A brand new Healthy Meal Plan, complete with six main dishes and one healthier dessert. Print out the grocery list to make shopping and meal prep simple! These easy weekly meal plans are designed to simplify life and keep you nourished.
It’s the first Saturday of the month, which means we have a new healthy meal plan for you!
As always, this meal plan features plenty of variety in proteins, veg, and flavors. We like to keep your taste buds guessing so that you never get bored with your food. 😉
If you’re looking for healthy side dishes to serve with any of these main entrees, my Big Batch Roasted Vegetables is a great go-to!
It makes a huge amount of veggies, which you can add to your meals throughout the week. Plus, they’re crazy delicious!
If you’re looking for some breakfast inspiration this week, my Peanut Butter Banana Baked Oatmeal and my Grain-Free Hummingbird Bread have also been sensational!
And now for this week’s healthy meal plan. As always, let me know if you have any questions or requests.
Sweet Chipotle Salmon with Hot Honey Glaze – This simple salmon has a triple punch of sweet, smoky, & spicy! The honey glaze is a MUST and is super easy to make.
Special Diet: Recipe is paleo as written. Omit the coconut sugar and honey glaze to make it low-carb/keto friendly.
Prep Ahead: Honey glaze can be made several days in advance. Here’s the recipe Hot Honey Glaze.
Substitutions/Notes: This recipe is also delicious with chicken! Serve it over some salad greens if you like with your favorite southwest/Mexican dressing.
Easy Honey Garlic Chicken – Easy Honey Garlic Chicken made with 7 basic ingredients in 30 minutes or less! Serve this amazing sticky chicken with your choice of steamed rice, cauliflower rice, or fried rice for an outstanding meal the whole family can agree on!
Special Diet Notes: The chicken itself is Paleo. Serve the chicken with your choice of side dishes, such as regular steamed rice, cauliflower rice, stir fry veggies, etc.
Prep Ahead: This recipe comes together speedy quick, so no advance prep is needed!
Substitutions/Notes: Use shrimp instead of chicken if you prefer.
Smash Burgers with Caramelized Onion & Jalapeno – Caramelized onions and jalapenos are cooked with a smashed grass-feed beef patty and covered with chipotle mayo in whatever bun you like!
Special Diet Notes: Using a lettuce bun and omitting the cheese makes these burgers paleo. Throw that cheese back on to make them low-carb/keto friendly.
Prep Ahead: The onions and jalapeno can be sliced and the beef patties can be made a day or two ahead of time. You could even caramelized the onions and peppers ahead of time, too.
Substitutions/Notes: Try using ground turkey or chicken instead of beef. Serve with a fresh salad or some roasted vegetables.
Mediterranean Baked Turkey Meatballs – Mediterranean Baked Turkey Meatballs with sun-dried tomatoes, basil, feta, kalamata olives and fresh garlic are wildly flavorful and deceptively easy to make! Serve these baked meatballs with your favorite side dishes for a healthy weeknight meal.
Special Diet Notes: This recipe is low-carb, keto, and primal. Make it paleo or whole30 by omitting the feta cheese.
Prep Ahead: This recipe comes together quickly, so no advance prep is needed. If you’d like, you can mix up the meat mixture ahead of time and keep it in a sealed container in the refrigerator until you’re ready to bake the meatballs.
Substitutions/Notes: Serve the meatballs with your choice of rice, noodles, or roasted vegetables. You can serve them as pasta with your favorite pasta sauce!
Creamy Spinach Avocado Pasta – A spinach avocado pasta (we call them “green noodles!” might be a hard sell on paper, but I promise this greens-packed sauce is surprisingly tasty with a few tricks!
Special Diet Notes: Use zucchini noodles to make this recipe grain-free.
Prep Ahead: No prep needed.
Substitutions/Notes: If you’re dairy-free, use dairy-free plain yogurt or cream cheese in place of the Greek yogurt.
Thai Chicken Chopped Salad – Thai Chicken Chopped Salad with crunchy cabbage, carrot, toasted cashews, and a delicious creamy sesame ginger peanut dressing. This vibrant, filling salad recipe is that feel-good meal that leaves you energized and happy.
Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo as written. Omit the pure maple syrup from the dressing to make the recipe Whole30 compliant.
Prep Ahead: The dressing can be made up to 5 days ahead of time. You’ll need already cooked chicken, so if you’re making the chicken (rather than using store-bought pre-cooked chicken), you can do so up to 5 days in advance.
Substitutions/Notes: Use your favorite protein for the salad in place of chicken. Add or subtract veggies to your personal taste.
10-Minute Cocoa-Chili Pecans – My favorite thing about these Cocoa-Chile Candied Pecans? No egg whites involved. This is a super easy stovetop recipe that will give you sweet, chocolatey pecans with a little hint of cayenne. (Or a big hint of cayenne, if you like.)
Special Diet Notes: This recipe is paleo. To make it low-carb/keto friendly, use monkfruit syrup and low-carb granulated sweetener.
Prep Ahead: No prep needed.
Substitutions/Notes: Try this with other nuts that you like!
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Previous Paleo Meal Plans:
Looking for more meal plans to keep your meal prep game strong? Check out our previous week’s meal plans!
- Healthy Meal Plan – Week 24
- Paleo Meal Plan – Week 23
- Paleo Meal Plan – Week 22
- Paleo Meal Plan – Week 21
- Paleo Meal Plan – Week 20
- Paleo Meal Plan – Week 19
- Paleo Meal Plan – Week 18
- Paleo Meal Plan – Week 17
- Paleo Meal Plan – Week 16
- Paleo Meal Plan – Week 15
- Paleo Weekly Meal Plan – Week 14
- Paleo Weekly Meal Plan – Week 13
- Paleo Meal Plan – Week 12
- Paleo Weekly Meal Plan – Week 11