It’s here! It’s here! It’s baby week!! In four days we finally get to meet this miracle baby. It is definitely time. Baby is running out of room…and I’m feeling it.
Everything is pretty much ready. The house is clean. The bags are packed. The food is prepared. Now we just wait and relax (if that’s possible).
For meals at the start of the week I’m focusing on very nutrient-dense things with broth, vegetables and probiotics. I want my food to be very easy on digestion and able to help my recovery from surgery and antibiotics.
The rest of my meal plans are a little more thorough than usual since I won’t be around to feed my kids. I’m sure they are going to have a blast with both sets of grandparents!
I still have a lot of delicious recipes coming your way. So even though I’ll be gone for a bit you won’t miss a thing. And of course I’ll give a baby update as soon as I’m able.
On to our menu. What’s going on in your kitchen this week?
“Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen.” Ephesians 3:20-21
D – cp roast chicken, broccoli, roasted potatoes
*make chicken broth, skim cream, freeze milk
D – pan seared salmon, baked potatoes, squash
*make ice cream, strain/freeze broth
D – chicken noodle soup, muffins
* RELAX :), finalize packing, make smoothies, make muffins
B – granola bars, smoothies / toast with pb, bagels
L – hot dogs, olives, chips / sandwiches, fruit/veggies
D – pea soup, zucchini muffins, bread w/ jam
B – granola w/ milk, fruit, fruit snacks / toast, bagels
L – hot dogs, beans, veggies / sandwiches, veggies
D – egg casserole, broccoli, applesauce
B – pancakes w/ syrup, fruit / yogurt, granola, toast
L – egg casserole, peas, fruit
D – chili, corn muffins, bread w/ jam