It was really nie and there's half left for this evening.
B: fruit platter
Nothing fancy, just seasonal stuff really, apart from an orange
L: roast chicken dinner; fruit
Beth and Alex are over so I'm doing what Alex loves best - Nan's roast dinner. I'm spoiling us with the works - roasties, cranberry sauce, bread sauce (the nice SW friendly sauce I found the other week), Yorkshires and lovely veg - sprouts, broccoli and cauliflower.
Beth's having a veg and bean savoury crumble instead of chicken.
SW: a bit lavish but I won't go bonkers. The bread sauce I am counting as a B and one and a half syns (crème fraiche)), the gravy will be one syn, if I have some and I may very well not, each Yorkshire will be around two syns plus a healthy A (milk in the Yorkies and in the bread sauce - it won't be quite as much as that so if I have a cuppa tea in the afternoon, I won't bother to count the milk) and I will spray roast the potatoes in the Actifry. The cranberry sauce will be around one and a half syns-ish
So it could be an awful lot worse!
D: the other half of the spicy chicken, bacon and noodle thingy; yogurt
This is the easiest meal ever - a quick warm up in the microwave!
SW: half a syn for the konjac noodles (I counted the other one syn yesterday) and half for the yogurt
E: Something inside as it is absolutely chucking it down today.
one healthy extra A
one healthy extra B
a maximum of eight and a half syns (that's OK for a good old Sunday's food)
From the freezer: it's a goodie today
two pieces of chicken
cranberries (for the sauce)
onion, peppers, mixed beans, sweet potato cubes, passata, all for Beth's beany mix
and I'm using up the spicy noodle thing instead of freezing it.
However, there's some crumble topping left over which will go in the freezer for another time.