Menu Plan Monday, September 29th!

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The theme for the Gluten Free Menu Swap over at Celiac Family is gluten-free Chinese food! I love Chinese food and we frequently have stir frys. I have yet to find an easy DYI sweet and sour sauce that everyone likes. I’ve tried making egg rolls in the past, but for now I end up buying these Feel Good Egg Rolls. My favorite soy sauce replacement right now is coconut aminos! I just love the taste and the fact that it doesn’t have soy which can sometimes bother me in great quantities.

bread

weird food

Last week was crazy, so I forgot to take pictures of food. However, I did make some vegan, gluten-free bread from a birthday present cookbook AND there’s a picture of my apples and mushrooms luncheon from a couple of weeks ago. Hopefully, this week I will have a bit more time in the kitchen. This weekend I managed to make some gingerbread (and almost set the toaster oven on fire when the parchment paper caught on fire!) and some Banana Chocolate bread.

Sunday
Breakfast:
Chocolate Banana Bread, omelets with veggies
Lunch:
Honey Basil Kabobs, pork chops for others, Copycat Chipotle Rice
Dinner: Leftovers/snacks

Rest of the week:
Breakfast Choices:
Pink Panther Smoothie
Eggs
Gingerbread
http://minimalistbaker.com/chocolate-peanut-butter-banana-snack-bread-vgf-one-bowl/
French Toast Roll-ups
Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls

Dinner:
Breakfast for dinner: French Toast Roll-ups
Copycat Chipotle Beans and Rice
Butternut squash smoothie (didn’t happen last week!) with popcorn
Tomato Soup with maybe some bread
Stuffed Squash
Pizza, salad
Leftovers!

For more menu ideas check out Org Junkie’s Menu Plan Monday! Or for gluten-free menus check out Celiac Family and the Gluten Free Menu Swap!

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    • I was so excited to find egg rolls. I loved your recipe, but it isn’t a weeknight kind of recipe. 🙂 They are a bit pricey (3 for $5 I believe), but it works for me.

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    • Thank you! I was delighted to find such a yummy meat free recipe for the slow cooker. The slow cooker is such an awesome tool, but most of the recipes involve some sort of meat.

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