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Menu Planning 3/31 & Apricot Coconut Bars

Posted Mar 31 2013 8:03am
menu planning

Linking up with  Jill  and  Laura  for menu planning. Getting better on the meal planning habit as we keep forgetting what our plans were. Tomorrow also marks the start of the sugar detox I am doing with Laura. I decided to take this one step further and also cut out dairy (most if not all animal products) and limit processed foods. Still time to join us, check out this post for details. I love cheese and need to get all dairy gone for my allergies to clear, this will be my toughest meal planning obstacle. With planning I think this can work, my biggest trigger is afternoon snacking so I am going to work hard to keep that under control and have healthy options to quickly grab. What are your on the go healthy options?

Vegan Magnet - We Are Not IngredientsVery fitting with my weekly goals ( Source )

Overnight Oats

Roasted asparagus, mashed cauliflower & lentil loaf - Easter
Spinach & Edamme salad
Spinach Black Bean Corn Salad
Chickpea Veggie Curry
Black Bean/Sweet Potato Burger & Roasted Potatoes
Grilled Eggplant “steaks”
Banana Oat Pancakes

Veggies and Hummus
Core Defender Bars – Pre-run “meal”
Apples with SunButter
Brown Rice Cakes with Almond Butter
Pumpkin Granola
Apricot Coconut Bars (recipe below)

Apricot Coconut “Lara Bar”
½ cup dates
½ cup dried apricots
½ cup almonds
¼ cup applesauce – unsweetened
¼ - ½ cup oats depending on dryness desired
¼ cup coconut- unsweetened
¼- ½ tsp ginger

Put all ingredients in food processor and puree until smooth (desired consistency). Pack into parchment lined baking dish 8x8 and place in freezer or refrigerator until set, cut and store in sealed container (mine are still in refrigerator)

How is your weekly menu looking? Anything you want to share?

Happy Easter! Don’t forget to come back tomorrow for  Marathon Monday  and share your week in training.

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