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This weeks meal plan Monday – Tuna Pasta Bake Tuesday – Homemade Pizza, as requested by the birthday girl Wednesday – Chicken caesar salad  Thursday – BBQ sausages and steak with salad Friday – Chicken and Spinach Lasange with vegetables Saturday – Beef Enchilada’s, inspired by The Fridge Door Sunday – Easy dinner, eggs on toast Baking […]

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  • SusieQTpies Scraps

    Thanks for hosting! I linked up and gave you a Pin in Pinterest under my Meal Planning Board! I’m following you, too! I’m on Pinterest.

    Have a super week! SusieReplyCancel

This weeks meal plan Monday – Bacon Pasta Bake Tuesday – Donna Hay’s, Chorizo, Spinach and Ricotta Frittata (Fast, Fresh, Simple cookbook)  next time I will omit the sage and ricotta. Wednesday – KFC, we had a delightful day seeing Mary Poppins the musical so… had the night off     Thursday – Slow Cooked Silverside […]

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I have been very spoilt over the last two weeks with hubby cooking dinner most nights.  He wanted to do it so it felt like a bit of a break  for me too.  We have enjoyed BBQ’s, salads, cup a noodles, nights out with family, date night dinner (yum cha, yummo) and  pizza.  So if […]

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  • Brooke

    Katrina, the lamb pie looks delish! Definitely one too try when it cools down a bit!ReplyCancel

  • Sam

    Do you mean favourite recipes from 2011?ReplyCancel

    • Katrina

      No 2010 is correct :). I was intending on doing both together but didn’t have time.ReplyCancel

  • […] for some meal planning inspiration check out The Organised Housewife, Quirky Cooking and My Little Thermomix for more […]ReplyCancel

  • Hrrrm. Meal planning is not so good at my house at the moment! Hopefully next week when we’re all at home it will come good again!ReplyCancel

  • Christeen

    Made the Choc Sprinkle Cookies the other day. They were GREAT!! A big hit with everyone, even the daughter of my always baking friend. She said that they were better than her mum’s! ThanksReplyCancel

I would like to say a big thank you to Lisa for sharing her families weekly meal while I am away in Kuala Lumpur.  However I am sure that my hubby is cooking beautiful meals for my family Please remember that I post meal plans from my week that just passed, which gives me the […]

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This weeks meal plan Monday – Lamb cutlets and Vegetables Tuesday – Beef and brocoli stir fry Wednesday – Macaroni and cheese Thursday – Chicken filo with vegetables Friday – Christmas celebration Saturday – Mediterranean Tuna and Rice Pie (delicious!) Sunday – Roast Beef with potato and vegetables Baking – Apple Slice (so easy and very yummy) […]

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This weeks meal plan Monday – Chicken Carbonara Pasta Bake Tuesday – Curried mince with potato and vegetables Wednesday – Salmon Patties with vegetables  Thursday – Fish, pasta and salad Friday – Zucchini Slice and salad Saturday – Homemade Pizza Sunday – Roast Beef postato and vegetables Baking – Carrot Muffins Salmon Patties Chicken Cabonara Pasta […]

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This weeks meal plan Don’t forget to link your meal plan up below, or comment letting me know what you plan is for the week… I love seeing new recipes Monday – Slow cooker beef massaman curry  Tuesday – Fish with (continental) cheesey rice and vegetables Wednesday – Eggs on toast Thursday – Curried mince with […]

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This giveaway is now closed.  Congratulations to Taryn S for winning the new Donna Hay cookbook.   I am a big Donna Hay fan, I love her simplicity in cooking, recipes are not extravagant, her cheat options make cooking easy and the end result always tastes delicious.  I was excited to learn of her new cookbook, […]

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  • Samy_savva

    I dont have a blog, however this is this weeks meal plan starting tonight:

    Monday – Spaghetti and Meatballs – a Dolmio sauce from the supermarket
    Tuesday – Chorizo and Tomato Frittata – Donna Hay 10th Anniversary Special Mag
    Wednesday – Homemade Pizza
    Thursday – Battered Fish and Salad
    Friday – Roasted Tomato, Eggplant and Haloumi Burger – Donna Hay website
    Saturday – Mummy and Oly Out – Daddy – WHATEVER (hehe)
    Sunday – our choice

    This household also LOVES Donna Hay. Her recipes are simple, tasty and I never have any fuss out of miss 3 eating any of her meals. They are great for families on the go but also have the more intense cooking experience for when you have the time.

    I made the Donna Hay spin on spaghetti bolognese from her 10th Anniversary mag the other night and it was AMAZING and definitely gave food for thought on spag bol night!ReplyCancel

  • Katrina – I’m a big fan of sharing Meal Plans, thanks for making it so simple!ReplyCancel

  • We love Donna Hay too – what a fabulous giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • Bev Anderson

    My meal planner for this week
    Monday: Chow Mein
    Tuesday: steak with steamed Veggi’s
    Wednesday: raviolia and bolognese sauce
    Thursday: Bbq fish & salad
    Fri: Hamburgers on the Bbq
    Sat: Roast Lamb in the Webber with friends
    Sun: toaties with left over Lamb (if any left)ReplyCancel

  • Sunday – toasted sandwiches
    Monday – chicken burgers
    Tuesday – rissoles and salad
    Wednesday – spag Bol
    Thursday – slow cooker corned beef and salad
    Friday – pasta marinara
    Saturday – roast lamb and balsamic roast vegesReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    Mon- Stirfry Tues- meat & vege Wed – spag Bol Thurs- beef strog Fri – Homemade pizza Sat – fish and salad Sun Roast dinner. I need meal planners!ReplyCancel

  • M – Spaghetti w bol sauce & veg

    T- homemade pizza (*buy fresh cheese & ham)

    W – frozen fish, salad, homemade chips (Mum over for dinner)

    Th – Beef snitzel & veg

    F – Brown Bothers pasta sauce w chicken, veg & penne

    Sat – eat out

    Su – BBQ: sausages, eggs, veg burgers, ham burgers & salad ReplyCancel

  • M – Laksa
    T – BBQ steak & salad
    W – homemade sweet & sour pork with rice
    T – Chicken Caesar Salad
    F – takeaway with friends, usually Japanese
    S – BBQ Salmon & SaladReplyCancel

  • Kirrily

    Here’s our meal plan for this week:
    Monday – Chicken on sweet potato rosti – I think this is from Food Fast (Donna Hay)
    Tuesday – spaghetti bolognese
    Wednesday – roast, salad and roasted spuds
    Thursday – beef stir fry
    Friday – Mulligatawny chicken (Annabel Karmel)
    Saturday – Chicken pot pies
    Sunday – lasagne

    • Kirrily

      And for baking I’ve made the Donna Hay blueberry muffins (I saw the link in your “you might also like..” section. The recipe was easy to find with a quick Google search.

  • Maree

    Meal Plan this week:

    Monday- Marinated chicken drumsticks (bbq sauce, sweet chilli sauce & tomato sauce) with salad
    Tuesday- Sticky sausages with vegetables
    Wednesday- Chiken stirfry with oyster sauce and rice
    Thursday- Tuna pasta bake with salad
    Friday- Chicken laksa with hokkien noodles
    Saturday – Homemade pizza
    Sunday – Beef teryaki with sushi riceReplyCancel

  • Mumma K

    Hi, I linked my first meal plan up through blog links on my new blog :)ReplyCancel

  • I’ve added my monthly meal plan – it includes the meal plan for our week (surprise that). Hope it is okay because that is how meal planning works in our house, on a month by month basis.ReplyCancel

  • Tracey

    Monday – Cornflake Crumbed Cutlets & Vegetables
    Tuesday – Fettucine Cabonara
    Wednesday – Tacos
    Thursday – Homemade Pizzas
    Friday – Crispy Skin Chicken Wraps
    Saturday – Steak Diane, Potato Bake & Steamed Vegetables
    Sunday – BBQ Chicken & Greek SaladReplyCancel

  • Bec from Because Everything Co

    We love meal planning! We’ve been doing it for almost four years and save ourselves a bundle as well as being more organised and never wondering what we’re having for tea…

    Monday ~ Thai Poached Chicken
    Tuesday ~ Garlic Pepper Beef Stir-fry
    Wednesday ~ Date Night
    Thursday ~ Pumpkin and Sage Tortellini
    Friday ~ Five Spice Pork with Cous Cous
    Saturday ~ Asian Pork Spare Ribs
    Sunday ~ Take Away Fish & Chips

    Oh I’ve just realised half of these recipes are from the Simple Dinners by Donna Hay feature in our state Sunday paperReplyCancel

  • Julie-Ann

    Mon – Baked fish with herbs and salad
    Tues – Nonna’s Meatballs and pasta
    Wed – Pork and Red lentils
    Thurs – Chicken Schnitzel and salad
    Fri – Spinach and Ricotta canneloni
    Sat – Woodfired pizzas
    Sun – backyard BBQReplyCancel

  • Mon ~ left over silverside with mash and veg
    Tues ~ Snags and Veg
    Wed ~ Fish and Veg
    Thurs ~ BBQ at the school for end of year concert
    Fri ~ Taco’s
    Sat ~ Takeaway
    Sun ~ Silverside and VegReplyCancel

  • Sebnar

    Monday – Beef stroganoff
    Tuesday – Fish and fennel pie
    Wed – Out
    Thurs – Out
    Fri – Beef in black bean sauce
    Sat – Out
    Sunday – Turkey BolgnaniseReplyCancel

  • Paula

    I haven’t meal planned weekly – I prepare 30 dishes over 3-4 days that all go to the Freezer. I add a list to the door of the freezer of what meals (and how many of each)and get to choose the night before or early in the morning without having to do much work – either rice or a salad!

    My current list of dishes is:
    Bolognaise Sauce
    Rolled Italian Meatloaf
    Chicken Curry
    Sausage Sweet ‘n’ Sour
    Chicken & Spinach Lasagne
    Beef Goulash
    Apricot Chicken
    Chicken Casserole
    Satay Chicken
    Rogan Josh
    Beef Stroganoff
    Burrito Mince
    Beef in Red Wine
    Pork Sweet ‘n’ Sour
    Beef Tortilla Stack
    Pork Korma
    Lamb & Feta Pasta
    Citrus Chicken
    Honey Mustard Chicken

  • Cherrytree

    As I don’t work Mon and Tuesday, I cook big meals and freeze for later in the week

    Monday – Spag Bol (made 2 lots of mince)
    Tuesday – Sausage risotto
    Wednesday – Chicken schnitzel
    THursday – Chicken Schnitizel
    Friday – Lasagne
    Saturday – Toasted Sandwiches (having family BBQ for lunch)
    Sunday – Crumbed Pork Strips

  • Kiara M.

    Mon: Beef Stirfry with hokkien noodles
    Tues: Spaghetti Bol. and garlic bread
    Wed: Dinner @ MIL’S!
    Thurs: (quick dinner night) Scrambled eggs on toast
    Fri: Creamy tuscan chicken
    Sat: Honey Soy chicken wings, Baked veg and Rice
    (special night so Pavlova for dessert)
    Sun: Fish and chips (with a healthy salad of course! ;))
    Baking: Cupcakes for playgroup following Monday

  • Kristy

    Monday – Homemade rissoles with mashed potatoe and steamed vegies
    Tuesday – Chicken Curry with rice and pappadums
    Wednesday – Chicken Parm and salad
    Thursday – Olive crusted lamb cutlets with vegies
    Friday – Apricot Chicken with mashed potatoes and vegies
    Saturday – Tacos
    Sunday – Roast Lamb and roasted vegiesReplyCancel

  • Lee

    Monday – GF Spaghetti Bolagnese
    Tuesday – Chicken burgers with the work – (after school sports)
    Wednesday – Asian baked salmon and vegetables
    Thursday – Homemade pizzas – (after school sports)
    Friday – Mexican Quesadillas – (after school sports)
    Saturday – Crumbed chicken tenders and pumpkin risotto
    Sunday – Roast pork and vegetables.ReplyCancel

  • Tiffany

    Monday – Homemade pizzas (the kids pick their own toppings)
    Tuesday – Pesto gnocchi
    Wednesday – Chicken schnitzel and salad
    Thursday – Salmon, pea & corn fritters
    Friday – Chicken rissoles, homemade chunky chips and salad
    Saturday – Pork sausage & vegetable casserole
    Sunday – out for birthday dinner
    Baking – birthday cake for my husbandReplyCancel

  • m -crumbed beef salad jacket potato
    T- chicken patties (made & frozen last week) salad
    W slow cooked
    T-creamy salsa chicken
    F chicken leek & corn pie
    S pork & waterchesnut rissoles with salad
    S savoury slice & salad
    Have a big week coming up , sooo love having meal plans :)ReplyCancel

  • […] why am I writing all this?  Well Katrina from The Organised Housewife is having a giveaway of Donna Hay’s new book Simple Dinners and i wanna enter in that draw […]ReplyCancel

  • Hey Katrina, here’s my post:

    Fingers crossed!! That Banoffee pie looks so yummy.ReplyCancel

  • Jasmine

    Monday – Sausage casserole and steamed veg
    Tuesday – Chicken potato bake and tossed salad
    Wednesday – Steak Kebabs, chips and salad
    Thursday – Good old Spag bog
    Friday – Roast Chicken and veg
    Saturday – Homemade pizza
    Sunday – Quiche and salad

    Baking – left over cereal into bikkies & muffins :)ReplyCancel

  • Stacey

    Monday – Roast Chicken with Roast Potato and Steam Veg
    Tues – Left Over Chicken – Chicken Spaghetti
    Wed – Thai Chicken Soup (making chicken stock with left over Chicken Bones)
    Thurs – Potato & Tuna Patties and Salad
    Fri – Hamburgers
    Sat – Beef Stirfry
    Sun – Home Made Crumbed Fish, Chips and Salad

    Baking – Flourless Peanut Butter & Choc Chip Cookies
    – Pumpkin MuffinsReplyCancel

  • Kgraham_81

    Monday Crumbed fish, pommes and salad
    Tuesday Chicken Lasagna and salad
    Wednesday Roast Beef and roast vegetables
    Thursday BBQ Meatloaf and vegies
    Friday CreamyChicken Carbonara
    Saturday take away/out for dinner
    Sunday Beef and Vegetable stir fryReplyCancel

  • Monday – Baked chicken breasts with roast sweet potato, gravy, peas, zucchini
    Tuesday – Pizza (Cheap Tuesday)
    Wednesday – Taco’s and Burritos night
    Thursday – chicken parmagiana with vegetables and mash
    Friday – Lamb cutlets with carrots, broccoli and mash.
    Saturday – Pea and ham soup – Ravioli
    Sunday – Honey, soy and garlic chicken wings, corn on the cob, french friesReplyCancel

  • tezzinbrissie

    Monday: Greek style roast lamb with risoni
    Tuesday: Spaghetti Bolognese
    Wednesday: Roast pumpkin and chorizo risotto
    Thursday: Left over spg bol
    Friday: Out for dinner
    Saturday: Pizza
    Sunday: Out for birthday dinnerReplyCancel

  • Larknorm

    Monday – Chicken Yakitori and salad, Tuesday – Mexican beef stirfry, Wednesday – Spring vegetable soup, Thursday – Lamb fajitas, Friday – Steak with baked potatoes and salad, Saturday – sausages with mash potatoes and steamed vegetables and Sunday – home made potato and rosemary pizzaReplyCancel

  • Tasha Moon

    Monday – Roast chicken and veges
    Tuesday – Pork and Vege noodles
    Wednesday – Home made turkey hamburgers
    Thursday – Haloumi Chicken (Donna Hay)
    Friday – Home made pizzas
    Saturday – BBQ and salad
    Sunday – leftoversReplyCancel

  • Kristie

    Monday – Terriyaki Chicken
    Tuesday – Pasta Bolognaise
    Wednesday – leftovers
    Thursday – Beef & cous cous salad
    Friday – Salad wraps
    Saturday – Satay chicken
    Sunday – leftoversReplyCancel

  • Jess Frisch

    Monday: Zucchini Slice and Garlic Bread
    Tuesday: Chicken and Spinach Cannelloni and Salad
    Wednesday: Corned Silverside and Veges
    Thursday: Pumpkin Rissotto and Asparagus
    Friday: Gourmet mini pizzas
    Saturday: Daddy’s cooking so probably takeaway lol
    Sunday: Homemade chicken sausage rolls and saladReplyCancel

  • Katherine

    My meal week starts on a Wednesday (I shop on Tuesday) so…
    Wednesday – Homemade burgers with salad, frozen chips
    Thursday – leftovers (burgers)
    Friday – out
    Saturday – our ‘takeaway’ night: frozen pizza and icecream cones : )
    Sunday – eggs and tomato on toast
    Monday – sausages, mashed potato and pumpkin, corn, vegies
    Tuesday – leftover sausages, bubble and squeakReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    We always plan our meals, makes it alot easier to shop!

    Monday – Beef Stroganoff & Rice
    Tuesday – Cheese & Spinach Triangles & Salad
    Wednesday – Out for daughters birthday dinner
    Thursday – Porcupine Meatballs & Mash
    Friday – Cherry Tomato Spaghetti
    Saturday – Lamb Kofta Korma & Rice
    Sunday – Oven Baked Fish & Chips & Salad

    Baking – Cupcakes and daughters Birthday Cake.ReplyCancel

  • Monday – spaghetti bolognese & garlic bread (both prepared in big batches & frozen for Mondays after gymnastics
    Tuesday – Macaroni & cheese (recipe from “Frostbite” by Susan Austin – usually make enough for 2 extra kid sized serves)
    Wednesday – chicken & leek risotto (with peas) – always make enough for 2 extra serves for Thursday lunch or dinner
    Thursday – organic pork sausages & grilled hash browns for kids; leftover risotto for parents after martial arts
    Friday – cottage pie (always make 3 serves of the mince, so only need to do the mash the next 2 times – prefer to do that fresh, although occasionally freeze kids’ serves)
    Saturday – home made pizza with various toppings to suit each person
    Sunday – something from Donna Hay “Fast, Fresh, Simple”, my current fave!

    Carla DaltonReplyCancel

  • Gemmiealliston

    My meal plan:
    Monday: tofu roast with veggies!
    Tuesday: veggie burgers
    Wednesday: Spaghetti with lentil and tomato sauce
    Thursday: Roast vegetable salad
    Friday: Mushroom risotto
    Saturday: Pizza
    Sunday: Felafel wraps :)

    YUUUUUUUMMMMMM lolReplyCancel

  • Jessicajryan

    My meal plan

    -Monday chicken and salads
    Tuesday seafood rissotto
    wednesday veal involtini
    thursday lasange and salad
    Friday guinness beef pie and sweet potato chip
    saturday – Pizza
    Sunday – BBQ outside sausages, chicken kebabs chipsReplyCancel

  • Inrb

    Friday – tacos
    Saturday – BBQ and salad
    Sunday – Roast Lamb and Vegies
    Monday – Tikka Marsala and Rice
    Tuesday – Stir fried vegies and Quinoa
    Wednesday – Spaghetti Bolognaise
    Thursday – Fish and SaladReplyCancel

  • Linda

    Our meal plan for the week…
    Sunday – roasted vegetable lasagna
    Monday – moroccan chicken salad
    Tuesday – homemade salmon patties and salad
    Wednesday – homemade lamb souvlaki
    Thursday – chicken chow mein
    Friday – grilled fish and salad
    Saturday – homemade pita pizzasReplyCancel

This weeks meal plan I have had a busy week so to save time I reused a weekly meal plan from last year.   I recommend you save your plans because it really was a great help and saved time not having to think about what to cook.  Monday – Chicken, spinach and ricotta pasta bake – using […]

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We have been watching Junior Master Chef which has inspired my kids to want to help in the kitchen.  Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights are always a good night for them to help me as we don’t need to rush to get to sports or to bed.  Miss 8 recently had a friend visiting and […]

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  • Jodi

    I have an autistic child who hates veges (apparently) and smuggling ANY green vegetable into his food is always a challenge, I’m sure the vege smugglers new book would help us out! If I could just hide broccoli, I would be happy!ReplyCancel

  • Stacey-Lee

    I have mild success with smuggling vegies in dishes, I know u can hide pumpkin but I am not sure how or what in – I’m sure this book could help immensely and expand my very short list of meals I can get my littler ones to eatReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Most green vegetables are near on impossible for me to hide in the kids food.
    Number one they have an aversion to anything green and number 2 it’s not an altogether subtle colour.
    Any hints/ideas I could get from veggie smugglers 2 in getting green veggies into them without a battle would be much appreciated!ReplyCancel

  • I have a tupperware turbo chop (like a slap chop) and it finely chops all vegies into the finest pieces, I use it in risotto, spaghetti, pasta and many other dishes. I used to be one of those picky people and I still disguise it from myself :PReplyCancel

  • ashleigh bozinovski

    I have a 7 month old who loves veggies so because of this my 2 year old thinks its “baby” food and downright refuses to eat ANY vegies her brother eats.this book will give me ideas on how to smuggle healthy veggies to my daughter…ohhhh and my hubby!! HeheReplyCancel

  • I steam all sorts of vegies, whatever is on special, then purée them together with a little passata (tomato purée). I then freeze them in muffin tins. I add 2 veggie cubes to every bolognaise or lasagna I make and the kids have no idea! ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    It’s the green ones that they dislike most!ReplyCancel

  • Cherie Humphries

    The vegetable I would learn to love to hide is brocoli. The book would be a great help with getting him to eat vegetablesReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    Mushrooms are the vegetables I have to hide. Being vegetarian I would really love to find some more ways to get my little boy to happily eat them. Thanks for the great giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • kathryn

    Would love to learn hoe to hide broccoli. My kids despise it and no matter how small it is they spot it and pick it out. This actually goes for any vegetable that is green. Apparently they love brown food but not green!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    Peas! My daughter doesn’t eat anything green and I love peas. Peas are such a vibrant colour and I struggle to hide them!ReplyCancel

  • Kiara M.

    My 6 year old is going thru a “I hate that” stage which is making my 2 year old do the same & my 14 month old is starting to catch it too! I need this book!ReplyCancel

  • Emma

    Have never seen/heard of Vegie Smugglers before but what a cool idea! Can’t wait to try out some recipes and see how the family reacts :)ReplyCancel

  • I desperately need veggie smugglers, my little boy eats none except chips!!!ReplyCancel

  • I desperately need veggie smugglers, my little boy eats none except chips!!!ReplyCancel

  • Moniqueknight1

    Mushrooms – if I don’t piratically mince them she won’t eat them. But she always picks out onion as well any idea to increase their veggie intake is a plus to meReplyCancel

  • Wendy S

    Any green vegie, they can spot them a mile away! We used to call my eldest son the Vegie smuggler, he used to hide vegies in his undies then flush them down the loo! He was caught out after trying to flush some stirfry as it left an oily clue!ReplyCancel

  • Donna

    Broccoli. It always leaves tiny green bits that stand out like neon lights according to my son. ReplyCancel

  • Betty

    Mushrooms, like finding a needle in a haystack, however they will find them. I want some fresh simple ideas, thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Leimay Cherry

    I find it hard to smuggle capsicum into meals for the kids. They will eat them on pizza if we buy it but not if we make it that way.
    I need ideas to get more vegetables into my childrens diets without them realising, not to mention getting vegetables into my meat and potatoes husband.ReplyCancel

  • i’m with Wendy S here – any green vegie. my son just refuses to try. this cookbook would definitely help give me some new ideas about how to get my kids eating more veg.ReplyCancel

  • krit

    Ohh that sounds like a great book!! fingers crossed. I like to smuggle any vegetable into anything I make so this would be helpful for new ideas!!

  • Michelle

    Beans, my two y.o chews them but never ever swallows them! If #2 is as good as the first VegieSmugglers this book is sure to help! ReplyCancel

  • Would love to know another way of hiding vegies, I only have spagetti.ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca English

    my 2 year old won’t eat any vegies other than potato, so any ideas to help curb this would be awesome. ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    I smuggled in some eggplant onto our pizza last night – which was awesome! But if we have meat and veg or just a salad, all I can get my 20 month old to eat is potato, maybe carrot and maybe cucumber. Nothing green…even if I try and make it ‘tastier’ with herbs or garlic! He snuffs it out…ReplyCancel

  • Natalie

    The hardest vege to hide is beans they dont break down all that well and my kids really dont want to eat them, this book would help me hide them and other healthy vege’s in thier everyday meals.ReplyCancel

  • Peas are the worst my little man won’t eat them at allReplyCancel

  • Those cheespuffs look awesome! I would love to make them for my son!ReplyCancel

  • If it’s not baked beans or fried rice, my little monster won’t eat it! Looking for some inspriation to get some different foods into him! :)ReplyCancel

  • Anything green would be the hardest to disguise, and this book looks like it would be brilliant for my 19 month old! Help please!ReplyCancel

  • even though my son is only 11 months old, hardest would have to be peas, whats wrong with them, i looove them, hence why i would love this book, to introduce more peas :)ReplyCancel

  • Helen Palmer

    Any vegetable is hard to disguise in this house. I would love some new ideas and inspiration to get my kids to eat them. :) ReplyCancel

  • Samantha Savva

    As a family who is 90% vegetarian we need to find LOADS of fun ways to incorporate veggies to our daughter will eat them EVERYDAY. Her favourite meal is homemade pizza stacked with LOADS of veggies. She loves helping make the pizza by spreading all the ingredients. This gives her responsibility and satisfaction knowing she is eating something she made!!!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Blanch

    Button Squash… got a vege garden full of them and haven’t managed to get her to eat one yet! I need this book!!ReplyCancel

  • Kgraham_81

    I find any green veggie i try to put into my sons food he wont touch!!! Pea, Brocolli, spinach etc makes thinking of new recipies really hard! I would love love love and really appreciate a copy of your recipie book!!ReplyCancel

  • Sue-Ann Jones

    All veges are hard to hide in a meal with my little man. I would love some new ideas on how to cook with more veges.ReplyCancel

  • Nichole Atchison

    I struggle with mushrooms, they have to be cut up so small that you can hardly see them, let alone taste them, for my 4 year old to eat them. I would love to know how to get more veggies into my two little kids, and my hubby too!ReplyCancel

  • Sharon

    My son hates all veges. I have absolutely no idea how to hide them. I’m sure he has a vege sensor on him.ReplyCancel

  • Alli

    Ds3 is great with every veggie known to man but ds1 is terrible! It all started off well but now I am lucky if he eats peas and corn. I can hide carrot and zuchini but need more ideas for everything else! At least it will get him going on the veg an slowly I can stop te smuggling part.ReplyCancel

  • JessFrisch

    As a mum of 2 small kids (3 and 4 yrs) we grow veges in the back yard and while the kids love watching them grow and picking them, eating them is a different story- I would love this book as it would give me some great ideas for getting these veges from garden to belly!ReplyCancel

  • Malinda Blair

    I have 3 year old twin boys who are barely eating anything on their plates at the moment… I need all the help I can get!ReplyCancel

  • Kirrily

    I have the issue of a 3 year old who will eat his veges, but really is a mainly a meat and veges bloke – anything vaguely more gourmet and he won’t touch it – I love trying new recipes with him (particularly if he helps me cook them) in the hope that we will hit on a new favourite, rather than meat and 5 veg or spag bol!! ReplyCancel

  • Yolanda pangan

    My son can spot any green veggie in his food. No matter how small it is. I need to convince him that green veggies taste good too.ReplyCancel

  • Claire Bailey

    Onions. I have only had real success with a few recipes from book 1 of Vegie smugglers, so I am hoping that book 2 will be like an advanced course on onion smuggling. ReplyCancel

  • Nikki

    ATM my kids won’t eat anything with corn in it…. arrrgh, I love corn in everything, and they used to as well, and since they are refusing most veg I think a bit of corn thru their system would be good!!!
    would love vegie smugglers cookbook 2 for some new ideas – other than the ones I love from the website!! :DReplyCancel

  • Leesa

    ooH I sooo need this book with my Miss 3 and Miss 1 becoming VERY fussy!!!ReplyCancel

This weeks meal plan Don’t forget to link your meal plan up below, or comment letting me know what you plan is for the week…I love seeing new recipes Monday – Salmon Mornay Tuesday – Chicken Fritters and salad Wednesday – Steak with potato and vegetables Thursday – Chicken Schnitzel and vegetables Friday – Cheese on toast  […]

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  • AliB

    I adore that you have cheese on toast in your meal plan. I meant that 100% seriously!

This weeks meal plan Don’t forget to link your meal plan up below, or comment letting me know what you plan is for the week…I love seeing new recipes Monday – Cheats slow cooked BBQ meatballs Tuesday – Chicken Risotto Wednesday – Fish and Vegetables parcels Thursday – Sausages with vegetables and potato Friday – Mexican Pizza Saturday […]

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  • Great ideas here! I’ve been doing some of this, too….and have posted other ideas at my blog: Check it out!

    Thanks for adding even MORE ideas to my resources!!! ReplyCancel

  • I meal plan monthly which is quite challenging at times but fits in with our monthly pay cycle and helps the budget. Meatballs alternates with sausages on Monday nights but everyone has been getting a bit sick of them, so I’m very glad you linked up the slow cooked meatball recipe as that is a great way to change up the meal plan a little, whilst still using up all the meatballs in the freezer. Thank youReplyCancel

    • It’s always nice for a change :) My son loved these as he is a big BBQ sauce fan and it tasted alot BBQ flavoured sauce.ReplyCancel

This weeks meal plan Don’t forget to link your meal plan up below, or comment letting me know what you plan is for the week…I love seeing new recipes Monday – Spaghetti Bol Tuesday – Oven baked chicken with Parmesan crusted potatoes and vegetables Wednesday – Left overs Thursday – away in Melbourne, but the kids […]

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  • Those parmesan-crusted potatos look SO good! Will keep those in mind – great accompaniment for a BBQ. ReplyCancel

  • I wanted to let you know I really love looking at your meal plans – keep them coming. Thanks.ReplyCancel