Whole 30 Challenge meal plan and easy tips!
Eggs and Sweet potato Hashbrowns (these are my favorite but you can shred them too)
Scrambled Eggs with veggies (corner bakery anaheim scrambler)
Tropical Kale Smoothie (Robeks knock off)
Grilled Chicken Salad with Fresh Salsa, Avocado, sunflower seeds, tomato, bacon and cucumber (I love a big salad for lunch)
Chicken Salad Lettuce Wrap ( I make a huge container of Chicken Salad at the beginning of each week- great for snacking too!)
Grilled burger, lettuce, tomato, fried egg, bacon on a lettuce wrap with a side of raw veggies
Leftovers from dinner the night before
Turkey, lettuce, green apples, raisins and balsamic vinagar salad
Crock-pot roast with green beans and roasted Carrots
Chicken, sweet potato pineapple kabobs on the grill with a side salad
Deconstructed Zucchini Lasagna with a side of sliced cucumber/tomato in balsamic vinegar
Homemade meatballs with spaghetti squash or zucchini
Grilled Chicken with Grilled Veggies (we like asparagus, squash and Kale soaked in olive oil and Salt and pepper)
Lunch/ Dinner tips: Make the crock pot and grill your best friend! Soups are easy meals to have stored for those busy hungry days.
Check out Pinterest and search Whole 30 or Paleo
Eating out tip: If you are eating out make sure you ask for oil and vinegar for dressings and tell them you need a gluten free menu!
On Sundays I always stock my fridge with the following.
-Pre-cut veggies and fruits so they are easily edible or useable for meal prep
– Hard boiled eggs- great for quick breakfast or salad toppings
– Chicken salad- 4 cooked chicken breasts (cubed), salt, pepper, 1 Avocado, 2 celery stalks (diced).
– Rotisserie Chicken OR I cook a tray of plain chicken breasts
– Chicken Salad or a crock pot soup that I can have for emergency hunger moments or no time for dinner prep.
– Unsweetened Iced Tea and lemons