Lunch Meal Plan 1

Do you ever get stuck for ideas when it comes to lunches? All these lunches can be prepared in advance or are quick to prepare, and not a sandwich in sight! We usually have a different fruit/veg to go with each meal too. This week we have kiwi, apples, clementines, baby carrots and banana.

Monday: 

Cheese and Pepperoni Toastie

Tuesday: 

Cornish Potato Cakes

Wednesday: 

Carrot and Coriander Soup
Thursday:

Chicken and Salad Wraps (using leftover chicken from roast chicken and myTwo Ingredient Flat Breads

Friday: 

Cheese Scones

Saturday: 

Jacket Potatoes with Baked Beans and Cheese

Sunday: 

A very rare lunch out!!

Two Ingredient Flat Breads

These are great to have with so many different things. We have them to go with curry, for tuna melts, cut up and used for dipping in soups and sauces, and I even put them in packed lunches. The possibilities are endless!

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Leek and Mushroom Soup 

Another soup to save left over vegetables from going in the bin. It’s suitable for all the family and you can adapt it to suit tastes. I have made a cream free version not just because we have a cream hater in the house but also to keep costs down and it is healthier. You can either finely chop the leek and mushrooms or blend it all together when it had been cooked. It’s easy and quick to make too.

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Poor man's Wellington or Posh Sausage Roll

Eva loves sausages rolls but you can never tell what actually goes into one that you buy in a supermarket. Home made is always better, you can put any thing you like in your meals.

This is really easy to make especially if you buy ready made puff pastry. You can make your own like, I just didn’t have time.

You can have it hot, cold, as a snack, as part of a meal or for lunch. Don’t worry if your plait isn’t perfect, you don’t even have to plait it at all!

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Poor man’s Wellington or Posh Sausage Roll

Eva loves sausages rolls but you can never tell what actually goes into one that you buy in a supermarket. Home made is always better, you can put any thing you like in your meals.

This is really easy to make especially if you buy ready made puff pastry. You can make your own like, I just didn’t have time.

You can have it hot, cold, as a snack, as part of a meal or for lunch. Don’t worry if your plait isn’t perfect, you don’t even have to plait it at all!

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