Welcome back for another menu plan from Angela’s Kitchen! I am so glad to have you! Pull up a chair and let’s get started.
This week the track season starts. There is still a bunch of snow and ice on the roads – those runners are a hardy bunch! Fortunately for the runners in the house, I have a bit of extra time this week to bake up some after practice snacks, such as Gluten Free Crisp Oatmeal Bars and Baked Apple Oatmeal Cups, and to put together some mixed nut snack bags. Because I do have a little extra baking time this week, I am also planning on experimenting a bit and trying out the awesome looking recipes for Gluten Free Brioche Sandwich Bread, GF Irish Soda Bread, and Gluten Free Flour Tortillas. I can’t wait for my kitchen play time!
Heather is hosting the Gluten Free Menu Swap over at Celiac Family this week. The theme is onion. What with onion being one of the most common seasonings used, here are a ton of recipes over at Angela’s Kitchen that contain onion, but in particular I preserve Caramelized Onions (I cook them down in my slow cooker first) every spring when the sweet spring onions arrive. And for those devotees of green bean casserole, I have an easy recipe for Faux French’s (a gluten free crispy onion replacement). I would like to make some stuffed onions soon (maybe something along the lines of this recipe for Red Quinoa Stuffed Roasted Onions). What do you like to cook up with onion?
Freezer cooking plan for the week: Italian Pot Roast is going into my freezer this week. On Saturday I will also be putting together the pizzas from the Gluten Free Dairy Free Pizza Mini Freezer Plan with my favorite kitchen helpers, my kids. Let me tell ya, to get your kids to help with freezer cooking, making pizza is the way to go!
On to the menu plan! ~ If you are interested on why I may have certain meals on certain days (slow cooker, freezer meals, and/or portable meals often end up on busier days), I have this week’s activities posted over at Angela’s Kitchen where you will also find a printable grocery list for this week’s dinner plan. Stop by and say “Hi!”
For the freezer: Make one batch of Italian Pot Roast in the slow cooker, and package a second batch in a gallon sized freezer bag for another day. Remove as much air as possible,
seal, label and freeze.