Grain-Free Meal Plan 4/20 – 4/26

Real Food Outlaws' Grain-Free Weekly Meal Plan

Food is Beautiful.

The colors, tastes, textures…all so beautiful. On my healing journey, many times food became the enemy. Through it I learned to see the beauty in healthier foods, in vegetables, proteins, healthy fats. I learned to eat properly, avoiding even natural sugars, and grains. I learned to listen to my body and be very selective about what I chose to nourish my body with. I now know what foods make me feel the healthiest and what foods do not. 

I’ve learned that self-sabotage is the one thing that hinders healing the most. During a healing, nutrition program it is crucial to follow a food plan and write everything you eat down. This is not a forever thing. Most foods can be reintroduced at some point once the body heals. Often it’s something we are eating or drinking every day that is causing the problem, whether we want to admit it or not. 

Giving up that evening sweet treat seems to be a huge issue for a lot of people. A treat is a treat is a treat. Sugar is sugar. It doesn’t matter if it’s grain-free, sugar-free, paleo…it’s still a treat. Treats are meant to be eaten once-in-awhile, not every day. If you are not seeing the results you want, your food IS the key. Take a good, hard look at everything you are eating and drinking and play detective. What are you eating other than protein, good fats, and vegetables that could be hindering your progress? Stock your fridge and pantry with real, nourishing foods and get rid of anything that isn’t. Eliminate those foods for two weeks and see if there is a difference. Trust me! It works!

Here’s your Grain-Free Weekly Meal Plan for this week. Pick and choose the meals that fit your food plan, and leave out the rest. Not everyone can eat everything here, but it’s a great baseline. 


Breakfast – Egg Bacon Zucchini Nests

Lunch – Sweet Potato Cauliflower Patties

Dinner – Paleo Lechon Asado (Cuban pork roast) for Slow Cooker or Instant Pot


Breakfast – Paleo Oatmeal

Lunch – Vegetable Spring Rolls (make with collard greens for grain-free)

Dinner – Broiled Cod with Parsley Almond Pesto


Breakfast – Paleo Green Smoothies

Lunch – Bacon Broccoli Salad

Dinner – Easy Paleo Lemon Chicken


Breakfast – Bacon, Spaghetti Squash, and Parmesan Fritters

Lunch – Kale, Avocado, Tangerine, and Sesame Salad

Dinner – Slow Cooker Sweet Potato and Black Olive Beef Loaf


Breakfast – Coconut Chia Breakfast Pudding

Lunch – Grilled Shrimp & Mango Paleo Salad (be sure to use wild-caught shrimp, not farmed.)

Dinner – Prosciutto Wrapped Chicken Thighs


Breakfast – Hummingbird Cake Pancakes or Southwest Breakfast Casserole

Lunch – Carrot Salad with Turmeric-Coconut Manna Dressing

Dinner – Paleo Cashew Chicken


Be nourished. Be happy.


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