Weekly Meal Plan #25

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

Helena shared her families meal plan and she said she is working late a couple of nights through the week so they are great quick and easy options that even the older kids can help prepare.

MEAL PLANNING TIP

Each week I am going to share one meal planning/grocery budget tip to help you through this process.

Find more of my meal planning tips here:

MONDAY

Chicken Kiev and veggies –  A delicious meal to start the week. You can buy these from the supermarket of get a little creative and follow the recipe to make your own.

RECIPE: Chicken Kiev and root vegetable chips Helena shared her families meal plan and she said she is working late a couple of nights through the week so they are great quick and easy options that even the older kids can help prepare. 

TUESDAY

Homemade Hamburgers – Something that the whole family will love and super easy.

RECIPE: Homemade Beef burger Helena shared her families meal plan and she said she is working late a couple of nights through the week so they are great quick and easy options that even the older kids can help prepare. 

WEDNESDAY

Chicken parmigiana and veggies – A tasty chicken meal with some steamed veggies on the side.

RECIPE: Chicken Parmigiana Helena shared her families meal plan and she said she is working late a couple of nights through the week so they are great quick and easy options that even the older kids can help prepare. 

THURSDAY

BBQ steak – A nice piece of steak on the BBQ with a fresh side salad.

RECIPE: Barbecued steaks with rocket saladHelena shared her families meal plan and she said she is working late a couple of nights through the week so they are great quick and easy options that even the older kids can help prepare. 

FRIDAY

Fried rice – Nothing like a bowl of fried rice.

RECIPE: Korean barbecue chicken fried rice Helena shared her families meal plan and she said she is working late a couple of nights through the week so they are great quick and easy options that even the older kids can help prepare. 

SATURDAY

Broccoli Pesto Pasta – Nice vegetarian alternative and full of delicious flavours.

RECIPE: Brocoli pesto pasta 

Helena shared her families meal plan and she said she is working late a couple of nights through the week so they are great quick and easy options that even the older kids can help prepare. 

 

SUNDAY

Roast Lamb with potato and veggies – Who doesn’t love the smell of a roast slow cooking on a Sunday.

RECIPE: Best roast leg of lambHelena shared her families meal plan and she said she is working late a couple of nights through the week so they are great quick and easy options that even the older kids can help prepare. 

BAKING

Whoopie Pies – A delicious biscuit filled with pink buttercream.  Perfect for your next catch up.

RECIPE: Funfetti whoopie piesHelena shared her families meal plan and she said she is working late a couple of nights through the week so they are great quick and easy options that even the older kids can help prepare. 

What is on your meal plan this week?

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2 comments

Tracy November 13, 2017 - 10:21 PM

I’m making use of my slow cooker this week…now that we’re friends. Thank you timer switch!

Monday: slow cooker jacket potatoes with coleslaw and grated cheese (next time I’ll cook on high, they weren’t all quite cooked through after being on low)
Tuesday: Chicken tenders (pre-prepared from freezer) with salad
Wednesday: Pumpkin and haloumi salad
Thursday: Slow cooker German roast beef (made with gravy beef, because that’s what I could get), veggies
Friday: Fend For Yourself Friday
Saturday: Homemade pizza
Sunday: Slow cooker chicken nachos

In my head I have fancy thoughts about making pumpkin bars again (they were so good!). In real life it probably won’t happen because I’m into report writing for the end of the year.
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/229508/pumpkin-bars-with-cream-cheese-frosting/

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife November 14, 2017 - 11:51 AM

Sounds Great Tracy. Thanks for sharing your plan for the week

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