Are you serious we need to talk about emotional eating if we are talking about Menu's?
Yes, one of the things I have learned from my story, is to have an easy to follow menu plan for difficult days. So that I can be on autopilot and put the emotional effort into the real things, instead of just distracting ourselves with food, or responding to emotional state with food. his recipe below works as a great shabbat soup , my kids call it meatza ball soup!
My Go to Emotional Overwhelm Menu
Breakfast- Shakeology with collagen shaken with water ice and vanilla extract, 2 slices light whole grain toast with 1 tsp Peanut butter
Snack- cucumber, carrot and a drizzle of tehina with everything bagel spice, 1 apple