Sunday, October 28, 2012

Weekly Menu Plan #50

Mexican Hot Chocolate in honor of the first rain
I'm going to let you in on a little secret.  All I want is turkey this time of year.  In fact, we usually mow through two of them all by ourselves in the month of November.  The first one is currently thawing in our fridge.  My mouth is watering just at the thought of it.  I understand that most of you don't serve turkey on November second, so tuck these recipes away for the week after Thanksgiving and never let an ounce of that moist, juicy meat go to waste.

To do: make GF flatbread, thaw chicken stock for cooking rice, thaw beans,
Breakfast: 2-Minute Raw Power Breakfast with Raw Milk & Frozen Berries
Lunch:  Nut Butter & Berry Wraps, Raw Cheese Slices, leftover GF Chocolate Muffins from Sunday

To do:   process pomegranates for the week
Breakfast:  GF Pear Cardamom Pancakes (double batch)
Lunch:  Raw Cheese & Avocado Wrapped in Roast Beef Slices, Apples Wrapped in Leftover Pancakes with Nut Butter

To do: make GF persimmon cookies, soak porridgesoak lentils
Lunch: Sourdough Turkey & Cheese Sandwiches, apple & raw cheese slices, leftover breakfast bars

Thursday: All Saint's Day!
Breakfast:  Porridge
Lunch: Almond Butter-Filled Celery with Raisins, GF Persimmon Cookies, pomegranate seeds
Snack:  Pepitas
Dinner:  Slow Cooker Lentil Sloppy Joe's Scooped into Bell Pepper Halves & Topped with Cheese 

To do: After dinner, remove meat from turkey & start turkey stock
Lunch: Sloppy Joe's from last night wrapped in GF Flatbread, pomegranate seeds , pepitas

Breakfast:  Ham & Potato Bake
Lunch:  Tortilla Roll-Ups using GF Flatbread & Leftover Turkey
Dinner:  Turkey Reuben Sandwiches using thin slices of leftover turkey, Spinach & Cranberry Salad

Breakfast:  Reheated Breakfast from Saturday
Lunch: Leftovers
Dinner: Leftovers
(Sunday is my day off)

I'm sharing this at Meal Plan Link Up, Fight Back Friday.


  1. When you make the lentil sloppy joes, do you soak the lentils with anything besides water?

  2. I add a little raw apple cider vinegar to the water to help neutralize the phytic acid.

  3. How funny - I have one in the fridge thawing also for the past two days. Ready to cook it tomorrow. Great timing for your ideas!

  4. You do?? I LOVE that! I feel more normal now. Enjoy!


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