Happy Father’s Day! I am blessed to have great God-fearing men in my life (husband, father, father-in-law, grandfather, brothers, brothers-in-law). I appreciate each one of them. It’s good to be able to celebrate them all today.
Last week my husband returned from a week in Romania. It’s good to have life back to normal now.
Unfortunately this week also turns out to be very busy with dentist, doctor, grocery shopping and sports.
We tried rice with my son last week. He’s had a couple rough days behavior-wise. So I think we’ll keep that out for now. Maybe in a week or two we’ll try avocado. We’re actually getting to the end of his allergy list. There are only a few things left that he has to avoid.
Yesterday my husband and the big kids went strawberry picking. We’ve already frozen half of them, and I made eleven half pints of pectin-free easy strawberry freezer jam. We still have to freeze a few more.
So far on my kitchen to-do list I’ve got:
- soaked crackers
- soaked graham crackers
- sourdough bread
- Miracle Whip®
- pureed soups (for myself for easy breakfasts)
- freeze strawberries
- breakfast cake
- fruit snacks
- golden grahams (maybe)
My allergen friendly meal plans for this week include simple meals, rotated foods and hopefully stuff everyone can eat. That is always the goal. What is on your menu?
B – muffins and breakfast cookies, yogurt
L – grilled burgers, asparagus, french fries, peaches
D – tuna salad sandwiches, sweet potato fries, lettuce salad
*soak flour for graham crackers, make veggie purees, freeze strawberries, make Miracle Whip®
B – cereal, fruit
D (early) – taco salad, fruit salad
make golden grahams? make french dressing
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