Real Food Meal Plan: April 22-28

It has been a busy weekend in our house, with a birthday party for my daughter, cleaning up, and prepping for a busy week.

Below you will find my meal plan for this week. Breakfast is highlighted in orange and dinner in blueLinks for the recipes, which I am using from other internet sources are provided. 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Scrambled Eggs with homemade blueberry muffins (make ahead on Sunday)    Soaked oatmeal with bananas and frozen raspberries with honey and milk with orange slices  Cheese omelet with tomatoes and spinach, toast with homemade strawberry jam, grapefruit Homemade Granola with milk, bananas and berries Smoothies:(peach, berries, whole milk yogurt, apple juice, banana, peanut butter, kale, and flax) and egg quesadillas on Ezekiel Sprouted Tortillas Leftover frozen blueberry muffins with hard boiled eggs with orange and banana slices
Banana/ Walnut French Toast with Maple Syrup with blueberries and kiwis
Homemade Chicken Nuggets with baked sweet potatoes and steamed broccoli/ carrots (with butter)
Roasted veggies (tomatoes, zucchini, mushrooms) Pitas: place veggies inside Ezekiel Pita with feta cheese and grill  on stove top,  homemade French Fries green salad
Tostados: Baked Ezekiel Sprouted Corn Tortillas topped with homemade refried beans,  cheddar cheese,  green onions, avocados, sour cream,  tomatoes with a fruit salad Creamy Rigatoni with Tomatoes and Sausage (I’ve never made this recipe, I pinned it on Pinterest and so this will be a first…it looks great!) with roasted cauliflower/ broccoli
Pizza Pinwheels: Whole Wheat Pizza Dough rolled up with spinach, sliced red pepper, red onions, and mozzarella cheese with homemade spaghetti sauce for dipping with beet chips Beef Stew (use homemade chicken broth from freezer)with corn bread with spinach, raisin, feta salad Homemade mac and cheese with cut up ham and peas mixed in, with a green salad,  grapes 

For Snacks this week:

Apple slices with peanut butter, Fruit, Popcorn with coconut oil and real salt, bananas and blueberries in yogurt, smoothies (cocoa powder (unsweet), avocado (1/2), banana, nut butter, milk, ice, honey, and spinach).

Special Treat:

This week the kids and I will be visiting my favorite blueberry farm for some blueberry picking! A good friend shared her favorite blueberry farm with me, a few years ago, and since then I look forward to the season opening again each April.  This week the kids and I will be making homemade blueberry pie for our special sweet treat. I am looking forward to trying a new “Yogurt Dough” I recently came across over at Keeper of the Home.

I look forward to sharing with you our favorite blueberry spot and what we do with our harvest!

If you are interested in finding out how I simplify meal planning to work for our family, you can read more here.

 

Live Simply,

Kristin



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