Thanks for the suggestions! I forgot to check back, but I ended up making this soup: http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/2536640/courgette-and-tomato-soup
It turned out bright orange and my bf thought it was pumpkin soup at first. But I'll save your ideas for the next time
As it's getting colder every day now I'm looking out for some winter recipes. Traditionally we eat a lot of potatoes and vegetables mashed together in here (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stamppot
). While most people limit themselves to kale, sauerkraut and carrots, you can obviously just mash any kind of veggies and potatoes together and I'm planning on experimenting a lot this winter.
Also, something completely different, but are there any magic tricks to help your s/o stick to the meal plan? My bf isn't that organised so whenever I can, I get his breakfast and his food for work ready (from the freezer obviously, not cooking fresh meals in the mornings! ) but when I don't, he just forgets.
It's not like I'm trying to force him to comply to the meal plan, it was his idea originally because he wanted to save up some money. It's not that he hates the food because he specifically asks for certain things. Today he left at 7am and isn't getting back until 12 at night. I'm fairly sure he didn't eat any breakfast. He definitely didn't take lunch or his prepared dinner and fruit from the fridge (that I put there the other night). We have seperate bank accounts, so technically it's not my problem if he eats at Subway all the time, but it was his plan in the first place ...