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    So we all have lazy nights where we can't be bothered cooking. I was just wondering what some quick and easy ideas for dinners were? Thanks

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    I did homemade pizza tonight.
    make dough, easy, flour, butter, water, salt pepper, rolled out, chuck some tomato sauce, cooked mince, bacon and cheese on top... oven for bout 15-25min depending and whallah! done

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    Mini pizzas. English muffins cut in half with tomato sauce on them pineapple and Devon top with cheese microwave 6 for 3 min. That was last nights easy dinner kids loved it

    The night before was spaghetti got dogs chop Cheerios into 4 Pierce with raw spaghetti chuck in microwave safe container with water n pinch salt microwave 8 mins for6 Cheerios

    Tonight's easy dinner was packet pasta microwaved and tuna mixed through it. As you can tell my culinary skills aren't great lol
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    Roast chicken, wraps, bagged lettuce and sauce of choice.

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    Those are all good ideas. I seem to always second guess what I eat being my first pregnancy and all..

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    Default Re: Ideas!!

    Not terribly healthy but I always keep a frozen lasagne in the freezer. Lasagne and salad very little effort required lol others include tuna pasta bake sausages and salad or steak and veg

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    We get things like chicken Kiev or skewers from the butcher and then those ready made salad or roast / steam vege packs from woolies... Easy as, chuck it in the oven/microwave and you're done! Fairly healthy too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solly86 View Post
    Those are all good ideas. I seem to always second guess what I eat being my first pregnancy and all..
    Honestly the amount of hype around what u can and can't eat while preg is a load a crap IMO I ate everything's and anything I wanted both pregnancgies. Try not to stress too much about it

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    Our lazy night dinners are:
    - contintental pack of alfredo pasta, cook as per packet instructions then stir through tuna and corn
    - bbq sausages and salad
    - BLT sandwiches
    - toasted sandwiches
    - chicken burgers (we just use chicken breasts, slice them in half so they're thinner to make them go further and cook quicker)
    - brinner (breakfast for dinner aka baked beans, eggs and bacon)
    - salad + some sort of protein (chicken, steak, boiled egg)

    Often I poach a couple of chicken breasts on a "cooking night" then use them throughout the week in salads or on sandwiches, healthier and cheaper than bbq chicken

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    I always have noodles in the cupboard, the nicer asian ones, not the maggie 2 minute noodles. I will cook up a pack and steam or stirfy some vegies and mix through, delicious and easy! Or an omelette


 

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