I'm going on a trip and leaving my kids in charge of dinner for a few days. It's going to a be a stretch on their abilities, so we will see what the babysitter has to report when we get back.
Hopefully there is something here to inspire you! Remember, eating healthy doesn't have to be difficult. It's okay to eat the same meals over and over, that's the best way to make sure you get dinner on the table every night. Just be sure to include and fruit, vegetable at every meal and you are on your way to healthy eating!
Monday: Lasagna (next month's cooking class) + apple slices + frozen green beans
Tuesday: cooking class! Spinach Muffins + Green Smoothies
Wednesday: Enchiladas (the kids will just heat them up) + frozen corn + cut mangoes
Thursday: Baked Eggs (my 9 year old is an ace at this) + whole wheat toast + canned peaches
Friday: chicken and rice (my 11 year old) + frozen peas + apple slices
Saturday: lunch: Quesadillas (11 year old) + canned black beans + frozen corn
dinner: fondue + apples + frozen cauliflower/broccoli + sliced baguette
Sunday: canned tomato soup + grilled cheese sandwiches on ww bread
crockpot minestrone soup (i'll pre-cut everything and they will just have to dump it in the crockpot) + rolls (frozen)
Monday: veggi noodle soup (my 9 year old) + crackers + canned applesauce
I hope you have a great week!