Monday, August 25, 2008

Menu Plan for the Week of August 25th, 2008

Breakfasts: Pancakes, Carrot Raisin Muffins (Vegan with a Vengeance)

Lunches: Leftovers

Snacks: fruit, popcorn, carrot sticks


Monday: Chickpea Broccoli Casserole (Vegan with a Vengeance Cookbook)

Tuesday: Crockpot Tamale Pie (using leftover beans, corn and black-eyed peas and veggies topped with cornbread mix)

Wednesday: Eggplant Parmesan

Thursday: Slow Cooked Honey Mustard Pork Tenderloin with Cheesy Potatoes and Salad

Friday: Whole Wheat Cheese(burger) Pizza Night! (our pretty much every Friday night tradition) with carrot sticks/dip

Saturday: Camping! Probably Some Hobo Stew (Foil Packets filled with Ground Beef, Carrots, onions and spices), hotdogs, and lots of smores! Does anyone have any good (and easy!) vegetarian camping recipes? We'll have a campfire and a propane one burner thingy to cook on.

Sunday: More of the above...still camping

Visit Laura at Orgjunkie for more menu plan inspiration!


cathy said...

for camping, you could make veggie kebobs, or vegetable soup/minestrone.

sarab said...

I have been wanting to comment and let you know how much I love your blog! From contextual clues, I think we live in the same county, and we are in the same line of work. Thanks for all the great ideas and inspiration!

My husband is a lifelong vegetarian, and as a child, he always felt left out when people would roast hot dogs at campouts. Now when we go camping, we always bring veggie dogs and have our own hot dog roast. We like the Yves dogs (you can buy them at Safeway near the produce/ health food section). I emailed the company with a compliment a while back and they sent several free product coupons. It might be worth a try!

Rachael said...

Thanks for the great ideas cathy and Sarab! I think after we use up our (free) hotdogs we will buy some veggie dogs. I have to admit that I love polish sausage taste though!

Rachael said...

Sarab do you have a blog? We probably do live in the same area!

Dove said...

Here is a great dessert recipe for camping:

Banana Splits

Slice a Banana longways into four pieces. Place on a square of foil. Sprinkle mini marshmellow, chocolate chips, and pecans over bananas. Wrap up the foil and place on the grill. Check banana split in 5 to 7 minutes. Banana split is ready when the marshmellows are melted.

Rachael said...

Dove: Sounds Delicious! I will definitely be adding bananas to our camping grocery list:)