Real Food Menu for Week of 3.9.2020
I’ve got three new recipes for you this week and two of them are slam-dunks and the third one, well, you be the judge! Mark and I agreed that we could happily eat the broccoli and red cabbage salad and the bruschetta chicken casserole once a week.
We’re engaging in a little kitchen compromise: Pancakes for him and salmon for me. Give a little, take a little. That’s what makes a marriage work, right?
Paleo Pancakes – We make these ahead and freeze in single layers on a baking tray. When frozen solid, transfer them into a freezer bag. Take out just what you need each day, and pop them into the toaster to warm through. A sprinkle of chocolate chips into the batter doesn’t hurt!
Baked Sweet Potatoes with Garlic Sauteed Kale and Goat Cheese – New Recipe! Honestly, we were unsure if we would like these. Even a few bites in. Still unsure. They’re very different from our go-to lunches, but we both decided these are keepers.
Turkey Meatball Zoodle Soup – Hello, old favorite! I’m loving wide zoodles made using a vegetable peeler instead of the spiralizer. We’ll see how those work in this soup.
Salmon in Roasted Pepper Sauce – Simple and satisfying. We love this meal. Serve over brown or cauliflower rice.
Broccoli and Red Cabbage Salad with Tangy Peanut Butter Dressing – New Recipe! This one felt way out of our comfort zones due to the dressing, but we both rated it a 10! Make a double batch of the dressing because you will want to pour it on everything. Any extra shredded cabbage is delicious as a side salad the next night, with leftover dressing and a sprinkle of toasted cashews on top.
Bruschetta Chicken Casserole – New Recipe, savory and delicious! The beautiful flavors of bruschetta without those pesky carbs. I can’t wait until we have fresh basil from the garden for this goodie.
Snack: We’ve been loving the gouda snacking cheese from Aldi. Popcorn, veggies, hummus, fruit. Rinse, repeat.
Treat: Chocolate Peanut Butter Nice Cream – I noticed that we have a little stockpile of bananas in the freezer. Time to make some nice cream.
I hope your week is off to a great start and filled with all good things!
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