This week the Gluten-Free Menu Swap is being hosted by Wendy at Celiacs in the House. She chose squash as the theme ingredient. The only squash on my menu this week is acorn squash, prepared in a simple, traditional way with butter and brown sugar. I haven’t been able to get my kids to eat any kind of squash yet, not even with butter and brown sugar. Crazy kids! I’ll keep trying.
I’m hosting the Gluten-Free Menu Swap next week, so please join us. The theme ingredient will be cilantro, or other fresh herbs (but you don’t have to include them in your menu to participate). For the rules and past week roundups, check out the menu swap headquarters hosted at Gluten Free Goodness. Thanks Cheryl.
Monday – Leftovers
Starting out the week with leftovers that didn’t get eaten up over the weekend.
Tuesday – Pork Chops with Mushrooms
Cooking pork chops with baby bellas and serving with rice and acorn squash.
Wednesday – Roast Beef
Cooking roast beef and serving with sweet potatoes and broccoli.
Thursday – Chicken Tacos
Making slow-cooked Mexican chicken for tacos.
Friday – Chik-fil-A
Stopping at Chik-fil-A after soccer practice. My current favorite is the grilled chicken and fruit salad with spicy dressing. The kids will eat a grilled chicken fillet with waffle fries and a fruit cup. If you haven’t tried it yet, check out their gluten-free menu.
Saturday – Chicken Chili
Making a chicken chili with white beans, green chiles, onion, garlic, and some yummy spices. It’s been a while since I’ve made it, so I’m really looking forward to it. If I’ve got time, I might even make some arepas to go with it. Now that I’ve made pupusas, arepas can only be easier, right?
Sunday – Cheeseburgers
My daughter requests cheeseburgers for dinner every night. So, here it is: cheeseburgers with french fries and peas.
Need more menu ideas?
- Or, check out some of my past menu plans.
Enter the Fun Giveaway at Celiac Family this week for the Betty Crocker “Simple Joys” prize pack that includes 2 packages of Betty Crocker Fruit-Flavored Snacks, a Pick Up Sticks game, a light-up yo-yo and a Frisbee.