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    Here we go - finished product ... Not bad for left over cottage pie filling ... Gives me three more meals anyway I've had that wholemeal pasta in the cupboard since I attempted to start Michelle bridges 12 weeks ago!!

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    Oh and these are the Banana, apple sauce, vita brits, sultana muffins. Not that healthy food is going to be my priority like it usually is this week but these are still a fairly good treat for the boys. The apple sauce sweetens it enough but I did add 2 tablespoons of brown sugar.

    I only ever buy wholemeal flour as well to keep them fuller a bit longer Plus I like the taste of it better.

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    Well I went aldi and bought

    1 loaf bread for toast 99c
    1 loaf raisin toast $2
    1 loaf grain bread $2.19
    Breakfast juice for hubby $2.49
    Bananas $2

    So $9.67

    I usually do my groceries in Sunday, but didn't yesterday as my dd2's christening. Tonight we are having a slow cooker for dinner. I'm using the leftover roast pork from the catering. I've added carrot, apples, zucchini, onion and mushroom to the slow cooker with pepper, chicken stock and apple juice. Will accompany with mashed potatoes.

    Tomorrow I'm going to do a leftover beef slow cooked meal.

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    Sounds so delicious BRV!!!

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    Little pick my up for the arvo I had a bit of fruit to use up - this is a banana, raspberry, blueberry, pineapple, passion fruit smoothie!! Amazing too!!!

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    I'm sorta trying this challenge this week. I usually spend $200 a week on groceries :-/ and only spent $110 this week. I really need to cut back, but I struggle!

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    I love this idea. I have a crazy week this week so thought I'd give it a half hearted go. Was pretty impressed, I spent $70 instead of the usual $150. Tonight's dinner is all from stuff I already had. Turkey meatloaf in the slow cooker.
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    Alright all you clever ladies, what can I do with 2 small - medium leeks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    Alright all you clever ladies, what can I do with 2 small - medium leeks?
    Do you have any potatoes or eggs?

    You could make a leek and potato soup?

    Or a frittata with the leek and whatever else in your fridge.

    Or a creamy pasta sauce with evaporated milk/cream/ricotta?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    Alright all you clever ladies, what can I do with 2 small - medium leeks?
    Oh I just made a beautiful leek quinoa risotto last week. Do you have any quinoa or rice??

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