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Thanks for the ideas!! And no worries about the healthy part:)

Posted by OP on October 22, 2010 at 07:59:29:

In Reply to: A few ideas...... posted by MT55 on October 21, 2010 at 14:56:43:

: My kids are in their 20s; so, it's hard for me to remember what I used to cook! These aren't probably the "cheapest" foods, but what my kids liked.

: Grilled cheese & tomato soup (or grilled deli ham/cheese sandwiches)

: BBQs or sloppy joes

: Tacos

: Tuna casserole (per mac & cheese box directions, & throw in a can of creamed corn)

: Breakfast for supper (pancakes, eggs, 99 cent sausage links, etc); had this every Wed. night b/4 confirmation classes because it was quick & easy!

: Make your own omelets (kids liked a little cheese & diced ham in them)w/toast

: Hot dogs or hot dogs wrapped in generic crescent rolls & baked

: Chili or homemade soup

: Fish sticks

: My kids liked Idahoan brand/pouches of mashed potatoes, usually 99 cents

: Egg salad sandwiches on toast

: I'd buy small canned hams on sale at Walgreens, fork the meat apart, add salad dressing & make ham salad, serve it on toast, buns or crackers

: Baked chicken(thighs/legs or breasts), rolled in Frying Magic or flour/seasonings served with baked potato done in the microwave

: I used to write out the above meals on 3 by 5 recipe cards, and then plan out 7-10 days' worth of meals using the sale ads for the area grocery stores. That way I had the meals planned for a week or more & everything on hand to make the meals.




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