Meal Plan

November Menu with Grocery List

Drum roll please….. here is the November meal planner!  If you are looking for help planning a delicious Thanksgiving meal make sure to see Our Families Thanksgiving Dinner including recipes, grocery list, and even what time to put things in the oven!
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I work hard to balance things for my family .We are striving to eat better, to eat organically, to eat nutritiously, and to eat yummy food! Oh, and did I mention eat on a budget! Our family feels these meals are:
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  • My meals are nutritious & well balanced!
  • My meals are thrifty! (we pinch pennies by making good use of what foods are in season) Groceries cost our family of 5 about $125/week
  • My food is yummy! (These are all recipes my family loves; we include a dessert once a week and seasonal favorites)
  • My food is “real” and my family chooses to buy at least the dirty dozen organic!   (If you are looking for menus with boxed items, this is probably not for you)

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November Meal Planner

In October our home gardens are being closed up. The meal planner will incorporate seasonal items like pumpkins and gourds and lots of 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) Lime-Cilantro Quinoa Salad Sweet Chili & Cornbread Caramelized Pumpkin Seeds
Tuesday Oatmeal w/ fruit Leftover Sweet Chili & Cornbread Pumpkin & Cashew Stir Fry**
Brown Rice
string cheese
Wednesday Yogurt & Fruit English Muffin Pizza (w/ tomato sauce, cheese & olives) Souffle** Carrots
Thursday Blueberry Muffin  Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich**
Carrots
Grilled chicken (BBQ sauce opt)
acorn squash
Green Beans
Granola
Friday Farmer Eggs** with 2-3 potatoes, 1 pepper  & 2 eggs per person)
with juice
Baked potato with cheese, sour cream, and broccoli baked beans & fresh bread** Apple
Saturday Pumpkin Waffles** with maple syrup Leftover baked beans & fresh bread** Cheese, black olive & Pepper Pizza

*save 1 pizza crust for Monday

celery with peanut butter
Sunday Baked Apple Cider Donuts Layered Herby Stew Mac & Cheese
Apples with Peanut Butter Dip
Popcorn
*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) Pumpkin- Apple Soup Leftover Apple with Peanut Butter Dip
Tuesday Oatmeal with fruit Leftover  Soup
Bread**
Steak
Cauliflower
Lg Baked Sweet Potato (topped with mixture of 2 TAB each butter, brown sugar, oats + marshmallows)
Banana
Wednesday Yogurt & Fruit Quesadilla (cheese or PB & choc chips)
Tortillas shells (save 1/2 for tomorrow lunch)
Orange Couscous Chicken
Peas
Peanut Honey Power balls
Thursday Banana Bread Egg Salad Wrap (with leftover tortilla from yesterday)
Spinach for small salad
Stir Fry (Broccoli & red pepper & onoin with 1 cup nuts) on brown rice fruit
Friday Fried Eggs + Fruit leftovers Eggplant Parmesan, pasta & sauce popcorn
Saturday pancakes Bratwurst topped 2 TAB buter cookes with chopped 3 onions & 2 apples on bun Cheese & Veggie Pizza cucumber slices
Sunday Smoothie Lasagna
Small Spinach salad
Leftover Lasagna
Garlic Bread
fruit

Treat: Best Brownies Ever

 

Week 3:

Breakfast Lunch Dinner Snack
Monday Fruit & Granola Spinach Salad with berries, candied nuts, and feta, cranberries & red onion Refried Bean Burritos w/ cheese & sour cream on homemade tortilla shells fruit
Tuesday Oatmeal with fruit Leftover Refried Bean Burritos Chicken Paprika Stew (with 1lb chicken only an no potato pierogies) granola
Wednesday Yogurt & Fruit Leftover Soup
Bread (suggestion in recipe **)
Scalloped Potatoes**
Carrots
celery with peanut butter
Thursday Homemade Applesauce (make the day before & save leftovers!) Pickle Sandwich on homemade bread** Veggie Burgers on homemade buns
Sweet Potato Fries
Granola
Friday Spinach/garden Omelet (add ground mustard & nutmeg) hummus on homemade Pita with peppers Reuben Sandwich
Apple
Popcorn
Saturday Homemade Cinnamon Rolls leftover Cheese & Pepperoni Pizza Homemade Applesauce
Sunday Carrot Apple Sauce Muffins Pork Chops & Applesauce
Green Beans
Egg in a Whole (leftover rye bread) fruit

Treat: Chocolate Chip Cookies (plus add 1 teas baking powder too!)

Week 4:

Breakfast Lunch Dinner Snack
Monday Fruit & Granola leftover hummus on pita, peppers Spaghetti Squash w/sauce + cheese & Homemade Bread** apple with peanut butter
Tuesday Oatmeal with fruit Peanut Butter & Jelly on Homemade Bread** Ground Beef Tacos (with onion, lettuce & tomato) on homemade tortilla shells granola
Wednesday Yogurt & Fruit Leftover Tacos Grilled Pear & Cheese
and Sweet Potato Fries
fruit
Thursday Homemade Applesauce (if leftover, apple if not) Appetizers before/after Thanksgiving meal Turkey (Thanksgiving Menu) Granola
Friday Scrambled Eggs
Potatoes & Green Peppers
Open faced Turkey Sandwiches (use up your leftovers!) Leftover Turkey Pot pie popcorn
Saturday Pumpkin Waffles** with maple syrup Leftovers Yummy Thanksgiving Leftover Soup fruit
Sunday Smoothie Leftover Soup with bread** Walnuts, Ham & Cheese…Oh My! carrots

Treat: Pumpkin Pie (as part of Thanksgiving Meal)
**Note if you would like to see our Thanksgiving Menu along with recipes, thanksgiving shopping list, and when to start cooking what to make it a stress free Thanksgiving dinner don’t miss our What to Make for Thanksgiving Dinner post!

{free} Weekly Shopping List Printable

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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} Printable 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

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About the author

Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of 123 Homeschool 4 Me. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Beth is also the creator of www.kindergartenworksheetsandgames.com where she shares Kindergarten spedicif worksheets,& educational ideas.

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