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Week Two Shopping List – based on soft cheese, red lentils and couscous
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Here at last is the Meal Plan for Week Two
As for Week One, it shows 3 meals a day, plus some cakey extras to fill any gaps, for 7 days, for 2 adults.
You can, of course, change the meals around to suit yourself, combine the shopping list of ingredients in any other way that suits you, add extra ingredients that you may have, just use one of the recipes, leave out anything you don’t like or need or change anything else that you see fit.

You and the 2nd person you are feeding may not need all the calories a day. Only you know what you need, I will leave this part of it to you to adjust. Many of the recipes are freezeable, so if you have the facilities, you could freeze the extra, or carry the ingredients forward to the following week.

If you do use anything from here, I would love it if you let me know how you get on.
Week Two Shopping List
You will need to be accurate with your measuring with some ingredients, and can be more free-handed with others.

Day 1
Breakfast. 2 slices of Cinnamon Toast
If you have bought Mixed Spice, use that here.
Lunch. Lentil Soup & Croutons,
use 2 slices of bread to make them
Dinner. Hazelnut Couscous,

use the Salted Cashew recipe, using hazelnuts in place of cashews. I would add the nuts at the last minute next time I made this as they went rather soft left overnight, and you may like to toast them first

Day 2
Breakfast. Raisin Pancakes
Lunch. Hazelnut Couscous, use the remaining couscous from last night
Dinner. Pasta with Tomato, Olives and Soft Cheese

Day 3
Breakfast. 2 slices of Cinnamon Toast, as day 1
Lunch. Broccoli Pesto in Pitta
Use the Pesto recipe in 1 pitta each, you can be liberal with the pesto, there is plenty for the uses made of the batch during this week. If you want to make max use of the pesto, divide it into 10 portions and use 1 each here. The pesto freezes well for the unused part of the batch this week.
Dinner Pancakes filled with Carrots, Onions and Peas in Soft Cheese

Day 4
Breakfast. Raisin Pancakes
Lunch. Olives and Soft Cheese in Pitta.
Use 40g soft cheese and 50g olives per pitta, finely chop half a garlic clove, if liked, or use a smear of paste
Dinner. Broccoli Pesto Pasta

Day 5
Breakfast. Carrot & Raisin Loaf, recipe coming
Lunch. Lentil Soup & Croutons, as Day 1
Dinner. Tomato Dahl and Couscous. Use 100g couscous in place of the rice, or if you have any in, and you prefer, use rice. Make a double batch and use half at lunch time tomorrow

Day 6
Breakfast. Carrot & Raisin Loaf, as Day 5
Lunch. Tomato Dahl & Couscous, as Day 5
Dinner. Broccoli Pesto Pasta, as Day 4

Day 7
Breakfast. Broccoli Pesto on 2 slices Toast. Use some of the pesto you made previously
Lunch. Carrot, Lemon and Soft Cheese in Pitta
Dinner. Olive Drop Scones, Crispy Fried Onions, Carrot Ribbons and Raisin Salad

Cakes and Bakes
Raisin Biscuits, recipe coming
Pancakes with Lemon and Sugar, recipe coming
Also make caramelised onions to use through the week as desired, recipe coming

Use these Cakes and Bakes at any point during the week when you need them, as an extra at lunch, a pudding after dinner, for supper, or any other hungry moment. Or if you and the 2nd person you are feeding don’t need this many calories, healthwise, these would be the best things to leave out.

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Week Two Shopping List – based on soft cheese, red lentils and couscous
Jamie Oliver's new programme and effing great tellys