Menu Plan {2.26-3.3}

The snow is falling here again, so I have some warm meals planned. I may stash a few more leftovers in the freezer, too!

Day Breakfast Lunch Dinner Other
Sun 2/26 Cheese Omelets, Toast Popcorn, Ants on a Log, Oranges Slow Cooker Baked Potato Soup, Salad
Mon 2/27 Cinnamon Roll Pancakes, Eggs Salmon Melts with Tomatoes, Oranges Lentil Gratin, Brown Rice
Tue 2/28 Pumpkin Waffles, Homemade Yogurt Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Oranges Tacos, Raw Veggies
Wed 2/29 Apple Omelets, Muffins Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Raw Veggies Split Pea Soup, Oranges
Thu 3/1 Egg Drop Breakfast, Toast Peanut Butter Sandwiches, Oranges Roast Chicken & Veggies, Brown Rice
Fri 3/2 Soaked Porridge (from Nourishing Traditions), Eggs Baked Potatoes with Cheese, Oranges White Chicken Enchiladas with Green Chile Sour Cream Sauce, Green Salad To Do: Soak Beans
Sat 3/3 Apple Omelets, Toast Salmon Salad Sandwiches, Oranges Chickpea & Veggie Curry, Brown Rice

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2 comments to Menu Plan {2.26-3.3}

  • Stephanie Tucker

    I’m fairly new to your blog. I enjoy reading your thoughts and am looking forward to making the pumpkin waffles soon. By the way, I mill my own wheat and bake my own bread, too.

    After looking at your menu plans for about a month now, I have a concern. The most current recommendation is 7-13 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. I personally struggle with this myself, but I am very aware of the large amount of research showing that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is crucial to good health.

    Here’s what I do. While I try to buy produce that is in season like oranges right now, I find it very convenient to have a freezer stocked with frozen veggies. I was buying most of them from Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods, but recently switched from Sam’s to Costco Wholesale. Now I can buy a lot of organic frozen veggies in bulk and save a huge amount of money. Of course, most local grocery stores sell bulk bags of frozen veggies, too, as opposed to Green Giant or even the grocery store brand. My toddler loves eating steamed peas, carrots, green beans, mixed veggies, lima beans, etc. It’s so easy and fast to steam them, too.

    So I just want to encourage you to integrate way more produce into your weekly menu plans. I can tell we are both trying to feed our families healthy, frugal meals. Thank you for your post and keep at it.


    Michele @ Frugal Granola Reply:

    @Stephanie Tucker, Our fruits & veggies are usually added to our diet with 3-4 snacks per day (in addition to what it is in the meal plain), to get our total intake for the day.



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