What’s On the Menu This Week At Copper’s House

This week’s menu is nothing special.  A lot of tried and true, family favorites, most quick to fix, to best fit our busy week ahead.  We’ll be in town Monday for a couple of appointments and then in town again Friday for the mega shop.  Dani will be gone Wednesday until Friday evening.  Add to that the increased rate of activity that comes with the pending holidays, and easy to fix menus are a blessing!

Not much new on the menu, but there is one recipe for Raisin Bran Muffins that I’ll have to share with you later  this week.  If your stumped for menu planning ideas, be sure to check out this week’s Menu Plan Monday for some inspiration.


Breakfast – Cold Cereal
Lunch – (Lunch out in town after dental appointments)
Dinner – Homemade Four Meat Pizza (pepperoni, linguica, sausage and ground beef), Greeen Salad

Breakfast –  Sausage patties, fried eggs, toast (from Portuguese Sweet Bread made in the machine)
Lunch – Baked Potatoes with all the fixin’s
Dinner – Spaghetti, Green Salad, Garlic Bread

Breakfast – Waffles
Lunch – Meat sandwiches, chips
Dinner – Tri Tip Roast (marinated in homemade teriyaki sauce), Basmati Rice Pilaf, Steamed Broccoli

Breakfast – Rolled 5 Grain (hot cereal)
Lunch – Beef Soft Tacos (from left over roast), fruit
Dinner – Aztec Quiche Find the recipe here, Health Nut Muffins (both from my freezer stash)

Breakfast – Pancakes
Lunch – In Town for the Mega Shop
Dinner – Sub Sandwiches, chips

Breakfast – *Raisin Bran Muffins, Scrambled Eggs
Lunch – Chef Dani’s Choice
Dinner – Hobo Dinners, green salad

Breakfast – Audrey’s Coffee Cake
Lunch – Fellowship meal at church, we’ll take Hamburger Corn Casserole, sliced fruit, Peanut Butter Blossoms
Dinner – Wild Dinner (my son, Will’s, term for our Sunday evening meal – popcorn, left overs, etc.)

God bless you as you look well to the ways of your household!
Proverbs 31:27



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7 comments to What’s On the Menu This Week At Copper’s House

  • :sunny: I just love reading your menu plans! Ü
    This week my children have Christmas play practice until 8pm every night so I am making meals up ahead that I can reheat when they get home…
    Have a wonderful and blessed week! :heartbeat:

  • What 5 grains do you use in your rolled 5 grain cereal?? I did a 5 grain cereal recently, but it was all ground up, more like cream of wheat. Still tasty, but I think I would like the rolled cereal too!

  • jengi33 – I don’t have a grain flaker of any sort, so I have to buy my rolled cereals.  I’m including a link to the rolled 5 grain we like.  It’s the texture of old-fashioned oats, perhaps just a bit chewier, and the taste is wonderful!  The 5 grain is also incredibly good in place of oats in oatmeal cookies.  The 5 grains used are oats, wheat, rye, barley, triticale & flax seeds (5 grains and 1 seed, I guess!).    Here’s a link to the product http://www.truefoodsmarket.com/product_info.php/products_id/557

  • yummy menu as always!!!!!


  • Hi Cheryl,

    I love Bob’s Red Mill grains. Thanks for the link.

    Have a blessed day.


  • Hi Cheryl,

    I have a quick ? Do you use white sugar or what do you use?



  • Elizabeth – Your question is complicated!:wink:    Did you have a specific recipe or use in mind?  We use evaporated cane juice (in granular form) or organic sugar for Will in place of white sugar almost exclusively.  We are gradually working toward changing almost all of our white sugar use to this product.  Does that help?  If not, ask again and I’ll see if I can help you further.