Monday, January 9, 2017

Menu Plan Monday: January 9- January 15


Today was a crazy day. We experienced Hurricane strength winds all day and it is still continuing as we speak. I had some plans to make some delicious Stuffed Shells for the Baptism of the Lord tonight but after my experience getting to and from work and the schools being shut down I believed it was safer to stay home. The boys celebrate their Baptism Anniversary on the 29th so we will just save that dinner for that evening. Please say a prayer to everyone affected by the crazy wind storm that hit us here in Colorado. 

On a higher note, we will be attending our first Hockey Game this Saturday! The boys don't even know yet! We have decided to do a family activity, whether it be a game night, watching a movie, going on a hike or something similar to make more family memories together. This is a bigger event than we will get most of the time but I am so excited!

Here is our Menu Plan for this Menu Plan Monday:

Monday: Baptism of the Lord
Leftover Epiphany Chicken A La King with Star of Bethlehem Biscuits

Tuesday:
Hawaiian BBQ Chicken Sandwiches

Wednesday:
Deli Sandwiches and Garden Salad

Thursday:
Chili

Friday:
Mexican Baked Spaghetti Squash

Saturday:
Eat Out as a Family

Sunday:
Leftover Dinner Buffet

I can't remember if I have shared my Hawaiian BBQ Chicken recipe before but it is loaded with fruits and veggies and a great quick and easy family meal that can be prepared in the crockpot!

Hawaiian BBQ Chicken:

2-3 Large Chicken Breast
1 Can Crushed or Cubed Pineapple.. your texture preference (Drained) 
1 Large Onion Diced
2 Cups Shredded Carrots
1 Bottle of Your Favorite BBQ Sauce
Salt and Pepper to taste

Place all ingredients into the Crockpot and cook on low 6-8 hours or high 4-6 hours. I like to serve this Chicken recipe on Kings Hawaiian Sweet Bread Rolls and top it with a dollop of coleslaw. 
Enjoy!

Sweet potato fries are an amazing side item to pair it with as well. You can also dump all these ingredients into a Gallon Ziplock bag for an easy Freezer to Crockpot meal. 

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