Menu Plan: Post-Op Food

 

A’s surgery went very well. As I type this, he’s hanging out with his sisters, bemoaning the fact that we won’t let him run or jump. Never mind that 48 hours ago they cut his chest open… :)  We are grateful for a wonderful team of doctors and many, many loving prayers!

 

From the moment he saw this recipe up on my screen, A. has been begging me to make it. So, I figured, what better time than this? I can spoil my patient a bit.

 

Here’s what we’re eating!

 

Sunday:

Breakfast (for the littles before 7:30am Mass)–Rice Krispies, Clementines, Milk

Brunch–Maple Oat Waffles (from Jessica’s cookbook), Yogurt, Fruit

Snack–popcorn and cheese

D–Slow Cooker Honey Sesame Chicken 

 

Monday:

B–Brown Sugar Raisin Oatmeal, Milk

 

D–Creamy Marsala Noodles, made with homemade cream of mushroom soup

 

Tuesday:  

B–Pineapple Coconut Muffins, Bananas

D–Carnitas Soft Tacos

 

Wednesday:

B–Pineapple Coconut Muffins, Bananas

D–Tomato Soup w/  Wine-infused Mushrooms & Mini Chicken Meatballs (This is the 3yo’s brainchild– I kid you not– so we’ll see how it turns out!)

 

Thursday: 

B–Tea & Crumpets Oatmeal, Milk

D–Tuna Rice Casserole, Peas (date night for us!)

 

Friday:

B–Banana PB Smoothie, Toast

D–Tomato, Feta, and Spinach Pizza*

 

Saturday:

 

B–Bacon Breakfast Burritos

D–Chicken Chow Mei Fun (<– I am totally winging this– I’ll let you know!)

 

*All Friday pizzas for the next six weeks will be meatless in keeping with our Catholic tradition of meatless Fridays during Lent.

 

Anything you’re looking forward to eating this week? Let me know in the comments!

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2 comments to Menu Plan: Post-Op Food

  • Sonja

    I’m trying the slow cooker honey sesame chicken…thanks for the recipe!

    • You’re welcome, Sonja! I hope you enjoy it! I’d add more soy sauce, if I were you. I ended up adding some to my finished plate. It was tasty, but the sweet overpowered the soy flavor, IMO. I’ll definitely make it again, though! I’ll just use about 1/4 soy sauce instead of 2T.

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