This week’s kid-friendly real food meal plan includes tacos (my toddler’s request), salmon cakes and some big meals while we have guests!
Another week. Another fever.
I’m starting to think at least one child will have a fever every week until winter is over. Thankfully it was another short-lived thing.
We have a busy week ahead with orthodontist, music, Spanish, piano and out-of-town guests! That means I’ll be busy in the kitchen any chance I get.
In the Kitchen
I have a lot of fun food I’d like to make. But I’m not sure I’ll have enough time. Here is my list of potentials.
- homemade lunch meat
- allergy free bread
- beef jerky
- graham crackers
- “Miracle Whip”
- veggie dip
- cheesecake OR pie OR bars
Looking at that list I may need to have a full week of cooking class for my kids instead of any other school work.
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Here is our kid-friendly real food meal plan for the week. Lots of delicious, kid requested food (though if it were up to my toddler we’d have tacos every night).
What’s on your menu?
B – yogurt, granola bars
D – crockpot rice and beans
notes: prep ahead dinner
B – toast with sunbutter, smoothies
D – tacos, leftover rice and beans
B – egg puffs, toast
D – crockpot stuffed cabbage unrolls
prep: make beef jerky
B – scrambled eggs, toast
L – TBD soup, muffins, crackers with cheese, veggies with dip
D – crockpot roast beef, au gratin potaoes, roasted cauliflower, carrots, pearsauce
Dessert – cheesecake
prep: bake muffins, make dip
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