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I have been spending a lot of my time the last two months working on a food planning project for quick meals to make. I have uploaded one of the pages I’ve made so you can benefit from my work.:) In the planning that is not shown here I am working on a file of Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners, Salads, Treats and Sauces which are all Whole Foods Plant Based. I work on these projects to make food planning seamless for my family. We know what foods are available in the pantry and always have plenty of healthy vitalizing foods to make. I like sharing these things with you!
Enjoy some simple healthy meals with this planner. It uses up what is in your pantry, fridge and garden if you have one growing, or what you have stored from last season.
I like to have my ingredients handy when I make dinner. Sometimes a kid will eat something, not tell me, then when I make dinner I am missing a key ingredient! Argh!
I am a big fan of lists, so of course I have a list that solves this problem. At the top of this list is a header that reads, “Eat Any Time”. That is just what it is. If a kid, or whoever, is hungry between meals then they can have something from the list. I do not snack, but I let the kids choose that for themselves. I love giving the kids choices that aren’t huge but make them feel like they have some control over themselves.
First I make sure that breakfast, lunch, and dinner are packed full of fruit, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds. Then I don’t have to feel bad about what they might have between meals. Everything on my list is not high end nutrition but moderation in all things is one of my motto’s.
So, here it is.