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Our Family Meal Plan for this week - 12/05/14 - £52

Monday, 12 May 2014
I've written another hastily compiled Meal Plan this week.  I have had really bad morning sickness this week which has left me exhausted and less than enthused about food.  I was fortunate to pick up a free range chicken in the discounted/clearance section of the supermarket so we shall make the most of that and stretch it out for 3 meals.  I have included the cost of the chicken at full price to help those following the meal plan.

Breakfasts will either be cereal or toast with spread and a piece of fruit for afters.

My daughters are back on packed lunches, much to their delight.  They've made some Wholemeal Savoury Swirls for their lunch boxes and will have them with crudites, a piece of fruit and a small baked treat.  My husband and I will have leftovers from the previous night for our lunches.

Weekend Lunches will be Twice Baked Potatoes and a French Onion Soup with homemade bread rolls.


Monday - Roast Chicken with Roast Vegetables, Steamed Greens and Yorkshire Puddings.

Tuesday - Chicken and Vegetable Fried Rice

Friday - Homemade Pizzas

Sunday - Vegetable Pie

Shopping List

27 items: £52.33

1x   ASDA Chosen by You Oriental Vegetables Stir Fry (500g)              £1.25
2x   ASDA Smartprice Mixed Vegetables (1Kg)                                     £1.50
1x   ASDA Chosen by You Cook from Frozen Salmon Fillets (400g)       £3.00

Dairy and Eggs
4x   ASDA British Semi Skimmed Milk 4 Pints (2.27L)                           £4.00
1x   ASDA Smartprice Salted Butter (250g)                                           98p
2x   ASDA Chosen by You Mature British Cheddar (450g)                     £5.00 any 2 FOR £5.00

Packets and Cereals
1x   Allinson Strong White Bread Flour (1.5Kg)                                     £1.00
1x   ASDA Smartprice Plain White Flour (1.5Kg)                                   45p
1x   ASDA Home Baking Easy Bake Yeast (6 per pack - 42g)               65p
1x   ASDA Wholefoods Brown Bread Flour (1.5Kg)                                £1.28
2x   Jordans Truly Fruity Muesli (750g)                                                £4.00 was £3.38

Fruit and Vegetables
12   ASDA Bananas by Weight (170g)                                                  £3.00 12 FOR £3.00
10   ASDA Carrots by Weight (110g)                                                    82.5p
2     ASDA Leeks by Weight (250g)                                                      80p was 49.3p
2x   ASDA White Potatoes (2.5Kg)                                                       £3.00 any 2 FOR £3.00
1     ASDA Butternut Squash by Weight (850g)                                     80.8p
3x   ASDA Whole Cucumber                                                                £1.50
2x   ASDA Celery                                                                                £1.60
1x   ASDA Garlic Loose                                                                       30p
1x   ASDA Smartprice Peppers (700g)                                                  £1.36
1x   ASDA Courgettes (3)                                                                    £1.00
1x   ASDA Smartprice Brown Onions (2Kg)                                          98p
1x   ASDA Sweet Potatoes (1Kg)                                                         £1.00
4x   ASDA Smartprice Pears (500g)                                                     £3.16
4x   ASDA Smartprice Apples (500g)                                                    £3.60

Tins, Jars and Cooking
1x   ASDA Tomato Puree Double Concentrate (310g)                            72p

Meat, Fish and Poultry
1     ASDA Extra Special British Free Range Corn Fed Whole Chicken by Weight (1.4Kg)       £5.57 was £6.97

Don't forget to check out the other Meal Plans over on
 At Home With Mrs M


  1. I hope the sickness passes soon!
    The salmon sounds delicious!
    Have a great week x

  2. Muffin tin tarts are a good idea, I've been meaning to make some small savouries in a muffin tin, but never seem to get round to it.


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