Meal plan / food ideas / batch cooking

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Hi all, 

I've been reading the forums and wondered if anyone had a weekly meal plan they could share for ideas or possibly link me to a good blog if anyone has been doing one? Any batch cooking recipes? A lot of people have recommended slimming world / weight watchers. 

I love to cook and try new meals but previously did my weeks meals in batches at the weekend and froze them for convenience. Also I really don't like buying ready produced meals. The problem I have is I work 9-7 so out the house 8-8. 

If possible I need meals I can prepare and take with me. 

Also I've read that people have weight watcher bread, how often do you have bread? 

Thanks and sorry for the long post x

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    I sent you my blog that has meal ideas on it
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    Since I've got Redmond multicooker I started to serve my family with healthy and delicious food. And the most convenient thing that I can put all ingredients together in advance, set the timer and proper mode and get my meal any time I need. 
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    Hi Kerry, I'm just about to start the tablets and like you need to batch cook. I've found a site called organise youself skinny and which I think is  really helpful. The overnight oats work brilliantly as do the mason jar salads.
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    Today is my first day, I would love to batch cook when I can too so thanks for this topic Kerry9188. I would like to make Weight Watchers type savoury traybakes  or other savouries so that I can have nice meals and snacks without having to worry about the fat content. I would love to read your bolg please britneyspears if you could please send me the link? ThankYou x

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