Families need feeding EVERY.SINGLE.DAY 

Its hard thinking up meal plans, cooking, making sure you have everything in the house to complete a meal.

I started up a little group a few years ago.  a group of around 2-5 mums, we get together cook the meals as a group. and walk away with 5 family dinners and 5 family lunches.  

It takes around 2-3 hours... and we keep the cost to around £35-£45 depending on what we are cooking.

Here are some of the yummy things we have cooked

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pasta salad
Gluten free pasta salad
Couscous salad
Gluten free couscous salad
Potato salad
Green salad


Pesto and mozzarella paninis (for freezer)
Gluten free Pesto and mozzarella paninis (for freezer)

Cold roasted chicken

Baked ham (half for freezer)

Pea and ham soup

Crispy bacon

Chicken gougons for lunch boxes later in the week

Par baked rolls

Jacket potatoes

Sundried tomato and cheese foccacia

Pesto and lemon chicken thighs with new potatoes (freezer)

Beef Chilli mix ( for freezer)

Peri peri chicken (for freezer)


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Jacket Potato

Honey and mustard glazed ham with par baked rolls

Pea and ham soup


Coronation chicken

Chicken mayo


Peri Peri Chicken, fries, salad and coleslaw

Lebanese Kofta with tzaiziki, salad and pita

Prawn and chilli Linguine https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/1269/chilli-prawn-linguine

Beef burgers

To make with the kids
Pizza kit (dough bags) + mozzarella + basil + tomato base

Cake tray bake https://clairehuston.co.uk/2015/07/14/simple-sponge-cake-with-white-icing-and-multi-coloured-sprinkles/

Then with the left overs i made a 
-chicken and ham pie (used pastry from last week)
- carrot and coriander soup (as i cant eat pea and ham)

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