Saturday, June 9, 2018

My Frugal Kitchen ~ What We Ate This Week

Saturday & Sunday
Chicken Teriyaki - Sorry, no photo. 
Steamed Vegetables
Fried Rice

Monday
Pizza  - Sorry, no photo. 

Tuesday

Bisquick 
Chicken Pot Pie



Wednesday 

Meatloaf
Mixed Vegetables
Cole Slaw






Thursday
Meatloaf
Mixed Vegetables
Cole Slaw 
Potatoes & Carrots 







Friday
Bacon & Cheddar Burgers with all the Trimmings
Sorry - no photo

We stopped in Food City to pick up an RX and found these on yellow sticker, so we bought them and brought them home for dinner. Sorry, no photo. 

Breakfast

We've been in use it up mode this summer. This week I'm using up a box of Quaker oatmeal packets that I bought on yellow sticker markdown. 

I'm also using up the Craisins we bought on clearance at Dollar General. 

And...I'm using roasted cinnamon in my oatmeal. Have you tried it? It has a different flavor over ordinary cinnamon. 




That's what was on the menu in our home this week. What's been on the menu in your home?

Belinda
~ Living within our Means ~

8 comments :

Nil @ The Little House by the Lake said...

Your meals looks delicious as usual. :)
I've never tried roasted cinnamon. I wonder if I can roast regular cinnamon powder. I should give it a try one day. :)

Belinda said...

Thank you! I'm sure you could roast regular cinnamon, Nil. It's really good on sweet potatoes.

Anonymous said...

I am intrigued by the roasted cinnamon. As one who dumps double or triple the amount of cinnamon in my cooking, I will need to try this.
And yay for biquick! That pot pie looks scrumptious!

Belinda said...

Thank you, Jane. Definitely try the roasted cinnamon and see what you think. :)

thyme2Bthrifty said...

Your chicken pot pie looks wonderful, Next time, call and I'll bring my own bowl and spoon. :)

Belinda said...

That sounds like a plan, Anna. :) Thank you.

CTMOM said...

Roasted cinnamon? Sounds intriguing! Everything looks yummy,esp. the chicken pot pie!

Belinda said...

Thank you, Carol. :) Someone suggested a sweet potato and blueberries with the roasted cinnamon. I've not tried it yet, but it sounds good.

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