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Paleo Weekly Meal Plan – Week 6

Week 6 of our Paleo Weekly Meal Plan includes comforting yet healthy meals that feature winter produce. These meals require hardly any effort to prepare and the majority only need a few ingredients to make. Print the grocery list at the end of the post to make shopping for the week super easy!

Paleo Weekly Meal Plan - Week 6

Another week, another healthy meal plan for ya!

Are you doing anything fun for Valentine’s Day? My partner and I aren’t big on the commercialized version of the holiday, but we ARE into food! The plan is to make a lamb curry and lamb biryani. Drooling just writing about it!

If you’re looking for dessert inspiration, be sure to check out my Keto Flourless Chocolate Cake (it can be made Paleo too!), or my Keto Pots de Crème, or Dairy-Free Crème Brûlée!

Regardless of what you’re doing this weekend, I hope you have a relaxing couple of days and prioritize giving yourself some love!

And what better way to show yourself love than to feed yourself nourishing foods that bring you good energy?!

This week, we’re keeping with winter produce and the meals are not only ultra comforting, they are also ultra easy to make! Most of the recipes require less than 7 ingredients!!

Let’s do it!

Sunday:

Easy 30-Minute Paleo Mongolian Beef – This quick and easy Mongolian Beef recipe is so easy to make, and is soy-free, grain-free, and refined sugar-free! It includes tender yet crispy chunks of flank steak in a sweet and tangy sauce that will knock your socks off!

Easy 30-Minute Paleo Mongolian Beef Recipe - soy-free, refined sugar-free better-than-takeout Mongolian Beef!

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo and whole30.

Prep Ahead: No advance prep is necessary! This recipe comes together in 30 to 40 minutes.

Substitutions/Notes: Use liquid aminos instead of coconut aminos to make low-carb

Monday:

Chipotle-Lime Squash Soup – Use butternut or kabocha squash in this super flavorful, silky squash soup recipe with only a few ingredients!

Easy Chipotle Lime Winter Squash Soup with butternut squash or kabocha squash

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo and Whole30 friendly (watch the ingredients in the chipotle peppers).

Prep Ahead: If using a whole squash, you can roast it ahead of time.

Substitutions/Notes: Use kabocha squash in place of butternut if you like.

Tuesday:

Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes – Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes make for a clean and easy meal that requires very minimal ingredients! This easy recipe can be made in parts ahead of time to minimize prep.

Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes - quick, easy dinner recipe with only a handful of basic ingredients!

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is primal and can be made strictly paleo by omitting the feta cheese

Prep Ahead: Roast the sweet potatoes up to 4 days in advance

Substitutions/Notes: Use rotisserie chicken for a quick and easy meal!

Wednesday:

Easy Cajun Sausage & Rice Skillet – This easy sausage & rice skillet is one of my favorite ONE PAN meals. And bonus — it’s done in about 30 minutes! (And everyone will like it. Honest.)

Cajun Sausage and Rice Skillet with Vegetables

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is gluten & dairy free. If you don’t do rice, there’s an adaptation in the recipe notes.

Prep Ahead: No advance prep needed!

Substitutions/Notes: Swap out the rice for cauli rice to make it keto/low-carb & grain-free.

Thursday:

Paleo Chicken Adobo – Quick and easy Paleo Chicken Adobo recipe made soy-free and refined sugar-free. This sweet and tangy Filipino chicken recipe is amazingly flavorful and results in tender, delicious chicken! Serve it with Cabbage Stir Fry for a real good time!!

Paleo Chicken Adobo - soy-free, refined sugar-free healthy adobo chicken recipe - a Filipino dish.

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo and whole30.

Prep Ahead: Chicken can be marinated up to 24 hours in advance

Substitutions/Notes: Replace the coconut aminos for liquid aminos if desired. This will also make the recipe keto

Friday:

Hot & Sweet Orange Pulled Pork – This sweet and (slightly) spicy meat is a fun twist on pulled pork! It’s great in tacos, wraps, on baked potatoes, or any way you’d eat BBQ pulled pork.

Hot Sweet and Sour Pulled Pork with slow cooker and instant pot instructions.

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is paleo and Whole30 friendly.

Prep Ahead: This can be cooked up to 4-5 days in advance and reheated when necessary. Recipe includes both slow cooker and Instant Pot instructions.

Substitutions/Notes: You can use the buffalo sauce you used in Tuesday’s meal in place of Frank’s Original. Recipe is Whole30 friendly using dates, but if you aren’t doing a round, feel free to use honey or another type of sweetener instead. Serve pulled pork over salad greens, rice, or alongside some roasted vegetables.

Dessert:

Keto Chocolate Chip Cookie Muffins – Keto Chocolate Chip Cookie Muffins are the best of both worlds. Crispy top, soft buttery interior, so much chocolate goodness in each bite!

Keto Chocolate Chip Muffin Cookies - grain-free, sugar-free, low-carb and amazing! A thicker cookie or a denser muffin? Basically a dream treat.

Grocery List:

Click HERE to print this week’s grocery list so you can snag all your groceries in one haul! 😉

Paleo Meal Plan Grocery List - Week 6

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