Remember that song by En Vogue? That just brought back a flash of memories! WOW!
By the time you read this, we should be home from our Atlanta Spring Break adventure. We had a wonderful time with my Mom, sister and her family. In case you missed it, here are some of the things that we did this past week.
We ate at Moe’s – not once, but twice. Oh, and Jon got take-out for the trip home. So, we went from not eating out but once a month to eating 7-10 meals out in the past week. I am so excited to get back to menu planning & making my own meals! While we had many amazing gluten-free meals out, I do miss my “normal” food.
I ran the ING Half Marathon and helped the Baby Steps team raise awareness and close to $1,000 for mirco-preemies. It was so cool to run a race in a city that I was not familiar with.
The 3 girls (my Mom, sister & I) had an amazing meal at Aqua Terra Bistro. This is one place that I go back year after year when we come to Atlanta. The food is out of this world!
I shared a new recipe on Celiac-Disease.com for Tuna Salad Spring Rolls. These were so good!!
I reviewed Clif C Fruit & Nut Bars. They are very good and great to keep in your purse or backpack.
I had 5 different people write guest posts while I was gone – THANK YOU GUYS!! You can read their posts here:
Now, onto my meal plan. Do I know what is in my freezer at home? Not so much, but I am going to wing it, okay?
Sunday – Rotisserie Chicken, baked potatoes, broccoli & salad
Monday- Salmon, coconut baked brown rice, asparagus & salad
Tuesday-Tacos or Mexican Pizzas, refried beans, corn & salad
Wenesday-Spaghetti & marinutta sauce, green beans & salad
Thursday-BBQ Chicken Breast, sweet potato fries, snow peas & salad
Friday- Pizza, roasted veggies & salad
Saturday – leftovers
Cake mix cookies (new recipe that I will share next week)
Scones – I need to experiement with new combos
Blueberry Coconut Bars
Don’t forget to visit Orgjunkie for many more menu ideas.