Throw together "hot" dinners.
VIDEO LEFT : The prep of throwing it all together.
PHOTO ABOVE : The final dish PLUS the photo below.
OUTCOME : I got lucky. It was a total success and everyone finished with full happy tummies. The kids loved making up their very own wraps.
If you are super organised with a meal plan in place each week, this won't be so much of an issue. I used to do meal plans, not sure why I stopped and I do have every intention of starting back up again, although for now I shop based on what's on special, what is in season and what the family have requested as their favourites = this means they will eat it - yay!
On the nights when you look at the time and realise you haven't even began dinner prep, this can be a stressful moment. I now try my absolute hardest to always have particular foods at all times available to grab out and throw together.
Frozen meals from when you have made double batches also come in super handy on these nights.
I like to always have
- chicken thighs
- bone broth, click here to see how I make mine.
- wholegrain wraps
- frozen vegetables
This has an Indian Madras Sauce added to it for the adults - a lot of spice.
I added this to a wrap with avocado, spinach and a big blog of sour cream, it was delicious.
- I buy my Nutra Organics Vital Veggie Power from Nourishing Hub, click here.
- Herbamare is just form the local supermarket.