Menu Plan: 4/29 – The Eating by Ancestry Project

I don’t know if anyone was keeping track, but we ate oatmeal EIGHTEEN times last month and had chicken for dinner in some way, shape, or form for 28 out of 30 nights.  It was fairly crazy, but you know what?  Nobody got sick of it, which I guess is a testament to my ability to cook one thing a bazillion different ways. ;)

 

Sunday

B: Cheerios, Apples, Yogurt, Water

 

L: Buttermilk Chocolate Bread, Hard Boiled Eggs, Oranges

S: Soft Pretzels with honey mustard dip

D: Sunday supper at Bama & Papa’s

 

Monday

B: PB&J Oatmeal, Milk

D: Pancakes, Ham, Apples

 

Tuesday

B: Peaches & Cream Muffins, Apples, Milk

D: Mini Pizzas, Green Beans

 

Wednesday

B: Peaches & Cream Muffins, Oranges, Milk

D: Barbecued Beef, Potatoes, Corn

 

Thursday

B: Peppermint Crunch Oatmeal, Fruit, Milk

D: Poor Man’s Chicken Parm Sandwiches, Carrot Sticks (<– to go!  It’s baseball practice season.)

 

Friday

B: Mixed Banana Berry Smoothies, Toast

D: Chicken, Broccoli, & Garlic White Pizza

 

Saturday

 

B: English Muffin Breakfast Sandwiches, Mixed Fruit

L: Chicken Soup, Jello

D: Italian Wedding Soup, homemade Crescent Rolls

 

 

 

And that’s the plan!  

 

What’s your favorite thing on your menu plan this week?  

 

** Fun project alert!!**   In June, I will be experimenting by eating only foods native to those countries from which my ancestors come– in my case, Norway and Germany– for one week.  I already have a few adventurous souls who will be joining me in trying this out.  I’m calling it “Eating by Ancestry.”  Interested?  I would LOVE to have you participate (and to add you to our Pinterest group board, if you’d like)!  Leave me a comment or drop me an email.  Or comment on this FB post (more details can be found there, as well):

https://www.facebook.com/ParentingMiracles/posts/288150591266982

 

 

 

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