In a meal planning rut? In the past, I included what was on my meal plan, but nowadays I’m doing so much recipe development I hardly get the chance to remake anything. So, my meal plan ends up being a list of new recipes you won’t get until the following week or later, that isn’t helpful! So, I’ve decided to institute a Sunday series for your meal planning pleasure! It’s just five healthier dinner options to give you ideas on what to put on your meal plan! I’ve included one breakfast idea that you can easily meal prep and five dinner ideas. My thought is to use leftovers for lunch, happy Sunday meal prepping!
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Paleo Coconut Almond Banana Bread
This is such an easy healthy bread to prep this weekend and then have ready in the morning! It’s full of healthy fat and a little protein to keep you full for hours! I would also make sure to add some additional protein to the meal like a small greek yogurt or I do collagen in my coffee in the AM.
Spicy Broccoli Cheddar Quiche
I love making quiches for dinner so that I have a delicious breakfast or lunch the next day!
Spicy Shrimp Quesadilla
Okay, so this one is from way back when I did my dietetic internship in 2013! The picture isn’t that great but I threw it in to show you that if you are short on time you can make a healthy meal with just a quesadilla and some finger veggies! Boom, done and on to bed!
Sweet Chicken Apple Sausage & Sauteed Brussel Sprouts
This one pan meal comes together in no time, no need to prep anything ahead!
Pizza Stuffed Peppers
If you think you will be running short on time, wash and prep your bell pepper halves at the beginning of the week. You can also brown up your ground meat a day or two ahead so it’s ready to throw into the oven.
Chop Chop Mediterranean Salad
Chop veggies ahead of time. You can even make the salad ahead of time and add protein later. This type of salad won’t wilt on you and will get even better the more time soaking in the juices and spices (up to 3 days in the fridge)!
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