It’s back! I apologize for my inconsistency with weekly meal plans. Between building 540WMain Learning Academy and managing every day life with fibromyalgia my life is constant roller coaster. Sometimes I feel like a hamster spinning my wheels and getting no where. But even though I am often bed bound, I’m always working in front of and behind the scenes and I try to remember that inch by inch it’s a cinch.
But I digress
Fall is fast approaching and even though the weather has been gorgeous these last few weeks I am waiting for cool days and even cooler nights. This weeks’ menu ideas reflect the anticipation of fall and a reflection on the tepid summer months that are distant memory.
A mega watt fibo flare has made this week’s meal plan a day late. 🙁 Fibro always flares at the most inopportune time and this past week was no exception. If you live with chronic pain like me, meal plans are a life saver when fatigue and brain fog make it hard to think and even harder to cook a full meal. I’ve tried to keep this weeks options cool, calm and simple.
We’ve just about reached the half way mark of June and the weather here in Rochester, NY finally matches the season. I know. I know. Technically summer doesn’t officially start until June 21st but as far as I’m concerned summer begins after Memorial Day. It’s a rare year when our weather cooperates with my theory and this year was no different.
Fortunately, summer in the Roc! is absolutely beautiful. With an abundance of fresh local produce, blue skies, and amazing scenery. Check out this week’s menu plan to help you plan the perfect meals for early summer weather no matter where you live.
After a year hiatus, Gluten Free Menu Plans are back on theglutenfreechefblog. Menu plans are a feature to help you plan your week in gluten free breakfast and dinners. Curated from recipes featured here and from my favorite food bloggers our menu plan’s feature an eclectic mix that can cater to all audiences including recipes that are vegan, dairy free, plant based, and of course gluten free. Be sure to comment if you make one of the recipes featured here over the course of the week.
I wasn’t sure how to begin this week’s suggested menu plan. I also don’t have much to say. So I’ll stick with a simplistic, honest and transparent approach. This week’s menu plan features two vegan friendly and hearty soup recipes to keep you warm and full on these cold fall nights. Winter is most certainly upon us. Cheers to an awesome week! 🙂
We’ve made it to the final week of October. Crisp cold mornings, shorter days, and longer nights are upon us. Winter is rapidly approaching and I’m just not ready. I love fall; the cold nights, bundling up in sweaters and blankets, hot cider, apple pie, brightly colored leaves, and hearty one bowl meals. However, my body despises the fluctuating barometric pressure and inconsistent temperatures. More often than not, I’m unable to enjoy the season as much as I would like. Still, I count my blessings every single day and do the best I can, when I can. Which brings be back around to the topic at hand; this week’s menu plan. I filled the post with plenty of healthy, hearty dinner ideas to keep you warm and full as the countdown to daylight savings time (and winter) begins. Happy Pinning 🙂
Hi Everyone! I’m glad to be back with the weekly gluten free menu plan. This feature took a brief hiatus and I’m glad it’s back to help you answer the never ending question: What’s for dinner tonight? We are easing right into the groove of fall and that means pumpkin, spice, and everything hearty and nice. Plenty of soups and hearty veggies to keep you toasty and warm on the cold nights. Get into this week’s plan.