Day Three of Real Food

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Day Three of Real Food is full of healthy recipes. Eating a clean, real food diet makes my family feel so much better.

We usually depend on dry cereal for the weekday mornings, so we’re trying to get used to making a hot breakfast every morning. It’s more time-consuming, so we may need to start setting an alarm to get us up and moving earlier in the morning. We all enjoyed our eggs and toast, but by the time all the toast cycled through our 2-slice toaster, it was getting pretty late.

Despite the snow cone incident, we all had a good day and we’re looking forward to the weekend together. Tomorrow will be our biggest test of the 10 days, as we’ll be attending a Boy Scout event that will be crawling with white sugar and high fructose corn syrup. My fingers are crossed that my bag full of real food goodies will be enough for us to face the challenge.

Menu for Day Three of Real Food

Breakfast: Eggs and toast

Morning snack:  Raspberry lemon muffins, dried apricots, Triscuits

Lunch:  Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, strawberries, yogurt parfaits

Afternoon snack:  Smoothie popsicles, apple pie bread

Dinner:  Cabbage casserole, roasted potatoes and mushrooms, broccoli, whole wheat dumplings in chicken broth


  1. Hot breakfasts do take a lot of getting used it. I remember many mornings when I would just drink a big glass of raw milk and run, because I hadn’t planned it out ahead of time.

    I like to put oatmeal in a saucepan the night before, cover it with purified water and 2 Tbsp of whey or yogurt. Put the lid on and leave it sit until morning. The next day just turn on the heat, add fruit or maple syrup and it’s ready in 5 minutes.

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