Cinnamon Rolls (One can from Trader Joe's makes 5 large rolls-1 for each of us!)
Bean & Bacon Soup (courtesy of Aldi's)
Pan of Parker House Rolls (pulled out of the freezer and warmed)
The Pioneer Woman's delightful Cheeseburger Salad. This one is a winner! We loved it. Ree is right; the pickles make the salad.
Also, the red onions.
Also, the buttery croutons.
Skillet Granola with Fresh Strawberries and Blackberries
Leftovers of pizza, egg-rolls, and fresh Guacamole
(I love guacamole, but I thought the lime was overkill in that recipe-and I only used 1 lime instead of the required 2. Guacamole is one of those forgiving dishes, though-you can adjust the components as you like to suit your preferences!)
Oven Fried Chicken Tenders with Sauce, Roasted Red Potatoes, Steamed Peas
The chicken was easy. An old family favorite; something I've made since a teenager! Basically, you take your choice of chicken (traditionally, legs and thighs but for this meal I used tenderloins), dip in melted butter and then your choice of crushed saltine crackers or Ritz or a combination. Bake at about 350-400 degrees until chicken is cooked and tender and crust is crispy. The optional sauce, making it extra decadent, is equal parts of chive and onion cream cheese and chicken broth, whisked together and heated till creamy. Here is a similar recipe: Ritz Chicken with Cream Sauce.
Cold Cereal. End of story.
Zuppa Toscana Soup