February Family Meal Planner with free printable grocery list

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

February Family Meal Planner with free printable grocery list

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Save time with this free February Meal Planner. I hope you all enjoy spending the extra time planning for your homeschool, making valentine’s, baking sugar cookies, and playing with your kids!   February Meal Planner is free with 4 weeks of menus, recipes, and weekly printable grocery list. #mealplanner #recipes

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If you've never used our free monthly family meal planner you are in for a treat. I've done all the work for you. Each month includes 4 weeks of meals, recipes, and weekly printable grocery items. You will even find seasonal recipes - and it's all FREE! My meals are an outcome of me striving to feed my family better - organically, nutritiously, and still yummy food! Oh, and did I mention eat on a budget! Our family feels these meals are:
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February Meal Planner

In February we are all still staying in out of the cold winter. The menus will incorporate seasonal warm-you-up soups.   Our meal plan feeds our family of 5.  So for all you busy moms out there – dinner is served {and you didn’t even have to plan it!}

Week 1:

 

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Snack

Monday Fruit & Granola (use coconut oil)

 Refried Bean Burritos with homemade taco shells (save 1/2 for Wed.) Best Ever Tomato Soup fruit
Tuesday Oatmeal w/ fruit Pizza Quesadilla (with leftover taco shells) Soufflé** carrots
Wednesday Yogurt & Fruit Leftover Soup & Grilled Cheese (w/homemade bread – save extra for tomorrow) Creamed Chicken over Biscuits popcorn
Thursday Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin leftover baked beans & fresh bread** Granola
Friday Farmer Eggs** with 2-3 potatoes, 1 pepper  & 2 eggs per person)
with juice
Roquefort Pear Salad Spaghetti Squash with Pasta Sauce, green beans bell pepper with hummus
*only eat 1/2 hummus
Saturday  Heart bagels leftovers Cheese & Veggie Pizza

*save 1 pizza crust for Monday
celery with peanut butter
Sunday Fruit Salad  Slow Cooker Cranberry Roast with mashed potatoes and cauliflower Mac & Cheese with Broccoli fruit
*Granola makes 20-24 servings – save the rest for other days on menu (keeps in air tight container for 2-3 weeks)
**Recipe in Shopping List Download

Week 2:

 

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Snack

Monday Fruit & Granola Calzone (using saved crust) with pepperoni (optional) Baked Potato Soup
(use butter instead of margarine!)
bell pepper with humus (leftover)
Tuesday Oatmeal with fruit leftover soup Creamy Spinach Fettuccine fruit
Wednesday Yogurt & Fruit  Eggplant & Mozzarella Sandwiches with a apple Quinoa & Black Beans
(use coconut oil; cook dry beans
String Cheese
Thursday Breakfast Burrito Baked potato with cheese, sour cream, and broccoli Stir Fry (Vegetarian with mushroom, 1 pepper, spinach &  1 cup nuts) fruit
Friday Banana Bread Greek Pasta Salad Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, carrots Cucumber Slices
Saturday pancakes leftover Cheese  Pizza Garbanzo Bean Snack
Sunday Smoothie BBQ Chicken Pie** Egg in a Hole  fruit
Treat: Easy Valentine’s Day Fudge


Week 3:

 

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Snack

Monday Fruit & Granola Leftover Spicy White Bean Soup** fruit
Tuesday Oatmeal with fruit Leftover Soup Georgia Chicken Bake with stuffing** and carrots granola
Wednesday Yogurt & Fruit Egg Salad Sandwich with homemade vienna bread** Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce (recipe coming 2/13/14) with pasta & peas celery with peanut butter
Thursday Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins PB&J on leftover bread with fruit & carrots Peanut Chicken**with Rice Granola
Friday Spinach/garden Omelet (add ground mustard & nutmeg) Black Bean Taco Salad** with Tortilla Chips Scalloped Potatoes** and broccoli fruit
Saturday slow cooker oatmeal leftover  Cheese & Veggie Pizza popcorn
Sunday Blueberry Breakfast Cake Fajitas with peppers, red onions and homemade tortilla shells (+cheddar + sour cream) Red Beans & Rice** fruit
Treat: Oatmeal Cookies with chocolate chip & nuts

Week 4:

 

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Snack

Monday Fruit & Granola hummus on pita, peppers Broccoli & Cauliflower Soup** apple with peanut butter
Tuesday Oatmeal with fruit leftover soup Chicken Marsala with mozzarellla/tomato salad (breadsticks optional) granola
Wednesday Yogurt & Fruit refried bean burritos
+ tortilla shells (extra for Sat)
Spaghetti Pie** fruit
Thursday Sweet Potato Muffins *use coconut oil and 1/2 sugar  Cranberry Spinach Salad  Veggie Burgers on homemade buns
Sweet Potato Fries
Granola
Friday Scrambled Eggs
Potatoes & Green Peppers
Cheese & Crackers Tuna Noodle Bake popcorn
Saturday Breakfast Tortillas
(use olive oil & 4 fresh potatoes)
Leftovers Cheese & Veggie Pizza fruit
Sunday Cinnamon Rolls  Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Pork Chops & SautĂ©ed apples & Onions with green beans Spinach & Red Pepper Pesto Pasta Salad fruit
Treat: Classic Cheesecake with blueberries


{free} Weekly Shopping List Printable

First off, because I know you are going to ask, where is the Menu {free} printable?  I know I usually have free printables for everything! But I think it will be more helpful to you if you just read the menu {this post} on your smart phone, ipad, or computer. All the recipes are hyperlinked for your convenience! {This is how I am cooking now too}

>> {free} February Weekly Shopping Lists <<



You can also pull up your shopping list from your smart phone, but I know sometimes it is easier to print this off to add your own notes {things you already have, add’l household supplies you need, etc.} Each weekly shopping list contains everything you need to make the recipes that week.  Easy Peasy!

If you notice a mistake, please let me know so I can fix it. Thanks

 

Feedback

I’d love to hear from you if you used my meal planner. What’s your families favorite meal?

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    9 comments:

    1. These are some great ideas God Bless you for sharing.

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      1. Thanks for leaving such a sweet note Charmaine!

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    2. I can't wait to try this. I'm tired of trying to figure out what to eat for our family of 5 and work ot too.

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      1. It can be quite time consuming to do month after month. Hope this helps Amanda!

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    3. Everything looks so good! I can't wait to try the new recipes, and keep making some of the old. Just a quick question: When are we going to get the recipe for the fudge? I am trying to make my grocery list now for February!

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      1. Hope you find some new favorites Alina. The fudge recipe is live now =)

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    4. Hi....came to your site via Pinterest. I *LOVE* meal-planning, and I *LOVE* finding websites about that subject--new ideas, new recipes. You are now pinned to my "Meal Planning" board!

      Two questions: 1.) In your grocery lists under "Seasonings," you list pepper yeast. Can you tell me what that is? Or is it a case of leaving out a comma? LOL! 2.) In your recipe for Vienna Bread, one of the ingredients you list is gluten. How do I do that? Is it actually a separate product I can buy in the grocery store?

      Thanks for helping. And thanks for doing this!

      Kelley

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    5. Great stuff! I've been meal planning a week at a time for a couple of years now. It's nice to get some new ideas. One problem - the Baked Potato Soup recipe, when you click on Kitchen Friendly View, shows the Baked Ziti recipe. :(

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      1. Just checked the link and the Baked Potato Sour recipe link is working. Try it again, sometimes computers are just glitchy =)

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