I have mentioned previously that I am back at my ideal weight for me. I’m happily fitting into my clothes again. However, I don’t want to put it all back on, so a Slimming World target member meal plan each week is definitely my aim.
It took me a while to hit my Slimming World target. I went for the slowly but surely approach! If I had had more to lose than just a stone I would have gone in a bit harder for a speedier result, but it worked well for me, especially as I had two holidays whilst doing it.
I have relaxed a bit and am allowing myself more wine, desserts and the odd bag of crisps. However, I am tending to snack still on lots of fruit and low syn options like the Slimming World cereal bars rather than lots of chocolate.
I have decided that the best way to stay on track is to eat Slimming World recipes most of the time. So here is this week’s Slimming World target member meal plan.
It also takes into account my plan to eat vegetarian as much as possible and to eat two portions of oily fish a week. I want to eat healthily and within budget, so none of this is likely to break the bank.
Slimming World target member meal plan
Devilled cottage pie. This is from the Slimming World Free & Easy Cook Book. You basically ‘devil’ the mince by spicing it up with paprika, mustard powder and cayenne pepper. Sounds yummy and a nice change.
Salmon spaghetti with watercress sauce, again from the Free & Easy book. I will pop into Asda or somewhere for some smoked salmon trimmings to keep the cost down on this.
I am trying to eat oily fish at least twice a week as I have been reading that it is good for fibromyalgia. We love fish anyway so this is no hardship.
Crustless vegetable quiche from the Slimming World Extra Easy All in One book. It is basically a huge vegetable omelette! We will have a large salad with this and air fried potatoes if we are feeling hungry.
Tuna steaks with oven baked ‘saute’ potatoes (chopped small and sprayed with Frylight) and left over salad or veg. That’s our second serving of oily fish.
Chicken and sweet potato curry made with half fat coconut milk. Love this kind of warm and spicy dinner with brown rice.
I will add chard from the garden to this recipe. It is delicious and we have so much of it still.
Vegetable Singapore noodles. These are basically a slightly spicier version of a normal stir fry and made with rice noodles. I will base it on the recipe in the All in One book and make enough to stretch to Friday’s dinner too.
It contains garlic, ginger, mushrooms, a pack of stir fry veg, spring onions, soy sauce, curry powder and beaten eggs for a protein punch.
It’s faff-free Friday and we will be eating more of the Singapore noodles. I love not having to cook on a Friday!
Considering my Slimming World target member meal plan has to also be budget friendly and beneficial for a fibromyalgia sufferer, I think I have done quite well this week! What do you think?
I hope my meal plan has inspired you. What are you going to be eating this week?
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