Here’s a week of Quick Healthy Meals to inspire you as you start to plan out what recipes you want to cook next week.
I get a lot of requests for weekly meal plans so I decided to start putting some posts together to give you a little inspiration! I’ll share a few recipes to give you ideas for breakfasts, lunches and dinners!
If you guys like this series, I’ll try to keep it up! My thought is to have some kind of theme for each week- this week being “a week of quick, healthy meals”. I brainstormed a few other ideas including a week of:
- Gluten-Free Meals
- Paleo Meals
- Vegan Meals
- Slow Cooker Meals
- Meals all from a certain magazine like Cooking Light or Eating Well
Be sure to let me know in the comments if you like this series idea and if you have suggestions for other weekly themes!
Alright…so here we go:
- Oatmeal on the Go via Dietitian Debbie Dishes
- Egg Waffles via The Lean Green Bean
- Smashed Miso Avocado + Egg via Jeanette’s Healthy Living
- Flax Cranberry Breakfast Cookies via Back To Her Roots
- Berry Cheesecake Smoothie via Cotter Crunch
- Power Chicken Hummus Bowl via Nutritious Eats
- Salmon Chop Salad via The Lean Green Bean
- Crispy Black Bean Burritos via Two Peas and Their Pod
- Tuna & Apple Lunchbox Sandwiches via Delightful Made
- Madras Lentil Soup via Peas and Crayons
- Thai Turkey Meatballs with Peanut Dipping Sauce via Ari’s Menu
- Red Lentil Curry with Sweet Potato Noodles via Food, Faith, Fitness
- Grilled Salmon with Avocado Salsa via The Cookie Rookie
- Freezer Chicken Tenders via The Lean Green Bean
- Pesto Grilled Shrimp via Closet Cooking
Want to get a head start on the week by doing some Food Prep over the weekend? Here are some ideas based on this week of meals:
- Bake a batch of breakfast cookies for grab and go breakfasts throughout the week.
- Prep a few jars of oatmeal and keep them in the fridge for breakfast on a busy morning.
- Make a batch of quinoa and use some in wraps for lunch.
- Make some tuna salad for a quick packable lunch.
- Grill or bake some chicken to have on hand to add to salads for lunch.
- Make a pot of soup to eat for lunch or dinner throughout the week.
- Make a couple batches of freezer chicken tenders to stock your freezer.
- Make and bake your meatballs so all you have to do is reheat them for dinner.
- Chop veggies. Eat them raw for snacks or have them ready to throw on a roasting pan for a side dish.
Want more ideas? Check out the full gallery of weekly meal plans here.
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