Menu Plan {9.26-10.2}

It looks like the autumn rains are on their way, so I’ve planned some stews, soups, and crockpot suppers for the week. I’ll also be making a big batch of chili for our AWANA night supper at church. We love having fresh pears to munch on, too! We’ve been getting cabbage, green beans, carrots, zucchini, and a few tomatoes from our garden lately, so I’ve added those into our meal plan.

Day Breakfast Lunch Dinner Other
Mon 9/26 Soaked Porridge (from Nourishing Traditions) with Nectarines, Eggs Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Pears Three Cheese Chicken Alfredo Bake, Green Beans To Do: Bake Bread
Tue 9/27 Carrot Cake Waffles, Eggs Sweet & Sour Lentils, Brown Rice, Pears Taco Dip, Raw Veggies, Tortilla Chips To Do: Soak Beans
Wed 9/28 Omelets, Muffins Salmon Salad Sandwiches, Pears Chili, Grated Cheese, Cornbread, Raw Veggies
Thu 9/29 Cinnamon Roll Pancakes, Eggs Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Pears Crockpot Autumn Venison Stew To Do: Soak Beans
Fri 9/30 Breakfast Quesadillas Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Pears Crockpot Santa Fe Chicken, Brown Rice To Do: Bake Zucchini Bread
Sat 10/1 Zucchini Bread, Eggs Baked Potatoes with Cheese, Cabbage Salad Lentil Soup, Bread, Carrots
Sun 10/2 Cheese Omelets, Toast Peanut Butter Popcorn, Pears, Milk Venison Steak with Mushroom Tarragon Cream Sauce, Brown Rice, Cabbage Salad

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6 comments to Menu Plan {9.26-10.2}

  • beth

    Could you tell me what’s in your cabbage salad?? :)

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    Michele @ Frugal Granola Reply:

    @beth, Cabbage, carrots, & chives from the garden, tossed with a homemade oil & vinegar dressing. Sorry, I don’t have a recipe for you. :)
    Blessings,
    Michele

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  • When you make a pasta dish, what kind of pasta do you use? We almost never eat pasta any more because I don’t know what kind is okay to buy!

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    Michele Reply:

    I usually just substitute brown rice. We rarely get pasta, too. :)
    Blessings,
    Michele

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    Amanda Z Reply:

    @Michele, Thanks, Michelle. That’s way more affordable than quinoa pasta or sprouted grain pasta!

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    Michele Reply:

    @Amanda Z, If we want noodles, sometimes I will use a vegetable peeler to make zucchini “noodles” (sauteed with a bit of butter). :)
    Blessings,
    Michele

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