We did pretty well with our meals last week. A few last minute changes due to some unforeseen appointments, but overall we did well. We continue to chisel away at the pantry and foods therein. I continue to search for new and healthier recipes I think I could get away with, which is not easy with these picky Middles! But, we’re forging forward and making progress little by little.
Here is this week’s meal plan.
Lunch: Grilled Turkey & Cheese
Lunch: Homemade Pizza (Cauliflower crust)
Dinner: Rotisserie Chicken, Sweet Potato Fries, Salad
Lunch: on-the-go (day of dr’s appointments)
Dinner: TurkeyStroganoff, green beans, homemade bread (we will
eventually get to eat this meal! It didn’t get done on Sunday, yet again! UGH!!)
Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs w/ bacon & cheese
Lunch: Cheese Quesadillas, grilled chicken fajitas
Dinner: Grilled burgers, sweet potato fries
Breakfast: Homemade Poptarts
Lunch: Homemade Pizza w/ cauliflower crust
Dinner: Grill out – chicken & turkey sausage, grilled veggies
Breakfast: Homemade Donuts
Dinner: Slow Cooker Chicken in Honey Sauce over sticky brown rice
Sunday 5/13 – Happy Mother’s Day
Breakfast: Scrambled eggs w/ bacon & cheese
Lunch: CP Chicken Enchiladas, salad
Dinner: Homemade Mac & Cheese
This week my goal is to rid myself of chocolate. This will not be an easy task, but I am confident with God’s help I will overcome this crutch, which has led to an unhealthy addiction. Ugh!! I said it, addiction. I gave up caffeinated beverages nearly 4 years ago, but I continue to feed my body caffeine via chocolate. So, it’s time to rid myself of it all together. I’m ready!!!
What’s on your meal plan this week? Feel free to leave a comment or link and share what you’re cooking with everyone!
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