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Week 346 Menu

Did you all have a great weekend?  Ours was great!  It was our last Saturday before basketball games start, so we enjoyed sleeping in, going running, cleaning the house, etc.  This year we have church at 11:00, so I love not having to get up super early to be ready on time.  

Yesterday I made these healthier no-bake cookies for a Sunday treat (mostly just because I wanted to try them).  My big kids definitely like the original no-bake cookies better, with sugar & butter in them, but my little guy and I liked these.  
This week I'm determined to be more organized, waste less time, and exercise more. My Fitbit friends and I are trying to get 100,000 steps between Monday and Friday. It's not as easy to do during the winter as it is during the summer. Gotta take some laps around my basement to get some extra steps.

One more thing...the sun is out today!  I love it.  It makes such a big difference.  The winter is super gray here in Washington.  I think my little guy and I will bundle up and go for a run.  

All right, menu time!  

Monday:  Make-Your-Own-Salad w/grilled spicy honey chicken, lettuce, cucumbers, black beans, white corn, avocado, homemade salsa, homemade ranch dressing, topped with homemade baked tortilla strips and maybe some cornbread muffins to motivate my salad-hating kids.  

Tuesday:  Breakfast Burritos

Wednesday:  Quick French Dip Pitas, baked sweet potato fries



Saturday:  Easy Night 


What are you making this week?  If you've menu planned, feel free to share!  Have a great Monday!  


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