A little late, I know!! I'm trying to reduce some of our meat consumption on a daily basis while adding in more vegetable dinners. Some of my guys are not liking the changes....and I am not surprised. I suppose I have been changing things up a lot with our foods, but for years I have cooked almost two seperate meals at times trying to make sure my food allergy kids had plenty to choose from. Now I pretty much cook one main dish that all can eat and fill in with sides. That means most of our dishes no longer have any dairy, egg or wheat products. We still consume dairy and egg, but not in our main dishes for the most part.
Breakfasts this week are baked oatmeals (I do make two pans...one with no dairy or egg and one with)...this morning's has some blueberries added in. GF DF EF pancakes, bacon, sausage, eggs and grits.
Lunches are leftovers or soups....beef stew, French onion soup, potato soup, chicken soup.
Sunday-after our small group book study we headed to our favorite Mexican restaurant
Monday-lentil rice casserole, roasted root veggies (carrots, sweet potatoes, rutabaga and turnips), roasted red potatoes and onions, green beans and turnip greens
Tuesday-white bean chicken chili with tortilla chips and salad (making a few variations with the recipe...using a whole shredded chicken, dry beans and homecanned chicken stock)
Wednesday-ground beef hash and green beans
Thursday-stir fry beef and broccoli with rice, egg drop soup
Friday-homemade pizzas and salad
Saturday-chicken pot pie, English peas and salad
Sunday-pinto beans topped with chopped onions, shredded cheese and sour cream, corn cakes and salad