Meat Free Mondays - 7 Recipes for the Week Ahead (27 February 2017)


Happy Monday!

How are you? 

I'm fine. Last week we had an unexpected death in the family so it's been a really sad week and a reminder we should enjoy every minute with our loved once as you never know what's round the corner.

This weekend we have been tackling Cooper's bedroom. It's overflowing with clothes, toys and books, so it was time for a good clear out and time to re-organise. He went to bed really pleased with the new layout tonight.



The wee boy has been helping me in the kitchen this weekend too. Today he helped me make pancakes and he made us a slow cooked potato and haricot stew in a spicy tomato sauce for dinner. It was real comfort food. We enjoyed it with some buttered bread. I'll share the recipe later this week.




Fairtrade Fortnight


This is the start of Fairtrade Fortnight, so have a look at the Fairtrade products in your local supermarket and try to incorporate some ethical goods in your shopping. I've been trying some new Fairtrade products so look out for my reviews this week

Now it's time for some new veggie recipes to help you meal plan this week. 









MONDAY


Thinly Spread







TUESDAY


Made by Luci







WEDNESDAY


Tinned Tomatoes







THURSDAY


Everyday Healthy Recipes







FRIDAY


Cook Style







SATURDAY


VNutrition







SUNDAY


Searching for Spice






Bonus Recipes

White Bean Avocado Wrap - Fix Me A Little Lunch
Red Lentil Dhal - Roast Chicken and a Country Walk
Air Fryer Carrot Falafel - Tin and Thyme



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

If you're a blogger and would like to be featured next time. Link your veggie or vegan (main course) recipe to this post mentioning you are submitting your recipe with a link back and add your post to the linky below (one per blog).

If you're a reader, tune in next Monday for another 7 awesome veggie recipes.

12 comments

  1. Hi Jacqueline! Sorry to hear you've had a sad week. And you are right, we need to enjoy every minute with our loved ones while we can.
    Thank you for featuring my spiralized soup recipe. I am working on another vegetarian recipe and will link it up soon. Have a good day:)

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    1. Thanks, I'll look forward to your next recipe :)

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  2. Sorry to hear of the death - condolences! I am loving the dishes but really needing to find some time for cooking at the moment!!!!! Coopers cooking sounds impressive - sylvia just makes pretty things with her food (that is what she learns from me)

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  3. I'm so sorry for your loss Jac. It is a big reminder to live life to the fullest everyday. (((hugs)))

    Thank you for featuring my lentil bolognese - it looks like you and I were on the same page with recipes last week.

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    1. Thanks and yes we must. Great minds think alike :)

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  4. Oh no, sorry to hear about your loss Jac, but I'm glad this week has started off on a more positive note. Those leek pancakes are calling to me. That might be supper sorted for tomorrow :)

    Thanks for including my falafels.

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  5. Thank you so much for including my ramen in your roundup. xx

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  6. Very sorry to hear about your loss but thank you so much for featuring my leek pancakes x

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I love reading comments, so thank you for taking the time to leave one. Unfortunately, I'm bombarded with spam, so I've turned on comment moderation. I'll publish your comments as soon as I can and respond to them. Don't panic, they will disappear when you hit publish. Jac x

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