Meal Plan – Simple Oven Baked Lamb Dinner

Needing some dinner ideas for your family?  Pop back to the blog Monday as I will share my families weekly meal plan and other recipes to help inspire you.  I use easy family friendly recipes that the kids will enjoy.  I do try my best to keep our meal plan healthy, however we may have something every now that may not be.  See my previous weekly meal plans here.

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This weeks meal plan

MONDAY

Homemade Beef Rissoles with mashed potato and vegetables.

Whenever I make homemade rissoles I usually double the batch so I can pop some in the freezer to have ready as a meat 3 vegetable meal or hamburgers

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TUESDAY

Simple Oven Baked Lamb Dinner

Serve with steamed greens and butter, salad, caramelised onion quinoa or cauliflower purée… Whatever you fancy!

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WEDNESDAY

Homemade hamburgers, from left over rissoles.

THURSDAY

Cottage Pie – I made this recipe with sweet potato as a healthy alternative.

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FRIDAY

Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken noodle soup is a wonderful winter warmer recipe, especially good for when you are feeling under the weather.

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SATURDAY

Frozen Fish portions with pasta and vegetables.

SUNDAY

Bolognese from freezer on toast.

BAKING

Healthy Coconut Lemon Balls

Sometimes it’s hard to find something different to add to the kids lunch boxes, they have their usual sandwich, a piece of fruit, vegetables sticks and some baking, but there are days where they want something a little more and I am loving the ‘balls‘ that I have been making lately.  Not only are they great to have on hand as a quick snack, they have been a great filler to the kids lunchbox too.

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Apple and Oat Muffins

These muffins are delicious and reasonably healthy! Filled with wholemeal flour, oats and apples, you could even add in some sultanas if you wanted.  I was really pleased with the amount of batter this recipe made, 12 regular muffins plus 12 mini muffins, enough for the kids to have some for afternoon tea and freeze for school lunch boxes.

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What is on your meal plan this week?

I’d love to hear what you are your family are planning, email me your meal plans (with recipe links and photos if you don’t mind sharing, you don’t have to though) and I can publish it on the blog!

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6 comments

Nicole @ The Builder's Wife June 29, 2015 - 1:19 PM

We have an interesting meal plan this week, as it’s school holidays, I decided that the kids can do the cooking this week, so it’s stir fries, soups and pasta all week. xx

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife July 4, 2015 - 8:59 PM

LOVE IT Nicole, I think I should do the same one week!

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Alexx June 30, 2015 - 12:32 AM

Thanks so much for including my recipe lovely. Have a great week and enjoy! xx

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife July 4, 2015 - 8:59 PM

so delicious Alexx!

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Tara Bock July 9, 2015 - 8:54 PM

Hi Kat, what kind of lamb do you use in the baked lamb dinner? 🙂

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Georga July 15, 2015 - 9:04 PM

I used a Jamie Oliver Lamb Roast from Woolies and it was just amazingly delicious. Definitely on the list to do again, will try with the chicken drummies next time. A definite winner! I used zucchini and potato too and didn’t have to do any extra veggies

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