Monday, September 17, 2012

Menu Monday!

This week I'm starting a new accountability series: Menu Monday. The objective is to post my menu for the week on Monday and then the next Monday tell how well I followed up with it!

So here's this week's menu!

Monday:
BF: Oatmeal with Almonds
AM: Cheese stick
L: Refried Beans
PM: Nuts and Cheese
D: Chilli
AD: Jello

Tuesday:
BF: Ezekial French Toast with Strawberries and Balsamic Vinegar
AM: Nuts
L: TBD (out to lunch with my mommy!)
PM: Protein bar
D: Sausage and Peppers w/ Spaghetti Squash
AD: Pudding Pop

Wednesday:
BF: Gluten Free Waffle w/ peanut butter
AM: Nuts
L: Leftovers
PM: Triscuit and Cheese
D: Roasted Chicken, sauteed squash, green salad
AD: Coffee

Thursday:
BF: Oatmeal with Berries
AM: Cheese
L: Leftovers
PM: Nuts
D: Leftovers
AD: Pudding Pop

Friday:
BF: Ezekiel french toast w/berries and almonds
AM: Nuts
L: Leftovers
PM: Cheese
D: Shrimp Stir Fry
AD: Jello

Saturday:
BF: Kashi Cereal
AM: Cheese
L: Meat, Cheese and Crackers
PM: Nuts
D: Makeover meal w/ chicken
AD: Coffee

Sunday:
BF: Gluten Free pancake and sausage muffins
AM: Nuts
L: Leftovers
PM: Cheese
D: Leftovers
AD: Pudding Pop

Be sure to check back next week to see how I did!!

6 comments:

SuperMom Blues said...

By the way, to decipher my abbreviations:
BF = breakfast
L = Lunch
D = Dinner
AM = morning snack
PM = afternoon snack
AD = after dinner snack/dessert

Jen said...

What's Ezekiel french toast? I hate being out of the loop!

Lisa said...

I was wondering about the exekiel french toast, too. I'm intrigued!

This is a great idea. I figure out our dinners for the week before grocery shopping, since the hubby eats breakfast & lunch at the cafe at work and the girl eats lunch at school. I have to fight her to take a vitamin and drink a glass of milk before school. I really only have to worry about MY food!

SuperMom Blues said...

Hey ladies! Okay, Ezekiel 4:9 bread - it's a sprouted grain bread made from wheat, millet, flax, and other grains. The sprouting of the grains adds protein and ups the fiber content. It's sold frozen, and you usually keep it frozen. I'm not fond of it thawed, but once it IS thawed I love it toasted or made into french toast. It's SUPER dense, chewy, and a little nutty. You can get it at most health food stores, Sprouts, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, United . . . Most of those places have it too.

I'll post the recipe for it and the balsamic berries soon! :-)

bequoted said...

Haaa! I wish I had enough savvy to plan and adhere to a weekly menu. Good for you! Visiting from SITS!

cham said...

everything sounds yummy!

happy sits day! :)