Give me your healthy lazy nights feeds
One person said they do pick plates with boiled eggs, snow peas, carrot sticks ect.
I do taco/burrito built it yourself nights .
Would love more lazy night feeds!
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07-02-2015 20:24 #1
*Spin Off from the Junk food thread and the quick lunchs thread*
07-02-2015 20:26 #2
In winter, I might make a big pot of vegie soup; portion some of it off into containers to put in the freezer. Then on nights when I just can't be stuffed; just get them out, defrost, reheat, and there's dinner.
07-02-2015 20:29 #3
Often we have boiled vegies (ie. Frozen corn and peas, whatever is in the fridge ie. Broccoli, carrot) or a quick salad of lettuce, cucumber, carrot, capsicum. Served with some sort of meat (usually chicken) either baked on fried.
Not so healthy but another I love and often leaves leftovers is tuna bake - add grated carrot, zuchinni, peas & corn to make it a bit healthier.
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07-02-2015 20:34 #4
Egg pancakes - I've always have eggs and some kind of herb and usually tomatoes so I just make a 2 egg pancake - mix eggs, chopped tomato, chopped herbs and fry in mini fry pan , takes 3 minutes
Pita pizza - I always have frozen pita bread and tin tomatoes so grab one of those, spread a spoon ful of tomatoes on as a base, add mozzarella and whatever else I have around , usually feta, tomato and fresh or dried herbs and cook in oven - takes 10 mins
If I know I'm going to be home late and can't make what I had planned I always have veggies and just grab some fish or meat and steam the veggies and grill the fish , only takes 10 mins
07-02-2015 20:40 #5
I second vege soup. I just chuck as many veges as I want in a big saucepan with some stock, herbs, etc. once cooked, I put it in a blender and then place it back in saucepan and add some cream. Then it can be frozen and used again for at least another 3 or 4 nights.
08-02-2015 10:10 #6
I do the soup thing too. i like to do heaps of precooking and freezing so often do soups, stew type things and stirfrys (without noodles or rice) then just chuck whatever else i need for it on snd it's good to go!
A breaky one I do is, we have a healthy breaky rule during school days, so i try to make weekends fun. I make pancakes with half and half wholemeal and white flour and sometimes stevia instead of sugar then just leave dry ingredients in cuboard until Saturday morning chuck in milk, berries sometimes and eggs and cook them up
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