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Kid-Friendly Real Food Meal Plan Week of 2-5-17

This week’s kid-friendly real food meal plan and agenda include our usual activities, Super Bowl and restocking my pantry with homemade staples.This week's kid-friendly real food meal plan and agenda include our usual activities, Super Bowl and restocking my pantry with homemade staples.

Getting Back in the Kitchen

It’s been a while since I’ve had time to do much baking. But it’s something that I LOVE to do! And since I’m trying to focus on a little self-care and making time for things I enjoy I went on a little baking Frenzy Friday afternoon (when my little one would not nap again!).

I made two batches of breakfast cookies, brownies and chocolate chip bars. And it made me realize I haven’t made some of our staples in a while. I want to restock. So this week I’m hoping to make a batch of graham crackers and granola bars. Maybe next week I’ll make homemade Golden Grahams®.

I’m also hoping to make corn bread and homemade tortillas this week. Though we’ll see how things go. That’s a lot to fit into an already busy week!

We’re Expanding

We continue to try new foods for my kids as they heal. Last week we reintroduced oats for my son. And my toddler tried carrots. No noticeable reactions for either!!

This is a HUGE step for my toddler. She has reacted to all roots (carrots, potatoes, garlic, onion, beet, etc.) since she was nine months old. I am ecstatic to be adding some back!! I’ll give carrots another week or so and then try another. Maybe potatoes.

Putting on my Writing Cap

Now that it’s February I’m trying to dig my heals in and write my new book! The hardest part is getting started. My goal is to have the book totally ready by the end of March. So I need to get going! Pardon the silence on the blog while I work on the book.

Here is our kid-friendly real food meal plan for the week. Of course we’re starting with fun party food. How about you? Any game day treats?This week's kid-friendly real food meal plan and agenda include our usual activities, Super Bowl and restocking my pantry with homemade staples.

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Sunday
B – cereal, fruit | breakfast cookies, fruit
L – crockpot pork chops, rice, peas
D – IP mac ‘n’ cheese, 7 layer dip and guacamole with chips, crackers with cheese, jello
prep: make granola bars
notes: 

Monday
B – granola bars, yogurt
D – beef vegetable soup, crackers with cheese
prep: boil eggs
notes: prep ahead dinner

Tuesday
B – hard boiled eggs, toast
D – IP chili, corn bread
prep: bake corn bread
notes:

Wednesday
B – bagels with cream cheese
D – sloppy joes, roasted potatoes, broccoli
prep:
notes:

Thursday
B – cereal, fruit | breakfast cookies, fruit
D – tacos, beans, spinach
prep: make tortillas
notes:

Friday
B – yogurt, granola bars
D – pancakes, bacon, peas and carrots
prep: 
notes: 

Saturday
B – pancakes, bacon, fruit
D – at birthday party
prep: make graham crackers
notes:

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