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March 31 - April 6, 2013

Weekly Meal Plan: March 31 - April 6, 2013  by RecipeTips.com

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Day 1

Dinner: 

Honey Glazed Spiral Ham

honey glazed spiral ham

Basting this ham with the glaze and its own juices keeps it tender and juicy. The caramelized outside is hard to resist. Try this ham at your next holiday dinner.
Creamy Cheddar Scalloped Potatoes

creamy cheddar scalloped potatoes

Tasty scalloped potatoes with a creamy sauce with a light cheesy flavor. A simple scalloped potato recipe that makes a great side dish.
Sesame Roasted Asparagus

sesame roasted asparagus

Just when you think roasted asparagus can't get any better! These sesame seeds add a little bit of nutty crunch to this vegetable. Seasoned perfectly with garlic, salt and pepper, this is a great side to any meat.
Scalloped Corn

scalloped corn

Apple Salad With Pineapple Dressing

apple salad with pineapple dressing

A simple combination of apples, grapes, and pineapple are coated with a delicious pineapple dressing for a light refreshing salad.
Moms Buns

mom's buns

Homemade buns will make any meal special. Freeze them so you can have them whenever you are ready to thaw a few. Nothing store bought will taste like these buns.
Coconut Triple Layer Cake

coconut triple layer cake

Baked with coconut in the cake, filled between layers and frosted with toasted coconut frosting, this cake is then topped off with a layer of coconut. This scrumptious cake recipe is sure to please any coconut lover.

Day 2

Dinner: 

Crunchy Ham Casserole

crunchy ham casserole

Great combination of ingredients. The flavor of the pasta, ham, and broccoli mingle together to create a tasty dish and the French fried onion topping give it just the right crunch.
Cole Slaw

cole slaw

A sweet cole slaw with added vegetables for extra crunch and flavor. A perfect side dish for any meal.
Crispy Peanut Butter Cookies

crispy peanut butter cookies

This crispy peanut butter cookie freezes perfectly. If you have any left to freeze, that is. These sweet treats go quickly. Perfect any time of the year.

Day 3

Dinner: 

Crock Pot Turkey

crock pot turkey

A whole turkey in the slow cooker? That's right and it can even still be frozen! How easy is that! Make sure you have a crockpot large enough so the lid fits. The meat just falls off the bones, so deboning is a synch. Great for turkey sandwiches.
Macaroni Egg Salad

macaroni egg salad

Egg salad with a little twist. Instead of serving as a sandwich, macaroni is added to make it a salad. A combination of two great tastes.
Delicious Guilt-Free Green Beans

delicious guilt-free green beans

A healthy and flavorful vegetable that will have you coming back for seconds. This recipe is a great way to use those beans in the garden.

Day 4

Dinner: 

Biscuit Pizzas

biscuit pizzas

Quick and easy meal the kids will love. Each one can be individually created with toppings of their preference.
Quick Italian Breadsticks

quick italian breadsticks

Everyone will enjoy these freshly seasoned, buttery, hot-out-of-the oven breadsticks with Italian classics like Chicken Parma or Lasagna Formaggio.
Quick Marinara Sauce

quick marinara sauce

A savory sauce for pizza or bread sticks.
Krispy Caramel Bars

krispy caramel bars

A crispy bottom crust covered with a sweet gooey caramel-like layer, which is topped with a layer of chocolate. These bars are just the right combination of crispy and chewy textures.

Day 5

Dinner: 

Classic Hamburger

classic hamburger

This is a simple combination of chuck and sirloin seasoned generously with salt and pepper. If you're going crazy, it can be topped with cheese and/or bacon.
Sweet Potato Oven Baked Fries

sweet potato oven baked fries

Oven baked sweet potato fries are a delicious and healthier alternative to the standard deep-fried French fry.
Simple Toss Salad

simple toss salad

Sometimes all you need to finish out your menu is a simple lettuce salad. You can add any of your favorite toppings you have on hand or just top it with your favorite dressing.

Day 6

Dinner: 

Herbed Chicken Casserole

herbed chicken casserole

A chicken and stuffing bake that is so comforting. The stuffing is soft in the gravy but crunchy on the top. This is a great way to use up leftover chicken or turkey.
Garlic Roasted Broccoli

garlic roasted broccoli

Roasting is a no-fuss way to add a boost of flavor the next time you are serving broccoli. The addition of garlic and a little parmesan cheese pairs nicely with its savory roasted flavor.
Banana Jell-o Salad

banana jell-o salad

A quick and easy jell-o salad that can be made with your favorite flavor of jell-o. Bananas and whipped topping are all it takes to give this jell-o salad a special taste.

Day 7

Dinner: 

Ultimate Brisket

ultimate brisket

This brisket is so tender and juicy. The tomato sauce it cooks in is delicious and full of flavor from the thyme and rosemary. Be sure to serve the sauce on the side of the brisket. Perfect with cooked cabbage. You could substitute more beef broth for the red wine, if desired.
Cabbage Patch Surprise

cabbage patch surprise

This is a great summertime grilling recipe. It'll taste just like your grandma's cabbage that's been cooking on the stove top all day! The last few minutes throw some steaks on the grill and garlic toast and you have a great tasting summertime meal!
Herb Roasted Red Potatoes

herb roasted red potatoes

These lightly seasoned red potatoes make a great side dish for any entree.
Krispy Mint Ice Cream Pie

krispy mint ice cream pie

Refreshing mint ice cream in a crispy chocolate-flavored crust. A minty-flavored dessert that makes a perfect light and tasty ending for any meal.
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