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Allergen Friendly Meal Plans Week of 1-25-15

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Homemade Dutch Apple Pie Weekly MenuJanuary is coming to a close. That means some of our regular activities start back up.  It was nice to have a little break from the busyness.

This week we’ll jumping in head first with speech therapy, Kindermusik, dance and a playdate. I don’t like that I’m starting out feeling run down after being out late last night. A nap may be in order today!

A couple weeks ago I started adding raw egg yolks to my diet. They seemed to go well for my little one. So last week I tried eating whole cooked eggs. She had some reactions last week, so I’m wondering if it’s the whites. I’ll take them back out for a week or two and try again.

I think I’m going to start my little one on broth this week. I’m excited to see her reaction.

I finally have all of my supplements! I started taking my vitamin K2 last week. Yesterday I started liquid cod liver oil (so I can get the correct/higher dose) and skate liver oil. The skate has vitamin K as well. I’m really hoping that I will see improvements now.

The food addition for my son has been at a stand still. He’s still been acting a bit off. Today is supposed to be our day to try sourdough. But I’m not sure if he’s ready. We’ll see how he’s doing today. I hope we can. Both of the big kids are so excited!Menu Homemade Dutch Apple Pie

I was reading the beverage section of Nourishing Traditions last week and read that adding gelatin to raw milk makes it easier to digest – that is part of the homemade formula recipe. So when we are ready to try milk with my son again I will definitely try that! I also found recipes for oat and quinoa milk. Those are on my to-do list now.

Today I am going to try grinding amaranth.  It’s been a while since I’ve ground any grains. Once I see how that goes I can order my bulk grains.

We have a playdate at our house later this week so I’ll be doing some extra cleaning and preparing a few snacks.

Last week was the week of broth challenge. I hope you joined in!  I loved making sure my family got broth every day. I’ll do my best to keep that up.

I also posted some recipes in my simple smoothie series – kiwi strawberry and sunrise.  I’ve got more coming this week. Be sure to check back.

It’s time to get this week started. Are you ready with a meal plan so you keep your family well fed? Here is what we’re having.

Homemade Dutch Apple Pie Menu

B – yogurt, granola, fruit
L – hamburgers, hummus and gaucamole w/ veggies and chips
D – ham and bean soup, sourdough bread
*make sourdough bread, make fruit snacks, soak quinoa for bars, boil eggs

B – hard boiled egg, toast
D – cp roast chicken, roasted potatoes, broccoli
*cook quinoa, make bars, grind amaranth, make broth, prep smoothies

B – smoothie, fruit
D (prep ahead) – cp sweet and sour meatballs, TBD cold salad
*soak flour for cereal, strain broth

B – yogurt, granola bar, fruit
D (prep ahead) – baked potato soup, crackers w/ cheese
*make “Golden Grahams

B – english muffin w/ peanut butter, fruit
D – beef stroganoff, mashed potatoes, carrots
*clean, bake TBD, soak flour for waffles

B – yogurt parfait
D – waffles, sausage, peas, fruit salad
*clean, soak rice

B – waffles, sausage
D – salmon cakes, seasoned rice, beans
*feed sourdough, make oat milk, soak flour for graham crackers, soak beans


  1. Sara says:

    Sounds like another delicious week! We had sweet and sour meatballs, potato soup and ham and bean soup last week. 🙂 Will Abram eat potato soup since he doesn’t like potatoes? I do half potatoes and half cauliflower when I make it. Really hoping all the immune boosting remedies this past week do their job.. The stomach flu is running rampant in Orlando, from what I’ve heard… :-/

    • Mary says:

      No, he won’t eat it and I can’t. But the other two can 🙂 I’ll just do broth w/ veggies for us.

      I hope it all goes well!!! I just saw something about measles in Disney Land.

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