Menu Plan for the Week

Here’s our menu plan for the week.  If you’re interested in knowing more about how I plan our menus, I’d love for you to read this post!

Sunday, January 22
Oatmeal, fruit
Pasta alfredo, steamed broccoli and carrots, tossed salad
High School Huddle – Nacho Bar with chips, taco meat, cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, olives, sour cream, and salsa; chocolate chip brownies

Monday, January 23
Whole wheat waffles, blueberries
Pigs in a blanket, carrots with ranch, apples
Beef and veggie soup, cornbread

Tuesday, January 24
Coconut flour banana muffins, applesauce
Tuna salad on crackers, pears, carrots
Creamy chicken and rice casserole, tossed salad

Wednesday, January 25
Zucchini bread, bananas
Spicy avocado dip with chips, fruit salad
Teriyaki chicken and veggies with rice

Thursday, January 26
Easy breakfast casserole, clementines
Meat and cheese burritos, pineapple
Taco salad

Friday, January 27
Peanut butter honey toast, fruit
Creamy mac and cheese, carrots, apples
Lamb-burgers, homemade fries, green beans

Saturday, January 28
Cereal
Leftovers
Cheesy beef and rice, steamed veggies, tossed salad

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Comments

  1. says

    I may have to try your Coconut Flour Banana Muffin Recipe. I like coconut flour muffins (great flavor) but their consistency is a little wetter, it’s not the fluffy cake like texture that I thought it may be. Are yours cake like in texture?
    This is what we are having this week:
    http://healthynbalanced.wordpress.com/2012/01/23/weekly-menu-plan-123-129/

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, I’d say that while they kind of taste like cake, they are a little wetter in texture. :)

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  2. says

    I’ve made the coconut flour muffins many times for friends who are gluten free. They always love and appreciate them. They always turned out with a “wet cake” consistency. I’ve thought about experimenting to see if I could get them a little fluffier but I haven’t yet.

    I also just posted my Meal Plan for the week.

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  3. Katjo Daniels says

    Hi Laura! Thanks for posting these daily details of your life. I’d like to know how do you store your recipes? Online? When your boys cook,do they access them themselves? Just curious what you have found that works for you! Thanks, Katjo

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    LindseyforLaura@HHM Reply:

    She stores recipes in old fashioned cookbooks and online. She has an ebook about her boys in the kitchen. I will add the link for you!

    http://heavenlyhomemakers.com/teaching-your-kids-to-cook-and-learn-to-cook-now-available-in-our-shop

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