Meal planning for this week!
Anyone who knows me knows that Gavin does most of the cooking in our house and pretty much all the dinners (if I sort dinner it's reaching for the phone and the take-away menu). I do all the baking.
Except yesterday I was thinking just how brilliant Gavin is and that he deserves a break. So this week I am going to do all the cooking. Part of Gavin's brilliance is that he can make pretty much anything from very little. That is not at all my style. I need to know what I'm doing and that everything will be there for me to do it. So I did a big Tesco online shop last night to be delivered this afternoon. I have hopefully worked out enough for dinners (and breakfast and lunches) for the week. I was sorting myself online and it hit me I should make a post for this (I hate posting here for the sake of posting, but think this would be fun).
As I've said before I can rarely eat first thing in the morning, I normally just have some water and a piece of fruit, occasionally a yoghurt, I then have a late second breakfast / early lunch, snack then dinner.
Apples, Bananas and Clementines are my breakfast fruit of choice along with water and weightwatchers summer fruits yoghurt, or low fat Greek yoghurt (my total favourite with a granny smith). I'm cutting my coffee intake down to two a day so one of them gets to be at breakfast.
Cereal and milk - this weeks choices are Shredded Wheat and Rice Crispies, I still can't stomach porridge after eating it every day for months last winter.
Eggs and toast - Scrambled, or boiled and smashed up in a cup with Tabasco and chillies. Yum yum.
Tuna Salad - tuna, lettuce, tomatoes, olives, wee bit of feta cheese in there too.
Grilled Veg in pita bread with home made garlicky hummus.
Prawn and vegetable chow mien (when i make this Gavin gets a frozen pizza because when I got sick of porridge, he got sick of prawns).
Baked potatoes with salad and grilled chicken
Home made burgers with Butternut Squash Chips
Breaded fish and chips.
Home-made Shepherds Pie
Tea,coffee, herbal teas (I drink all just hot water and tea leaves / coffee, I don't add milk or sugar/sweetener for taste. Never had). No added sugar squash and of course lots of water like normal.
Carrots and my home made hummus
Carrots dipped into hot salsa
I hopefully won't be eating all of these but I have the options of:
My own home made oaty cookies.
My own home made American style macaroons.
Aero bubbly hot chocolate (best hot chocolate made with water ever. So worth the 3 pro-points)
Calorie controlled crisps.
So that's my eating for the week! And just so you know what I get to compete with this was dinner by Gavin last week, Salmon and spinach with Garlic Philadelphia through it and a tower of noodles.
Yum yum yum.