Meal Plan Week Two

Week Two finds me craving bread and sugar. The past has shown me that this is usually the week that is the hardest for me, so meal planning is very important. I want to succeed and I have a budget that I need to live within…a meal plan helps with both.

WEEK TWO

Monday:
Garlic Beef Tenderloin with Stuffed Tomatoes

Tuesday:
So Good For You Paleo Chili with Coconut Flour Biscuits*

Wednesday:
Pineapple Chicken Balls over Savory Cauliflower Fried Rice

Thursday:
Fajita Steak Strips with Garden Salad

Friday:
Thai Larb Salad Wraps with Garlic Shrimp in Coconut Oil

Saturday:
Outback Restaurant

Sunday:
Coconut Curry Tilapia (breaded with almond meal) served with Indian Style Slaw

*The Coconut Flour Biscuits were a first for our family and what a wonderful treat (Thank you, A Girl Worth Saving!). These are incredible and left me thinking of other ingredients that could be added to it. I wonder how green onions and goat gouda cheese would taste? Or if it could be sweetened up for a dessert with honey and cinnamon drizzled on top.

Meal Plan Week One

 The key to success is through meal planning and that is something I am beginning to work hard on.

Here is Week One’s Meal plan. Click on picture to link to this FREE printable weekly planner.

 

WEEK ONE

Monday:
Steak (seasoned with Montreal Steak Spice)
Salad

Tuesday:
Sausage (no fillers)
Salad

Wednesday:
Chicken Souvlaki
Savory Cauliflower Fried Rice (this is a staple in our house…AMAZING RECIPE!)
Cucumber & Tomato Salad
Tzatziki Sauce (use So Delicious plain yogurt and add some lemon juice)

Thursday:
Cilantro Chicken Meatballs (the more cilantro, the better!)
Cucumber & Tomato Salad (great salad dressing that would be super on regular salads)

Friday:
Leftovers

Saturday:
Outback Restaurant*

Sunday:
Fool’s Gold (a very kid friendly recipe)
Sweet Potato Fries

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*PLEASE NOTE:
We share the 16 ounce Herb Roasted Prime Rib with two sides (broccoli for him, salad for me). It may sound like we are being cheap (which we are) but it is also about portion control. Because we rarely dine out, when we do, I do not want to be in physical pain afterwards because I stuffed myself…I would much rather have a lower bill and enjoy my evening out.

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