Happy meal plan Monday friends! I hope you had a great weekend. We are looking forward to a fun-filled week ahead with the Thanksgiving holiday. Grab a cozy blanket and a warm mug of something delightful, and let’s make a meal plan!
In case you are new here, click on the meal plan image above or Pin it to Pinterest for easy reference and download the hyperlinked pdf to your phone. Throughout the week open it and click on the linked recipes for a dinner-made simple virtual cookbook.
My dinner philosophy is to keep it all-natural, healthy, and easy. Mondays and Tuesdays are always low-carb or include low-carb variations because Zach and I practice carb cycling, a strategic 48-hour depletion of glucose paired with HIIT in order to burn fat as fuel and support metabolic flexibility.
All of my recipes include a breakdown of macros per serving (net carbs, fat, and protein grams) which can be added to the My Fitness Pal app by typing “protein macro” etc in the ingredient search tool. Learn more about the benefits of tracking macros.
Download this week’s macro-friendly meal plan to your phone/desktop with linked recipe instructions to make life easier.
Meal Plan #132
This balsamic chicken caprese stack recipe is a pretty spin on the traditional caprese salad and makes a beautiful plate for any occasion.
This cauliflower tater tot casserole recipe is a fabulous low-carb, gluten-free dish that the whole family will enjoy!
This slow cooker egg casserole recipe can be customized to two sides and is the perfect homemade breakfast for overnight visitors.
With whole proteins and a rainbow of vegetables soaked in a sweet maple soy sauce, this Shrimp Fried Quinoa recipe is a meal unto itself.
This delicious gluten-free, low carb beef zucchini au gratin recipe is packed with nutrient-dense ingredients smothered in cheesy goodness.
Here is to a great week friends!
In case you missed any posts last week you can read them here.
- Meal Plan #163
- 6 Pillars of Fruitful Leadership at Work and Home
- Meal Plan #162
- A Backstage Pass To When I Did “The Sound Of Music” With My Daughter
- Meal Plan #161
- How Giving Birth To Death Brought Life