Menu Plan Monday 6.20-6.26

The little baby lettuces in our garden aren’t quite ready to harvest yet, so I picked up a bunch of organic salad greens at a discount product market while out of town last week. I’m looking forward to some summer salads!  We’ve also dug into the first of this year’s watermelon. What summer foods are you enjoying?


To Do: Soak Brown Rice, Soak Beans


  • Breakfast: Coconut Bread with Cream Cheese, Watermelon Cooler
  • Lunch: White Bean & Veggie Soup, Bread
  • Dinner: Baked Fish, Brown Rice Pilaf, Green Salad

To Do: Bake GF Bread


  • Breakfast: Teff Porridge with Crispy Nuts & Raisins
  • Lunch: Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Carrot Sticks
  • Dinner: Cream Cheese & Herb Omelets, Green Salad

To Do: Make Yogurt


To Do: Bake Sourdough Bread


  • Breakfast: Baked Oatmeal (from Simply in Season), Eggs
  • Lunch: Cheese Sandwiches, Watermelon
  • Dinner: Salmon Burgers with Homemade Tartar Sauce, Green Salad

To Do: Soak Beans


To Do: Soak Chickpeas


To Do: Soak Porridge

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7 comments to Menu Plan Monday 6.20-6.26

  • I’m enjoying peach ice cream. I recently posted an ice cream sandwich recipe that is SO good (though not terribly healthy). Eventually I hope to make a dairy-free version with a raw gingerbread recipe…but I’m indulging in the easier variety meanwhile.


  • Elizabeth Quigley

    Hi Michele,
    Thanks for your note. I normally give people credit when I post a recipe from the web. However since I tweaked this one and she doesn’t have a copyright on her blog nor does she require a link I didn’t put one. Here is what she has on her blog.
    All recipes are meant for public sharing and use.
    However thanks for letting me know the rules of blogging. I didn’t have a clue a link was required. In the future I will know to always put a link.I am still learning the ropes about blogging.


    Michele @ Frugal Granola Reply:

    @Elizabeth Quigley, No worries, Elizabeth! It’s a common mistake, but has had a lot of “publicity” lately online, regarding recipe copyrights. Just thought I’d let you know. :)

    Michele :)


  • The coconut bread is intriguing. Bread in a can in a crockpot? I think I need to try this :)


    Michele Reply:

    @Stacy @ Moderate Means, Stacy, let me know how it goes! :)

    We actually just poured it into a loaf pan and baked it in the oven. I don’t have any cans! (And we were hungry!) :)

    Michele :)


  • Can you share your teff porridge recipe/method? I have 5lbs of teff and would love some ideas. Thanks!


    Michele Reply:

    @Carrie, Hi, Carrie, I add 3 cups water + 1 cup teff, and bring to a boil. Stir regularly as it thickens. It will thicken more as it cools, too, so serve warm. :) I like to add some raw honey, cinnamon, raisins, and nuts, usually, too. Yum!



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