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Many people avoid meal planning because it’s about as much fun as washing dishes.  But if you consider how much money a plan can save you, it’s almost like being paid to do a chore!  Does that make it any better?

We are entering our busy season, so I’m trying to plan simple meals that are easy to make (or even better, slow cook so they are ready whenever we are!).  It’s ball season, so we are eating on our way out the door some nights.

As usual, I don’t assign a meal to a night, and I plan for 2 weeks at a time.  Because once I actually start this job, I’d rather do more of it at once than have to sit down next week and do it all over again.

To make it even easier, pair the meal plan with a standard grocery list.

2 Week Meal Plan for Late March: All 3 meals and snacks with recipes!

Our 2 Week Meal Plan



  • sandwiches  (PB&J, Nutella, PB&honey, lunchmeat, apple butter)
  • quesadillas
  • leftovers
  • muffins
  • hard boiled eggs

Supper  (with sides of potatoes, rice, noodles, and fresh cut veggies)

If you need meatless meal suggestions for Lent (or just because!), check out this post.  If you can’t convince the family to go meatless, I can help you with that, too!

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Our snacks and extras include

Those are the meals we love and the new ones we can’t wait to try this week!

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Do you meal plan one week at a time, or in a different way?