15 February 2016

Meat Free Mondays - 7 Recipes for the Week Ahead (15 February 2016)


Another week has come and gone. Cooper and I had some fun this week. It was half term, so he was off school from Thursday through to today. He's a simple soul who's easily pleased, so we spent a lot of time in the house building lego, playing games and reading the illustrated Harry Potter. We did get out for a walk in the snow yesterday.

The weather has been brighter here so we were rather surprised when we drove into the hills and saw so much snow. We had a good walk in the snow although it was boggy in places and the dogs had a great run, but it was all cut short when Cooper stepped into water which slopped inside his walking boot and splashed up his leg.

But enough about that, it's time to plan our meals for the week ahead.


Meat Free Monday




MONDAY

VNutrition



TUESDAY



Wheat-Free Meat-Free



WEDNESDAY


Easy Peasy Foodie



THURSDAY


Tinned Tomatoes



FRIDAY


Tin and Thyme



SATURDAY


Green Gourmet Giraffe




SUNDAY

 
The Veg Space 



 
BONUS RECIPES:

Risotto and Mozzarella Croquettes - Only Crumbs Remain
Healthier Lentil Moussaka - The Tofu Diaries


Thanks to everyone who created a recipe for us this week.


If you're a blogger and would like to be featured next week. Link up your veggie or vegan (main course) recipe to this post and add your post to the linky below (one per blog)

If you're a reader, tune in next Monday for another seven delicious veggie and vegan recipes to help you plan your week.





19 comments:

  1. Thanks for including the fesenjoon. If only I could figure out how to get the glare out of the photos.

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    1. I hadn't heard of it before this. Thanks for submitting it. The glare depends on the light source, try taking your photos at a different time of day or in a different spot.

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  2. What a beautiful photograph from your walk. Love walking in the snow when it's bright and not too cold! :)

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  3. What a great round up of dishes - thanks for including mine. Can't believe it is half term already. Sounds very relaxing and great to have fun in the snow albeit with a bootful of water

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    1. haha yes it was good until that point. He wanted to keep going but it wasn't really a good idea. Need to get him some fisherman wellies that go up to his thighs.

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  4. Great roundup!! Thanks for including my tagine :-) Eb x

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  5. Oh snow! We've missed out on snow this year. I know it can be a pain, but it doesn't seem like a proper winter without it. Lovely meal inspiration. Thanks for featuring my pancakes :)

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    1. I know what you mean. We had to go into the hills to find it though.

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  6. Another fab roundup Jac, thanks for linking to my potatoes! Have pinned and bookmarked a few here for later x

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    1. Thanks Kate. I am amazed anew each week at the quality and variety. It's such fun and so inspiring.

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  7. Ohhhh, I really love the idea of the Fesenjoon with Tofu.

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    1. I've never even heard of Fesenjoon before this Bintu.

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  8. Wow the shepherd pie jacket potatoes look so good! Thank you for hosting x

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  9. Loving the look of those aquafaba crepes! Looking at this post is making me hungry...

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  10. Fesenjoon with tofu is a super idea! Kalinda, there is nothing wrong with your picture. :-)

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