The following menu suggestions for Trinity Sunday, along with the pictures, were submitted by Angie from Jesse Tree Treasures.
To celebrate Trinity Sunday (last year) we had Trinity tacos!
The menu included a trio of fresh berries.
Three types of tortillas (soft flour, soft corn and hard shell corn)
A trio of dips and salsas (homemade guacamole, seasoned sour cream, and salsa)
And if you really want to go all out, you could do three meats with taco meat and fajita chicken and steak. We just stuck with taco meat.
This is a fun and healthy meal that the kids love. The best part is... It is allergy friendly. It is extremely difficult to find a meal the whole family can eat because of the various allergies. Tacos are a favorite, because everyone can stay away from their offending food. If you still have room for dessert, you can have a "Trinity Sundae" with 3 scoops of ice cream and 3 toppings or 3 cherries. Enjoy! (Editor note: You can also find a Trio of Sundae Solemnities in the archives!)
I used to be intimidated by the thought of making homemade guacamole, now I make it all the time, it is so simple.
All you need are: 2-3 avocados (they should yield a bit to your finger pressure, but not feel hollow).
Mash with a fork or two knives. If it is a little chunky that's fine, I like it better that way.
Add sea salt, chili powder and lime juice to taste, and that's it! Yum!
If you like to add things to it, try red onion, tomatoes, cilantro, and red peppers.