Last night we finished up our Thanksgiving leftovers. They were so tasty and I enjoyed finding different ways to serve them. One night we had ham, mashed potatoes, green beans, and rolls. Another night we had ham, scrambled eggs, and grits. And it was nice to spend less time cooking too.
For the first time ever, I made homemade pumpkin muffins from pumpkin that I cooked myself. The recipe made 32 muffins. I took them to the Thanksgiving meal, gave some away, and we still had plenty to eat this week. The kids have been excited to eat them for breakfast.
Sunday – ham, scrambled eggs, grits, fruit
Made with leftover ham from Thanksgiving.
Monday – chili
Frito Pie – fritos, chili, sour cream, tomatoes, cheese
Made from ground chuck purchased at Harris Teeter for $1.50 on eVIC. Cheese purchased really cheap at Food Lion.
Fritos $1.47 Harris Teeter eVIC.
Tuesday – spaghetti, garlic bread, salad
Made from canned spaghetti sauce I made this summer from fresh tomatoes (free). Noodles were free at Food Lion. Ground chuck from Harris Teeter for $1.50.
Wednesday – leftovers $0
Thursday – sausage balls, broccoli, and rice
Sausage was on sale for $2.50 and I had a coupon. The frozen broccoli was buy 1 get 1 free at Harris Teeter and I had a coupon.
Friday – tuna croquettes, scalloped potatoes, lima beans
I got the tuna for about $.30/pouch with coupons and I will use two 5 oz pouches.
Saturday – ??? Something easy!
I will be feeding my family dinner for less than $35. What’s on your menu this week?