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October 25 - 31, 2015

Weekly Meal Plan: October 25 - 31, 2015  by RecipeTips.com

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Day 1

Dinner: 

Clay Pot Baked Chicken

clay pot baked chicken

Cooked and served in a clay pot, which maintains moistness in the meat during baking and retains heat while serving, this succulent, tender chicken is irresistible.
Slow Cooker Cheesy Hash Browns

slow cooker cheesy hash browns

This tasty hash brown potato recipe is so easy to prepare that it will soon be one of your favorite side dishes to make for family and friends. This slow cooker recipe can be mixed up ahead of time and cooked when needed. A great dish for many special occasions.
Yogurt Mint Sauce

yogurt mint sauce

Light and refreshing, this sauce pairs well with grilled meats and vegetables.
Cream Cheese Lemon Bars

cream cheese lemon bars

Moist and full of flavor, these lemon bars are a spring classic. Lemon zest and lemon juice provide a fresh lemony flavor to these lemon bars. This easy bar recipe is just one of many you will find on our site.

Day 2

Dinner: 

Chicken and Rice Casserole

chicken and rice casserole

Baked in a savory cream sauce, this chicken and rice combination is rich in flavor and moist in texture.
Easy Cabbage Salad

easy cabbage salad

This crunchy sweet-and-sour salad, a favorite with kids, lends itself to endless variations. For instance, try adding celery, chopped apples or raisins.
Easy Applesauce

easy applesauce

This homemade applesauce recipe is easy to make and full of flavor. Use your favorite sauce apple to create an applesauce that you will love. If you have never made applesauce, let us show you how easy it is to make nice soft textured applesauce to enjoy this fall.

Day 3

Lunch: 

Old Fashioned Vegetable Beef Soup

old fashioned vegetable beef soup

This hearty, economical, old favorite has flavor unequalled by any ready-made version - well worth the time it takes. Cooking the meat on the bone adds a step to the process but provides a richer, deeper flavor. Amount and variety of vegetables can be varied to suit preference and availability. Reheats well - and tastes even better the next day.
Cocktail Pigs in a Blanket

cocktail pigs in a blanket

Fun little bites - perfect for a party. These easy to make snacks are made with hot dogs and crescent rolls. Add Pigs In a Blanket to your lineup of snacks for your next super bowl party.
Monster Cookie Bars

monster cookie bars

Kids will go crazy over these bars and they are so much easier than the cookies. Use the holiday colored M&Ms to make them festive for any time of the year.

Day 4

Lunch: 

Ricks Firehouse Chorizo Chili

rick's firehouse chorizo chili

This award winning chili provides lots of flavor, spice and heat, but can be easily made to be served for tastes from mild to fiery.
Stovetop Cornbread

stovetop cornbread

Since you don't have to wait for an oven to heat up, this cornbread is super quick to make. Be sure to use a heavy skillet to prevent burning the bottom, and don't overcook.
Oven Baked Apples

oven baked apples

Simple and easy to prepare, baked apples provide a healthy addition to breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Day 5

Dinner: 

Baked Chilean Sea Bass

baked chilean sea bass

This is a quick and easy way to prepare Chilean Sea Bass.
Oriental Coleslaw

oriental coleslaw

Ramen noodles, almonds, and sunflower seeds roasted together and tossed with seasoned cabbage make this salad a favorite accompaniment to burgers. With its crunchy texture and flavorful dressing, this salad also makes a perfect side dish for any type of sandwich.
Mandarin Orange Cake

mandarin orange cake


Day 6

Dinner: 

Mulligan Stew

mulligan stew

Traditionally, mulligan stew was an improvised dish prepared by hobos with whatever food they could get, but it has gradually come to represent a variation of Irish beef stew, often served as a St. Patrick's Day main dish.
Corn Snacks Oven Roasted

corn snacks, oven roasted

Oven roasting this snack, which is similar to Corn Nuts®, makes it crunchy and delicious, like the early American snack of toasted traditional corn.
Slow Cooker Baked Squash

slow cooker baked squash

This is an easy way to prepare hard-rind winter squash, without peeling before cooking. If the squash fits the cooker, just wash and cook it whole. Otherwise cut it to size--so it works either way.
Apple Butter Cake

apple butter cake

With just the right blend of spices and apple butter, this Apple Butter Cake will be a family favorite. Apple butter and the fresh apples in this recipe are what make this cake moist and full of flavor. Learn how to make your own homemade apple butter.

Day 7

Breakfast: 

Overnight Egg Bake

overnight egg bake

A great combination of flavors with eggs, sausage, cheese, and peppers. This make-ahead egg bake is a great addition to any breakfast or brunch table. Give it a southwest flair by topping it with salsa. Visit our site for more Egg Breakfast recipes.
Whole Wheat English Muffins

whole wheat english muffins

Whole-wheat flour makes these bread rounds nutritious as well as delicious. The preparation is unusual in that this bread is cooked on the stovetop rather than baked in the oven.
Zucchini Bread with Crumble Topping

zucchini bread with crumble topping

Moist zucchini bread with a crumbly brown sugar topping. This recipe is a great way to turn zucchini into a delicious treat.
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