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Meal Plan Friday 28th December

The meal plan is a little late as to be honest the last few days the last thing I have wanted to think about was food. We had no idea what we wanted to eat so late last night Mr MC&W and I tried to get a few meal ideas to get us through till new years day.

Friday - We had turkey curry we got a sauce form the supermarket and some microwavable rice and the boys had the same.

Saturday - Chicken Cesar salad the boys wanted spaghetti hoops and I said that's fine will have it with lots of cheese and salad bits

Sunday - Ham Hock Burgers - I will use the left over gammon. The boys will have quorn nuggets, mash and peas

Ham hock burgers 

Monday - NYE we will have pizza and wedges followed by cheese and lots of prosecco. The boys will also have pizza and salad.

Tuesday - Roast beef served on large Yorkshire pudding with roast pots, carrots and peas for us all.

Wednesday - Gionos Healthy Spinach and Courgette Frittata. I add some potato to this for a little extra. The boys will have omelette's and chips.

Thursday - I found this gnocchi dish I will add extra veggies like peppers and mushrooms and not add the anchovies but will be based around this idea with a big green salad. The boys will have this but a simpler version gnocchi in a tomato sauce.

Puttanesca baked gnocchi


Katykicker

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  1. Sounds like some delicious meals! I think I need to try and make some large yorkshire puddings filled!

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  2. It's funny that your children wanted hoops after all the fancy Christmas food! I don't eat tinned spaghetti but I understand how they feel, simple meals for us too!
    Tx

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  3. Ohh! I love what you have planned for today! We're having Turkey, a 2nd Christmas dinner! I like the sound of the gnocchi dish x

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  4. You can't beat a nice roast beef can you! Sounds like you've had a great week of meals while eliminating waste!

    Well done and thanks for linking up.

    Happy New Year!

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