Menu Plan: Nov. 23

I love the holiday season! It means plenty of good food and great times with family!!

And while I haven’t implemented a lot of new foods, that I learned we should be eating at the conference, I am trying to change the way we eat what we do eat and making sure we get a fat and protien at each meal. (something that was talked about in the food and mood session)


  • breakfast – smoothies, toast
  • lunch – salad and deviled eggs
  • snack – celery and PB
  • dinner – soup (bean soup fro Todd, homemade chicken noodle soup for me)


  • breakfast – eggs
  • lunch –
  • snack – fruit and cheese
  • dinner – salad and spaghetti


  • breakfast – soaked oatmeal w/ cream and butter
  • lunch – leftovers
  • snack – cut veggies and dip
  • dinner – veggie omelets and lard fried potatoes


  • breakfast – smoothies and toast
  • dinner – Turkey (hoping I can get a fresh one at a local farm!) mashed potatoes and gravy, homemade green bean casserole, something with sweet potatoes, and apple crisp for dessert.

Friday –

  • breakfast – french toast with homemade whipped cream, scrambled eggs, sausage, and fruit
  • lunch – leftovers
  • snack – veggies and dip
  • dinner – homemade pizza

Saturday –

  • breakfast – soaked oatmeal
  • lunch – sandwiches and salad
  • dinner – turkey bake

Sunday –

  • breakfast – eggs
  • lunch – leftovers
  • dinner – hamburgers, potatoes, green beans

Hope you all have a fabulous Thanksgiving!!!!

This post is linked to: Menu Plan Monday

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 live near a turkey farm, and they are wonderful fresh, however during the holidays, you have to pre-order (weeks ahead) fresh ones and set your pick-up date at the time you order. Hope you manage to get one.

  2. Sarah Bauer says:

    Roseland Organic Farms in Cassopolis had a couple in their freezer when I was there last week. I don’t remember their phone # or I’d give it to you. Their website is Good luck!