My Weekly Menu Plan 10/30/11

It’s really starting to feel like autumn where we live, which makes me happy!  I love the opportunities the chilly weather gives me to get under a warm, fluffy blanket and snuggle up with my family (and a mug of Cozy, Dark Hot Chocolate!). 

I also love all of the seasonal foods of autumn!  We usually eat soup all-year round, but I especially love soup in the chillier months.  This week, I’m making a big pot of my Creamy Pumpkin Soup, and I’m also going to try this Mushroom Soup that Meg shared at Keeper of the Home.  Both are great immunity boosters, which we need right now in our house – there have been a few too many sniffles going around lately!

Pumpkin Soup

Once again, I am participating again in Stephanie’s Plan It- Don’t Panic! (A 6-Week Meal Planning Challenge).  Be sure to check it out for more menu planning inspiration!

Here’s my menu plan for the week:

BREAKFAST

Sun: Overnight Steel Cut Oats, Kefir Smoothies

Mon: Scrambled Eggs, Toast, Kefir Smoothies

Tues: Breakfast Burritos, Kefir Smoothies

Wed: Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal, Kefir Smoothies

Thur: Scrambled Eggs, Toast, Kefir Smoothies

Fri: Sourdough English Muffins with Butter and Raw Honey, Apple Slices, Kefir Smoothie

Sat: Sourdough Pancakes with Maple Kefir and Fruit

LUNCH

Sun: Salads, Pasta Presto

Mon-Fri: Leftovers/Soup/Salad (Creamy Pumpkin Soup & Mushroom Soup)

Sat: Salads, Grilled Cheese, Homemade Tomato Soup

DINNER

Sun: Leftovers

Mon: Salads, Spinach Ricotta Pie

Tues: Sticky Coconut Chicken w/ Brown Rice

Wed: Salads, Pan-Seared Salmon with Tomato, Basil, Feta Sauce, The Perfect Baked Potato

Thur: Lasagna, Salads, Garlic Bread

Fri: Homemade Pizza (it’s tradition!), Fresh Veggies and Veggie Dip

Sat: Ham and Beans, Corn Cakes

Snacks

What are your favorite foods to eat in chilly weather?  Do you have any favorite soup recipes?

Comments

  1. Rebecca says:

    This looks like a great menu plan! I love your recipes. This is one of my favorite blogs, you remind me of myself with everything that you’re into and the foods you eat – kindred spirits!

  2. Christine says:

    Thank you for your weekly plan! Please pray for my family and I as we are starting today to eat as God intended. I pray that we can make and stick to this commitment as a family and reap the benefits individually in one way or another.

    • Mindy says:

      I will do that, Christine. :-) If you start feeling overwhelmed, sometimes it’s easier to take baby steps rather than trying to change all of your eating habits at once. Don’t be too harsh on yourself if you can’t change everything overnight. :-)

  3. Emily says:

    One of my favourites is Potato Leek soup. Sauteed bacon, potatoes, leeks, loads of garlic – run it through the blender and stir in some homemade sour cream. YUM.
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    • Mindy says:

      I’m so glad you shared that, Emily. I have some leeks in my fridge just waiting to be used, and I had no plans for them. Now I do – sounds delicious! Thanks :-)

  4. Emily says:

    Glad to have helped. My favourite part is that, since it’s a blended soup, there’s no need to peel the potatoes. I HATE peeling potatoes :)
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