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I’ve really been struggling with meal ideas for the whole family. I don’t know why but we just seem to stick to the same few meals rotated around, not really very exciting!
So I asked some of my fellow bloggers what their family favourite’s meals were for inspiration and they didn’t disappoint, some of these sound amazing.
Meatballs and pasta dishes seem to be a big hit with families.
These slow cooker Moroccan inspired meatballs from Blissful Domestication sound amazing and they use the slow cooker so always a winner.
The Bear and the Fox has a great recipe for meatball too!
If you are looking for a quick dinner choice tonight this one pot spaghetti in ten minutes from Five for a Fiver is sure to be popular midweek.
Fans of mushrooms will love these two dishes, Captain Bobcat has a yummy creamy spinach and mushroom one pot pasta dish and Buzy Mum has a great recipe for mushroom and thyme tagliatelle.
This creamy cheese and ham fusilli bake from Just Average Jen looks delicious and something quick for us to have after a busy swimming night.
If you are looking for some meat free dishes there has been some great ones shared!
Lukeosaurus and Me has this delicious feta cheese, sweet potato and spinach pie recipe, it looks amazing!
This baked macaroni cheese recipe has been shared a few times and is one I am going to try in the next few weeks.
Gee Gardner has a great puff pastry tart with spinach and feta, perfect for those busy week nights.
If classic comfort food is popular with your family these are some great recipes to try out:
This easy chicken and chorizo paella from Mumzilla sounds amazing. Two of my favourite ingredients so I’m going to give this a go soon.
Twinderelmo has a great toad in the hole recipe. My two love sausages and Yorkshire pudding so this will always be a winner in our house.
If you’re a fan of Wagamama’s you can bring the flavour to your home kitchen with this great recipe for chicken ramen at home from Truly Madly Kids. Also Fiona at Savvy in Somerset has a great recipe for Wagamama Style Gyoza, perfect to try as a weekend treat.
With many of us watching the budget since Christmas Savings 4 Savvy Mums has a great 5 day meal plan with meals using 5 ingredients. This is all whilst still being budget friendly! You can check these out here.
So this is just some of the amazing recipes you can find on blogs now, however do you have a family favourite you would like to share? Just leave a comment in the box below for everyone to see!