Starting Friday Feb. 1st, 2013- Feb. 8, 2013
Please note that our family is half vegetarian. Three of my daughters and myself do not eat meat or fish.
* you can find the recipes and the grocery list to much of this meal plan on 100 Days Of Real Food's facebook page.
Friday, Feb 1st:
Breakfast: Whole Wheat Banana Pancakes -with Pure Maple Syrup- sliced pear
*If you live near us- I look forward to going to Leane and Michael's Sugarbush Mapel Syrup Festival in Salem, Indiana soon where we can buy local Maple Syrup!
Lunch: Egg Salad on Triscuits, with apple and cheddar squares
Dinner: Fish, steamed green beans, and sweet potatoes- Vegetarians will be having a salad as well with homemade ranch
Saturday, Feb. 2nd:
Breakfast: Granola Cereral- with blueberries- not sure if this will be homemade or if I will be looking to buy one. Mark will be with the kids as I will be SCRAPBOOKING ;)
Lunch: PB&J On whole wheat bread with apples and grapes.
Dinner: Vegetarian Fajitas on whole wheat torts with Monterey Jack cheese, sour cream, and cilantro
Sunday, Feb 3rd:
Breakfast: Oatmeal flavored with honey, cinnamon, and topped with raisins.
Lunch: Egg Salad on toasted whole wheat bread with sliced apples and grapes.
Dinner: slow cooker chicken and mashed potatoes. Vegetarian Option: Veggie Quesadillas- BOTH with a salad that has sunflower seeds.
Monday, Feb 4th 2013:
Breakfast: Cereal, Milk, Blueberries
Lunch: Fruit smoothie, pb on celery, and popcorn
Dinner: Left over slow cooked chicken, whole wheat Mac and Cheese, and veggies
Tuesday, Feb. 5th 2013:
Breakfast: Oatmeal- bananas
Lunch: Chicken Torts- veggie torts- celery and pear
Dinner: Jambalaya- with shrimp for meat eaters
Wednesday, Feb. 6th, 2013
Breakfast: W.W. (whole wheat) Banana pancakes (thawed out)- Maple Syrup, and orange slices
Lunch: PB&J on W.W., with raisins and sliced apples.
Dinner: BIG salads- with chicken, eggs, beans, and homemade ranch.
Thursday, Feb. 7th, 2013
Breakfast: Fruit Smoothie, W.W. toast with butter and all fruit spread.
Lunch: Grilled Cheddar Cheese on W.W., popcorn, and oranges
Dinner: W.W. Alfredo with homemade sauce, broccoli
Friday, Feb 8th, 2013
Breakfast: W.W. Crepes, with cantaloupe
Lunch: Yogurt and alittle honey, with banana bread and grapes
Dinner: Baked potatoes, fish for meat eaters, mixed frozen veggies.
*We don't have a "snack" time typically- yet, I plan to pack the kids some larabars that I plan to homemake to take to church for their snack. I also plan to use the popcorn maker and make homemade popcorn as a snack and have some W.W. pretzels on hand.