Monday, 2 February 2015
Meal Planning Monday - A healthy start in February
Last week was a bit of a disaster on the Slimming World front - although I've not been weighed yet - but a combination of a few things just meant that the plan went out of the window. Today is a fresh start and to help, I've really focussed on some new recipes that are all free food. I'll be writing everything down to help me stick to my guns.
Harry has started having supper on the next step of his weaning journey, so we're now up to three meals which is very exciting. He's still getting nearly all of his calories from milk and seems to be doing very well. New flavours recently have included fruit bread, melon, rusk, plums, rhubarb, and cauliflower - all of which have gone down a storm.
Breakfast - porridge for me, with ginger, cinnamon, apple and banana and for Harry with a little of mixed spice and mashed banana. Alternatively scrambled eggs and mushrooms.
Lunches - we're sticking with soup, split pea for me.
Monday - We've been visiting family so will be late home
Tuesday - Chicken and cauliflower 'rice' stuffed butternut squash
Wednesday - Leftovers
Thursday - Spanish chicken and cauliflower 'rice' (can you tell I got some caulifowers cheaply)
Friday - Pasta and meatballs with tomato sauce
Saturday - Sausages, baked potatoes and veggies
Sunday - Roast chicken (or whatever meat is on special)
Not too tricky a week - provided they're not dire, and I can get them photographed I'll blog them as I'm quite excited about their newnes.
That's us this week - be sure to pop on over to At Home with Mrs M to see what everyone else is up to. I'll make sure to link up.