It’s baaaaack! I’m posting my weekly meal plan here so you can see it each week (and hopefully find some new ideas and inspiration for your own meal plan). These posts will go live every Sunday morning, so you have time to take a peek before you create your weekly meal plan.
I know we all start meal planning at different days of the week, and for this reason, you’ll just see seven recipes…it doesn’t specify which day they’re on because it doesn’t really matter. 🙂
I want this to be a useful post. You can copy the whole meal plan or pick and choose the recipes you want to try. At the bottom of the post, I’ve linked to some free meal planning printables and meal planning resources that I think you will find helpful.
Want to keep it REALLY simple? Pick out the recipes you like and substitute the ones you don’t like with leftovers, eating out, or even a frozen dinner (it’s totally okay to include frozen pizza on your meal plans!).
You’ll notice that some of these recipes are 21 Day Fix recipes. All that means is they’re made with whole ingredients. Although you’ll notice in the post that they menti0n “container counts,” you’ll go ahead and make these recipes like you would any other. Only pay attention to the container counts if you’re on the 21 Day Fix or a similar container-counting program. You can eat these recipes knowing you’re sticking to whole foods and creating something healthy!
So let’s get started! Here’s this week’s weekly meal plan.
Weekly Meal Plan
Low-Carb Pizza with Cauliflower Crust + Side Salad with Western Dressing (this is similar to Ranch, but with fewer calories – and you can use it for the rest of the week on salads or as a veggie dip!).
Lemon Garlic Chicken with Sauteed Kale (this is time-consuming, but it is truly delicious!)
Sweet Potato Hash (this is nice because it’s a one-pot meal)
Grilled Chicken + Easy Pasta Salad (this makes fantastic leftovers or lunch the next day)
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