- slow-cooked buckwheat cereal with blueberries; raw milk
- leftover spinach-tuna quiche; blood oranges
- lasagna – try mandolining butternut squash for noodles; cinnamon bun muffins with apples & cranberries?
- leftover buckwheat cereal and milk
- leftover lasagna
- slow-cooked sticky chicken with rice & veggies; sauerkraut
- eggs; bacon; blood oranges; milk
- curried butternut soup with cheddar cheese crisps (make double batch & freeze)
- sandwiches, apples, pickles
- apple crisp; milk
- leftover curried butternut soup
- meatloaf; baked potatoes; frozen green beans
Saturday & Sunday
- leftovers (just me)
This is the third week in a row we’ve had Paleo pizza on the menu – maybe this week I’ll finally getting around to making it! :P We’ve had more leftovers than I anticipated which is fab but it does throw off the schedule a bit. If I get to the store mid-week for groceries it will be Game On, pizza.
We still have a case of apples needing to be eaten so apple crisp will be a breakfast staple for a while to come. We tried an apple skillet pancake recently that just didn’t float our boats so the hunt is on for something else apple-y that we can do instead of apple crisp.
I’m hoping to get two main meals into the freezer this week. I still have waffles; bacon, egg, and cheese muffins; and apple crisp in the freezer for about 5 breakfasts’ worth but no quick lunches or dinners. Got to get that done!
If you are new to this blog, you’ll notice that we have several non-GAPS starches on our menu. After more than a year on GAPS, we began introducing those foods and have tolerated them well. Buckwheat and amaranth are our newest additions. This week we will also eat rice, red potatoes, and maybe a small amount of tapioca flour. You should be able to substitute other GAPS foods for those starches on this menu if you are still strict GAPS as the bulk of our daily meals are still very GAPS-friendly.