{MEAL PLAN} Chocolate Balls

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

Sorry today’s post is a little late, I have been working really hard the last week with upgrading a section of the website, all to be revealed later today.  

I hope you have all enjoyed the guest posters from last week contributing their posts the ‘Organising You’ series:  Organising and celebrating you, A mothers guide to taking a breakMaking your freezer work for you and Organising my thoughts

This weeks meal plan

Monday – Julie Gooodwins, Tuna Mornay

Tuesday – Chicken schnitzel (from Woolworths deli) with potato gems and vegetables

WednesdayShepherd’s Pie

Thursday – Scrambled Eggs on toast

Friday – Fish with vegetables

Saturday – Date night!

Sunday – Meat Pie with potato and vegetables

BakingChocolate Balls 

Meal planning tips:  How to meal plan & more meal plans.

Chocolate Balls

Shepherd’s Pie

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WHAT IS ON YOUR MEAL PLAN THIS WEEK?

Please link up your meal plan:

  1. Link directly to your meal planning post not your website, post must be about your weekly meal plan
  2. Paste my meal plan button (grab button HERE) on your post so that others can join along and link up too or add a link to The Organised Housewife.
  3. Remember to come back next week!  Thankyou for sharing your plan!

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8 comments

Glenn Van on Facebook February 20, 2012 - 11:47 AM

I made this exact recipe on the weekend for a cake fundraiser stall, and then put them on the end of skewers & placed in a small vase. So effective & the kids loved them!

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Gayemurphy February 20, 2012 - 11:57 AM

Wow! I didn’t realise Julie Goodwin had a website with her recipes on it!!! Thanks!!! (I was given “our family table” cookbook for Mother’s Day) I’ve started to meal plan – not quite getting to the full seven days – but from Monday to Friday the meals are planned out! I’ve been thinking about doing a shepherds pie for awhile… thanks for reminding me to ‘plan it in’…

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Joanna Willing on Facebook February 20, 2012 - 11:58 AM

Can anyone suggest a substitute for cocoa?

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Glenn Van on Facebook February 20, 2012 - 1:42 PM

Anoter cute idea was putting a spearmint leaf lolly onto a skewer, followed by a marshmallow, spread some butter icing on the end of marshmallow, dip into sprinkles. Cute edible marshmallow flowers in a vase 🙂

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Rachel Adams on Facebook February 20, 2012 - 1:53 PM

use milo

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Oopsiemumma February 20, 2012 - 2:06 PM

I’ve only just discovered your meal plans and I LOVE them. They are what real people can cook for real kids. I always used to do meal plans with exotic dishes then would get stressed about cooking it and it would always turn out hideous. I’ve only just recently discovered the power of doing a meal plan with ‘normal’ foods. So nice to know you do too and I’ll be popping back to check each week, your schnitzel is one I keep forgetting to put on my plans. You never know but one day I might get organised and be able to link up with you!

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Tammie Lucas on Facebook February 20, 2012 - 2:54 PM

Use caramel out if a tin!!

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Liz February 21, 2012 - 10:40 AM

http://lifelovesandliz.com/2012/02/20/menu-plan-812/
this is our meal plan for the week ahead!

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