Here is another week of Monday Meal Planning.
This month has been so busy, I’d be miserable if it wasn’t for being organized and someone who is willing to plan ahead. Articles are being written and going out the door faster than I can write them, for Grass Roots co-op in Anoka, Natural Fertility and Wellness, and Wise Mom magazine . Did my video interview for speaking on the Breastfeeding Revolution: Discover the Secrets to the Art of Blissful Breastfeeding panel going on this month and did my audio interview for speaking on the Happy Parents and Kids Summit and am soooo glad I have a meal plan to follow this week or I would feel upside down in the water!
I do love blog hopping but I am also a real cookbook lover (which doesn’t even compete with my mother-in-law who has over 150 cookbooks!), so I enjoy sitting for a spell while paging through one or two cookbooks to find recipes I love, haven’t tried or wouldn’t have considered (for whatever reason) in the past. It’s then I have to remind myself there are only SEVEN days in a week, and I’m not cooking for an army, LOL.
Another thing I’m seeking resources for are yeast-free recipes as I will be leading a Candida Cleanse beginning in September and I want to set people up for success by having some resources and links for them to utilize in order to create quick and easy meals. If you have ideas for me, I’d love to check them out!
Breakfasts-soon we’ll be back on the weekly school year breakfast routine (school starts 9/3 so I will share it then!)
This was a huge hit when I made it last week so I’ll do it again this week-it also works well for a midday snack or before bed, warmed with a little cream: Raspberry Breakfast Cake
Raw milk yogurt makes its weekly appearance here as everyone eats it with fresh or frozen berries and granola (which is also never ending around these parts.)
This week my husband is the only one whose lunch I need to pack (amen!), so I will do daily Salad in a Jar-so easy and nutritious with a couple yummy snacks and will send him out the door with his usual mug of yogurt/granola/berries and he’s good to go!
These 4 ingredient cookies are awesome, and, I know they came from a friends post on Facebook but I don’t have the source-just to be clear. They are super fast to make, sweet and easy to freeze.
1 heaping spoonful of natural peanut butterDirections:
Plop spoonfuls onto baking sheet
What are you planning for dinner this week?