The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and discipline. -Proverbs 1:7

Wisdom is supreme; therefore get wisdom. Though it cost you all you have, get understanding.-Proverbs 4:7


*Note: I've raised my kids to be pretty independent when it comes to food. For years (and more years), my deal is that I make dinner and the rest is up to them. I don't even know what they eat during the day and haven't for most of their lives. That system has worked out well. However, we are trying to change the household over to a primarily vegan diet and the kids are putting up much resistance. It just struck me some of that has to be coming from the fact they probably have no idea what to eat or how to cobble together something that seems enough to them from what we have on hand. As a result, I've decided I should make breakfast and dinner. They can handle their lunches as we transition and hopefully will figure it out as we go along.
                           April 23-April 27

Breakfast: Buttermilk Pancakes with almond butter (I suspect they'll use syrup.)
                  Fresh Fruit

Dinner: Sloppy Joes
             Apple Sauce
             Spinach Salad

Breakfast: Fruit Smoothie (You know I'm going to hide some stuff in there.)

Dinner:White Bean Patties
             Mashed Potatoes
             Spinach Salad with Strawberries

Breakfast: Apple Muffins

Dinner: Vegetables in Coconut Curry Sauce (They won't eat this, pretty sure.)
              Fried Brown Rice
              Something Green (Probably Broccoli)

Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs (Not veg., but we have so many eggs due to the chickens.)
                 Whole Wheat Toast

Dinner: Pasta Fagioli

Breakfast: Cereal with Almond Milk

Dinner: Black Beans
             Avocado, Spinach, Tomatoes, etc...

Not the most adventurous plan, but...kid friendly.