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Meal Plan Monday 4th May 2015

This whole week Mr MC&W is in San Fransisco and not due back until Sunday afternoon after being awake for who knows how many hours.

While he is away I have the support of my lovely mummy coming to stay. So for a week I will have a clean house and drink far too many glasses of red wine during the evening and too many cups of tea during the day

Monday - Breaded Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Green Veggies both myself and the boys will be having this.

Tuesday - Spaghetti Milanese style for all of us.

Wednesday - Cauliflower Cheese bakes a lovely one from BBC good food it's a lot of work but very tasty

http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/166618/cauliflower-cheese-and-spinach-pasta-bakes

Thursday - Spring Risotto filled with peas, courgettes, asparagus the boys will have a tomato one

Friday - Simple Quorn Curry (this will be coming from a jar) boys will have the same but with chicken as they are not too keen on Quorn

Saturday - Homemade frying pan Pizzas - mainly for the boys as they just love them. I will make a big batch of sauce so we can make ours later it will be served with lots of salad

Sunday - I must admit I will be seeing what Mr MC&W is feeling like during the week to plan this one! it's going to have to be light and simple as he will be shattered and just need his bed. I may well be tweeting for ideas









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  1. Sounds like a great week ahead in terms of meal planning. I've not made risotto for years but definitely need to look into making it as my little one loves rice. Might be another great way of getting veggies into him! Have a great week with your Mum and enjoy her company :)

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