Our Menu Plan This Week

Strawberry Muffin Photo

Super healthy strawberry muffins!

Breakfast

  • Chia Pudding with Mangoes
  • Hash Browns with Veggies
  • Tofu Scramble, Fruit, Toast
  • Stove-Top Oatmeal x2
  • Lemon-Blueberry Pancakes
  • Fruit Smoothie, Toast

Lunch

  • Almond “Tuna” Salad x2
  • Avocado Toast, Fruit
  • BLT with Tempeh Bacon
  • Tofu “Egg” Salad Sandwich, Fruit
  • Thin Crust Pizza
  • Leftovers

Dinner

  • Homemade Mac & Cheese with Broccoli, Salad & Pizza (Potluck Dinner)
  • Slow Cooker Curried Vegetable Soup
  • Pasta with Meaty-but-Meatless Sauce & Spinach
  • White Bean Soup, Homemade Biscuits
  • Oven-Roasted Potatoes & Veggies, Kale Salad
  • Kale & Quinoa Salad, Carrot Fries
  • Picnic for Dinner

Snacks/Dessert

New to menu planning? These articles will help:

How to Save Money with Menu Planning
How to Simplify Your Menu Planning Routine
How I Plan Weekly Menus

What’s on your menu this week?

Posted on, February 17, 2014
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Comments
  1. amy says:

    Could you please post your recipes for your pasta sauce and Mac & Cheese with broccoli?

  2. Heather R says:

    Cassie you’ve motivated me to change the way I eat. I recently discovered I love your avocado on toast and I haven’t had meat in two weeks. I do make sure to get protein from other sources and take a multivitamin and I have to say I don’t miss meat at all or crave it, but I find I’m much more tired than usual. Did this happen in the beginning for you as well? Just wondering if its normal and if it goes away once your body adapts.

    • Cassie says:

      Hi Heather. It makes me so happy to hear that you are no longer eating meat! As for tiredness, I was tired too, but like Catherine says, it takes your body a bit of time to adjust and you also may need to eat more (that was my problem – I got tired too because I wasn’t eating enough).

      Start eating more, don’t forget to drink a bunch of water, and see how you feel. Congrats on your healthier eating! :)

      • Heather R says:

        Thank you Catherine and Cassie! I think that may be my problem, not eating enough to make up for it. I wasn’t even thinking of the fact there was fewer calories. I’m so focused on making sure my children are taking in enough food, but forget about myself at times, and yes I do need to drink more water. This time of year I drink lots of herbal tea but I need to keep up with the water too.

    • catherine says:

      Sorry for butting in, but could offer a little advice. When changing your diet it can take some time for your body to adapt, but it shouldn’t last too long. Remember that fruits and vegetables have way fewer calories than animal products so you may also just need to eat more.

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