The Meal Planning Linky – Week 34

Welcome to Week 34 of The Meal Planning Linky. This is a linky hosted by Naomi at The Organised Life Project and Katy at KatykickerAnyone is welcome to join – just check out the rules below.

I know we all need a bit of inspiration and motivation when it comes to meal planning. That’s why we’ve launched The Meal Planning Linky. We’ll share our posts about meal planning, and you can link yours up too. Seeing others’ meal plans – and sharing our own – not only keeps us accountable but also will inspire us.

Our Meal Plans for the Week Ahead

It’s the last week of the school holidays! Next week is also my last week of hosting The Meal Planning Linky as I’ve got a few changes coming up in my life, so Katy will be continuing to host from Week 36 on her own.

This week, we’re trying to focus on reducing our waste. Ben is really keen on reducing our plastic waste, and so far, we’ve reduced some of our waste by making bread, cakes and cereal bars from scratch, and by buying large tubs of Greek yoghurt and swirling some jam or fruit into them, rather than buying expensive corner yoghurt.

Our next step is to try buying fruit, vegetables and meat that isn’t wrapped in plastic. So this week, we’re going to shop at our local market, and see how we get on. I’ll take cloth bags for the fruit and veg, and plastic boxes for the meat – I’m just hoping they won’t think we’re too weird!

Saturday: Pasta with chicken, tomatoes and basil

Sunday: Eggs, chips and beans (we haven’t had this for ages and I really fancy it)

Monday: Out for lunch with family

Tuesday: Spaghetti carbonara

Wednesday: Lamb curry with rice and flatbreads

Thursday: Homemade tuna fishcakes and salad

Friday: Traybake salmon with vegetables and new potatoes

 

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  • Sad to hear that you’ll no longer be hosting the linky but wish you well for your changes that are coming. Good on you for trying to reduce plastic waste, it astounds me how much is packaged in plastic. Our large wheelie bin is usually packed full of recycling each fortnight.

  • Oh no! I’m sad that you won’t be hosting any more. I’ve taken a lot of inspiration from your meal planning posts. I’ll have to pop back here to catch up anyway. Thanks!