Weekly Recipes (with a lack of creativity)

This weeks’ recipe planning was centered around being easy!  I had a pretty busy weekend so wasn’t able to get to the store until last night.  And, since I work every day this week, the crockpot will be making an appearance! 
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So here are my dinner plans for this week:

Monday:

Last night we had tacos, just about as easy as it gets!  I used elk meat, low sodium taco seasoning, lettuce, avocados, salsa, Greek yogurt and whole wheat tortillas.  The tacos were delish!  You really can’t go wrong with Mexican food. 
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Tuesday:

Leftover tacos!  Surprise, surprise!  I go to Oula tonight and don’t get home until almost 8:00 so it’s just easiest to have leftovers or something really easy.  I’m sure they will taste just as delicious as last night. 

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(www.jackandfriends.com)

Wednesday:

Crockpot Swiss steak.  This one was a request from my boyfriend.  But, it looks really easy and tasty.  I’m not positive which recipe I am going to use yet…so as soon as I decide I will share the recipe with you guys. 

Thursday:

Hopefully we will have some steak left to make sandwiches.  But, if not, I plan to make a simple stirfry. 

Friday-Sunday:

For the weekend, dinners will likely be a combination of eating out and/or really simple dinners at home. 

(google images)
(google images)

My menu plans for this week are not overly exciting!  I will work on that for the next couple weeks 🙂 

Does anyone have some easy, tasty recipes to share??  Do you plan meals for the weekend too, or expect that something else will come up??

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