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FOOD MENU FOR CHILDREN – simple and convenient menu for the long holiday

We still have about a month to the next school session and
vacation is now in full swing! The fun just got amplified and I am seeking new
ways to keep up with my crew😃😃.
 Summer coaching, vacation bible school and the likes seem to only
add to their excitement. Are there any ideas on keeping these children engaged and
channel their energy creatively? I am really
waiting on suggestions😎.
It is even difficult to stay quietly around these ‘fire balls’ 😁😁without
intermediately cautioning or even screaming out a warming. The different ‘rough
play’ sessions are difficult to ignore and the anticipated fearful outcome
often times causes one’s heart to palpitate.
However, my biggest challenge this period is planning healthy and
convenient meals for the kids; meals that are easy to prepare and one that will be eaten 
heartily without any force or drama
So today, I will be sharing my food menu with you all as I totally
understand how tiring planning meals can be. Besides, I know that most parents and their different schedules are not on vacationSo allow me take of the stress off you 
 with this healthy food menu.
Saturdays and Sundays are freestyle
days. You can choose to join me in ‘freestyling’ or whip up a weekend plan.

WEEK 1
& 3
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
BREAKFAST
Fried
plantain and egg
Beans
 and ripe plantain
Jollof
rice with beef
Oat and
Bread
Rice
& stew with beef
SNACK
Fruit/yoghourt
Juice/Fruit
Biscuit/popcorn
Fruit
Fruit
LUNCH
Garri/Semo/amala
with available soup
Jollof
rice with beef
Yam and
fish stew
Garri/Semo/amala
 with okra soup and fish (or any soup)
Sweet
Potatoes porridge with fish & vegetable
DINNER
Spaghetti
and beef with vegetable
Sweet/Irish
potatoes with vegetable sauce
Moi moi
(Bean cake) and tea or pap
Boiled
Plantain and egg sauce
Jollof
spaghetti and chicken
WEEK 2
& 4
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
BREAKFAST
White
rice with fish stew
Oat and
Bread
Beans
 and ripe plantain
Jollof
spaghetti with egg
Fried
plantain and egg
SNACK
Fruit
/popcorn
Fruit
Juice/Fruit
Fruit
Fruit/yoghourt
LUNCH
Porridge
yam & Vegetable
Garri/Semo/amala
 with okra soup and fish (or any soup)
Jollof
rice with Chicken
Garri/Semo/amala
with available soup
Jollof
macaroni and sauage
DINNER
Moi moi
(Bean cake) and tea or pap
Spaghetti
and beef with
Sweet/Irish
potatoes with vegetable sauce
White
rice with fish stew
Porriage
yam with beef
Do you have any suggestions, drop them in the comment box below.


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2 Comments

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    Unknown
    August 8, 2018 at 9:42 pm

    I'll love to see more of fish options than beef. Also nuts and foods rich in fiber and vitamins.

    For example, I love to cool my beans with smoked or dried fish. The white rice and fish stew could freshly diced carrots and green pepper in the rice.

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