October Unprocessed Week 4 Meal Plan

I’m running behind again. Sorry! Here’s my week 4 October Unprocessed meal plan. Better Tuesday than Friday, right?

Last week the Harvest Skillet was a huge hit at our house. I used baby spinach instead of kale and added a few walnuts and dried cherries, and it was seriously tasty. We’ll definitely be making that one again.

Also, how amazing are the two-ingredient banana pancakes?

Yes, you’re correct. Very amazing.

We add a bit of allspice, a pinch of salt and a healthy dash of vanilla extract to one banana and two eggs, mash it all up with a potato masher (is that the official name?) and pour the batter onto a greased frying pan.

It’s the perfect breakfast for one adult and one toddler who eats like an adult. They’re just sweet enough that they don’t require any syrup, which is perfect when you’re trying to get said three year old to school without changing his outfit. Those are also going to become a permanent part of our breakfast rotation.

So here’s our week 4. I’m trying out a bunch of new recipes this week – including the curry with cherries, cornmeal crust pizza with black bean hummus, and a weeknight green curry – so apologies in advance if any of these turn out to be flops.

I have a good feeling about all of them, but I’ve been known to be wrong :).

Week 4 October Unprocessed 2013 (link)

What’s everyone else eating this week?


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Camille Freeman, LDN

Hi there! I'm a clinical herbalist and licensed nutritionist specializing in fertility and reproductive health. I mentor other practitioners who need help building and growing their practices, working with complicated clients and getting clinical hours. I'm also a professor in the Department of Nutrition at the Maryland University of Integrative Health, where I teach physiology, pathophysiology, and mindful eating. My pronouns are she/hers. 

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