Weekly Family Meal Plan #84

This weekly meal plan has the perfect selection of dinner ideas to keep the kids happy and full these school holidays.

A really yummy (and easy!) selection of dinner ideas that are absolutely perfect for school holiday time! Keep the family happy and full with these 7 dinner ideas that will (hopefully) make your week run a little smoother.

Find more of my meal planning tips here:

Shopping List Notepad for easy family meal planning

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MONDAY

15-Minute Thai Chicken Burger – burgers always go down well in my house, and the additional of Thai salad in this recipe is really tasty – plus they are super quick to make!

  Find this 15-Minute Thai Chicken Burger recipe here.

15 minute thai chicken burger recipe for meal planning

TUESDAY

Mexican Pasta Bake – I made a double batch of my Mexican Pasta Bake to cover me for two nights! It’s so easy and delicious, and I love having a spare meal on hand for nights when life is a bit crazy.

  Find my Mexican Pasta Bake recipe here.

Mexican Pasta Bake easy recipe for busy parents

WEDNESDAY

Zucchini Slice with Salad – this is a really lovely light and fresh meal for warmer evenings (it’s also great for freezing and popping in the kid’s school lunchboxes as a healthy alternative to sandwiches!).

  Find my Zucchini and Vegetable Slice recipe on page 103 of my Lunch Box Recipe Cookbook.

Zucchini and vegetable slice recipe for meal planning and school lunch boxes

THURSDAY

Steak and 3 Veg – can you go wrong with meat and three veg? It’s such a simple wholesome dinner idea that ticks so many boxes! I made steak with steamed veggies and mash and it left the troops very happy and full – winning!

  Find this Steak Diane with Chive Mash recipe here.

Steak and three veg for meal planning dinner idea

FRIDAY

Potato Wedges with Sweet Chilli and Sour Cream – the perfect Friday night dinner – particularly if you’re planning a movie night with the family! You can even take your wedges to the next level by loading them up with avocado, bacon and shallots.

  Find this Loaded Potato Wedges recipe here.

Loaded potato wedges recipe for family movie night

SATURDAY

Grilled Vegetable and Haloumi Wraps – I love all the colours in this meal, and the addition of garlic yoghurt and toasty warm pita breads really makes for a tasty, delicious, and healthy dinner idea.

  Find this Grilled Vegetable and Haloumi Wraps recipe here.

Grilled veg and haloumi wrap recipe for dinner

SUNDAY

Fish and Chips by the Beach – finishing off the weekend with my family on the beach eating dinner from our local fish and chip shop is the best! If you can’t make it to the beach, fish and chips at home is just as yummy – just a tad less scenic.

  Find this Crispy Whiting and Chips with Herb Tartare recipe here.

Fish and chips on the beach with the family

BAKING

Banana Yoghurt Loaf Cake – an avid follower of The Organised Housewife shared this recipe with me a few weeks ago and it’s simply delicious – thanks Les!

  Find my Banana Yoghurt Cake recipe here.

Banana Yoghurt Cake Recipe perfect for kids

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What is on your meal plan this week?

I would truly love for you to share your family’s weekly meal plan in the comments below (email me photos too if you wish), I’ll pick one to share every few weeks instead of mine as it’s good to get variety and share what other families eat too!

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2 comments

Jenni Swain October 23, 2019 - 2:34 PM

I only meal plan from Monday to Friday as our weekends are often unpredictable and hubby usually cooks then, but this week our meal plan is :
Monday – Thai Green Curry & Rice
Tuesday – Tacos
Wednesday – Basil Pesto Chicken & Salad
Thursday – Beef Slow Cooker
Friday – Roast Chicken & Veges

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife October 29, 2019 - 9:12 AM

Yummy Jenni! Thanks for sharing 🙂 Kat

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