September 2018 Monthly Meal Plan is a post from Confessions of a Homeschooler. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Erica on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+! Also be sure to stop by her Community to join the discussion or her Store to see her latest items!
Hi friends! It’s time for the September Monthly Meal Plan! We’ve made it through our second week of school, and Whew! Honestly I wasn’t quite read to go back, but sometimes you just have to pull yourself up by the bootstraps and just do it! Am I right? How many of you felt the same way this year? I just wasn’t quite ready to give up my summer. As is evident by the fact that our paddleboards are still pumped up! So if the weather is nice, I can still get in a few days of lake time right?
My mom also came up last week and helped me make a ton of freezer meals to help make Back-to-School time easier. And I honestly couldn’t live without my meal plan too! I don’t have to think about what to make, I just look at our calendar and do what it says!
NEW LUNCH IDEAS!!
Speaking of which, I’ve been sharing our daily lunch ideas on my Instagram, and I’ll have them up on YouTube soon as well! So make sure to subscribe there if you want to have some more fun kid friendly lunch ideas!
So let’s see what we have in store for September shall we?
My monthly meal plans include breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack ideas for every day in the month!
Download the September 2018 Monthly Meal Plan below:
–>> For more fun recipes, visit my Recipes Page! If you haven’t already used this before, you can click on any of the underlined menu items to get to the recipe. I like to shop once a week, so I just make a list off of my menu plan and head to the store. I find that I spend less when I shop off of a list, then flying by the seat of my pants. I also end up with ingredients that will actually go together instead of a bunch of random items that don’t amount to anything.
Also, feel free to modify these menus to fit your needs, if you know you’ll have leftovers, than maybe skip one or two of the meals. It’ll save you time and money!
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