Menu Plan : Dec. 7

breakfast – whole wheat pancakes
snack – granola bar
lunch – grilled cheese and roasted potato bites
dinner – venison roast w/ potatoes, carrots, and onion, and buttermilk biscuits

breakfast – soaked oatmeal, yogurt smoothie
snack – celery and peanut butter, fruit juice from the juicer
lunch – may be at a friends house
dinner – hamburgers, kale, and sweet potato fries

Tuesday: (our 8th anniversary!)
breakfast – banana muffins, orange
snack – apple
lunch – leftover roast
dinner – tacos with homemade tortilla shells and mexican rice

breakfast – omelets with cheese and veggies
snack – carrots
lunch – salad
dinner – venison steak, steamed veggies, whole wheat rolls

breakfast – whole wheat pancakes, yogurt smoothie
snack – fruit
lunch – egg salad sandwich, carrots and celery
dinner – baked salmon, baked potatoes, steamed broccoli and cauliflower

breakfast – soaked oatmeal, oranges
snack – granola bar
lunch – taco salad (leftover taco meat, romaine lettuce, baby spinach, some iceberg lettuce, cut avocado, fresh salsa, seasoned brown rice, and sharp cheddar cheese.

breakfast – whole wheat pancakes
lunch – may eat out?
dinner – homemade pizza!

I’ll also be guest posting throughout the week about my daily kitchen going on’s over at Happy to be at Home!

About Donielle

Donielle is an amateur herbalist and natural momma to two littles (with another babe in heaven) after dealing with being less than fertile. She has a passion for nourishing nutrition, natural living, and spreading the word on how food truly affects our health.


  1. I am so bad at planning. While I eat the same breakfast every day, my lunches and dinners vary. Often I have no clue what’s for dinner until 3pm.

    Ok, so if I use my crockpot, I do plan ahead however right now we’re only using it once a week or so.

  2. I was wondering if you could post your recipe for homemade tortilla shells and also baked salmon. Sounds yummy!


  3. Audrey – I used to be horrible at planning. Especially when I worked full time. Now that it’s my ‘job’, it seems a bit easier. :-)Plus my husband got sick and tired of having nothing to eat in the house over the weekend, so it’s cut down on arguments immensely!

    Kelly – the link should be in the post now!

  4. Ah! Forgot to leave the baked salmon recipe! whoops. :-)

    I do it really easy and basic, so much so that it’s almost embarrassing!

    Butter up the pan and place the salmon on top. Brush the fish with melted butter, sprinkle with sea salt and pepper then top with bread crumbs. Bake according to directions or if it’s fresh – I believe you bake at 400-425 degrees for 10-12 minutes.