Menu Plans for Busy Moms

The holiday crush is here…make your life a little bit easier over the next week by creating a menu plan for your family.

And hey, if you don’t even have time to do that, you can copy mine!

Knife and fork next to white plate on a wooden table

As Christmas day draws nearer, I’ve been feeling more anxious every day. We’re having some out-of-town company for the holidays, so getting the house cleaned and ready and stocked with food is a priority this week, along with all the other regular stuff on my plate.

But I finally sat down last night and made a menu plan for the week, along with a menu plan for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. I can’t tell you how much better I feel knowing that I have a plan and now just have to execute it.

If you’re feeling anxious about your holiday meal times, I’ve got something that can help….and it’s totally FREE!

Meal planning tips for the holidays

This free PDF is chock-full of tips from homemaking and meal planning experts for a stress-free, joy-filled holiday season.

Make this Christmas the one you remember for its simplicity and the refreshing time you spent with family and friends (and not stressing out about the kitchen chaos). You deserve to sit down and actually eat a meal while its still warm (and then have a cookie. Or two).

I hope this helps!!

As usual, my menu plan is Trim Healthy Mama-friendly. If you aren’t familiar with Trim Healthy Mama, head over to read all about how I became a Trim Healthy Mama and lost 35 pounds in 7 months.

Here’s what’s on the menu this week:

Sprouted wheat pancakes, clementine, collagen coffee (E)
Fried eggs, sausage, berries (S)
Scrambled Eggs with cheese, bacon, sauteed zucchini and mushrooms or spinach (S)

Leftovers most days
Turkey and cheese on a low-carb wrap, berries (S)
Sesame noodle stir-fry (from the back of the Trim Healthy Noodles package) (S)

Taco Night (S)
Cabb and Saus Skillet, deviled eggs (S)
Pork chops, broccoli (S)
Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Bowls (E)
BBQ Meatballs, green beans (S)
Bacon Ranch Chicken Casserole, salad (S)
Eat Out

I’ve taken most of my dinners from the Trim Healthy Table Cookbook (affiliate link).

If you need some inspiration for your own menu plan, check out my past menu plans and the Menu Plan Monday link-up over at Org Junkie. Be sure to grab your free menu planning printable to help make your planning easy.

What’s on your menu this week?

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3 thoughts on “Menu Plans for Busy Moms”

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    Your menu plan looks good. We’ll be having pork chops tonight be instead of broccoli we’ll be having roasted cauliflower and potatoes.

    I hope you have a great week.

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