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Menu Plan ~ Blizzard Edition
Posted By Amy On February 24, 2013 @ 12:43 pm In In the Kitchen,Menu Plans | 2 Comments
So. Our forecast for the next couple of days is slightly troublesome…
Actually, as long as we still have power, it’s all good. We’ve been praying for moisture for months. Sometimes God answers prayers in the form of a blizzard, so we’re rolling with it! (I do hate that it’s gonna mess up the surprise snow removal job that we came home to yesterday. Thank you, mystery person with a skid-steer! I owe you a pan of cinnamon rolls !)
Today? We prepare, just in case we lose power. I think we’re really pretty good to go, but I’ll be baking a batch of honey whole wheat bread and then stick a pan of homemade granola  in the oven. Just in case. We’ve got plenty of salad fixins and fresh fruit to go with pb&j sandwiches, granola and yogurt, and cheese. We won’t starve.
If power remains and Plan A is in tact, this is it:
Sunday, February 24
Weekday Breakfasts ~ eggs/toast, french toast, oatmeal, granola
***If we get snowed in again we’ll kick breakfast up a notch to a bigger brunch. Then I just cook one other meal for that day. Win!
Dinners this week:
And… snow ice cream.
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