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Monday Is Meal Planning Day! 9/26/11

It’s Monday again, and that means it’s the  Plan It-Don’t Panic Meal Planning Challenge at Keeper of the Home.


Here is our  menu for this week.  All of our meals are gluten free and Feingold diet friendly (stage 2).


We are spilling over with fresh fruit this week, so we’ll be eating lots of it. Lunches and snacks are not planned….check out my list for ideas for easy lunches and snacks.  See more on snacks here.


I did some prep work last night to get some of our snacks ready for the week (chopped carrots and celery, made hummus, boiled eggs, made crispy walnuts).  Having them all ready in the refrigerator makes it easy to just pull out a quick snack or lunch — ready to eat, no prep work needed.




Breakfast: Crustless broccoli quiche, fresh pineapple

Dinner: Fish (depends on what I find at the market today), rice & veggies



Breakfast: Baked oatmeal

Dinner: Roasted butternut squash soup, GF flatbread, tossed salad



Breakfast: Fried eggs and potatoes

Dinner: Roasted chicken, roasted veggies



Breakfast: Yogurt and fruit smoothie

Dinner: Chicken salad sandwiches/lettuce wraps, tossed salad, zucchini “fries”



Breakfast: Chicken and veggie egg scramble

Dinner:  Homemade mac and cheese and veggie sticks for kids, leftovers for mom



Breakfast: Homemade waffles

Dinner: Soup and salad



Breakfast: Scrambled eggs and fruit

Dinner: Spaghetti squash and meatballs, salad


See something you’d like a recipe for?  Comment below and I’ll be sure to get it posted as soon as I can.


What’s on your menu for the week?  Feel free to share here.  

If you have a blog, head over to Keeper of the Home and link up your menu.  




One Response to Monday Is Meal Planning Day! 9/26/11

  1. […] it comes to saving time and money, I have struggled with the motivation to plan for this week.  Last week’s plan only came partially to fruition due to some poor shopping on my part and a crazy work schedule on […]

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