What sould I have for dinner?!

Question: What sould I have for dinner!?
It's Monday, I'm tired!.!.!.!. must cook!.!.!.!. running a blank!.!.!.!.need dinner suggestions, please!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

HA Im the same way so finally I just grabbed a couple of lbs of meat and said Fudge it, Mini Meatloafs, mashed potatos and gravy and corn on the cob for dinner" frozen of course"!. My husband is not a fan of this dinner but hey I asked he said I dont care so this is what he gets!.

As for you, pasta and meatballs sounds yummy, so does frozen pizza, salad and garlic bread, Mac n cheese is good too!. Tater tot casserol" ask me for the recipe if your interested", Soup and sandwiches, quesdillas with beef or chicken shredds!. Twice baked potatos, loaded baked potatos!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

It's cold here!.!.!.so I'm making soup!. I have leftover cooked white meat of chicken, a pkg!. of mini raviolis, frozen chopped spinach, canned chicken broth!.!.!.I'll combine together, cook and serve sprinkled with grated parmesan cheese and fresh bread and butter!. Delisioso! Www@FoodAQ@Com

Should try to have a meal that gives you at least three of the food groups!. Like have a small salad with homemade hamburger with a tall glass of milk!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

Have spaghetti its easy to cook cheap and dont taste that bad!. Or you could make ramen noodles everyone loves ramen noodles! :)Www@FoodAQ@Com

i'd say steak,corn maybe rice and salad,fruit box
relax get ur fone and call some food place if ur tired
might save u ur energy and have extra moneyWww@FoodAQ@Com

I am having spaghetti and texas toast!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

pasta (with pesto sauce/spice) with salmon (spices on top) and small custard cup for dessert!.


spag and meat balls or mac and cheeseWww@FoodAQ@Com

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