Menu Plan Monday – February 1, 2010

And just like that, January’s gone. Wow! This will be my first attempt at a meal plan since having the baby. We shall see if I stick to it. I’m attempting to use up what’s in my freezer and pantry if possible. Anything in italics has come out of my freezer.

Breakfast:
Pancakes w/ fruit
Rice Pudding w/ fruit
Granola w/ fruit
(we kind of like fruit around here, even if it’s frozen) 🙂

Lunch:
Leftovers

Dinner:
M-Bourbon Chicken w/ rice and veggie (maybe egg rolls too)
Tu-Cowboy Stew & cornbread
W-Marmalade Glazed Pork Tenderloin w/ potatoes & green beans
Th-Crock Cranberry Chicken w/ Sausage Cornbread Stuffing & veggies
F-Leftovers
Sa-Spaghetti Sauce and MB w/ salad &/or raw veggies
S-Not sure what we’re doing yet.

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Now, if you read my previous post you might be wondering if I’m going to be eating all the thing I listed above. The chances are very slim. I’ll be honest, I wasn’t sure if I was just going to head in the raw direction or go vegetarian. Well, I couldn’t stomach the meat I made tonight or last night. Seriously, it just tasted… dead. Sooooo, I may not be eating meat for a while. I honestly don’t know at this point. As far as what I will be eating this week…

Breakfast:
I’ll probably have an Ezekiel English Muffin first thing in the morning. Then I will make a green smoothie after I drop my munchkins off at school. I’ve decided on 4 different ones from the Raw Family web site:
Party in Your Mouth
Miner’s Lettuce
Kent Mango Bliss
The Laughing Gorilla

Lunch:
Some sort of salad each day and possibly a side of Hoppin’ John Salad.

Dinner:
Hmm… what am I going to do? I know I’ll eat whatever veggies we have, plus rice or potatoes. Other then that I’m going to have to wing it. Maybe I’ll make a batch of Couscous Confetti Salad, only I would substitute quinoa.

I’ll probably head over to the Green & Crunchy web site to see what kinds of ideas i can get from Sherri. She’s married with 5 children, and the whole family eats a vegetarian raw diet. I love reading her blog!

Well, that should be it for today. It’s time to feed the baby boy. Thanks for stopping by and God bless!
Antoinette

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