Meal Plan Monday

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Welcome to Meal Plan Monday where we’re sharing all kinds of amazing recipes with y’all this week!

Welcome to Meal Plan Monday, y’all! Hope you’re hungry because there were some fantastic recipes shared last week that we’re featuring today and you’re going to love the recipes that are posted this week!


Home Run Hot Dog Chili is the best topping for your grilled dogs. Made with ground beef, herbs and spices for a savory recipe that's easy to make.

Home Run Hot Dog Chili from A Southern Soul

Mexican Lasagna from Dance Around the Kitchen

Key West Chicken Marinade

Key West-Style Chicken from My Homemade Roots


Nutella stuffed peanut butter cookies in a stack

Nutella Stuffed Peanut Butter Cookies from Kitchen Mason



Caramel Apple Back to School Cupcakes

Caramel Apple Back to School Cupcakes from Big Bear’s Wife

Also featured in my recipe gazette: Make Ahead Chicken Taquitos that you can bake directly from the freezer! 

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  1. Christi, do you have a cake batter pudding cookie recipe? A lady at work brought in some Lemon Blueberry Pecan cookies made from cake batter and pudding mix. They were awesome.

  2. This is my first time visiting your site and I love it. You’ve got me hooked on your cookie recipes the pictures look so good. I’ll be back often to try new recipes out. Harriet @ recipe pocket

  3. Hi,
    I visit your site almost daily, enjoy the stories and musings, and look forward to the Meal Plan Monday each week. Thank you for all you do to share time-honored and new recipes. I wanted to share a savvy thing I have found and have wondered if you have shared it with your readers. It is mexican spices. If I go to the regular spice section at Walmart, Thyme is around $4.50 per container. In the mexican section, I paid $.62 per package yesterday. Cinnamon sticks, rosemary, and other spices are similarly cheaper. Yesterday I found a good quality spanish olive oil significantly cheaper in the mexican section. Although there is not the variety as in the regular spice section, it’s worth checking out before buying lots more expensive spices.
    S. Hines

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