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As the Holidays approach, its time for quick hearty meals that satisfy but still leave you time to get things done.  I’ll make the smoked boston butt (pork roast) early in the week and use the leftover meat for easy pulled pork tacos later. Please feel free to leave a comment or a share a link with your meal plan!

Smoked Boston Butt – Recipe

Boston Butt Roast, $1.99 lb.
Barbecue Sauce from stockpile

Broccoli & Cauliflower Cheese Casserole – Recipe

Broccoli or Cauliflower, $1.50
Uncle Ben’s Country Inn Rice, 6 oz., B1G1 at $1.49 (74¢)
Kraft Velveeta Cheese, 16 oz., B1G1 at $3.85 ($1.92
Cream of chicken soup from stockpile
Ritz Crackers from stockpile

Taco Night

Leftover pulled pork
Taco Bell Home Originals Dinner Kit , 10.75-16.35 oz., at $2.69 ($1.34)

Chicken Spinach Quiche – Recipe

Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast, $2.99 lb.
Publix Fresh and Tender Spinach bag, 9 oz., $2
Egg Beaters, 15-16 oz., $1.67
Mayo from stockpile
Shredded cheese from recent sales

Honey Roasted Red Potatoes – Recipe

Red Potatoes, 5 lb. bag, $2.99

Grilled Apples with Bacon, Cheddar and Scallions – Recipe

Smithfield Bacon 16 oz., $3.99
Royal Gala, Fuji, or Granny Smith Apples, 99¢ lb.

    • WILDWEST29745

      I have been making The Lady and Sons' Boston Butt for years and have it bookmarked in my recipes on foodtv.com. IT DON'T GET NO BETTER THAN THIS YA'LL!!!

    • Elainehn2002

      Don't really have a recipe for it … but I'll be using the FREE Healthy Harvest pasta … the really cheap Purdue Chicken strips … along with some stockpiled pasta sauce and shredeed cheese to make an EASY Chicken Parmeasan tonight.

      • Debbie Long

        would love that recipe

        • Elainehn2002

          Hi Debbie: There really isn't a recipe … I just bake the chicken strips in the oven as directed and cook the pasta in the meantime. I usually heat a jar of pasta sauce with a can of petite diced tomatoes added (just because I love tomatoes & like the sauce chunkier) and then serve the chicken strips over the pasta, topped with the sauce and sprinkled with shredded cheese.

          To make it a little more authentic, you can actually pour the sauce over the chicken strips in the baking pan and top with cheese and place back in the oven till the cheese melts and starts to brown a tiny bit … but I found that this was a step (and a messier dirty baking dish) that really didn't seem to matter much to me and my family.

    • mel

      Thanks so much! Love this feature!