Sunday, September 8, 2013

Weekly Menu Plan: Mid September

I will be honest with you.  Because we are moving this week (move number five out of six since May), This plan will probably be followed until Wednesday.  I have hopes to make as much as possible that is listed below, but at some point the kitchen does have to be packed and we will likely succumb to something packaged from Trader Joe's.  I'm hoping to make as much as possible for the entire week tomorrow and Tuesday and live off of whatever has been prepared in that time.  

My apologies for the late post.  I had the privilege of sharing at our church's "To Your Health" class this morning and then pumped out a post for Abundant Harvest Organic's blog to be published later this week.  Oh and my husband is on tour.  And we are packing again.  Weeeeeee!

To do: soak porridge
Breakfast:  Eggs & Avocado Slices
Lunch:  Turkey & Cheese Sandwiches, Plums, Almonds
Dinner:  Slow Cooker Tri Tip with Butternut Squash (halved & seeded), Zucchini GratinSalad

Breakfast:  Porridge
Lunch:  Nut Butter & Manuka Honey Sandwiches, Raw Cheese Slices, Carrot Sticks, Sprouted Pumpkin Seeds
Dinner:  Slow Cooker Herbed Lemon Chicken, Olive-Fig Tapenade with Sweet Pepper Slices

Lunch:  Olives, Tortilla Chips, Raw Cheese Slices, Grapes
Dinner:  Leftover Chicken over Quinoa & Truffled Cauliflower Mash

Lunch:  Turkey & Cheese Lettuce Wraps, Cookie Dough Bites, Sprouted Sunflower Seeds
Dinner:  Caprese Salad over Zoodles (zucchini made out of noodles using a julienne peeler), Organic Chicken Sausage (from Costco)

Lunch:  Ham & Cheese Sandwiches, Carrot Sticks & Hummus, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
Dinner:  Kale Sausage SoupSalad

Lunch:  Hamburgers & Potato Wedges
Snack:  Grapes & Cheese
Dinner:  Eating Out (moving day)

Lunch:  Leftovers
Dinner:  Leftovers
(Sunday is my day off)


  1. Niccole Lee CarrollSeptember 9, 2013 at 5:18 AM

    Looks amazing-one question...what is that delicious looking dish in the picture at the top of the post? Thanks!

  2. This is an impressive menu for a hectic week. I love all your menu plans, especially since they are seasonal. Thank you so much!

  3. It's this recipe, only with two fried eggs and no pesto, just basil leaves and flowers. :)

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