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On the Little Peaches Shop Blog, readers will find helpful information for the busy mom. Topics range from babies and children, fashion, home décor, cleaning tips, DIY, cooking, inspiration and religious topics. Readers will also find occasional updates on the Little Peaches Shop online store, giveaways, and collaborations with other creative.

Weekly Meal Plan - Cold Day Meals

Elise Dombach

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This last week was filled mostly with dreary cool days and it looks like that's what we have on the plate for next week as well. It amazes me how much the weather seems to influence what I am in the mood to cook, so it'll be lots of hearty meals and warm soup for us!

1. Meatloaf (trying this one), Broccoli, and Sweet Potatoes

2. Crescent Chicken, Green Beans, and Applesauce

3. Sausage and Potato Soup (recipe to come), Egg & Spinach Salad, and 1 Hour Rolls

4. Cheesesteak Sandwiches and Sweet Potato Fries

5. Loaded Baked Potatoes (leftover chili from last week + odd & end toppings we have on hand)

**Photo Credit: Brit Chandler Photography

Baby Shower Gift Sets for Any Budget

Elise Dombach

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Photo by Brit Chandler.

Finding the perfect baby gift for a new mama can often be one big question mark. On one hand, you can always take the safe route and go with something the parents have registered for, but if you like to get a little creative with your gift giving you can be left wondering if you've picked something that will actually be of use, let alone wanted. Throw a budget into the mix and things can become even more daunting. So, whether you're buying for a co-worker you kinda-sorta know or your favorite sister, I've got some gift set ideas that are both thoughtful and much needed for a new baby.

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Chambray Minky Blanket, Universal Pacifier Clip, Natursutten BPA-Free Natural Paciifier

*Some of the items in this post may contain affiliate links.

Weekly Meal Plan - And so it begins...

Elise Dombach

In a lot of ways, this week marks the beginning of summer for our family...aka - softball season. Jeff plays for our church and occasionally fills in on friends' teams in other leagues. He loves it. I love it. And, Carson is going to love it more than ever this year. It also means that we need to be home and out of the house pretty quick at least two nights a week, and this week is certainly no exception. So, if you're in need of a few quick dinner ideas or at least something that can be made ahead and heated up later, that's what I've got for you this week!

1. Grilled BBQ Chicken, Grilled Asparagus, Applesauce

2. Sloppy Joes, Broccoli, Baked Potato

3. Pioneer Woman Chili, Cornbread from Martha Stewart's Baking Handbook (oh my goodness, it's to die for!)

4. Grilled Pizza (I plan to do a tutorial for you at some point in the near future, but till then, find the absolute best crust recipe here...seriously, I've stopped searching!), Salad

Weekly Meal Plan - Keepin' it simple

Elise Dombach

There's something about sitting down for a quite Sunday afternoon after the little guy has been tucked in for his nap that is just so refreshing. If I muster up the motivation, this is usually the time I start to think about what to put on the grocery list and if not...well that happen Monday morning, right before we head out the door for the day.

Today I was able to get it done, but it's nothing fancy. We still have some leftover to clean up from last week, so I made sure to plan so meals that can easily be pushed to next week if we don't get to them.

1. Oven Beef Stew (I also add some chopped cabbage, yum!) and Artisan Bread (The New Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day: The Discovery that Revolutionized Home Baking)

2. Grilled Chicken Quesadillas and Salad

3. Breakfast for Supper: Easy Pancakes (below), Eggs, Sausage, OJ

4. Catfish, Baked Mac & Cheese (below), and Broccoli

Easy Pancakes

2/3 c flour
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1 1/2 tsp sugar
1/4 tsp salt
1 egg
1/2 c milk
1 T oil

Combine dry ingredients. Whisk eggs, milk, and oil then stir into dry ingredients. Stir till moistened, being careful not to overmix.

I like to double or triple this recipe and freeze the leftovers. They heat up so nicely in the toaster for a quick breakfast!

Baked Mac & Cheese

2 c dry maccaroni (cook according to package instructions)
3 T butter
2 T flour
1 tsp salt
2 c milk
1 1/2 c any soft cheese (or a combination of your favorites)
2 c panko crumbs

Melt butter in saucepan. Whisk in flour till golden brown. Very slowly, whisk in milk as to not make any clumps. On medium heat, continue to stir mixture until it begins to thicken. Add in shredded cheese and stir till melted. Combine cheese sauce with cook maccaroni and transfer to a greased 9x13 baking dish. Lightly toss bread crumbs with a small amount of melted butter (1-2 T should do the trick). Sprinkle on top of Mac & Cheese. Bake at 350 for about 30 minutes.

Weekly Meal Plan - Pigs must be flying!

Elise Dombach

When it comes to meal planning, one thing is certain - I never get requests. I can't tell you how often I ask Jeff, "Anything you'd like for supper this week?" and I'm almost always met with the reply, "Ehh whatever, I'm up for anything." I'm only complaining a little, because at the end of the day I'll gladly trade in the relief their input would give for a family of non-picky eaters.

Welp, as I insinuated, the miraculous happened this weekend. I received to unsolicited requests - one from Jeff and one from Carson, so you better believe I'm gonna make them happen. Thanks guys!

1.) Spaghetti & Meat Sauce (Carson's request), Broccoli, Garlic Bread.

2.) Baccon-wrapped Venison Tenderloins (Jeff's request), Grilled Veggies.

3.) Alice Spring's Chicken (Outback Copycat), Peas & Carrots, Applesauce.

4.) Venison Cheesesteaks with peppers & onions, Grandma's Potato Salad (below).

Grandma's Potato Salad

8 medium potatoes
1 c celery, diced fine
1 carrot, grated
1 medium onion, diced very fine
3-4 hard boiled eggs, chopped
1 tsp salt

1 1/2 c mayonnaise
1/4 c vinegar
1/2 c sugar
2 tsp mustard
1/2 c milk

Cook potatoes in skins until tender. Peel potatoes while warm and dice. Add celery, carrot, onion, egg, and salt. To make the dressing, mix the first 4 ingredients well, adding the milk last. Pour over veggies and toss till everything is coated evenly. Serves 8-10.

P.S.- Grandpa was a potato farmer, so you can rest assured that Grandma's recipe is the best and will easily satisy all of your comfort food desires!