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I was about to get the kids dressed this morning so we could take my husband to the airport for a business trip when we got a phone call explaining that the trip was cancelled due to a winter storm. I was thrilled, my husband would be home all week, but my lazy plans of sandwiches and noodles would have to change. We need a real Meal Plan.
I also have Healthy Cravings this week. Healthy Cravings is a monthly class/support group for people in the Phoenix area who want to make healthier food choices. This month’s class is about adapting recipes!
My Meal Plan is directly impacted by my schedule. What and How I cook depends on how much time and energy I’ll be able to put into meals.
Plant-Based Meal Plan
Cereal was on sale this week so my kids will be happy to have cereal most days. I don’t eat cereal very often and prefer a hot breakfast.
- Baked Sweet Potatoes with cinnamon
- Crock Pot Breakfast Hash (a new recipe I need to share but haven’t because it doesn’t photograph well)
- leftover pancakes
- leftover breakfast scramble
My kids usually have something easy like sandwiches, toast, baked potatoes or leftovers. I usually add raw veggies to my kids lunch; carrots and broccoli are very common.
- Taco Potatoes
- Green Chili, Cilantro and Lime Soup (from the freezer!!!)
This week we have company over one night, Healthy Cravings another night, new recipes to try and appointments almost every afternoon. Can you relate?
- Chili and Faux Cheesy Potatoes
- Veggie Fajitas and Cilantro Lime Quinoa
- Pancake and Veggie Eggless Scramble
- Cheesy Broccoli and Rice Casserole (Crock Pot) for Healthy Cravings
- Veggie Pot Pie
I like to have a dessert at Healthy Cravings so I will probably do some baking as well. My son has been “mentioning” that he likes Banana Bread a lot lately. I may finally take the hint and make it for him.
What does your Meal Plan look like this week?