This week’s allergen friendly meal plan focuses on peaches and more dietary experiments. It’s time to get more detailed with meal plans!
Happy Sunday! I’m starting this morning very thankful for a new day. Last night I had one of the most intense headaches ever. Praise the Lord it is gone now. And hopefully it will stay away.
The week ahead.
We’ve got a somewhat busy week ahead. We are meeting my daughter’s potential piano teacher. We need to get to the local meat market. And we have to decide if my daughter is going to take dance class again this year since signs us are this week. We will, of course, make lots of time for playing!
The other big event is my husband and oldest having a father daughter camping trip!
More diet changes.
My headache last night was likely from die off since I started a new probiotic a week ago. So I’m taking a few days off from it and starting again with an even smaller dose.
I think we determined the culprit foods for my little one the last couple weeks were egg whites and rice. Now that those are out she’s been doing well.
I’ve also been researching diet related to mold allergies a lot. My oldest has a bad mold allergy. So we are going to experiment most of the week. The biggest challenges are
- no leftovers more than 24 hours old…so I’m going to try freezing leftovers right after a meal
- no cultured/fermented food…cheese, yogurt, sourdough, fermented cod liver oil, etc.
- no smoked meats…sausage, bacon, ham, etc.
- no eggs, nuts, corn, tomatoes, potatoes or dried fruit
So I’m trying to really plan out every meal (as you’ll see in the menu) to make sure I have stuff for her.
Work in the kitchen.
This week it’s time to can peaches! I have to take care of this task before peaches are done. This will be my first canning of the year. Hopefully I can find the time to do it!!
In addition to peaches here are my kitchen projects:
- prepare camping food
- make breakfast bars (new recipe)
- make breakfast cookies (new recipe)
- make sd bread
- make Miracle Whip®
- make sd english muffins
Lots of great food.
This week it is all about peaches! You don’t want to miss any of these. I had so much to share I’ve actually got FOUR new recipes coming this week.
Here is this week’s allergen friendly meal plan. I’ve got lots of simple foods and hopefully enough details that we can really give this mold free diet a try. The lunches listed are for my daughter.
What is on your menu this week? Are you enjoying lots of fresh peaches?
B – cereal, fruit | salted caramel custard w/ nectarine, sd cherry granola | toast with sunbutter
L – tuna salad and bacon sandwiches, squash, nectarines
D – grilled hamburgers and corn, beans, applesauce
*make mayo, soak flour for bars
B – yogurt, granola | sd bread w/ avocado, tuna salad | granola w/ milk
L – leftover burger, peppers, crackers
D – chicken broccoli noodle casserole, applesauce
*make bars, soak flour for cookies
B – bars, fruit | broth w/ chicken, peas, spinach
L – chicken broccoli noodle casserole
D – meatballs, rice, peas
*make cookies, make sd bread
B – cookies, yogurt | broth w/ meatball and beans, cookie | cookie, milk
L – meatballs, rice peas
D – pork chops, baked sweet potatoes, cauliflower
*soak oats, can peaches, soak quinoa, freeze peaches, freeze tomatoes
B – oat cups | broth w/ pork and avocado
L – sunbutter and jelly sandwich, cucumbers
D – honey mustard chicken breasts, quinoa, beans
*make graham crackers, prep camping food, make peach jam
B – yogurt, granola, fruit | salted caramel custard w/ cherries
L – chicken, crackers, broccoli
D – camping | scrambled eggs, toast, peas
*prep camping food
B – camping | sd bread w/ avocado, sardines
L – camping
D – grilled steak, zucchini and peaches, french fries
*make sd english muffins