Last week I got back to making my own almond milk again by simply used soaked almonds and blending with chilled water, straining in a nut milk bag and using. I used this with breakfast some days or in some of my baking/cooking. This week I made another GF spiced sultana bread to take to a lunch with my friend who is a caeliac and then froze some of the leftovers. I also baked peanut butter cookies (much better when I flattened them with a fork this time) & GF/DF shortbread. My son & I also made a DF French Onion Dip using homemade french onion soup mix.
Breakfasts included Choc Crunch Granola, fried veggies with egg, GF sultana spice
bread and bacon & eggs. Most mornings I had the ginger & lemon hot drink, see this link for the benefits of warm lemon drinks. My son also enjoyed an apple & berry breakfast bowl.
Lunch again often involved leftovers in some ways. Lunches included leftover Tric’s mince, chicken & salad, mini meatloaf & salad and corn thins with various toppings on a couple of days.
So onto the dinners:
Monday – Tric’s mince
Tuesday – planned for creamy tomato chicken but after accidentally leaving my chicken out all day we had to throw it out. So instead I bought a roast chicken & coleslaw mix from the shops and added whole egg mayonnaise to the coleslaw mix and cooked some potato & sweet potato chips in the air fryer.
Wednesday – Mini Meatloaves with mushroom gravy. Well I enjoyed the mushroom gravy while the rest of the family chose not to eat it.
Thursday – Mum & Dad’s for dinner where we enjoyed Quick Chilli Beef with wraps or corn chips.
Friday – We enjoyed GF/DF Fry pan pizza. This time I added less liquid and made the base a bit thinner, I think this worked better.
Saturday – Roast beef cooked in the slow cooker with roast vegetables cooked in the airfryer.
Sunday – The kids enjoyed Donar Kebabs with the left over beef and other toppings
of their choice. The best thing was that they made their own with no help from me! My husband & I had a frittata made with the leftover beef & a few veggies.
What have you have been cooking/baking?