Menu Plan: Getting Fit

After almost four months of either not having a home or living in the middle of unpacking and the flu, it seems our life is back to the normal that is life with six kids.

Starting tomorrow we begin the 21 Day Just Do It exercise challenge, so I don’t want to waste all that exercising by eating junk. We’re getting back to healthy eating again and I’m reminding the kids that they do indeed like foods other than fries and nuggets.

Finally after owning Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day for at least two years I have a second fridge where I can store the dough. I made the whole wheat recipe yesterday and will report back this week with my review.

Don’t forget to download my printable menu plan to help with your menu planning.


Whole Wheat Corn Waffles

served with fruit


Egg Casserole in Muffin Cups


served with fruit

french toast

French Toast


served with turkey sausage, fruit

Whole Wheat Oatmeal Pancakes

served with fruit

Eggs, Cereal, Oatmeal, Breakfast leftovers

The Lunch List



Steak Stir Fry

Crockpot Chicken Legs & Wild Rice

Crock Pot Chicken Legs and Wild Rice

served with vegetables

salmon turnovers

Salmon Turnovers

served with salad and fruit

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Spaghetti Squash Tacos


Homemade Pizza 

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  1. Thanks for this great list! And 21 day challenge?? I need to look into this!

  2. Hope you enjoy the chicken legs & wild rice!!

  3. So delish! I love breakfast, but never have the time to cook. I love how your ideas are pretty easy and fast!

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