I’m going to try to get back on this bandwagon!!

We have some specific produce items from the co-op that we need to use up and there are several things in the freezer that needs to be used so that’s a definite influence on our menu for this week. And since we now have a non-stop supply of fresh farm eggs (ours), Breakfast For Dinner and Eggs for breakfast are regular weekly occurrences!

Monday

B~ Oatmeal & blueberries

L~ Homemade “lunchables” with fruit

S~ Beef Enchiladas, beans, rice

Tuesday

B~ Banana Nut Muffins, bacon

L~ Lean Pockets, veggies & ranch

S~ Baked Potato Soup (with bacon and cheese.)

Wednesday

B~ Eggs & Bacon, cantaloupe

L~ Grilled Cheese & Kale Chips

S~ BBQ Chicken, potato salad, veggies

Thursday

B~ Cereal & fruit

L~  Mac-N-Wienies, steamed broccoli

S~  Beans, rice, cornbread

Friday

B~ Eggs, Bacon, fruit

L~ Tuna Salad, Crackers, veggies

S~ Grilled Chicken Salads

Saturday

B~ Biscuits & gravy (& bacon and fruit if we have any left)

L~ Leftovers and/or sandwiches

S~ Porcupine Meatballs, veggies

Sunday

B~ Cereal

L~ Tacos

S~ Breakfast For Supper (the highlight of my week!): Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Spicy Hashbrowns, Homemade biscuits with homemade jam

Have you ever tried Kale Chips? We haven’t. This is the first time we’re making it. CROSS YOUR FINGERS AND PRAY MY KIDS LIKE IT!! =) You’ll notice that bacon is a recurring theme around here. Hubby prefers turkey bacon but the kids and I eat the real thing, and since I’m now convinced that bacon grease is good for you, I’ll never go back. ;0) But we also eat tons and tons of raw, uncooked fresh organic produce and raw milk as often as I can travel the half hour to get some. Our eating habits still need some tweaking but we’re slowly but surely changing to more and more home cooked unprocessed foods. And oh, what a tasty journey!

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Hey, y’all! I'm Amber, and I wear many hats: Pastor's wife, marriage advocate, eclectic homeschooler, mother of three, and domestically challenged homemaker--lovin’ life and livin’ deep in the heart of Texas.
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