Reneca’s Menu Plan/ Wheat bread recipe

I’m on top of my planning this week. On Sunday the girls and I made two loafs of honey whole wheat bread and a dozen wheat tortillas for the week (the house smelt wonderful!).  I have just about everything for my menu on hand, so I’ll just have to grab some fresh fruit and milk later at some point.  Here Is what the Ruff family will be enjoying this week.  At the end there is the recipe for the homemade bread!

 

 Breakfast

M: Baked eggs with Yogurt and granola
T:Apple pancakes
W: Cream of wheat, Fruit
TH:Asparagus and cheese omelet
F: Oatmeal Porridge with apples (goes great with the story Kaleah is learning to read)
S:
Berry crepes with yogurt
SU: Strawberry, banana french toast

Lunch

M:  Flower shaped turkey sandwiches with grapes and carrot sticks
T:   Make your own biscuit veggie pizzas
W:  Bean burritos with tomato, orange salsa
Th:  Buttered vegetable bow ties and broccoli

F:   Sunflower seed butter and jelly sandwiches with corn and peas
S:   Turkey roll ups
SU:Waldorf salad pockets

Dinner

M:  Savory crepes (eggs, broccoli and cheese)
T:   Lentil casserole
W:  Veggie fried rice with pot stickers
TH: L.O. buffet
F:   Fondue night
S:   Baked chicken with sweet potatoes and grilled asparagus
SU: Homemade chicken and veggie soup

Special Treats:  Healthy Oatmeal Cookies and Chocolate Fondue!!!

 

Honey Whole Wheat Bread1 C. Warm water
1 tbsp  milk
2 tbsp  olive oil
2 tbsp  honey
2 tbsp  brown sugar   (if you don’t have any on hand its just a cup of sugar and a tbsp of molasses)
1 tsp    salt
1 1/2 c  unbleached all purpose flour
1 1/2 c whole wheat flour
2 tsp   rapid rise yeast (or one packet)
Combine the first 6 ingredients. Add yeast and flour, Kneed until smooth and elastic (10-15 minutes).  Place in a greased bowl and let rise for one hour in the oven with a pan of boiling water (keeps the oven warm plus the added moister helps the yeast).  Punch down (this doesn’t mean you literally punch the dough with your fist.  Use your knuckles to push the air out of the dough).  Shape into a loaf or ball which ever you prefer, cover and let rise for 30 minutes.  Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.  Bake for 30-35 minutes.  (If crust begins to brown early place a piece of foil on top).

 
 

 

 

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For more menu ideas, check out Monday Plan Monday at I’m an Organizing Junkie.

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One Response

  1. Hi, my name is Debbie. I live in the UK. I just wanted to say that I absolutely love this website, and the Menu Plan Mondays. I do menu plans as well, it does save money. Well keep up with the good work.

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