Grain-Free Weekly Meal Plan 2/9 – 2/14

Real Food Outlaws' Grain-Free Weekly Meal Plan

Saturday is Valentine’s Day! I’ve included a yummy Valentine’s Day Menu in this week’s Grain-Free Meal Plan.

I like to cook at home on Valentine’s Day. There aren’t many restaurants around that I can trust not to contaminate my food with gross additives, and I prefer home-cooked food anyway.

I’ve been juicing more this past week. I had stopped for a very long time, mostly because I really didn’t want any concentrated fruit or veggie sugars in my body while I was healing from the underlying causes of my adrenal fatigue and thyroid issues. We had a juicing class at the office I work out of last week, so when my kids saw the juicer, they asked to make some juice. I went and picked up some yummy veggies and we juiced three mornings this week. My kids LOVED the “Everything but the Kitchen Sink” juices we put together. Basically they consisted of kale, spinach, romaine lettuce, fennel, Bok choy, parsley, swiss chard, water cress, celery, carrots, limes, and dandelion. Some had red and orange beets, and another had a small green apple. 

If you would like to hear the juicing class podcast and get the outline and resources, visit the Revolution Health Center website.

Okay, on to the meal plan! I did include some juicing recipes this week. Click here for the juicer I have and recommend. It’s really important to NOT use juice as a meal replacement UNLESS you are doing a juice cleanse. This causes blood sugar issues. Be sure to drink the juice on an empty stomach and wait 20-30 minutes before eating. Eat a healthy meal with lots of good fats to make that juice work even better.

I tried to give a variety, for breakfast especially. Most people who have sensitivities to eggs CAN eat the yolks. Not everyone, but most people. It’s the white of the egg that causes the most problems. If you can’t have eggs at all, there are other options listed. You can always have leftover dinner for breakfast! That’s what I did for six months and I got so used to it, I still do most of the time!


Breakfast – Green Juice and 2-Minute Paleo Porridge, or Paleo Breakfast Casserole with Sweet Potatoes

Lunch – Creamy Chicken Soup and a Basic Green Salad of your choice

Dinner – Paleo Bolognese Sauce with Squash Noodles or Chicken, Bacon, & Kale Stuffed Sweet Potatoes


Breakfast – Creamy Banana, Raw Cacao, and Chia Seed Smoothie or Chia Seed Breakfast Bowl

Lunch – Broccoli Plantain Soup or Sushi Salad

Dinner – Vegetable Packed Pork Chili (can use any meat) or Easy Creamy Spinach Salmon


Breakfast – Spinach and Sausage Egg Muffins or Sweet Potato and Greens Breakfast Saute

Lunch – Dairy Free Cream of Broccoli Soup

Dinner – Kefta Lamb Kebabs


Breakfast – Bacon and Sweet Potato Waffles

Lunch – Creamy Roasted Cauliflower and Potato Soup

Dinner – Maple Roasted Chicken with Veggies


Breakfast – Super Green Detox Drink and Grain Free Carrot Cake Pancakes

Lunch – Salmon (or Tuna) Salad on Grain-Free Flat Bread

Dinner – Cauliflower Crust Pizzas


Breakfast – Breakfast Hash with Poached Eggs (if you can’t have eggs, make with bacon or sausage instead) or Raspberries & Cream Breakfast Cake

Lunch – Spinach Strawberry Salad

Valentine’s Day Dinner – Grass-Fed Red Wine Steak with Carmelized Mushrooms, Raspberry Asparagus, Cauliflower Mushroom “Risotto” with Parmesan & Truffle Oil

Dessert – Grain-Free Chocolate Lava Cakes or Paleo White Chocolate Strawberry Pistachio Biscotti


Be nourished. Be happy.


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