The great thing about my meal plans is that they are designed for you to decide when you would like to eat each item. If it’s a cold wintery night and you feel like soup, then eat the soup. If you just want to curl up on the lounge with some pasta, then eat the pasta. I’m not about to tell you that you can’t eat the pizza tonight and you have to eat the soup instead, it’s up to you to decide what works for you and your family.
This is the meal plan that I created for my family during our month 3 meal plan. All the meals are easy to prepare, even a novice cook could have success with these recipes.
We’re only 3 months in and our pantry/freezer stockpile is building. This is great because it proves that even though it is extremely hard to feed your family for $200 per month, it is achievable. 4 people for an entire month means we are looking at 120 serves of breakfast, 120 serves of lunch and 120 serves of dinner. It’s a hard task but I know we can do it!
Please click on the link for the shopping list for the Month 3 Meal Plan.
70 serves wheat biscuits (2 biscuits per serve)
45 serves of porridge
5 serves toast
30 serves leftovers
6 serves Pumpkin Frittata
6 serves Carrot Fritters
4 serves Roast Carrot Soup
Sausages with Potato Bake
Chicken Drumsticks with Roasted Vegetables
2 nights of Shepherds Pie
You can make your choice of the following depending on how many ingredients you have remaining.
Mandarin Cupcakes (makes 12)
Jam Drop Biscuits (makes 24)
Oat Biscuits (makes 12)
Cupcakes (makes 24)
Chocolate Muffins (makes 12)
Bacon and Cheese Scrolls (Makes 12)