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With my husband still sick, myself having just gotten over it, trying not to use our oven, and the house still being worked on I decided to head my warning of not trying 7 new recipes in a week. I am only going to try 5 this week. 🙂
Surely 5 will be easier than 7. AND they are soup recipes. How hard can it be?
I am trying these recipes out of The Soup Club Cookbook, so I can give an honest review on here in the next few weeks. While I like to read through cookbooks, often it is when I sit down and actually try the recipes that I find I can form a feel as to whether I would recommend it to others or not. See, I am doing this all just for you.
As I have just driven 14 hours in the past 36 hours, I am going to get right to the point of the meal plan. My brain has a lot of ideas for posts, but I also need to get up and ready for church. With my husband sick and the kids still sleeping, I am pretty sure we are going to skip Sunday School and just go to the service. (checks clock) Yup. We would have to leave in 4 minutes to get there, without speeding, and I am still not dressed for the day.
- Cream of Wheat
- Eggs, Toast, and Fruit
- Cream of Wheat
- Fried Pancake with Maple Cream Syrup
- Eat out
- Sun Dried Tomato Soup
- Sweet and Sour Chicken, rice, green vegetable
- Beef Bourguignon
- Grilled Peaches and Pork, rice, side salad
- Potato Cheddar Soup
- Twice Baked Breakfast Sweet Potatoes (a repeat recipes as I did not get to it last week)
- Red Lentil Curry
- Slow Cooker Sweet and Spicy Chicken, rice
- Cuban Black Bean Soup
- Carrot Coconut Soup
The Twice Baked Breakfast Sweet Potatoes are a repeat from a previous meal plan. I had not gotten to them, but really want to use the sweet potatoes I have. With my oven being out of commission, I am going to attempt cooking them in the microwave.