Menu Plan Monday

by angelaskitchen on May 7, 2007

Barely…Here it is, 9 p.m. and I am FINALLY getting my Menu Plan Monday post up.  I really didn’t plan this weekend, as I usually do.  Friday, I went to the preschool farm field trip (Yay!) and potluck dinner with our Bible study small group.  Saturday, after going to the Green Expo with the family, I puttered around in my kitchen experimenting with a GFCF French bread (soon to be posted, just a bit more tweeking needed).  Sunday was church and baking cookies with my middle daughter.  In between, I snuggled with the girls (my big boy was Boy Scout camping IN THE RAIN AND MUD–he had a great time anyway), read “If You Give a Pig a Pancake” countless times, got to read my own book (wow!), and even took a nap on Sunday.  With all that relaxing, it was hard to squeeze some responsibilities in!

I hope everyone had as nice of a weekend as I did.

The photos are all from the farm trip.  It was a windy, windy day, but very fun.  All the baby animals were out and cute as could be.  We had a blast.

For Menu Plan Monday fun, head on over to Laura’s blog.  There are over 100 this week!!  Amazing!

Printable grocery list for this week’s dinners.

Monday:  Slow Cooker Pot Roast with veggies and a salad

Tuesday:  Gluten-free spaghetti & sauce, gluten-free garlic bread and a big salad

Wednesday:  Hot Roast beef Sandwiches (using extra pot roast from Monday) with spinach salad

Thursday:  Slow cooker turkey meatloaf and a salad

Friday:  Probably some leftovers for the gluten and dairy-free ones of us, before we go over to my groovy friend’s house to celebrate her finishing grad school.  Woo-hoo!!  (You rock AND roll!!)

Menu Plan Monday

Monday, May 7, 2007

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Monday, May 14, 2007 – 10:01 PM
i would love to know how you do GF/CF garlic bread. does it still taste good? my ds is allergic/intolerant to just about everything. i’ve gotten a pretty good biscuit recipe down tho.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007 – 11:21 AM
I will try to posting the recipe this weekend.  I want to get some “how to” photos posted with it also.  I think it’s pretty good.  It works for us anyway! An easy short cut garlic bread is to take your regular GFCF bread and brush it with a mixture of GFCF margarine or olive oil and garlic and basil, or just the garlic.  I then lay the bread face up on a baking sheet and toast in the oven.  Instant garlic bread!

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