This weeks menu includes one of the tastiest potato soup recipes you will ever make.
A hearty bowl of soup is perfect on a cold Fall day.
I am a big fan of using my crock pot recipes for my menu plans. I love the fact that I can fill my slow cooker with ingredients and a few hours later dinner is done.
Hands off cooking is the best. Most crock pot recipes can be cooked in 4 hours or less on high. Need more time? Simple, cook the slow cooker recipe on low for 6 to 8 hours.
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The November Menu Plan has something for everyone! A hearty crock pot soup recipe, a favorite Italian recipe and an easy casserole recipe.
Loaded Potato Soup is made with all of your favorite loaded baked potato toppings. Idaho potatoes are cooked in broth, salt and pepper until fork tender.
Once the potatoes are cooked you add a thickener and milk. Sour cream and cheddar cheese add all the creaminess. Crispy bacon is added for that smoky bacon flavor.
Continue to slow cook the soup until it has thickened.
Serve with a dollop of sour cream, more bacon and some chives to top off each serving.
Crock Pot Chicken Parmesan is very easy to make.
Traditional chicken Parmesan has you standing over the stove as you brown the breaded chicken.
The crock pot method skips all the hard work and is a healthier version since you aren't frying the chicken.
Tamale Pie is very easy to make in the slow cooker. And turns out perfect every time. We are big fans of Mexican food. Some recipes have many steps and takes a long time to make. Slow cooker Tamale Pie skips the hard work. You simple layer the ingredients in a slow cooker and top with corn bread mix.
The corn bread is the last layer on the top and it cooks perfectly from the moist heat inside the slow cooker. Once the corn bread is cooked top it with cheese and let the cheese melt inside the hot slow cooker. Top each serving sour cream and your favorite toppings.
Weekly Menu Plan Recipes
- Monday - Thai Chicken Stir Fry from Frugal Family Home. Serve with Asian or spaghetti noodles.
- Tuesday - Serve my Easy Crock Pot Chicken Parmesan with steamed asparagus.
- Wednesday - For a 30 minute dinner, try these Pork Apple Wilted Spinach Quinoa Bowls
- Thursday - Serve my Crock Pot Tamale Pie with sour cream and a side salad.
- Friday - Serve my Crock Pot Loaded Potato Soup with a grilled cheese sandwich for the perfect comfort food.
- Saturday - Shrimp Po Boy Sandwiches from Bunny’s Warm Oven. Serve with this Tri-Color Quinoa Salad from Leave No Leftovers
- Sunday - Plan to Eat Out
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This Weeks Menu Plan Printables
Download and print the November Menu Plan Printables