Sunday, October 10, 2010

This Week's Eatin': Meal Plans week of 10/10-10/16

The forecast this week:  BUSY.  Nuts.  CRAZY. 

My husband has a million meetings this week and I have lots to do to get ready for this month's PTA meeting as well as being all excited about my 31st birthday.  I LOVE birthdays and if you know me in real life, this isn't a surprise!  I shall spend this year's birthday in a PTA meeting but that's OK...I get to socialize with lots of people I like.  I'm hoping that I can get this much cooking done between soccer, playdates, a doctor's appointment, a get-together at the end of the week and everyday stuff so I'm utilizing leftovers a bit. 
Embrace the power of leftovers.  :) 

Sunday 10/10

Breakfast: cereal
Lunch: leftover pizza from last night's dinner
Dinner: spaghetti with roasted spaghetti squah and palomino sauce (mixture of tomato and alfredo sauces), zucchini bake

Monday 10/11

Breakfast: pumpkin chocolate chip bread and fruit
Lunch: leftover spaghetti, veggies and ranch
Dinner: pancakes, scrambled tofu and roasted veggies

Tuesday 10/12

Breakfast: leftover pancakes and yogurt
 Lunch: thai style carrot soup
Dinner: butternut squash chili and salad

Wednesday 10/13

Breakfast: toast and applesauce
Lunch: leftover chili with veggies
Dinner: pasta with lentils and kale, sauteed garlic spinach

Thursday 10/14

Breakfast: crumb cake and fruit
Lunch: chickpea sandwiches (pb and j for kids)

Friday 10/15

Breakfast: cereal
Lunch: bean burritos and quesadillas
Dinner: homemade pizza, veggies

Saturday 10/16

Breakfast: toast and apple sauce
Lunch: Indian buffet
Dinner: vegan mac and cheese and whatever yummy veggies I get from the farmer's market

Special Snacks/Treats for Lunchbox LOVE:

fruit gel babies (vegan jello), hummus and crackers, pumpkin whoopie pies

Hope you have a wonderful week.  :)




2 comments:

Vee said...

pancakes, scrambled tofu, and roasted veggies?!? That's quite the combo! LOL

I made some pumpkin chocolate chip cookies last for the first time that turned out amazing! They're not vegan, but I bet your pumpkin chocolate chip bread will be delicious too! =]

Keep up the good work, mama.

Amanda said...

Mmm...I love ANYTHING pumpkin chocolate chip, I swear.

I PROMISE that it isn't a weird combo; I do up the tofu like scrambled eggs and as far as the roasted veggies go, it's mostly potatoes and onions with maybe a few carrots...not much different than hash browns! :) SO it's a vegan version of breakfast for dinner!

If there is some leftover bread, maybe I'll pack up a slice tomorrow afternoon...

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