This week, when I asked my kids for input into what we should eat, I was met with a table full of blank stares. Needless to say, this wasn’t encouraging.
Clearly, a dose of inspiration was needed.
One of my kids grabbed a kid-friendly cookbook and started calling out recipes. Pretty soon, the meal plan was done.
Sometimes, you just need a jolt of inspiration to get things moving.
Meat leftovers – Large meals over the weekend means multiple meals made from leftovers. Extras will find there way into lunches for the rest of the week.
French toast casserole – Simpler than dredging leftover bread in milk and eggs.
Hot and sour soup
Drunken hasselback salami
Cornish hen with sherry, orange & rosemary – sounds complicated but is really easy.
Israeli cous cous – possibly with sautéed onions and mushrooms
Yellow squash soup
Pizza bubble ring – based on a recipe in Kosher by Design: Kids in the Kitchen