*For those of you who may be new: We eat mostly organic, whole foods. Meats and eggs are free range, antibiotic free. I still use regular dairy at this time due to cost. 'We' meaning myself and my toddler son. My husband still has to have his white pasta, white bread and soda*
We are supposed to get ice and snow starting Monday night and it's looking like it will be around for a few days with a good possiblity of getting more next week! So I'm going to the grocery store AND Whole Foods to get what we need on Monday. I'm also trying to plan out the menu for next week and gather what meats I need at WF. I'll have to see what they have and what is on sale before I plan too much into next week. So I'm not planning too many meals with fresh veggies at this time.
Monday: Baked turkey breast, mashed potatoes, corn, salad and homemade whole wheat rolls (we typically have it on Sunday but I made something else different instead)
Tuesday: Island-Style Chicken*, peas and salad.
Wednesday: Bacon, scrambled eggs, orange slices, and whole wheat biscuits.
Thursday: BBQ Chicken, baked potatoes and beans
Friday: Homemade pizza on whole wheat crust and salad.
Saturday: Tuna Patties, Macaroni and Cheese*, and broccoli.
Breakfasts: Oatmeal , Whole Wheat Banana Bread and Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins.
Lunches: Right now I still have a stock of turkey breasts in my freezer. I cook one on Sunday and it serves as one main meal plus our lunch meat through the week. Once I run out of these turkey breasts I will be switching me and Ethan's lunches to more bean and veggie base while husband still has turkey meat from the deli.
Snacks: fruit, smoothies, Crispy Cheese Crackers (Ethan is a big cracker eater), and Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Cookies (ok, maybe that is more for dessert!)
*Recipe from Whole Foods for the Whole Family Cookbook
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