Dr. Seuss Day Menu

Dr. Seuss Day Menu

IMG_7830.jpgMarch 2 is Dr. Seuss Day. This definitely is a day that you appreciate more when your
have little children or when you work with little children.  Everything my kids do on this day revolve around Dr. Seuss.  Teachers and students get all dressed up, school work and crafts revolve around Dr. Seuss’ work. It really is a lot of fun…makes me wonder why we didn’t do this when I was a kid. (Yes, I am jealous of the fun my kids have  on this day.) This is why I decided that Dr. Seuss Day shall start at HOME!!! During the weekend, I made a full dinner based on various Dr. Seuss stories.

We started the out the meal with the classic, Green Eggs and Ham. Then worked on to the main course with One Fish, Two Fish and Noodles for Poodles. Dessert and beverage was Pink Ink (inspired from One Fish, Two Fish) and Melon for Sneetches (inspired from The Sneetches). We had Dr. Seuss coloring sheets that I found online, so they can color while they ate.  I also lay the kids favorite books on the table for them to find their favorite lines.  It was a fun night of laughing and talking about our favorite characters, even my tween was enjoying the festivities. I think this will definitely be repeated next year.

Note: This menu is gluten free, dairy free, soy free, peanut free and tree nut free.  This menu is also 21DF approved, enjoy!

***Dr. Seuss Day Menu***

Green Eggs and Ham

Gluten free, nitrate free ham and avocado omelet with Jenny’s Green Sauce

One Fish Two Fish Sandwiches

Pan seared white fish on whole grain fish-shaped toast (I used Udi’s Gluten Free Bread).

Noodles for Poodles

Whole grain gluten free spaghetti with zoodles (zucchini noodles) sautéed in a coconut amino sauce.

Melon for Sneetches

Watermelon with “stars on the belly”.

Pink Ink

Strawberry Banana Smoothie 


Dr. Seuss Day Menu

Dairy Free

Soy Free

Nut Free


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