Monday, July 7, 2008

Menu Planning Monday


You can see more weekly menus here

Sunday: Baked Chicken with veggies and Potatoes

Monday: Chicken pillows: shred left over chicken, add 1/2 package of low fat cream cheese, 1/2 chopped onion, 2-3 chopped stalks of celery and a little ranch dry dressing mix, mix well and put in center of a low fat crescent roll. Bake at 375 for 12-15 minutes until roll is brown. (WW friendly)

Tuesday: Spaghetti. I take frozen meat that I have already cooked which makes it so easy- add a jar of spaghetti sauce, real Parmesan cheese and rolls. If I feel particularly energetic, a green salad.

Wednesday: Roast which is already cooked and frozen in freezer, waiting for me.

Thursday: Left overs!

Friday: Reuben Sandwiches. Toast Rye bread and add low fat Thousand Island dressing. Top with Turkey pastrami from deli section and sauerkraut in a can- after you heat both in skillet, and add some Swiss cheese also from deli. (WW friendly)

8 comments:

ValleyGirl said...

Mmmmm, the Pillows and Reubens sound very yummy! Can I come over?

Rae said...

I love the chicken pillow recipe! I just bought reduced fat crescent rolls today...along with a WW's magazine! :)

Kathy said...

Bobbie!

Thank you for welcoming me to MPM.

Your Chicken Pillow recipe is similar to the Savory Crescent Chicken Squares (from Pillsbury.com) that we make. They are DELISH! LOL!

I am looking forward to reading through your blog!

Crystal said...

Thanks for stopping by! Reuben sandwiches sound soo yummy! Actually anything with sauerkraut sounds yummy! I rarely think of things like that! I need to start making me a list so that I can add different things to my menus... I often get stuck in a rut!

Karin said...

The chicken pillows sound SO good - but there's no way I could sneak that cream cheese by DH. Still, I'm going to squirrel the recipe away because it could make a fine lunch for DD and I some post-chicken dinner day. :)

Lorie said...

The Pillows sound GREAT!

Cuzn said...
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Cuzn said...

Hi - I enjoy your menus My plans are to try some of them - and enjoy the meal. So - who exactly is (superstar) Molly that you wrote about over the weekend.
And - how is your floor coming along - Be blessed !