Freebie Friday: Printable MENU Planner!

You miss freebie Friday? Well, you can wipe away those tears from past few Fridays of nothingness and officially start your life once again. Freebie Friday is back in action. Today, I have a free printable for you all.

Growing up, we tried to have family sit-down meals as often as possible. But in between soccer practices, music lessons, and basketball games, there were a lot of times we had to fend for ourselves. Many times, this meant cereal for dinner. Which actually wasn’t too bad, after all. Because I love me some cereal. So when I was trying to think of a fun way to create a menu, this idea came to mind. I’m sure many of you can relate to this (especially the moms out there), so I thought it would be fun to share. You can print it off, stick it in an 8×10 frame and use a dry-erase marker to write the menu on the glass. This way, you can reuse it over and over again!

 So what do you think? Something that might come in handy around your house?

Comments

  1. says

    Love this! Michael’s and my family were very different when it came to how we did dinners growing up. While my family did some family dinners we never really ate together. It’s a lot better now that it’s just three of us since my brothers have moved out, but Michael’s family has always done dinners together. This is something I was to continue when we’re married, so this menu planner will definitely be perfect to help with that! :]

  2. says

    Haha, I’m TERRIBLE at menu-planning! This would be perfect for our house; when I think of something ahead of time, it’s a VERY lucky day indeed!

  3. says

    WAIT! This is not real life. Tater tot casserole is seriously my favorite meal EVER and people NEVER know what it is. You just became my favorite person in the world

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