Real Food Weekly Meal Plan 2/3 – 2/8

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Real Food Weekly Meal Plan | Real Food Outlaws

Welcome to a brand new week and a shiny new real food weekly meal plan! We finished up our grain-free January strong and feel fabulous! We are going to keep grains to a minimum in February but will be including gluten-free recipes in addition to grain-free.

It’s been very busy in the Outlaw house lately so easy meals are key. I like to make a master list of all the ingredients and then go shopping for the week. There are more seafood recipes included this week. I appreciate the lightness of seafood and how quickly it can be prepared.

Have fun with this menu! Change the days around. Use leftovers from one day to prepare meals for the next. Substitute ingredients if you prefer. It’s very versatile!

Monday

Breakfast – Paleo Egg Scramble

Lunch – Sweet Potato and Bacon Soup

Dinner – Lemon Caper Tilapia

Tuesday

Breakfast – Cinnamon Apple Granola

Lunch – Shrimp, Kale and Wild Rice Medley

Dinner – Ground-Beef Au Gratin Potatoes

Wednesday

Breakfast – Breakfast Tostadas with Florida Fresh Salsa

Lunch – Veggie Lettuce Wraps with Whole Grain Cous Cous

Dinner – Tropical Shrimp Stir Fry

Thursday

Breakfast – Grain-Free Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

Lunch – Simple Cucumber Tomato and Avocado Salad

Dinner – Hearty Lentil and Ground Beef Soup

Friday

Breakfast – Kale Omelet

Lunch – Meatball Noodle Soup

Dinner – Roasted Apricot Chicken

Saturday

Breakfast –  Crispy Grain Free Waffles

Lunch – Mexican Chicken and Black Bean Soup (Slow Cooker)

Dinner – Grain-Free Personal Pizzas

 

Be nourished. Be happy.

Enjoy!

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Comments

    • says

      It went fabulous! I lost an additional 5 lbs and have tons of energy! I definitely recommend it! I prefer grain-free cooking. I feel that it is much more nutrient-dense than eating a whole lot of bread.

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