So yesterday, I cleaned out the freezer. I reorganized food and meal-prepped some other foods to put in the freezer. Now that I know what we have in the freezer, I can create a meal plan easily.
Youngest is the person I can brainstorm possible meals with. Mostly it’s just me saying, “How does this sound for dinner?”
He’ll tell me if it sounds good or not. Youngest is also the one who will create crazy food combinations. Hubby found him in the kitchen last night cooking ham, hot dogs, and butter. I don’t know what he was cooking, but to me, it sounds weird.
Next week is Oldest’s birthday. He loves steak. I already know he wants to have that as his birthday dinner. Now he keeps saying he is going to 7-11 on his birthday because his birthday is on 7-11. Now, if he really does that, I don’t know. We’ll have his dinner either on his birthday or the day afterward.
I have a variety of possible breakfasts even though I usually eat the same thing.
- Cottage cheese with jelly
- Yogurt with granola
- Homemade granola bar with cheese
- Nature Valley Biscuit bar with cheese
- Salami roll-ups (salami with cream cheese in the middle) – I eat them with various sides depending on my mood.
- Gluten-free pizza rolls
- Out to eat – I’m going to be out of town for a few days. Since I eat a gluten-free diet, I will pack a few options if we can’t find anything I can eat.
- Pork Tenderloin – I have not figured out how I’m going to cook it just yet.
- Gluten-free nuggets for me, chicken patties for everyone else, and French fries
- Big Mac Skillet (a favorite of Youngest)
- Steak, roasted or fried potatoes, corn on the cob (Oldest’s birthday dinner)
- Out to eat – I’m going to be out of town for a few days. Since I eat a gluten-free diet, I will pack a few options if we can’t find anything I can eat. Plus we are going to be near an Aldi. I know I can find something there to eat.