I thought I would post a video of one of our favorite things to do as a family...dance around and listen to great music. We probably dance around before bed 3-4 nights a week... care to try it? I bet you'll like it :)..try to ignore me bossing everyone around...I know, I'm a control freak but I'm working on it... but the dancing really is fun, freeing almost!
Here is the menu plan for the rest of this week since I was away, and I thought I would do next week as well to get ahead, or just to make sure I actually do it!
First, is the list of veggies we will be receiving from the Organic Bulk Buying Club along with our Fruit Share:
Red Romaine Lettuce
Fruit Share: Cantaloupes, Watermelon and Strawberries
Breakfasts: Waffles, Eggs and Toast, Pancakes, Scones, Oatmeal and Muesli
Lunch: Leftovers, Quesadillas and Chicken Salad
Snacks: Smoothies, Carrots, Raisins, Cashews, Yogurt, Crackers w/ Cheese
Friday: Chicken Angelina (Recipe Below) Recipe adapted from Publix Recipe Card
Saturday: Stuffed Red Peppers
Sunday: Turkey Spaghetti w/ Zucchini and Garlic Bread from Costco
Monday: Brown Rice and Black Bean Casserole except w/ out the diced chili's and using organic dark chicken
Tuesday: Snobby Joes on Whole Foods hamburger buns...mmmm (Vegetarian)
Wednesday: Bean Soup w/ Kale to finish off our parsley and Kale from this past week!
Thursday: Asian Lettuce Wraps- so good!!
Friday: Spicy Turkey Burgers w/ broccoli and quinoa
Saturday: Curried Honey Mustard Chicken
Sunday: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork CROCK POT MEAL!!! FOOT BALL SEASON IS HEEEEEEEERRRRREEE!!! Yay! w/ potato salad, regular salad and fruit
Chicken Angelina- Revised by me :)
8 iz multigrain thin spaghetti
2 1/2 c. water
1/3 c sun dried tomato garlic pesto
1 T. capers
2 T butter
4 Boneless skinless chicken breasts
3 oz baby spinach leaves
2 T. Dried Basil Leaves or 1/3 c. Fresh Basil Leaves chopped
4 Roma Tomatoes
2 T Olive Oil
Salt and Pepper to Taste
1. Heat Olive Oil in Large Pan on Med-High. Cut up chicken into slices and place in hot pan. Cook for about 8 minutes and add basil and tomatoes. Cook for another 3 min or until flavors are blended.
2. In another saucepan, break pasta in half and add water, tomato, pesto, capers and butter. Cover and bring to boil on med-high head stirring often. When water boils, reduce heat to med and simmer 6-9 minutes until most of the liquid is absorbed.
3. Stir in arugula and cook 1-2 more minutes until leaves are wilted. arrange pasta on plates and place slices of chicken on top. Sprinkle with parmesean if you like. Enjoy!
That's about it!! I am going to post this on Monday to the Orgjunkie's Menu Plan Monday!! Enjoy!