It’s so long since I’ve done a blog post – nevermind an #MPM one – that WordPress virtually said “and YOU are?” as I logged in. That’s not to say I haven’t been meal planning, just that I haven’t made time to blog them. (I have, however, been Instagramming the crap out of my meals). No New Year’s crash diet for me, just a commitment to improve what my family and I are eating.
This week’s dinners are:
Peach Balsamic Rosemary Chicken
Slow Cooker Pineapple Pulled Pork
Sweet Potato Spinach Quiche
Slow Cooker Beef and Broccoli
Breakfast for Dinner (aka Brinner)
I’m even organised enough to plan lunches, which will either be left overs from the previous night’s dinner with salad, caprese salad with ham, curried chicken salad, or chicken and avocado salad. Breakfasts will be a super shake (including things like protein powder, spinach, chia seeds, flax, and frozen berries), leftovers, or scrambled egg with spinach, peppers and sweet potato.
What will you be eating this week? Why not share over on Mrs M’s Meal Planning Monday linky.
Here we go again! Another week of healthy dinners coming up. While I didn’t stick religiously to last week’s meal plan I did follow it quite closely and am feeling much healthier as a result.
We’re out for dinner one night, but the rest of the week looks like this:
Sweet Chilli Pork with Chinese Vegetables
Meatloaf, New Potatoes, Spinach, Mixed Veg
Breakfast for Dinner
Chicken Schnitzel with Cauliflower Mash and Corn on the Cob
Chicken, Rice and Vegetable Skillet
Remember to check out more #MealPlanningMonday posts over at Mrs M’s, and to leave a comment to let me know what you’re most looking forward to eating this week.
Hooray! It’s Monday again. Gee, that day simply can’t come fast enough for me. Here is my clean eating weekly meal plan. I’ve had a lot going on and the quality of my meals has suffered as a result. This week is all about eating regular, healthy balanced meals, and drinking plenty of water. I’ll be scoffing:
Chicken Citrus Quinoa
Oven Baked Mexican Fajitas
Pork Stir Fry with Courgette & Carrot ribbons
Chicken with Coriander Lime Pesto
Fridge Frittata (that old staple)
Breakfasts will mainly be yoghurt, fruit and chopped nuts, or a shake made with coconut water, protein powder, and frozen berries, while lunch and snacks will be a mix of houmous and veg, or leftovers from last night’s dinner.
What is on your menu this week? Leave me a comment, and if you include a link to a pin or a recipe, even better!