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March Menu

It seems that sharing my menu last month was a big hit! So, I will keep on sharing. This month Adam wanted us to go mostly gluten free. This means big changes to our menu this month. I also decided that it might be a good idea to stop having supper type meals for both lunch and supper. That means more of a pack it to go friendly lunch. Here is what we are having...

Lunch: Beef Salad (from my diabetic cookbook, no I'm not but I did have gestational diabetes)
Supper: Slow Cooker Chicken and Veggies

Lunch: Soup
Supper: PB&J (Adam closes, so we have our "lunch" meal in the evening)

Lunch: Tuna Cheese Quesadillas
Supper: Honey Sesame Chicken

Lunch: Slow Cooker Lasagna
Supper: Corn Dog Muffins

Lunch: Cheeseburger Quesadillas
Supper: Slow Cooker Sausage and Potatoes

Lunch: Cold Cut Spirals
Supper: Poor Man's Meal

Lunch: Pizza Quesadillas
Supper: Baked Spam (great recipe from our last trip to the Spam Museum)

A little recipe link up for you...

Six Sister's Stuff:
Honey Sesame Chicken

Thank you Pintrest!
Corn Dog Muffins

Depression Cooking With Clara
Poor Man's Meal
(Clara has some great frugal recipes and you learn a little about the depression while you watch her cook)


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