Menu Plan Ideas 2-19-12

Menu Plan 2-19-12

I shared some time ago about about why I don’t menu plan (usually).  But I think menu planning can be very helpful at times, and I have also shared menu planning tips.

Since I don’ t menu plan most of the time, I can’t share my menu plans with you each week, but I can share what we had the past week.  That’s why I called this Menu Plan Ideas.  It’s not my actual plan—it’s what I did.  And it might give you ideas.

Remember, you can also check my Facebook page on weeknights to see what I had for dinner.

This past week was a little different than usual.  My husband was out of town most of the week, and for various reasons, I needed quick and easy dinners several days.  I mostly served salad or veggies and dip with these meals.

macaroni and cheese

Baked Macaroni and Cheese

corn bread

Beans and Wieners with Cornbread (Busch’s baked beans, Hebrew National hot dogs)

cheeseburger-fries

Cheeseburger Fries

chicken cacciatore

Chicken Cacciatore – I made a large pot of this so there was enough to take to a friend who had surgery.  Since her son is on the specific carbohydrate diet, I made it as more of a soup.  I used SCD safe chicken broth and I did not thicken it with corn starch like I usually do.

Tacos – I bought mini chicken tacos made with corn tortillas from BJs.  They are gluten free but had cheese in them, so I ate leftovers.

Pizza – Udi’s pizza crust for the gluten-free eaters (I used goat cheese).  A frozen regular pizza for the others.

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Is it helpful to you to see what other people had/are having to eat?




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  1. Sunnie says:

    Can you share how you made the chicken cacciatore since I am going to start the SCD soon!

    • Sunnie, I followed the chicken cacciatore recipe as is except I used Imagine foods chicken broth and did not thicken it with corn starch after it was done. I also omitted the cooking wine because I didn’t know if that was SCD legal or not. I think I added a little extra broth. When it was done cooking, I removed the chicken and shredded it, then added it back in. You can adjust the amounts so you have enough liquid for the amount of chicken.

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