This week’s allergen friendly meal plans and kitchen projects are all about easy summer food, getting ready for Father’s Day and vacation prep work.
June is kind of crazy busy for us. We didn’t really plan it that way. But it happened. My husband has been traveling, my daughter had a week of cheer camp and we’re taking a little vacation.
I’m so happy that my husband comes home this week! We’ve been keeping up without him. But it sure is a lot nicer to have him around. And just in time for Father’s Day!
We’ve all been adjusting to school being out for the summer. I think my son is very happy to have big sister around to play with.
This week shouldn’t be too busy. We’ll make our weekly trip to the library and farmer’s market. My little one also has a check up.
I did more experimenting last week to confirm that all root veggies are out for my little one. Even small amounts cause her major digestive issues (whether she eats them or I do…this time it was beets). So we’ll take those off the menu for now. I’m hoping this is the last thing we have to remove and we’ll have a very happy girl now.
I am still sticking with a rotational diet to help prevent any further food issues and to work on healing.
My son has been doing lots of healing lately as well. We’re slowly able to try more foods again. Recently we tried peas. So far so good. I think we’ll try rice this week. If he could have rice that would open a whole new world of possibilities for us! I’ll be updating this allergy post soon with his progress.
I am ready to get started with my healing protocol after my hair analysis. I just ordered a couple of my supplements. I’ll order the rest soon and start adding them one at a time. I must admit – I’m quite excited to try a new probiotic. I hope this one works for me.
My kitchen projects this week include:
- fruit snacks
- soaked crackers
- sourdough bread
- gluten free bread
- breakfast cookies
- cupcakes (my son’s request for Father’s Day treats…I’m still trying to decide which recipe to use)
- yogurt (if we have extra milk today)
I still have to plan our Father’s Day menu and any other possible treats. Then it’s time to start thinking about vacation prep and what food/snacks I’ll need with us.
Here are my allergen friendly meal plans for the week.
I tried my best to rotate our meats, grains and vegetables. I’m starting to add lunch menus to some of the days. I have to be sure there is enough my little one can eat too now. She sure loves to eat!! What is on your menu this week?
B – sd breakfast cake, yogurt, plums
L – squash and sausage soup, cinnamon raisin sourdough bread
D – sweet and sour sloppy joes, chips, peas
*bake sd bread, make fruit snacks, soak flour for crackers, make yogurt
B – granola, yogurt, fruit
D – pesto chicken, rice, peas
B – cereal, fruit
D – waffles, bacon, roasted cauliflower and brussels sprouts
*soak flour for cupcakes, soak flour for breakfast cookies