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Healthy Meal Plan – 44

A Healthy Meal Plan featuring six seasonal dinner recipes and one dessert! Complete with a printable grocery list, these meal plans are designed to make life easy and nourishing!

healthy meal plan collage for week 44

This week’s healthy meal plan is all about easy comfort food!

Leaning into the chilly winter weather, we have a couple hearty soup recipes for you this week, in addition to some protein-centric main dishes.

If you’re like me and you try to eat somewhat clean during the week so that you can enjoy weekends without thinking about vegetables, these meal plans can provide so much relief.

Because protein and fiber are both very satiating, I always recommend building meals around protein and filling in with veggies to make you feel satisfied.

If you’re looking for some veggie side dishes to go with your meals this week, I recommend this Pear Apple Avocado Spinach Salad, Garlic Herb Roasted Vegetables, and Sweet Potato and Black Bean Salad.

Also, if you didn’t catch my 5-Ingredient Sweet Potato Oatmeal Cookies earlier this week, I highly recommend them for a healthy treat! They are perfectly sweet, come together in a flash, and I’ll just be transparent – I can’t stop eating them.

And now for the food!

I hope you enjoy this week’s meal plan.

As always, let me know if you have any questions or requests. xo


Baked Mediterranean Salmon – Looking for an easy, no-fail baked salmon recipe bursting with briny Mediterranean flavors? You’ll love this sheet pan salmon with roasted squash, artichoke hearts, and feta cheese!

Sheetpan mediterranean salmon

Special Diet: Recipe is paleo & Whole30 friendly (without the feta) and low carb.

Prep Ahead: You can slice the squash and prep the marinade ahead of time if you like. Having the Greek Seasoning made ahead of time is helpful too.

Substitutions/Notes: Feel free to use another type of vegetable if you prefer. Make sure it’s sliced small and it’s quick cooking. Really thinly sliced zucchini, small broccoli florets, shredded Brussels sprouts, or asparagus would work well here.


Healthy Sesame Chicken – Healthy Sesame Chicken made with better-for-you ingredients for a health-conscious version of the classic takeout. Soy-free, refined sugar-free, and gluten-free, this simple recipe requires 30 minutes or less! Serve it up with rice and veggies for a complete meal.

Plate of brown rice, sesame chicken, and asparagus, ready to eat.

Special Diet Notes: This quick and easy chicken recipe is paleo.

Prep Ahead: The recipe comes together in just about 30 minutes so no advance prep is needed.

Substitutions/Notes: You can use liquid aminos or soy sauce instead of coconut aminos if you’d like.


Easy Cabbage Roll Soup – This easy and delicious Cabbage Roll Soup has all of the flavors of traditional cabbage rolls without all of the tedious work! Ground beef, cabbage, and a tangy tomato broth combine for an easy weeknight meal that the whole family will love.

Cabbage Roll Soup in a black bowl with a spoon and a napkin

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is gluten free.

Prep Ahead: Chopping the cabbage ahead of time might safe you a few minutes.

Substitutions/Notes: If you’d like this recipe to be grain free and lower carb, omit the rice.


Slow Cooker Pot Roast – This Slow Cooker Pot Roast recipe is the easiest one pot meal and is an instant win for family dinner! Easy to prepare for weeknight meals or special occasions alike, this easy pot roast recipe is always a crowd-pleaser!

Pot Roast with vegetables on a platter, ready to serve.

Special Diet Notes: Paleo, whole30 and easy to make low-carb!

Prep Ahead: There is minimal prep involved for this recipe, so nothing needs to be done ahead of time.

Substitutions/Notes: Incorporate your favorite hearty vegetables. You can also sub 1 cup or red wine for 1 cup of the beef broth if you enjoy cooking with wine.


Lamb Loin Chops – An easy goof-proof recipe for lamb loin chops that results in juicy, perfectly cooked meat every time!

Lamb loin chop being cut with brussels sprouts off to the side

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo, Whole30, and low carb as is.

Prep Ahead: No need to prep ahead — this comes together quickly!

Substitutions/Notes: This would be an easy, yet special Valentine’s dinner for two! You can serve it with any roasted vegetable you like or a side salad.


Vegetable Coconut Curry Soup – Hearty Vegetable Coconut Curry Soup with aromatic curry coconut milk broth. This easy soup recipe comes together in just over 30 minutes.

Two bowls of coconut curry soup.

Special Diet Notes: Vegan and paleo! This soup can be made whole30 friendly and low-carb by omitting the pure maple syrup.

Prep Ahead: This simple soup recipe comes together in a flash. There is no need to do any advance prep.

Substitutions/Notes: Swap out any of the veggies for your favorites. You can also add some form of protein, such as chicken, shrimp or plant-based protein like beans or quiinoa.


Mini Flourless Chocolate Cakes – Whether you’re a true chocoholic or looking for something decadent for Valentine’s Day, these little fudgy chocolate cakes are the perfect serving size. THREE ingredients, and gluten-free!

Mini Flourless Chocolate Cakes

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is gluten and grain free as is. You can use coconut oil in place of the butter and dairy-free chocolate to make it dairy free as well.

Prep Ahead: No prep needed.

Substitutions/Notes: If you’d like to make these into a sweeter, more brownie-like dessert, use semi-sweet or dark chocolate chips instead of a 70% dark chocolate bar.


Click HERE to print this week’s grocery list!

Grocery list for meal plan 44

Enjoy! xo

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