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Meal Plan 7th December 2018

What a week, we had all three children doing a play last week and each one was on a different day. I am shattered but they were all amazing (proud Mummy alert).

The weather has been plain miserable so it is a week of pure comfort food this week. 

Friday - Smoked Mackerel Salad for Mr MC&W and I. The boys will have MacDonald's as they all did so well this week and deserved a treat. I will write this one up on the blog as it has evolved from a few ideas into one big salad.

Saturday - Burger night for us. The boys will have quorn burgers the chicken style one with a choice of lettuce and tomatoes to go with it. We will have southern fried chicken (thanks Birds Eye) with avocado and a yogurt dressing served with salad and wedges

Sunday - Sausage Casserole with jackets

Monday - Tuna Pasta bake - we add peppers, mushrooms and onions. The boys have sweetcorn and peas.

Tuesday - Pizza and chips - brought in not homemade

Wednesday - Slow Cooker Butter Chicken

Slow cooker butter chicken

Thursday - Quorn and Mushroom stroganoff for Mr MC&W and I. The boys will have something like spaghetti hoops on toast with cheese as they are back form a trip to see a pantomime and will be late so quick and child friendly food is needed.

Quorn and mushroom stroganoff


Katykicker
Cup of Toast

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  2. What a lovely variety of food. It’s great to talk through with children what the thinking behind meals is, so they come to appreciate what’s a treat for a job well done, what’s a refuel after an active day, etc. Leads to a more conscious eating experience. Thanks for sharing your week’s menus x #Blogstravaganza

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    1. Also seeing just how interested they are is wonderful. We want them to understand cooking from scratch xx

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  3. Love the sound of these meals Sarah! I don't think I've ever tried avocado with a burger, that's a great idea! Thanks for the inspiration :) and for sharing with #Blogstravaganza

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    1. sounds mad but with the spicy crispy chicken its really nice needs to be ripe though xx

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  4. I love both Quorn burgers and those Birds Eye ones. I do love a nice 'chicken' burger!

    Thanks for linking up and hope you're having a great week.

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