Menu for January 3rd – 9th

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First week back! We are so pleased to have our new baby in the house with us – she’s keeping us all on our toes!
We are also very blessed to have plenty of food to keep our household running smoothly.  We have had several incredibly thoughtful people offer to bring food, which has been such a help to not even have to do dishes! 🙂  Brian is returning to work on Monday, so I will be home with all the kids… I’m sure it will be WAY too exciting! 🙂
In the meantime, here is this week’s menu, which is subject to change, of course! 🙂

breakfast: soaked whole wheat pancakes, apple-raisin chutney
lunch: fried chicken, green beans, roasted potatoes
dinner: snack platter – apple slices, peanut butter, raw cheese, crackers, liverwurst

breakfast: fried eggs, country potatoes, sauteed kale
lunch: chicken salad sandwiches, carrot sticks
dinner: chili, cornbread, salad

breakfast: baked oatmeal w/ apple-raisin chutney
lunch: corndogs, oranges
dinner: garden vegetable stew, biscuits, salad

breakfast: cheesy scrambled eggs, l/o biscuits
lunch: turkey, bean, and kale stew, crackers
dinner: chicken chow mein, stir-fried vegetables

breakfast: millet porridge, berry sauce, cream
lunch: red lentil soup, naan bread
dinner: shepherd’s pie, salad

breakfast: soaked oatmeal w/ dried blueberries, cream
lunch: bean burritos, carrot sticks
dinner: potato soup, bread, salad

breakfast: milkshakes (raw chocolate colostrum, bananas, cream)
lunch: l/o soup, bread
dinner: broccoli quiche, steamed carrots

Be sure to join Laura each week for nearly 500 other menu plans, recipe ideas, and more!


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