It's Wednesday and Eva's still sick! But I still need to make dinner so it's ready when we get home from Ella's ballet lesson. Gerald has choir practice tonite, so he'll eat when he gets home. Was hungry for meatloaf, but didn't feel like mashed potatoes, so I made the meatloaf into meatballs and served with gravy over noodles - yummy!! For the kids, I served the noodles, peas, and meatballs in gravy seperately, but you knew that already, lol!

Here's my favorite meatloaf recipe. Works every time and is always yummy!!

Lipton Souperior Meat Loaf (made with Onion Soup)
Easy & Delicious!

1 Envelope Lipton Recipe Secrets Onion Soup Mix
2 lbs. Ground beef (or ground turkey)
3/4 cup Plain dry bread crumbs
2 Eggs
3/4 cup Water
1/3 cup Ketchup

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

In large bowl, combine all ingredients

In 13 X 9 inch baking or roasting pan, shape into loaf (for best results, line pan with aluminum foil and use a non-stick cooking spray before adding meat loaf to pan)

Bake 1 hour* or until done
Let stand 10 minutes

(Note: leftovers make GREAT cold meatloaf sandwiches for the next couple of days!)
*for the meatballs, I cooked them 20 mins at 350. I didn't use ketchup because I knew I was going to put them into the gravy.

Breakfast: I had planned on pancakes, but Eva was dinking so bad this morning that I had to stop at the gas station for some doughnuts and milk. Ok, if you think that's weird, I'm telling ya, Kwik Trip has the BEST doughnuts and the BEST price!!! (as well as the best price for milk and eggs!!) Dropped Joey off at thereapy, then took the cats to the vet. Couldn't do a urine analysis on the one kitty because she didn't pee (and still hasn't!!)

Lunch:  Eva and Eddie didn't want to eat, so I just made cheese sandwhiches (not grilled) with carrots and pretzels.

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