I am loving doing this. It is helping so much with my peace of mind, preparation, and order during the week. I also plan on starting to do monthly planning starting in November, so having these weeks of plans on the blog will make it much easier to organize a big plan like that. I am sad about one thing, though...haven't been able to get to the farmer's market in more than 2 weeks, so I'm missing my usual great big stash of veggies like this...sigh...
So here's the week's plan! I have a recipe that wasn't made last week because we had plenty of food, so that's at least 1 meal I didn't have to think about :-).
Monday: We had leftover breakfast and food for both lunch and dinner! Yay!
Breakfasts for the week: scrambled or fried eggs, bacon, breakfast sausage, smoothies, veggie soups (below) to drink
Lunches for the week: Chicken Salad (chicken, cucumber, tomato with salad dressing - italian one with salt instead of parmesan cheese), leftovers, pizza (sub raw cheddar cheese for mozzarella), egg flower soup, veggie soups (below) and yogurt
Dinners for the week:
On Side: Salad, Mashed Cauliflower
Pork Loin and Butternut Squash Stew
On Side: Steamed Broccoli
On Side: Avocados
On Side: cucumber salad, butternut squash 'fries'
Salmon Patties and maybe stir fry cabbage (sub some ingredients for GAPS) (lunch) and Roasted Chicken (dinner - Already cooked and in the freezer) with...On Side: Carrot Soup, Green beans in Bacon Grease
*Chicken Enchilada Soup (in crock pot)
On Side: Avocados
Non-Meal Soups to make to go with meals and lunches:
More Summer Squash Soup
Some of these recipes (ones with '*' next to it) are going to be 'made up' or adapted recipes, and I will share their success later in the week. I think it's also hilarious how every week I plan our meals, the blog post looks totally different. It varies with what is going on in life at the time of the post and what our week is looking like. Fun, huh? Well, that was random and uninteresting. More random: time to go outside with the family and plant some seeds in the garden! Yay!