14 March 2011

What to Eat When You Need to Feed Huns

For one week a month, the Huns invade our house. They've been doing it for years. And, since the girls have no brothers, they provide needed experience and insight into the world of all things boy. When they play trains, the trains don't have tea parties: they crash off the tracks and go haring around the rug.


When they talk, it sometimes involves grunting and other expressive noises. They would rather paint with mud, use the sticks as javelins instead of magic wands, and smash things. Boys are great. It took me a while to figure out that they don't cry unless it really, really hurts. And they also have ravenous appetites. This week, I'm doubling all the recipes.

Photo by the Curly-headed girl
Breakfast:
Craisin French Toast with Homemade Syrup
Homestyle Oatmeal with Toppings
Tropical Fruit Salad
Whole Wheat Pumpkin Muffins
Fruit and Yogurt Parfaits

Lunch:
Quesadillas and Mexicorn Salsa with Chips
Boxless Mac and Cheese
Homemade Lunchables
Mashed Potatoes and Chicken Broth with Ramen Noodles
Spaghetti and Garlic Bread

Dinner:
Meatloaf with Baked Potatoes, Salad and Rolls
Ridiculously Easy Pasta Dish
TN Mountaintop Bacon, Eggs, and Pierogis
Roasted Chicken, Tarragon Rice and Green Beans
Mulligatawny (on St. Patrick's Day, of course)

OrgJunkie has more than 300 menu plans every Monday, if you need more ideas!

2 comments:

  1. sounds so delicious and organized loved the smiling faces

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  2. Thanks Annie! They're a pair. =)

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