Sunday, February 26, 2012

Menu Plan #19 ~ So Basic, Even My Husband & Kids can Take Over

Seeing as baby could come anytime now, this week's menu has been made ASAP (As Simple As Possible) so my husband and kids could take over the reins, should baby decide to greet the world.

To do: Make sourdough English muffins, soak porridge, soak rice for Tuesday night
Snack:  Raw Cheese & Apple Slices

Breakfast:  Soaked Porridge & Eggs
Snack:  Fried Mush & Orange Slices

To do: Thaw chuck roast for Friday night
Lunch:  Nibble Trays
Snack: Leftovers from Nibble Trays
Dinner:  Gluten-Free Turkey Pesto Pasta & Brussels Sprouts (using Coconut Oil instead of olive oil & whole cane sugar instead of refined sugar)

Snack:  Raw Orange Julius (using Kefir instead of Milk)
Dinner:  French Onion Soup & Sourdough English Muffin Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

To do: Soak sourdough pancakes
Breakfast:  Soaked Porridge & Eggs
Snack:  Cranberry Walnut Kefir Smoothies (recipe coming soon!)
Lunch:  Baked Potatoes with Broccoli, Cheese, & Bits of Pastured Bacon
Snack:  Fried Mush & Mixed Crispy Nuts

Breakfast:  Pancake Bar
Snack:  Pumpkin Pie Kefir Smoothies (recipe coming soon!)
Lunch:  Pancake Sandwiches
Snack:  Raw Cheese & Apple Slices

To do:  Menu Plan
Snack:  Dates & Crispy Nuts
Lunch:  Leftovers
Dinner:  Leftovers
(Sunday is my day off)


  1. have you added rutabaga to your winter veggie melt? if so, how did it go over? i am not a huge fan of it (or turnips in general), so always trying to find a way to hide it in recipes so we use it.

    my recent post: never too old to learn something new!

  2. Hope all goes well when it happens. God bless!

  3. I have! Last week, I made it with turnips, leeks, and spinach and added sausage. It was tasty!


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