We ended up having leftovers a couple of times last week (almost unheard of in this house), so I didn't make everything on my menus. I love it when that happens! Because of that, I have some duplicates.
The breakfasts look large with whole grains and smoothies or a protein, but I am using smaller servings. I am trying to get a nice variety of nutrients in first thing every day. Ideas are appreciated!
Breakfast: oatmeal, green kefir smoothie
Lunch: quesadillas, carrot sticks
Dinner: Tuna Noodle Casserole, green beans
Breakfast: Leftover Oatmeal Muffins, scrambled eggs, fruit
Lunch: PB & J, celery sticks
Dinner: Lentils & Rice Casserole, salad
Breakfast: cooked millet, green kefir smoothie
Lunch: Crockpot Spaghetti, salad
Dinner: Red Beans & Rice, green beans
Breakfast: sourdough toast, fried eggs, fruit
Dinner: Sloppy Joes, Baked Fries, salad
Breakfast: Fruit & Yogurt Delight with homemade granole
Lunch: grilled cheese sandwiches, carrot sticks
Dinner: Homemade Pizza, salad
I'm going to try a large brunch and see if I can get away with two meals, as I do a lot of cooking & baking for the week on Saturdays.
Brunch: Blender Batter Pancakes, Homemade Turkey Sausage, fruit
Dinner: spaghetti with meat sauce or homemade pizza, salad
We usually eat a late lunch/early dinner after church and graze if we're hungry later. :-)
Breakfast: toast, hard-boiled eggs, fruit
Lunch/Dinner: Easter meal
My menu plan calendar is available here if you are interested in seeing it. I keep that current each day when meals change (as they often do). It also includes daily cooking notes. I have it set up to send me an agenda via e-mail every day, which is very helpful.
For more menu plans, go to orgjunkie.com.