I’m totally into the rhythm of writing Slimming World meal plans each Sunday. It makes such a difference knowing what we’ll be eating all week. Not only does it keep us on plan but also helps to keep the food shopping costs down as I only buy what we need.During the day is definitely the hardest part for me as I work from home so get tempted just to snack during the day rather than make a meal just for me. So I’m going to be getting organised for my lunches too. I’m starting to prep in advance, either cooking more the night before so I can have the left overs for lunch or prepping a meal based on the night before. So if we’re having chicken, I’ll incorporate that into the lunch for the next day.
Plus I’ve also started doing a little bit of batch cooking too. If I’m making spag bol or chilli then I’ll make a huge batch and freeze some smaller portions that can easily be warmed up in the microwave. Plus I’ll also try and make soups when I can too, which the hubby can also take to work in a flask.
I tend to have fruit & yogurt or slimming world friendly overnight oats for breakfast, or if I’m heading to the gym I might make eggs instead to increase my protein.
This is the one I’ve struggled with. I’ve gotten into the habit of not bothering to cook just for myself, and as I work from home I’ll tend to just snack throughout the day. I’m making sure I have lot’s of lunch options that are super quick, plus lot’s of leftovers in the freezer ready to microwave.
This week I’ve made a big batch of Syn Free Butternut Squash soup, it’s so easy to make and freezes well too.
We’re away this weekend so it’s only a five day meal plan this week
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