When life gives you lemons - make lemonade! Or perhaps this would be more fitting...when life give you temperatures that don't exceed 30 degrees for weeks on end - go ice skating!
Here is our menu for this week:
B - Smoothies with milk, coconut oil, ground flax seed and strawberries
L - Chicken Soup
D - Pizza
B - Smoothies and Toast with Peanut Butter
L - Tuna Melts
D - Spicy Turkey Stuffed Zucchini* (recipe below)
B - Eggs on Toast
L - Leftover Spinach & Cheese Casserole
D - Sticky Chicken
B - Leftover Sourdough Pancakes
L - Tuna Sandwiches
D - Crockpot Pizza Beans w/ Sausage
B - French Toast
L - T.B.D.
D - Crockpot Beef & Beans
Baked Goods: Coconut Loaf, Cream Cheese Muffins and Sourdough Bread.
*Spicy Turkey Recipe - Picture the warm days of summer and late fall....this is when I am like a squirrel. Harvesting and storing. You know those jumbo sized zucchini that stay on the vine too long that you can only find at farmers markets? I buy them up, cut them in half and freeze them. These are great for stuffing. Here is one of our favorite stuffings that I'm sure you could use for a casserole or tacos:
1 pound ground turkey
1 T butter
2 cloves minced garlic
1 chopped onion
1 T chopped basil
1 T paprika
1/2 tsp cayenne
1/2 tsp salt
Saute the onion and garlic with the butter in a large skillet. Remove and set aside. Brown the ground turkey in the same skillet. Add spices and the onion/garlic mixture to the skillet and heat thoroughly. Now, this is when I usually put this mixture in the zucchini shells, but you could use it for tacos (it's spicy) or a casserole with sliced zucchini and top the mixture with shredded cheese and bake.
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Have a great week -Wonderwoman