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Meal Plan Friday 19th December 2021

November seems to be flying by rather quickly and Christmas is fast approaching and I have not got my head around anything.

Friday - Make your own pizzas for the boys. We will have Pinch of Nom Cheeseburger Pizza

Saturday - Chicken burgers with a range of toppings 

Sunday - MIL is over for lunch so we are having a slow roast shoulder of pork with roast potatoes, carrots, broccoli

Monday - Chicken Supreme with mash and greens. We have not had this before but sounds simple and tasty

BBC Good Food Chicken Supreme

Tuesday - Thai Fried Prawns and Pineapple Rice. 

BBC Good Food Thai fried prawn pineapple rice

Wednesday - Meatballs

Thursday - Calzones we have not had in a long time. The boys will have ham and tomato and cheese we will have goats cheese and mushrooms

BBC Good Food Mushroom, goats cheese calzone


  1. This whole year is flying over, not just this month!
    My family love making their own pizzas and your roast sounds so good for family visiting. Great meal plan x

  2. It's crazy isn't it how fast it's gone and we are literally almost into December. My kids love making their own pizzas too. We had calzone recently, it's also a family favourite. Hope you had a good week? Thanks for linking up with #mealplanmonday


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