Menu Plan Monday – April 13, 2009

by angelaskitchen on April 13, 2009

I’m walking 60 miles in the Breast Cancer 3-day!  Will you help me reach my goal?

Cupcke decorating-Easter 2009

I hope everyone had a good weekend.  Ours was great, getting to hang out with each other, making Easter Story cookies, going to church, and Easter dinner…  So nice.  My kid were fabulous helpers getting everything ready for Easter dinner.  I couldn’t have done it without them.  Thanks, guys!

Easter 2009

Head over to Laura’s for Menu Plan Monday and see what is on everyone else’s plate this week.  For the Gluten Free Menu Swap, Gluten Free Goodness is our lovely host this week.  She has chosen flax as the theme ingredient.  I will be using a lot of flax this next week or so.  We egged it up for Easter and I feel a need to do our baking egg-free for the nest week to balance it our!  Flax seed is my usual go to for binding in egg-free baked goods.  I usually use golden flax in my baking as my littlest one is so picky – the golden flax really blends in…

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Gluten Free Menu Swap Monday

Monday:  orchestra day/ Boy Scout family game night (daddy is going)/Middle school orientation night (mommy is going)/presoak beans for tomorrow’s dinner

    Apricot Glazed chicken Breasts, salad, and Roasted Asparagus (asparagus left over from Easter dinner)    

Tuesday:  MCA testing for the big kids/piano lessons start up again/make gluten free bread for lunches/make coconut yogurt

    White bean and ham soup in slow cooker, salad, gluten and dairy free scones (ham bone and leftover ham from Easter dinner)

Wednesday:  MCA testing for the big kids/Mom volunteer in library

    Non-dairy “quesadillas”  with refried black beans, zucchini and salsa with veggie sticks and dip

Thursday:  Mom help in kindergarten class/Daisy meeting at our house

    Roasted fish, salad, stir-fried garlic almond green beans

Friday:  Mom Bible study

    Pizza night with salad and all the fixin’s

Saturday:  Big guy at youth group event/littlest one’s birthday party with friends!

Also this week:  Prep for upcoming class and conference, check seedings daily, bake pink and chocolate cupcakes for upcoming birthday party, plan games/craft for party, plan Daisy meeting with my co-leader, get 15 hours data entry typing done, etc., etc., etc….  Oh, and hide the leftover jelly beans!

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Countdown to the 3-Day Walk: 19 Weeks

Your Training Schedule for This Week:

Monday Rest
Tuesday 3 miles Easy walking
Wednesday 15 minutes Moderate cross-training
Thursday 5 miles Moderate walking
Friday 30 minutes Easy cross-training
Saturday 6 miles Easy walking
Sunday 5 miles Easy walking

 

I’m walking 60 miles in the Breast Cancer 3-day!  Will you help me reach my goal?

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Alisa - Frugal Foodie April 16, 2009 at 4:37 pm

Wow, you are doing the 60 mile walk?! That is fantastic.

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angelaskitchen April 17, 2009 at 7:05 am

I think it’s going to be fun. Challenging, but fun. The walking just to train for it is incredible (mostly just trying to fit it in to my day and getting my knees to move), but I am already planning out my grocery store trips with the little wagon we have. I am hoping that will help me get the milage in!

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