This eBook contains 4 weeks worth of menus, ready-made grocery lists, and recipes.
Busy teachers know that couponing isn't something that they have a lot of time to
invest in. However, often we are on tight budgets and need to streamline our grocery shopping.
My solution was to come up with simple menus, which I rotate. I store these in a page protector that is secured to my refrigerator with a magnet. On Monday, I move the new menu to the front.
I have also pre-made the grocery lists that go along with each menu. I print the grocery list from my computer before heading to the grocery store so that I can write on it and make any changes or additions that I need to make.
There are only 6 days for each menu. That's because we usually eat out one
day a week. I add fruits that are in season for snacking in between meals and we try to eat very little junk food.
I hope this menu plan is helpful, if for no other reason than to give you a
guide to follow. You can plan menus that include the foods your family
loves. You may enjoy cooking way more than I do and wish to serve more
"from scratch" recipes. I have put a blank shopping list and menu sheet at the back of this resource so that you can create your own menus.