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February 16 - 22, 2014

Weekly Meal Plan: February 16 - 22, 2014  by RecipeTips.com

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Day 1

Dinner: 

Slow Cooker Beef Roast

slow cooker beef roast

This beef roast is prepared using a slow cooker recipe that creates a tender beef roast with flavorful juices that are used to make a delicious gravy. There are many slow cooker meat recipes that provide you with a great tasting main course.
Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes

slow cooker mashed potatoes

No ones wants to hurry up and mash potatoes minutes before a holiday dinner is served. These potatoes can be made up early and still be creamy when dinner is served.
Scalloped Corn

scalloped corn

Colorful Italian Vegetable Salad

colorful italian vegetable salad

A refreshing salad filled with vegetables. Cauliflower and broccoli covered in Italian dressing is perfect for a light lunch or brought to a picnic.
Fat Free Double Chocolate Pudding Pie

fat free double chocolate pudding pie

Two creamy layers of pudding and whipped topping with a chocolate wafer crust. It's as easy as "pie"! And fat free, too.

Day 2

Dinner: 

Notes: If desired, add a couple of chicken breasts with the chicken thighs for the white meat lovers in the house.
Spicy Honey Brushed Chicken Thighs

spicy honey brushed chicken thighs

With all the spices on this chicken recipe, it's full of flavor. And the honey sweetens it all up.
Japanese Fried Rice

japanese fried rice

Leftover rice is perfect and actually works out the best in fried rice recipes. The vegetables add color and flavor and the soy sauce adds just the right touch of seasoning.
Curry Roasted Cauliflower

curry roasted cauliflower

You don't need to be a curry lover to drool over this delicious side dish. The cauliflower caramelizes and melds perfectly with the curry.

Day 3

Dinner: 

Crockpot French Dip Sandwich

crockpot french dip sandwich

Are you feeding a crowd? Here's a great set-it-and-forget-it recipe that is full of flavor. There is just something about the Italian dressing that adds so much flavor to beef roast.
Pasta Salad with Red Peppers

pasta salad with red peppers

A versatile pasta salad that can be changed up with the addition of tuna, chicken, or ham. Make it according to what will go best with your dinner that day.
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.

Day 4

Dinner: 

Ham and Cheese Hash Brown Casserole

ham and cheese hash brown casserole

Hash browns, ham, and cheese all in one dish for a tasty casserole that your family is sure to love. This is a perfect dish to prepare when you have leftover ham.
Parmesan Roasted Broccoli

parmesan roasted broccoli

Broccoli roasted with garlic is a favorite among young and old. The best part is you put it in the oven and forget about it until 20 minutes later. The basil and lemon add a fresh flavor to the warm broccoli.
Yogurt Ambrosia

yogurt ambrosia

Yogurt adds a pleasing tanginess to balance the sweetness of the other ingredients. The recipe can be doubled or tripled, and it keeps well in the refrigerator.

Day 5

Dinner: 

Wendys Restaurant Chili

wendy's restaurant chili

Just like the restaurant, this chili is thick and delicious. Top it with sour cream and cheese and serve it up at your next football game. Everyone will love it since it has a little spice but not too much.
Bologna Sandwich Spread

bologna sandwich spread

Tired of the same old sandwiches in your lunch bag every day? Try this new take on ham salad using bologna. Full of flavor and budget friendly.
Homemade Root Beer Float

homemade root beer float

No need to go to the ice cream parlor for a great tasting root beer float! This is one do-it-yourself treat that the entire family will want to help prepare.

Day 6

Dinner: 

Notes: Serve with shredded lettuce, salsa, and sour cream.
Burrito Bake

burrito bake

An easy way to enjoy beefy bean burritos. The cheese and crushed Doritos add flavor and a little crunch to this Mexican casserole.
Mexican Corn Cakes

mexican corn cakes

A fun way to use left over corn on the cob.
Mexican Chocolate Brownies

mexican chocolate brownies

A touch of cinnamon transforms a brownie mix into the perfect dessert for a Mexican dinner at home.

Day 7

Dinner: 

Roasted Chicken Legs

roasted chicken legs

Chicken legs are a favorite among all ages. Why not make a meal from them? Perfectly seasoned and cooked up to make a tasty chicken. Serve it beside mashed potatoes and green beans.
Golden Parmesan Potatoes

golden parmesan potatoes

Crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, these potatoes will be a hit in your household. Forget about the frozen potatoes and take a few extra minutes to make your own. Peeled or unpeeled, either way is delicious.
Garlicky Peas

garlicky peas

Spruce up those ordinary peas into something fabulous. Those green spheres aren't just for color on your plate anymore, they taste great, too.
Cashew Lettuce Salad with Vinaigrette

cashew lettuce salad with vinaigrette

This salad will surprise you how tasty it is. The mustard in the dressing add a great tanginess without overpowering. Add some grilled chicken to make it a meal or serve it as a side salad for your pasta dish.
Triple Layer Colored Cake

triple layer colored cake

This is an easy way to make a fun birthday cake without all the hassle. Use any of your favorite food colors to make it yours. Holiday colors are another great way to create this masterpiece.
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