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Allergen Friendly Meal Plans Week of 4-5-15

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Homemade Dutch Apple Pie Allergen Friendly Meal PlansChrist is risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Happy Easter. I can’t think of a better way to start my week than by celebrating Christ’s resurrection. We are also celebrating my husband’s birthday today!

I hardly dare say it, but I think we are almost back to full health here.  Last week was filled with way too much puking, doctor’s visits, crying, restless nights, not eating and laundry for my taste. Hopefully this week will be much better.

My oldest will be home all week for spring break. We’re not going anywhere this year. I’m just going to enjoy having all three kids home and doing some fun projects together. I think I’m going to have the kids help me spring clean and do some baking to stock our empty freezer.

We also have to get the house cleaned up since my in-laws will be visiting this weekend. After sanitizing the house last week and finally getting my kids’ bedroom cleaned it shouldn’t be too hard.Allergen Friendly Meal Plans | Homemade Dutch Apple Pie

It just so happened that along with our crazy sickness week I had some big writing deadlines. I’m glad I managed to somehow get things done on time. Now it’s back to writing at my own pace. I still have quite a few deadlines in April, but they are doable.

I have a lot of items on my kitchen agenda this week.  Since today is my husband’s birthday I’m making him some special food. He requested lasagna and cheesecake. Plus you have to have fudge sauce to go with the cheesecake. So I’ll make those when my in-laws come. My son has also been begging for cookies (and wants to share them with Grandpa and Grandma). I also need to make graham crackers and muffins. I might make brownies and granola. And I’ll probably be making some sourdough bread to get me through the week. If time allows I’ll make strawberry frozen yogurt.

Last week I posted a few drink recipes – homemade oat milk, homemade quinoa milk and a bedtime beverage (you don’t want to miss that one!). Coming up this week I’ve got some fun ways to use broth.

 Here is our menu for this week. Enjoy your Easter celebration.

Homemade Dutch Apple Pie Menu

B – oatmeal, banana
L – with family
D – grilled hot dogs, grilled asparagus, french fries
*make water kefir, feed sd starter soak flour for graham crackers

B – muffins, fruit granola bar, yogurt
D – sd pizza w/ sausage and olives, carrots cp steak, seasoned rice, sauteed broccoli
*bake muffins?, make sd pizza crust, soak flour for brownies, make graham crackers, sprout beans

B – yogurt, granola, fruit
D – cp ham and bean soup, muffins
*soak flour for cookies, bake brownies, boil eggs

B – hard boiled eggs, toast
D – pork meatballs, mashed potatoes, beans
*make chocolate chip cookies, feed sd starter, make sd bread

B – cereal, fruit
D – scrambled eggs, sd toast, peas, pears
*make cream cheese, make fudge sauce, clean

B – yogurt, granola, fruit
D – cp roast beef, roasted sweet potatoes, roasted cauliflower and brussels sprouts, rolls
*make cheesecake, clean, prep breakfast

B – oat cups or yogurt parfaits, fruit, muffins, toast
L – sloppy joes, chips, vegetables with dip and hummus, fruit
D – lasagna, roasted mixed vegetables, garlic bread / cheesecake

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