Meal Planning – Tuna Mornay

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Here is a comment I received this week which tells you the benefits this family found with meal planning:

“This weekly meal planner is fantastic. It is saving us an absolute fortune each week on our grocery bill. Instead of buying things from the supermarket just because we always buy them, I am only purchasing food we will actually eat that week – if tacos aren’t on the menu, I don’t buy taco sauce, taco shells, sour cream and everything else. We have cut back from spending around $400 each week on groceries to just over $200. I can’t wait for the holiday at the end of the year that this saving will pay for!

Find more details about meal planning HERE

Here is this weeks meal plan:

Monday – Chilli Con Carne Pasta Bake made from last nights left overs

Tuesday – Sausages potato and vegetables

Wednesday – Tuna Mornay with small pasta spirals on toast

Thursday – Oven baked Salmon, roast potatoes and vegetables (super easy)

Friday – celebrating dinner night out, kids passed a sports grading!!!!

Saturday – dinner out with family, birthday celebrations

Sunday – Braised Chicken and tomato with rice

BakingCoconut Lemon Slice

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What’s on your meal plan this week?

 

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3 comments

D'Ann May 23, 2011 - 8:12 AM

Tonight we are having BBQ chicken with fresh cut French Fries. Monday it is left over Manwich, Tue is free sandwiches at Chick Fil a, Wed Pot roast, Thursday Buffalo Chicken wings. Friday we leave for Washington DC!

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Julie May 24, 2011 - 12:37 PM

When meal planning I first look thought the fridge to see what needs using up, then the vegie garden, the pantry, then the supermarket specials.
I very rarely throw out any food. Also because i serve a minimum portion on the plates (eg veg the kids are ‘encouraged’ to eat) then help them selves to fill up, the leftovers are usually good to reuse as they are or to make things like bubble’n’squeak
Also I do things like cooking and freezing any unused carrots BEFORE they go ‘bendy’ and they become ready-made frozen food for future use. In this way it extends their storage life -not that this is ideal – i prefer fresh from the garden where poss buta special is not a bargain if you throw it out!

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Becci Sundberg May 25, 2011 - 9:11 AM Reply

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