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Healthy Meal Plan – Week 26

This week’s Paleo Weekly Meal Plan features 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

We’re back with a brand new meal plan! 

We’re addressing summer recipes to keep you feeling cool and refreshed yet comfortably satiated.

This week’s meal plan is all about easy comfort food! Trust me, you’re going to love the simplicity and the deliciousness of all these flavorful meals!

Do note we have a couple of main entrees on this week’s meal plan, so you can always serve them with your favorite side dishes. I typically go with my Big Batch Roasted Vegetables, steamed rice, or Mediterranean Chickpea Salad, or Roasted Asparagus with Parmesan and Lemon.

Also, if you didn’t catch my 3-Ingredient No-Bake Banana Oatmeal Cookies or 5-Ingredient Chocolate Date Energy Balls, they’ve been big hits and make for lovely healthy snacks!

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.



Crispy Mediterranean Chicken Salad with Lemon Herb Tahini Dressing – Crispy Mediterranean Chicken Salad with a fresh, zesty lemon herb tahini dressing, cherry tomatoes, avocado, arugula, and cucumber. This nutritious dinner recipe is packed with flavor and is perfect for anyone who loves a big vibrant meal as well as those on a carb-conscious, paleo, or keto diet.

Special Diet: Recipe is Paleo, whole30 and low-carb.
Prep Ahead: The dressing can be made up to 5 days in advance, and the chicken can be marinated up to 1 day ahead of time.
Substitutions/Notes: Mix and match your favorite vegetables in the salad. You can also use chicken breasts instead of chicken thighs.


Thai Steak Kabobs – These marinated Thai steak kabobs are easy, flavorful and delicious — especially with a drizzle of coconut curry sauce. If you serve them alongside some coconut rice, they’re positively dreamy.

Thai Steak Kebabs on a plate

Special Diet Notes: These kabobs and sauce are paleo friendly (if using almond butter) and keto/low-carb. Serve them with a salad or some coconut rice linked in the recipe card.
Prep Ahead: Marinate the steak up to 18 hours in advance. You can prep the vegetables up to 2 days in advance.
Substitutions/Notes: Use almond butter instead of peanut butter if you like or omit it completely. Swap any veggie out for another quick-cooking veggie you prefer.


30-Minute Sausage and Cabbage Skillet – 30-Minute Cabbage and Sausage Skillet requiring a handful of basic ingredients makes for a healthy low-carb dinner! Whip it up any time you’re looking for something quick, tasty and filling! One of those amazing quick meals for any busy weeknight dinner.

bowl of sausage and cabbage with a skillet of sausage and cabbage


Special Diet Notes: Recipe is Paleo, whole30 and low-carb.
Prep Ahead: No advance prep is needed, as the recipe comes together in a flash!
Substitutions/Notes: Add your favorite veggies such as broccoli, cauliflower, bok choy, or zucchini.


Bacon Cobb Lettuce Wraps – Cobb salad meets BLT meets lettuce wrap — drizzled with a creamy mustard sauce.

Bacon lettuce wraps with creamy mustard dressing

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo, keto, and whole30
Prep Ahead: No advance prep is needed.
Substitutions/Notes: Use your favorite homemade dressing or swap the bacon for cooked chicken or steak.


Lemon Garlic Baked Chicken Thighs – Lemon Garlic Baked Chicken Thighs are an easy go-to for weeknight meals. Serve them up with your favorite side dishes for a healthy meal.

Large black casserole dish with lemon garlic boneless skinless chicken thighs

Special Diet Notes: This chicken recipe is paleo, keto, and whole30.
Prep Ahead: Marinate the chicken up to 24 hours in advance.
Substitutions/Notes: Serve the chicken with your favorite side dishes. Roasted Vegetables, Broccoli Salad, or Potato Salad are great pairings!


5-Ingredient Harissa Salmon – This spicy Harissa Roasted Salmon is a summertime favorite! There are only 5 ingredients and you can make it on the grill, too. Perfect for palo, keto, and Whole30 eaters.

Harissa Roasted Salmon

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo and keto friendly.
Prep Ahead: No advance prep necessary.
Substitutions/Notes: Roast some vegetables on the same pan or another pan or serve the salmon with a green salad.


Coconut Flour Cookies – Perfectly chewy, gooey, and crispy Coconut Flour Cookies that have show-stopping amazing texture. You’d never guess they’re grain-free! Recipe includes dairy-free and sugar-free options.

Coconut Flour Cookies on a baking sheet

Special Diet Notes: The cookies are paleo as written and can be made low-carb/keto using sugar-free sweetener.
Prep Ahead: The dough can be made up to 2 days ahead of time.
Substitutions/Notes: Use cane sugar or sugar-free sweetener for the sweetener if you’d like to switch out the maple sugar/coconut sugar. Swap the almond butter for peanut butter if desired.


Click HERE to print this week’s grocery list!

healthy meal plan grocery list

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Looking for more meal plans to keep your meal prep game strong? Check out our previous week’s meal plans!



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