I made a base mixture of grass fed ground beef and dear meat. 2 to 1. Then I added 5 bags of chopped scallions (kitchen basket from produce), 2 or so cups of chopped green pepper, chopped head of garlic , salt and pepper. Cooked it throughly iwith a glug of olive oil.
While this was going on I made up a recipe for 6 loaves of bread dough. I used soft white wheat because I had surplus from filing buckets.
At this point dough is rising and meat mixture is cooling. I seperated the mixture into 3 bowls. Then I put bowl 1 aside (nothing more to add but cheese). In bowl 2 I popped in spaghetti sauce and bowl 3 I added a can of beans, cilantro (kitchen basket), salsa (my last jar of homemade).
Of course there's a ton of other things that could be added, but this is what I had on hand before shopping day. Meat and cheese are the most important to Superman!
I then seperated dough into 32 pieces. Flatten them out and filled with ingredients and cheese. I had enough for 24 lunches and some dinner tonight! My hope is that these will last a couple of months because we usually have leftovers available a couple of days a week.
The Little Chef got some writing practice in with label making. Now Daddy can find what he needs in the morning!
I need more make ahead ideas for lunch. They must be able to be carried backpack style on a bike. Any ideas?