Sunday, November 11, 2012

Weekly Menu Plan #52 ~ A Year of Menu Planning!

Modified, GF version of veggie laksa from last week
Partay!  This week marks 52 weeks of menu plans!  A whole year, ladies and gents!  The entire year's worth of our menu plan collection can be found here.  I kinda just like to sit here and gaze at it.  That's a lotta work right there, folks, and I'm happy to share it with you.  This pre-Thanksgiving week will be simple so we can save all our culinary energy for the gloriousness that is next week.  Besides, Jeremy will be out of town for half of it so I'll be in Miss Minimal.  Except I do want to make a fun, leisurely breakfast on Monday since there is no school.

Monday: Veteran's Day!
To do: soak beans for refried beans
Breakfast:  GF Pumpkin Doughnuts & Eggs
Lunch:  Leftover Soup from Last week & Sourdough Grilled Cheese

To do: make refried beans, thaw ground meat for Thursday
Breakfast:  Leftover Crisp from Monday's Dinner
Lunch:  Leftover muffins from last Sunday, Raw Cheese, Olives, Apple Slices

To do: make cookie dough bites, soak porridge
Breakfast: GF Persimmon Spice Muffins (double batch)
Lunch:  Muffins from breakfast, Raw Cheese, Apple, & Ants on a Log
Dinner:  Quesorritos & Pear Slices

Breakfast:  Porridge with chia seeds mixed in
Lunch:  Cheese wrapped in lunch meat, carrot slices, cookie dough bites, Muffins from yesterday

Breakfast:  Chocolate Breakfast Shake
Lunch:  Cookie Dough Bites, Leftover Muffins, Ants on a Log, Carrot Sticks, Raw Cheese 
Dinner:  Nourishing Potato Cheddar Soup, Salad, GF Cloud Cake (recipe coming soon)  

Breakfast:  Leftover Cake from Last Night, Eggs
Lunch:  Leftover Soup from last night, Sourdough Grilled Cheese, Pear Slices
Dinner:  Easy, Cheesy, Potato & Ham Strata (recipe coming Friday!), GF Apple Cinnamon Coffee Cake

Breakfast:  Leftover Dinner from Last Night
Lunch:  Leftovers
Dinner: Leftovers
(Sunday is my day off)

I'm sharing this at Monday Mania, Monday Meal Plan, Pennywise Platter.

1 comment:

  1. Katie,

    I'm so thankful for the time you put into posting your mealplans and little glimpses into your life and family. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. My two kiddle-diddles benefit from what I learn from this blog.


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