Meal Plan, September 23rd through October 6th

As usual, I am planning for two weeks.  Often times the second week gets moved around a bit but that’s okay!  I have a plan but allow myself to be flexible.

Here is my plan for the next two weeks:


  • Breakfast tacos
  • Green protein smoothies and toast
  • Toast, eggs, and fruit
  • Omelet 
  • Greek yogurt and homemade granola


  • Bean and cheese burritos 
  • Quesadillas
  • Cottage cheese, boiled eggs, veggies, and chips or Triscuits
  • Sandwich (or wrap), chips, and veggies and hummus
  • Greek salad with chicken breast 


  • Sunday, September 23rd- Pork chops, salad, and baked potatoes
  • Monday, September 24th- Whole roasted chicken and veggies with homemade bread and butter
  • Tuesday, September 25th- Venison, spinach, and sour cream enchiladas with spanish rice
  • Wednesday, September 26th- Leftovers
  • Thursday, September 27th- Biscuits, eggs, and fruit
  • Friday, September 28th- Finger foods
  • Saturday, September 29th- Taco soup
  • Sunday, September 30th- HAF homes (large Free Bird style burritos)
  • Monday, October 1st- Cheeseburger soup
  • Tuesday, October 2nd- Cheese enchiladas and black beans
  • Wednesday, October 3rd- Leftovers
  • Thursday, October 4th- Burrito bowls (pinto beans, brown rice, avocado, tomato, cheese, sour cream, salsa)
  • Friday, October 5th- Homemade pizza and veggie tray
  • Saturday, October 6th- Mini meat loaves, steamed broccoli, and mashed potatoes


  • Triscuits
  • Butter crackers (Walmart brand)
  • White cheddar cheez-its (Walmart brand)
  • Veggie straws
  • Veggie tray
  • Bananas and apples
  • Gogurt
  • Greek yogurt and homemade granola


  • Oatmeal coconut cookies
  • Italian coffee cake
  • Pumpkin cake in a mug
  • Chocolate chip cookies


Week 1-

  • Homemade bread for toast
  • Pumpkin cake in a mug
  • Oatmeal coconut cookies
  • Veggie tray
  • Veggies for omelets

Week 2-

  • Veggie tray
  • Italian coffee cake
  • Chocolate chip cookies

I am now using the Walmart pick up program and it has made a HUGE difference for me.  My spending is less, it’s not stressful AT ALL, and I come home feeling satisfied because I didn’t spend more than I planned.  It’s a great, great program!!  So thankful our Walmart started this!

Our HEB started Curbside as well and it just doesn’t compare to Walmart.  The website is harder to use, it wouldn’t even let me sign in or change my password, it costs $4.95 to use, and I have found that every single thing (except one thing) is more expensive.  So I’m thankful for Walmart!  I know lots of people complain about Walmart, but except for the pharmacy (it’s awful), I actually like them!

Anyway.  I’m thankful that I enjoy price comparison and that I can know in advance how much my groceries are going to cost.  It’s a great thing that the grocery world has done!

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