This is the first week of February and as promised this month I am getting back into my regular blogging routine. Typically on Monday’s I will share our family meal plan (from the week prior, so I can include recipes and photo’s of our food). However, I was really overwhelmed by the excitement and busy-ness of last week (1st week of the kids going back to school I have so much to catch up on) and haven’t had a chance to write the post I really wanted to start with. I wanted to share with you the benefits of creating a weekly meal plan and how I meal plan. I will work on that post this week and share it with you next Monday.
Through my meal planning series this year I would love to include some guest’s meal plans… your meal plan or even just a yummy recipe.
By sharing another families meal plan it will give you some variety and show what other families eat for dinner, bake and/or prep for school lunch boxes. I am looking for readers, bloggers, anybody to share the following:
- Family friendly recipes, with photos; or
- Your meal plan, with photos and recipes
All readers and bloggers will receive full credit for their post (or be anonymous if you prefer) and links back to your blog/business.
Submit your recipe here or email meal plans and recipes to firstname.lastname@example.org
I have shared my meal plans weekly on the blog since I started back in late 2010. I often look back through them for inspiration and I must admit my cooking style and what I feed my family has changed and improved. We are eating healthier dinners and what we eat over the week is balanced. I often have days where I can’t be bothered cooking and I include our simple eggs on toast in the plan. I’m not a dietician or expert, my meal plan is not guaranteed to be purely healthy or to help you lose weight…. it’s what I feed my family and is there for you to use, be inspired or tweak to suit your family.
Here are some of my favourite dinner recipes