We’ve just got back from holiday where I ate a lot more than I should have, especially pudding. It would have been rude not to as we were surrounded by such goooood food. We took it in turns to cook every night (it was a group holiday) and amazingly each dish came from a different country.
It’s Pancake Day next week! I don’t need an excuse to eat pancakes but we love marking the occasion by hosting a few friends and eating as many as I can make. That’s how I stumbled across my favourite – banana and bacon. So what else is on the menu this week?
|Monday||Veggie Pasta bake||Chilli||Avocado, crackers, veggie sticks, fruit, raisins|
|Tuesday||Chicken hotpot with crusty bread||Noodle stir fry||Hummus sandwiches, yoghurt, fruit, veggies|
|Wednesday||Chicken salad and a roll||Pizza||Fruit, veg & yoghurts (adults)|
|Thursday||Burger (with mash and baked beans for toddler)||Freezer meal||Avocado sandwich, fruit, cheese, veggies|
|Friday||Spaghetti Bolognese||*At grandparents*||Fruit, veg & yoghurts (adults)|
|Saturday||Practice Pancakes (Brunch)||Roast (Poussin)||Available options at home|
|Sunday||PANCAKES||Fish pie||Available options at home|
|Fruit and Vegetables||Cupboard|
Salad mixed leaves
Bread: sliced and crusty rolls
Chickpeas (for hummus)
Yoghurts (toddler and adult)
What Drives Our Meal Plan?
We chose the baby-led weaning route which means our meals have to be toddler-friendly. We also send him to nursery with lunch and snacks which requires a great deal of organisation. For now, I am happy to put in the effort but at some point I have to decide between expending time or money.
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