Sunday, June 12, 2011

June Dinner Menu {Menu Plan Monthly}

Here is my June Dinner Menu. I know it's really late but, I didn't remember to do my menu until I sat down to write my grocery list and realized I did not have a menu to reflect on. Goodness I don't know where my brain is the last week. I am trying to incorporate a few more meals on the grill and make use of my crock pot since it is so hot here in Texas.
I have a few new meals on my menu and I will share those recipes as I make them. That is the same with the desserts. I added a few new ones and some familiar no bake favorites in our house. I know my menu is late, but maybe you can still get a little meal inspiration if you are still looking for some dinner ideas for the next couple weeks.


June Menu

Pulled Pork Sandwiches & Sweet Potato Fries (New Crock Pot Meal)
Pasta Carbonara & Fresh Green Beans
Grilled Chicken Legs, Mac & Cheese & Corn (New)
Lasagna Roll Ups & French Bread
Hamburger Steaks W/Creamy Onion Gravy, Mashed Potatoes & Veggies
Coney Island Hot Dogs (Crock Pot)
Chicken in Wine Sauce, Mashed Potatoes & Broccoli
Turkey Taco's W/Fixens & Homemade Tortillas
Crock Pot Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti
Taco Salad
Smoked Sausage Kabobs & Baked Potatoes
Sticky Fingers Salad
Pioneer Woman's Fried Chicken
Ground Beef Stroganoff, Brown Rice & Corn
Pizza Fresh Mozzarella, Basil & Fresh Tomato Sauce)(New)
Turkey Roll Ups, Mashed Potatoes, & Green Beans (New)
Orange Chicken & Vegetables, Steamed Rice
Grilled Pork Tacos & Cilantro Lime Rice
Beef Brisket W/Gravy, Rice & Veggies
Beer in the Rear, Baked Potatoes & Grilled Veggies


Desserts & Goodies

Chocolate Eclair Cake
Homemade Ice Cream (New)
Apple Pie Bread (New)
Blackberry Dump Cake (New)
Strawberry Soda Pop Cake
Banana Split Cake (New)






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11 comments:

Julie said... #

Hey Tina,
Are you no longer do the link ups for monthly meal plans?

Those sausage kabobs look great! I know my guys would go for them!

Thanks,
Julie

Kim Bee said... #

Found your site and am just in awe. It's laid out so well. Beautiful job. I am looking forward to trying your recipes. Now the hard part is to decide which to try first.

Tina @ Mommy's Kitchen said... #

@Julie, I stopped the link up because no one was really linking up. Maybe next month I can try again and see the response.

Welcome Kim Bee!!! Have fun looking around and LMK if you need anything.

veronica@mycatholickitchen.com said... #

Wow Tina, you are so on the ball. I am so not as organized as you are. A whole month menu? Wow, I am lucky if I can make a week menu. With it being so hot, I may have to try one of your crockpot recipes.

Kathryn said... #

Hi! I love all your recipes and pictures. Everything looks so good. I wonder...do you have a recipe for beans like Bush's Grillin Beans? They are my family's favorite and I can't seem to find a recipe that is even close. Just thought with all your experience you may have something. (If you even have had these???) Thank you.

Tanya said... #

Everything sounds so delicious! The smoked sausage kabobs are interesting..will have to try soon! You are such a good wife and momma :)

Leslie said... #

I'm one of your newest followers! I just found your blog, and it's just too adorable! The illustrations are so sweet and your info was nice to read--sounds like family means the world to you, too. :)

All the recipes I've scanned through look delicious! This is the kind of food I grew up on and love, as well.

I'll be back soon!!
Blessings, Leslie

Carol said... #

I discovered your site today (via Southern Plate) and have a couple questions or so on recipes of yours.

Question #1: Salisbury Steak recipe -- I love crockpot recipes. Is this something I can make the night before and put it in my crockpot (thank goodness for "removable" crockpots) in the refrigerator and cook the next night? (I get home kinda late each day, but could have my family put it on to cook the next day to have it done when I get home.)

Question #2: Coney Island Hot Dog Sauce -- same question as above. Can I make it the night before and cook it the next day?

Do you think by doing it this way, I should add a little cooking time to the recipe for the crockpot to warm up?

Thank you so much. I love your site. I am more into simply good recipes without a long list of ingredients. We Moms have to make the most of our time!

Anonymous said... #

Hi, I'm an asian and I've never cook brisket before. I was looking for the recipe, and i found your website. I will try your brisket recipe! Thanks!

Brenda said... #

Tina, I just love your blog, you have so many incredible recipes. I'll be trying your Hillbilly Spaghetti Pie soon! Just printed out the recipe.

Anonymous said... #

Omg...I tried ALOT of your recipes and they were GREAT...plz may you put the recipes for the apple pie bread up...I would love to make it...plus my daughter has been asking me for it...Thanks...