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Allergen Friendly Meal Plans Week of 2-22-15

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Homemade Dutch Apple Pie Weekly MenuIt’s the last week of February! That sure went by quickly. We’ve been enduring bitter cold here. I sure am anxious for spring. How about you? Until then I’ll keep getting as much broth down as possible and serving lots of soup.

This will be a busy week as usual. My son has a speech therapy appointment. He’s almost done!  I’m guessing we’ll have one more appointment. I’m amazed at how quickly his speech has improved. And I’m so thankful we started at a young age and he’ll have this taken care of before he starts school in the fall.

My little one turned six months old yesterday!  How is that possible? It seems like she was just born. Up to now we’ve only been giving her broth. Yesterday she had a tiny taste of my squash soup. She really seemed to enjoy it. I think we’ll let her taste avocado today. I have a feeling she’s going to be more interested in solids than my other two were at this age. She is always eyeing what we’re eating.Menu | Homemade Dutch Apple Pie

My kitchen will be a busy place as usual. It’s hard to keep up with how much I eat πŸ˜›  Here is what I hope to make: soaked gf df graham crackers, soaked gf df cereal, soaked gf cupcakes (recipe coming), soaked gf df noodles (recipe coming), spinach pesto, soaked gf df bread (recipe coming), sourdough bread, soaked gf df winter spice bread, soaked gf df scones, quinoa milk (recipe coming), coconut milk and water kefir. I will also make something for breakfast on Saturday that my kids choose (I haven’t asked them what they want yet). I’ll also have a couple crockpots of beef broth going all week so I can restock my freezer.

Last week I continued my basic grains series with oatmeal and rice. I also reviewed a Mom + Baby box from Ecocentric Mom. This week I’ll be finishing my basic grains series and kicking off a new one!

Here is a look at our menu. What are you having this week?

Homemade Dutch Apple Pie Menu

B – breakfast cookies, yogurt
L – brats, french fries, peas
D – cp beef roast, roasted potatoes, carrots
*make graham crackers, soak flour for noodles, make coconut milk, soak quinoa for milk, make broth, make kefir

B – english muffin w/ pb and honey, fruit
D – pesto pasta, roasted cabbage, garlic toast
*make noodles, make pesto, make quinoa milk, soak flour for bread, make broth, soak beans, boil eggs

B – hard boiled egg, toast
D (prep ahead) – cp pork and beans, tortilla chips, fruit
*make gf bread, feed sd starter, make broth

B – yogurt, granola, fruit
D (prep ahead) – broccoli noodle soup, sd bread
*make sd bread, make broth, soak oats

B – oatmeal
D – sweet and sour meatballs, mashed potatoes, beans
*soak flour for cereal, dry oats, make granola, soak flour for bread, make kefir

B – yogurt parfaits
D – winter spice bread, bacon, roasted cauliflower, smoothies
*make cereal, make bread, soak flour for muffins, soak flour for cupcakes, soak rice, soak flour for scones

B – kids’ choice – gf df raspberry muffins, milkshake
D – salmon cakes, squash, seasoned rice
*make muffins, clean make cupcakes, make scones


  1. Kristy says:

    I’ve been following your blog for a short time and I’m really enjoying seeing how you set-up your week food-wise. I too spend a large portion of my time in the kitchen as I prepare homemade, traditional foods for my family. My question is: do you always have the time to get everything done that you plan for the week? Most weeks there are at least 1-2 items I can’t get to or I have over- scheduled myself in the kitchen and I get burnout πŸ™‚

    • Mary says:

      I’m so glad you are enjoying it Kristy!

      I’m human – no, I don’t always do everything. Most of the time I do. Sometimes I even add projects as the week goes on. But sometimes I just run out of time and energy. Give yourself some grace and do your best πŸ™‚

      I’m supposed to soak flour for homemade noodles tonight. I really don’t feel like it. But I will because else my son won’t have anything to eat tomorrow for our dinner πŸ˜› Plus I have to empty the dishwasher and get other things ready for morning. Sometimes you just have to give yourself a little push.

      • Kristy says:

        Thanks for your reply. Yes, this weekend I had a bunch of kitchen tasks that I just never got to because of time… But, it’s a a new week! πŸ™‚

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