The weekends can be tough for REAL FOODIES. Make sure you have whole real foods that you love~ all around. Cook something unique or fun. That can make eating exciting! For our little family I kept it simple again. We are trying to eat real food on a budget. Sometimes creativity takes a back seat to practicality. But if you can afford it, then eat a variety of real food. That keeps your food FUN.
My husband let me sleep in this morning. That is the BEST present! I love waking up late and listening to the boys playing downstairs with their Dad. They are 3 little peas in a pod. I am the one usually left out on the boy fun. He ended up feeding them breakfast. I love having a break from my motherly responsibilities on Saturdays.
Boys and Me: 3 cup chicken over rice. Pineapple slices.
Boys and Me: leftovers from lunch. Pumpkin Muffins.
Nice and easy dinner when using leftovers. Especially when the leftovers are REALLY good. Eating real food on a budget uses a lot of leftovers. After my 7 days of Real Food challenge is over, my more creative cooking will be back. I am trying to feed my family on as little money as possible this week. So far so good. I am going to calculate the cost at the end of the challenge.
On to the last day of my Real Food Challenge!
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