The festive season is just about in full swing and our schedules are filling up fast. Make sure to try out some of these fuss-free, quick and easy midweek meals so you can save on time spent in the kitchen.

MONDAY: Roasted vegetable curry

Roasted vegetable curry
Packed full of hearty veggies like aubergine, sweet potato and peas, this creamy curry is the perfect dish to enjoy on meat-free Mondays.

TUESDAY: Quick chicken and butterbean stew

Quick chicken and butterbean stew
This 30-minute meal is a brilliant way of using up any leftover chicken you have lying around after Sunday’s roast. Not forgetting, it’s full of nutrients, low in saturated fat and high in fibre!

WEDNESDAY: Turkey meatball traybake

Completely fuss-free, this one-pan-wonder is an absolute delight! Not a fan of peppers or courgettes? You can easily swap out these for other veggies that you prefer. Just make sure they’re fully cooked through and tender before serving.

THURSDAY: Smoked haddock and cauliflower chowder

Smoked Haddock Cauliflower Chowder Easy Food
Wet and dreary days are the perfect excuse to whip up a warming batch of homemade fish chowder, and this foolproof recipe is just what you need. Make sure to have plenty of brown bread on hand for dipping and dunking!

FRIDAY: Fajita flatbreads

Fajita flatbread main feature image
A light and refreshing midweek meal, these fajita flatbreads are a family favourite that you’ll soon find yourself turning to week after week. Plus, you can top them with whatever ingredients you like, from mashed avocado to a squeeze of lime juice, crushed tortilla chips or a drizzle of hot sauce.

SATURDAY: Cheesy butternut squash tagliatelle

Cheesy Butternut Squash Tagliatelle Easy Food
What better way is there to spend a Saturday night, than with a big, hearty bowl of pasta? This veggie-loaded recipe is oh-so comforting and is sure to perk up your weekend!

SUNDAY: Colcannon fish pie

Gather around the dinner table this Sunday, and indulge in this wholesome, creamy fish pie. Featuring cod, smoked haddock, salmon and prawns, this tasty dish is a winter warmer that you can batch cook, freeze and save for a rainy day!

DESSERT: Plum and quinoa crumble

Requiring just six ingredients, most of which you probably already have in your storecupboard, this cosy crumble is our go-to dessert of the season.

SWEET TREAT: Avocado cheesecake pots

Avocado cheesecakes

If you’re looking for a make-ahead treat to satisfy those sweet cravings all week long, then these avocado and gingernut cheesecake pots are just what you need!

Hungry for more? Check out our full collection of easy dinners, here.