Menu Plan Monday-Cinnamon

Wow, back to menu planning!  It’s been so busy ‘round these parts.  I’m doing a Celiac webinar series starting next week, I just finished writing a CEU course for RDs on Celiac and Thyroid, and finally got my website newsletters as a blog… Whew!  I need a vacation thinking about all of it.  I’ve also posted a review of Dairy Free Gluten-Free Kitchen and Banana ‘Scream.

I do find menu planning helpful, and hope to get back to it more often.  Heather of Celiac Family is our hostess this week, and she has chosen one of DH’s favorite foods: Cinnamon!   Did you know cinnamon is high in antioxidants and may help stabilize your blood sugar?

Our menu this week will be all about simple:

Monday:
Beef stew with root veggies (I love the veggies, E loves the beef—it works)

Tues:
Simply Yum Quinoa

Weds:
Leftovers

Thursday:
Chicken with roasted garlic and roasted cauliflower

Friday:
Out on a date!

Fun stuff:

Just finished making hazelnut meringues, and next week is tuxedoed strawberries, so I’m due for a breather.

About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.
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4 Responses to Menu Plan Monday-Cinnamon

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  3. So glad to see you’re back to the menu planning. I can see that you’ve been busy!
    You and Wendy both have me re-thinking my menu this week, because Beef Stew sounds really good. Hmmm…maybe this weekend.

  4. Welcome back, Cheryl. So good to see your menu up. We have become addicted to roasted cauliflower around here. Thanks for the shout out in your newsletter. That college resource page is proving popular. Makes me kind of sad to know students and their parents need that information. It should be easier to be gluten free in college. Have a good week!

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