Although I don't usually get on well with meal planners, when I go away on holiday I do find it essential to have done a lot of preparation beforehand to make sure that I can spend more time out of the kitchen than I do when we are at home. This includes having a meal plan in place and ordering the week's groceries to match the menu.
Having just been away, to an unknown kitchen and area, I found myself doing more work than I did when I knew what to equipment to expect in the kitchen and where to source my food. In case anyone else is interested, I have written it all down in a convenient form and humbly offer it to you.
This plan will take the hard work out of the thought of eating real food on a special diet while you are self-catering. It assumes basic cottage equipment of a cooker and basic cooking utensils. It does assume you will take a small , unless you are happy to make broth on the stove. It also requires a hand blender.
The menu ideas are just that - ideas, or you could use them straight. they might just give you a basis on which to tweak them here and there a bit to suit your family's likings. They are all simple meals, often with bulk cooking to save time in the kitchen, while remaining true to having plenty of broth/soup from meat/bones and all sugar and grain free.
I have given it a small price of £2 to reflect the amount of time I have put into it (rather than giving it away free, as it has taken time!)
If you would like more information please contact me.