Here’s our meal plan for the week:
all baked goods are made with honey or maple instead of the sugar in the recipe
- Oatmeal Bar
- Waffles: either the Buttermilk Corn Waffles or Oatmeal Waffles
- Yogurt Berry Parfaits
- Smoothies/Juices and Muffins
- Not Too Sweet Granola or Trader Joe’s Shredded Wheat Cereal
- Eggs and Toast
- Cheese Enchiladas
- Rice and Beans
- Sandwiches – made on Trader Joe’s Harvest Whole Wheat Bread that is sweetened with honey.
- Pasta with Red Sauce
- Pasta Salad
- Burritos – made with Trader Joe’s Tortillas that contain no sugar.
- Creamy Vegetable Soup
I didn’t get to all the dinners that I planned last week (forgot to thaw), so they go into the rotation this week.
* denotes recipes that aren’t available online.
- Fish Tacos and Cole Slaw – tacos made with homemade corn tortillas; cole slaw will have honey instead of sugar
- Quick Chicken Cassoulet*, Broccoli
- Chicken Fajitas
- Taco Joe’s*
- Pizza Night
- Chef’s Choice
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If you just don’t have the time or inclination to do it yourself this week, no worries!
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