Weekly Meal Plan {Week 15}

October weekly meal plan

Happy Columbus Day!   We hope you had a great weekend!  My sister and her family were up visiting so we had lots of fun spending time with family this weekend.  We are all off today and are enjoying a relaxing day together.  Here is a look at what was on our menu last week.

Saturday: We had our monthly supper club.  This month’s theme was cheese grab bag. At our last dinner we all wrote down the names of two different cheeses.  We each randomly picked a cheese from the bowl and had to make a dish featuring that particular cheese.  The Weekend Chef picked halloumi and he made a Butternut Squash, Halloumi & Chili Omelette from Good Food.  I first picked smoked gouda and traded it in for a new pick, which ended up being AGED Gouda.  There were a lot of goudas in that bowl!  I made Savory Bread Pudding with Aged Gouda & Cheddar Cheese from Adventures in Cooking.  Both of these dishes were really good!

Sunday:  Leftovers.

Broccoli Rabe Turkey Burgers

Monday: I made Broccoli Rabe Turkey Burgers from Skinnytaste.  I added slices of mozzarella to our burgers and I served these with fries.  These burgers were okay.  They were lacking a little in flavor and weren’t my fave.

Pizza Casserole

Tuesday: I made Pizza Casserole from The Grant Life.   Honestly, I’m not sure if you can call this a recipe.  It’s basically a baked ziti with pepperoni, using jarred marinara sauce and shredded mozzarella cheese.  The kids really enjoyed this though and it was super easy to make.

BBQ  Chicken Apple, Bacon and Cheddar Quesadillas

Wednesday: I made BBQ Chicken,  Apple, Bacon and Cheddar Quesadillas from Closet Cooking.  The kids enjoyed these a lot.  I served these with rice and sautéed zucchini.

Apple Pie Pancake Rolls

Thursday: I made Apple Pie Pancake Rolls from Crazy for Crust.  I served these with breakfast sausage and yogurt.  The kids love anything breakfast for dinner and these were no exception.

Friday:  My sister and her family are visiting and we ordered pizza.



  1. I love to see what other families are eating for dinner! I think my kids would love the pizza casserole. I just started meal planning and created a weekly dinner menu with a space for family events to help me coordinate if I needed to cook that night, or what kind of meal I needed to cook – quick or leisurely. Dropping by from #MMBH

    • Hi Angela! Thanks for stopping by. I also love to see what other people cook for dinner. I am always looking for new recipes and inspiration!

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