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    • Maiden Mum
    • By Maiden Mum 5th Jan 18, 9:18 PM
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    Monthly meal plans
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    Monthly meal plans 5th Jan 18 at 9:18 PM
    Hi . I am keen to reduce my food bills and know from reading on here that meal planning is a good way to achieve this. I was wondering if anyone who creates monthly meal plans would be willing to share them on here? I have to create gluten-free meals as my DS has Coeliacs but that doesn't matter too much in respect of other people's meal plans as I may be able to adapt them anyway, We seem to eat the same things week in, week out and I think we could all do with a bit of variety!
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    • JIL
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    I did a monthly meal plan for this month.

    I started off by listing a load of food that I had in the freezer one item per cell on a spreadsheet.

    Then I went back over the food and turned it into meals.

    I then listed the days and dates knowing I would want to use a roast on a Sunday, a curry on a Saturday, a shepherds pie on a Monday, a pasta or cous cous dish on a Thursday, a fish dish on a Friday, that sort of thing. I then cut and pasted from the original list deleting as I went along. It didn't take long. I then left a column at the side and used this to remind me what fresh stuff I would need to buy.

    I printed it off and stuck it on the freezer door. Daughter took a photo of it and no longer asks what is for tea, she does shifts so sometimes she has dinner with us, sometimes she has it on a plate and warmed up and sometimes she has bits of what we have in a packed lunch the following day.
    Hope that makes sense.

    I stuck to it this week just gone,but not over fussed about next weeks. But it will get stuff out of the freezer and hopefully cut down waste and save money.

    I have also planned lunches for the following weeks. This will be from home made soups and leftovers which I know we will have as they have been planned in.
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    Pinterest probably has some boards that have meal plans "clipped" to them.

    Try putting into it "gluten free meal plans" and I'd imagine you'd find some.

    EDIT; I just tried it and put in "gluten free meal plans" and 3 Boards came up under that heading. Quick glance at the first - and you'd probably get a lot of good ideas.
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    • Katieowl
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    I find it easier to menu plan for just a few days at a time now (I've done weekly/fortnightly plans in the past) because now there's just three of us it's easier to make sure all the leftovers get used up, if bits and pieces are starting to accumulate I can just tell them today x y or z.

    Is there an actual gluten free thread on here? I did try searching but not sure I did it right, didn't find anything. I eat entirely GF by necessity and cook mostly GF for work and home, I'd be a regular contributor on a thread if there was one as I have loads of experience now I could share.
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    • By trailingspouse 6th Jan 18, 3:40 PM
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    I meal plan on a weekly basis - but only in very broad terms.

    So, I might decide 'Monday - mince', 'Tuesday - fish', 'Wednesday - pork chops' - but when the day comes around I decide what exactly I'm going to make, depending on how busy we are, how hungry we are etc.

    So - 'Monday mince' might be burgers, or mince and tatties or spag bol etc etc. This is what works best for us.
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    • By Tink_04 6th Jan 18, 5:03 PM
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    I usually meal plan for a week, it can be quite loose like

    M meat free
    T mince dish
    W chicken
    T fish
    F pork/sausages
    S pizza
    S dinner

    Then decide what I want around that - I make my own adaptations as I!!!8217;m GF Katieowl but everyone else is fine.

    Work from what you like and maybe try one new thing a week to start you off
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    • CurlyTop
    • By CurlyTop 6th Jan 18, 7:43 PM
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    For years, I monthly meal planned. It was timed to fit in and around payday.

    Last year for some reason, I started to change to weekly and fortnightly. Not sure why but I did find my spending going up. Then again, I also found that I was buying for buyings sake.

    In the month of December, I was lucky to get some Sainsburys voucher from work and combined with my nectar points and a £12 money off voucher if I spent over £60, my bill of £126 meant I had to pay £9.26 to it. This has given me the impetus to keep to the monthly plan.

    I bought a write on/ wipe off board from £1 shop and wrote down contents of freezers and the main tins from the store cupboards that I know we use regularly and often. I did this because I was forgetting what I had in and was re-buying... which was leading my husband to ask if I was stock piling for the end of the world.

    From this, I then write 30 evening meals. These are written for the month but if say for instance, I don't fancy making chilli, I'll cook something else from the plan. The main idea is that the meat and fish and some veg, such as peas, peppers, onions, celery and leeks are in the freezer and in the main I should have most things to make a meal. It's just that weekly I may need to top up with some fresh veg, fruit and most definitely milk and bread (for dh). We rarely eat potatoes through the week but I do enjoy my roast dinner and always have spuds in for that. As I take things out of the freezer etc, I deduct from the write on/wipe off.

    There is only DH and I and as I do the main cooking because he doesn't get in from work until 3 hrs after me, it's not too bad for me to keep track of.

    I have IBS and have had to change my diet. I have reduced down on wheat and stopped eating bread. I changed to having oatcakes for lunch, although I can't have these every day as this can be too much oats for me, so will have every other day. I'm not a great soup eater and so for work, in the winter, I don't really tend to take much in for lunch with me other than oatcakes or rice cakes. In the summer I'll take salads. I have a very sweet tooth, so for deserts, I will have small block of Aldi dark chocolate of a night time or a dark choc soya desert. I did go through a spell of making dark chocolate rice krispies cakes with mini marshmallows on top. Aldis dark choc orange rice cake bars are good for a work snack.

    At the end of the month whatever is left on the write on/wipe off boards, forms the basis for the next month.

    I also split my shop across different shops and tootle along with my shopping trolley to Home Bargains for toiletries, loo roll, shampoo and the likes of bisto and campbells condensed soup. I go to Aldi for the main stuff and anything I can't get from there, I will go to Sainsburys for. I was going to Asda but I hate the shop and if I go to Sainsburys it means I get Nectar points that I can cash in at christmas. I also shop at Iceland for frozen fish and veg.

    Phew, not sure how much of this helps but hope it gives you an idea.
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    • suki1964
    • By suki1964 7th Jan 18, 8:26 PM
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    I loosely meal plan by looking at what's at a price I'm willing to pay in lidls then Tesco

    This week it was haddock, a whole chicken, some reduced price pork belly and some reduced price chicken drumsticks and two reduced steaks

    Veg was mainly salad and root veg

    Today it's roast chicken
    Monday, I'll thin slice the steaks fry with sliced onions and some sliced mushrooms , stir into a pepper sauce and top jacket potatoes ( 2 small steaks feeding 3, 2 of us manual workers so hungry)
    Tues left over chicken fried with spring onions, peppers, some old mange tout sat here wilting, a sweet chilli sauce and served on rice
    Wed Rosemary chicken thighs, or chicken curry
    Thurs either Rosemary chicken thighs or curry
    Frid fish and chips or fish pie ( I've a piece of salmon in the freezer)
    Saturday is CBA night and it might be as simple as a toasted cheese sandwich

    For me it's about looking at an ingredient and knowing what I can do with it, I need a good selection of recipes. For inspiration I watch cookery programmes and if I like a recipe look it up online, and the what's for dinner thread. I won't buy an ingredient just for one recipe. If we fancy lasagne or bolognaise and it was turkey mince on offer or ys I'd use that instead of buying the more expensive beef mince. If I don't have an ingredient I just miss it out unless I know I can use it elsewhere. I have a store cupboard of the spices I use a lot of, think Indian and Chinese. I keep a store of tinned toms, tomato pur!e and tinned pulses. I buy packs of frozen chopped chilli, garlic and ginger. Not the cheapest option, but no waste so can work out cheaper ( the belly of pork will be turned into a braised Chinese dish sometime in the future when I have leeks and peppers to use up)

    For 3 adults, breakfast lunch and dinners ( cat food , cleaning materials, toiletries etc) my shopping bill averages out at £35 a week. This week, my first spend since before Christmas was £40 because I needed cat food, tinned foods, cooking oil, some cleaning materials and some toiletries. Next week it will be back to bare bones - proteins and veg

    I'm lucky that I have a microwave and toaster in work so I can take left overs or just some bread to toast to have with HM hummus or make rail pate Mums at home, she can use leftovers for lunch as well. DH I make up a huge pot of soup which he has with sandwiches or HM sausage rolls ( ys sausages and sausage meat make those )

    Cooking from scratch does help. I'm not so perfect I make everything, I rarely make bread and whilst I'll make onion barhjees without a thought , naans are usually bought ( usually ys and stuck in the freezer)

    Make use of the freezer and use portion control. With a pack of 8 sausages, when 7 is all that's needed , I used to eat the last one so as not to waste it. Now it gets frozen. I've loads of single or twos of sausages in the freezer. Then when there's 7, it's a free dinner

    That's how I do it and it works pretty well for us.
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    • Maiden Mum
    • By Maiden Mum 17th Jan 18, 10:27 PM
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    Thank you all!
    • klbooth
    • By klbooth 18th Jan 18, 1:08 AM
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    I have been meal planning (dinners only) for just over 4 years now and it has been a godsend. I work nights and things had become quite bad with not knowing what we were having for dinner and such a short time from waking up to needing dinner done so can get to work. It has improved the variety of dinners as am not just falling back on the quickest easiest idea at the last minute, it definitely helps with buying food although it is something that has got a little out of hand again lately so am having a wake up moment this year to get back on track.

    I also use it as a reward system. The kids get to choose 4 meals a month and if they have any special achievements then they get an extra meal for each one. I get to choose when we have them though to fit in with work schedule etc.

    One thing I did was discover a website called saving dinners or something like that and it introduced me to batch preparing food which I love. So when I have a quiet run of shifts I can get all the ingredients in and then prepare mass amounts of meals ready to cook. So all the sauces/chopping/preparing etc has been done and then bagged and frozen. I just need to defrost on the night and cook, most of these meals are ready in the time it takes for a chicken breast to cook. My kids are ridiculously fussy so most of these meals are chicken based but we managed to find a few that were acceptable so I will make up 4 of each type and then I have one a month generally for the next 4mths. I find it so much more time efficient then starting from scratch each evening when I am very time poor.

    So while we have a lot of the same meals every month I am ok with that. When I started I did the meal planning every week but we just ended up with the kids choosing pancakes every week or pizza, lol. This way they have to broaden their choices a little and we end up with real food choices which is awesome. Hubby gets 4 choices a month as well, wouldn't want him to be left out!! I get to fill in the blanks, I usually leave a few days blank over the month in case something happens and we have to bump a planned meal I have a slot to put it on without the kids losing one of their treasured choices.

    Anyway, good luck with your meal planning. It is so much easier to plan food buying if you know what you will be eating!
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    • S_Wales_Saver
    • By S_Wales_Saver 18th Jan 18, 4:01 PM
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    Another vote here for monthly meal planning. I plan at the end of each month for the following month using google sheets. I used to use Microsoft office Excel, but google docs is free and as itís cloud based I can access it anywhere. Since I cook for six people including one diabetic, one vegetarian and two nine year olds, the plan keeps me on track.

    My template has a column for the date, then our evening meal, twinsí meal (usually the same but two nights a week they have activities that mean a lighter meal is needed eg beans on toast, toasted sandwich, baked potato), twins activities (to keep me on time), school meal (so that they donít have the same twice) and a column for any shopping required.

    I usually roughly map meals first for the whole month, putting fish, pasta, curry, minced beef, chicken etc before deciding what exactly to cook. Itís very rare for us to have the same thing twice in a month, but we would for example have pasta most weeks, alternating between spaghetti bolognaise, lasagne, chicken pasta bake, spaghetti marinara with meatballs, chilli beef pasta. Although the plan is made, things do happen, but because itís web based itís very easy to swap days around if needed.

    It sounds detailed but with a template is quite quick to complete and as it can be accessed on my tablet it prompts me to take meat out of the freezer in time and on my phone acts as a shopping list.

    I am going to copy your idea klbooth and let the twins pick four meals for the month. I think that would go down very well, although one of them does have quite a bit of input as sheís very interested in cooking.
    • Maiden Mum
    • By Maiden Mum 20th Jan 18, 1:59 PM
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    Thanks again all of you. It is sort of ideas for meals that I am struggling with to actually try and get started. klbooth or S-Wales-Saver would you mind posting an example of one of your actual monthly meal plans?
    • klbooth
    • By klbooth 24th Jan 18, 9:57 PM
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    Thanks again all of you. It is sort of ideas for meals that I am struggling with to actually try and get started. klbooth or S-Wales-Saver would you mind posting an example of one of your actual monthly meal plans?
    Originally posted by Maiden Mum
    Sorry Maidenmum I missed your reply in the depths of the forum, am at work at the minute but will do this for you tomorrow when home.
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    • klbooth
    • By klbooth 25th Jan 18, 11:00 AM
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    Hi maiden Mum, here is a list of meals we have had this month
    Spaghetti Bolognaise
    Beef Stew (slow cooker)
    Sticky BBQ Chicken
    Fish and Chips
    Meatballs and Spaghetti
    Homemade pizzas
    BBQ Ribs
    Fish Pie
    Meat Pie/Sausage Rolls and Chips
    Korean Grilled Chicken
    Roast Dinner
    Lemonade chicken
    Gammon Steaks
    Creamy Bacon Pasta
    Honey Soy Chicken Wings
    Buffalo Chicken (actually is made with a homemade BBQ sauce as no-one else in the family will eat spicy food)
    Shredded Chicken Tacos
    Honey Mustard Chicken
    Poached Eggs

    I also schedule YOYO (You're on your Own) for some Sunday/bank holiday nights when I am working the weekend and have an early start that night so don't have time to get sleep and cook dinner. It is a time for them to be creative!!! Although I think toasted cheese sandwiches is a common occurrence.

    Some meals that didn't make the list for January include

    Sweet and Sour
    Burgers and Chips
    Baked Mozzarella Chicken
    Sausage Casserole
    Homemade Chicken Nuggets and Chips
    Chicken Schznitzel

    Hope they help a bit, my family is not very adventurous but i keep trying different recipes when I have time and occasionally they pass the test of being liked by 2 out of 3 of them which is enough for me. I think the kids actually have a pact to never like the same meal as each other, it is a thing I think.....
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    • By S_Wales_Saver 27th Jan 18, 7:08 PM
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    No problem MaidenMum
    This is this months plan.

    01/01/2018 Salmon parcels
    02/01/2018 Sweet& sour chicken, stir fried vegetables & egg fried rice
    03/01/2018 Pizza/prawn salad Egg & chips
    04/01/2018 Fish & chips Cheese on toast
    05/01/2018 Out
    06/01/2018 Chicken saag masala Butter chicken
    07/01/2018 Chicken & Mediterranean vegetables Chicken strips,
    08/01/2018 Chilli/soup Pizza
    09/01/2018 Moussaka & chips Cheesy beans
    10/01/2018 Sweet chilli chicken, savoury rice & salad
    11/01/2018 Salmon, new pots, green beans & hollandaise sauce
    12/01/2018 Spaghetti bolognaise & garlic bread.
    13/01/2018 Freezer dive curry Out then soup
    14/01/2018 Fish gougons & chips Fish & chips
    15/01/2018 Spicy prawns & salad Cheese sandwich/toast
    16/01/2018 Pizza night
    17/01/2018 Spicy chicken rice & salad
    18/01/2018 Chicken chasseur, rice
    19/01/2018 Lasagne, salad & garlic bread
    20/01/2018 Chicken jalfresi Chicken korma
    21/01/2018 Chicken dinner
    22/01/2018 Fish, new potatoes, peas & parsley sauce
    23/01/2018 S f chicken & wedges Chicken strips & spaghetti hoops
    24/01/2018 Breakfast
    25/01/2018 Corned beef hash
    26/01/2018 Pasta bake
    27/01/2018 Chicken balti Butter chicken
    28/01/2018 Chicken, new potatoes & salad
    29/01/2018 Fish & chips Baked potato with beans/chilli
    30/01/2018 Burgers in buns with salad
    31/01/2018 Chicken ProvenÁal Fish fingers & chips

    Something I found useful was to make a list of all the meals we like. Ask everyone in the family as well. That!!!8217;s how the old favourites that you somehow have just stopped cooking resurrect themselves. You need about 40 although some will be very similar eg savoury mince, chilli, spaghetti bolognaise. Just a change of flavours and sides.

    If you don!!!8217;t have enough, try cooking one new thing a week (or twice a month whatever) and add those that are enjoyed. The supermarket websites have good everyday meals.

    ALWAYS freeze leftovers. They are great for the days you really cba The pasta bake yesterday was actually a large portion of chilli beef pasta, two single portions of chargrilled chicken pasta and a portion of pasta marinara for the veggie. Heated in the microwave, with some salad and a garlic baguette and everyone was fed well. I!!!8217;ve done the same with a selection of curries.

    Above all the plan should work for YOU not make life more difficult, so don!!!8217;t add recipes that are a) too expensive b) too time consuming.

    Next month I!!!8217;ll start by looking at the things that didn!!!8217;t make it this month - faggots & peas, sausage and mash, lamb chops, fish pie, add in the requests from the twins and go from there. Shout out if you need any more info or ideas - I can waffle on for ages lol.


    Forgot to say - where 2 meals are showing the second is the twins!!!8217; dinner on activity nights.
    Last edited by S_Wales_Saver; 27-01-2018 at 7:11 PM. Reason: Add info
    • Maiden Mum
    • By Maiden Mum 27th Jan 18, 8:39 PM
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    Wow thank you Klbooth South_Wales_Saver - that was exactly the sort of thing that I was looking for.

    It sounds like you both eat some lovely dishes!

    Only thing is I now might need to bother you both for some of the recipes!
    • klbooth
    • By klbooth 27th Jan 18, 10:07 PM
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    Wow thank you Klbooth South_Wales_Saver - that was exactly the sort of thing that I was looking for.

    It sounds like you both eat some lovely dishes!

    Only thing is I now might need to bother you both for some of the recipes!
    Originally posted by Maiden Mum
    That's no problems, anything off my list you are curious about just ask, I promise they are all super easy and quick because I have no time most evenings so it is all a rush.
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    • By S_Wales_Saver 27th Jan 18, 11:33 PM
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    • Maiden Mum
    • By Maiden Mum 28th Jan 18, 12:59 PM
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    Ok you said it!

    klbooth - the lemonade chicken (only heard of diet coke chicken!), korean chicken, shredded chicken tacos and buffalo chicken?

    S_Wales_Saver - sweet chilli chicken and savoury rice, spicy chicken rice, chicken balti and chilli beef pasta?

    I've just googled Korean chicken & that sounds nice as well!
    • klbooth
    • By klbooth 28th Jan 18, 2:33 PM
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    Lemonade Chicken
    4 (6-oz.) boneless skinless chicken breast halves
    1 (6-oz.) can frozen lemonade concentrate
    1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce
    2 cloves garlic, peeled
    1 (1-inch) piece fresh gingerroot, peeled and chopped
    1/4 teaspoon paprika
    1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

    In a blender, combine frozen lemonade concentrate, soy sauce, garlic, gingerroot, paprika and black pepper; blend until smooth.

    Place chicken in a 1-quart freezer bag and pour half of the lemonade mixture on top; seal the bag and toss to coat. Carefully squeeze the bag to force out any air then seal the bag.
    Place remaining lemonade mixture in a second 1-quart freezer bag; carefully squeeze the bag to force out any air then seal the bag. Freeze.

    Defrost night before (or on the day if as forgetful as I am)

    Preheat outdoor grill (I just use indoor grill as am in the UK....) to medium-high heat. Lightly grease grill with olive oil. Remove chicken from freezer bag and discard marinade. Cover and grill chicken 10 minutes each side, basting occasionally with lemonade marinade from second freezer bag.

    Makes: 750 ml lemonade concentrate
    ē 375g caster sugar
    ē 250ml water
    ē 375ml freshly squeezed lemon juice
    Preparation method
    Prep: 10 mins |Cook: 5 mins | Extra time: 10 mins, cooling
    1. Heat the caster sugar and water in a medium saucepan until the sugar is dissolved. Let cool for 10 minutes. Stir in the lemon juice. You can freeze this concentrate for up to 6 months.

    I make up 4 lots of Lemonade Chicken and freeze them, then it is just a case of defrosting and grilling. The recipe for lemonade concentrate is about right for 4 lots of lemonade chicken.
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