be garnished with slices of cheese.

Day 7

Dinner: 

Quick and Easy Oven Fried Chicken

quick and easy oven fried chicken

Enjoy the finger lickin goodness of this oven fried chicken. It is super easy and taste like it was fried in a pan. It has crispy skin with moist and flavorful meat.
Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes

creamy garlic mashed potatoes

You'll never make creamier potatoes than this recipe right here. The garlic doesn't overpower. For an even creamier side dish, try heating the half 'n half over low heat before adding to the potatoes.
Caramelized Fried Apples

caramelized fried apples

Amazingly easy to prepare and so tasty, this dish is a terrific accompaniment for pork or chicken or it can be served as a simple, yet satisfying dessert. Our apple preparation guide will show you how to peel, core, and slice apples for this caramelized fried apples recipe.
Garlic green beans 5

garlic green beans 5

Garlic lovers are sure to love these buttery green beans. They are the perfect side dish for any meat. Be careful not to overcook as you don't want your beans to get mushy.
Pumpkin Pie Cake

pumpkin pie cake

Enjoy the great taste of pumpkin pie without having to make pie crust.
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