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Sunday Meal Plan Nov 1- 7

 Meal Planning is a great way to save time and money, every week!


Happy November! Wow what a crazy month October was! I managed to share a new recipe with you guys every day, for 31 days, and I had a blast doing it! Now that November is here, I need to start thinking comfort food and Christmas baking. I hope to share fantastic soup, stew, chowder, homemade bread, casserole and dessert recipes with you this month. 

This past week was so much fun! Last night was Halloween. We carved our pumpkins and made little goody bags to give to any trick or treaters who made it to our door. We ended up with 29 kids, which is pretty good considering the pandemic. This is our first year in our new neighbourhood, so I wasn't sure what to expect. The kids, my SO and I settled in to watch movies (we introduced them to the original IT movie) and snacked on Halloween candy. I've been trying to eat only a few pieces, but I think extra workouts may be in the books for this week, LOL.

We don't really have important plans this week. Just online learning for the kids and taking our Halloween decorations down. Here is my meal plan for the week

I'm sharing my meal plan over at 

OrgJunkie.com's Menu Plan Monday

Little Cottage Link Party

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  1. I wish I could convince my guys that breakfast could be dinner LOL. Its the best :). Leftover nights are alway a win in my book. Fridge gets emptied and we throw away less food! Sounds like a tasty week!

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    1. Thank you! we love breakfast for dinner and have it several times a month. Great on the grocery budget Haha

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