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Midweek Menu 188 consists of American dinner-time classics that are easy to make and always showstopping! This perfectly balanced meal has two irresistible comfort foods, a fresh-tasting spicy salad and a short-cut Bundt cake for dessert. Whether you’re looking for an easy weeknight meal or trying to impress guests, this menu is perfect!
I know it isn’t Autumn yet, but it’s getting to be that time of year where I am itching to break out my favorite Fall recipes. This meal is my middle-ground between summer and Fall recipes, incorporating the best of both worlds. These recipes perfectly combine fresh summer flavors, comfort food, and the first flavors of fall into one cohesive meal.
Home-Style Meatloaf and Creamy Baked Fettuccine are both super comforting recipes that are great to make year round. The bright, sweet and savory flavors of the meatloaf perfectly compliment the creamy, cheesy baked pasta. Best of all, both of these recipes only take 15 minutes to prepare!
If you’re looking to use up the last of your homegrown summer veggies, then Spicy Cucumber Tomato Salad is meant for you! It’s loaded with fresh cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, and Feta then drizzled with a spicy herb dressing.
To finish off your meal with a taste of Autumn, serve this Easy Apple Spice Cake! This cake is has a delicious blend of crisp apples and Fall spices, and it’s ready to serve in under an hour. Your friends and family are going to be so impressed by this dessert, no one will believe it all starts with a boxed cake mix!
Now, Let’s Get Cooking – Menu Recipes
Let’s Eat Menu Planner
Now that we’ve got the menu, I want to give you another tool to help you be successful at cooking for yourself and your family.
I’ve made a one-page MENU PLANNER that you can download and print to log your target weekly recipes. Whether you are cooking a “theme” menu like Mexican or Italian, or have a recipe that uses chicken or beef, this helpful tool will make life easier.
Shop The Menu
My goal with Midweek Menu is to help you get a great meal on the table for your family with food that is delicious and recipes that are easy to make.
One of the ways to help you accomplish this is by sharing what I think are the best, helpful tools to make and serve the weekly menu. Here are some of my favorites and a few recommendations to make cooking fun!
- Mixing Bowls // Home-Style Meatloaf with Sweet and Savory Glaze
- 7×11 Casserole Dish // Creamy Baked Fettuccine with Cheese
- Mason Jar with Lid // Spicy Cucumber Tomato Salad
- Bundt Pan // Easy Apple Spice Cake
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