2.06.2017

Whole 30 Meal Plan: Week Two

Nothing compares to a Monday....Especially the Monday after the Super Bowl....Particularly after a game that went into overtime for the first time in Super Bowl history.

Are you as tired as I am? #RISEUPANYWAY

While my heart broke for the Atlanta Falcons, I was so excited and thrilled with Lady Gaga's halftime performance. She is a tremendous entertainer and has a set of pipes to back it up. A few years ago when we were stationed in Texas, I had the pleasure of seeing her live in concert. You can reminisce with me and read all about it here.  

Although I am on day twenty something into my fourth round of Whole 30, I'm finally going to share my meal plan for week two. This should have been posted last week, but I decided to provide a few guilt-free, Whole 30 snack ideas since the big game was coming up. Plus, I used that post to share my most favorite Super Bowl halftime performance of ALL time.

Now that the big event is behind us, let's focus on our weekly meal plan.


Keep in mind that I make modifications to each recipe to ensure it is 100% compliant with Whole 30. For a list of all things Whole 30, feel free to browse some of these posts:


And without further delay, here is a peek at my meal plan for week two complete:

Whole 30
Week Two
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Monday
Coffee with NutPods Creamer
Aidells Chicken & Apple Sausage
Apple w/Almond Butter
Roasted Veggies/Mashed Potatoes
Chicken Salad
Roasted Broccoli/Celery with Ranch Dressing
Tuesday
Instant Pot Chicken Wings
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Wednesday
Thursday
Wendy's
Friday
Leftover Steak
Roasted Broccoli
Nuts
Instant Pot Salsa Chicken
Guacamole
Broccoli
Saturday
Kale & Onion Omelet
Bacon
Coffee with NutPods Creamer
Chipotle
Grilled Pork Chops
Brussels Sprout Chips
Sunday
Leftover Pork Chop
Brussels Sprouts
Coffee with NutPods Creamer
Leftover Salsa Chicken in a Lettuce Wrap with Avocado
Instant Pot BBQ Ribs
Roasted Broccoli
Twice Baked Potatoes
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9 comments:

  1. Wendy's?! What the heck can you get from there?!

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    1. A plain burger patty with tomato wrapped in lettuce and a plain baked potato on the side. Actually, I had two of the burger orders and used ghee on the potato at home. It was after dance and nobody has time to cook after that.

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  2. Thank you for linking uuuup!!!! So exciting!

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  3. This is great! My husband and I aren't eating completely Whole 30, but we are trying to eat healthier meals, so these are great ideas!

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    1. Thanks! I am looking forward to the days where we don't eat completely Whole 30 - assuming I don't fall too far from the wagon.

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  4. Leftovers from dinner = totally the way to do breakfast on Whole30! Love that you've found good ways to do eating out - that was another difficult part. Have you picked up any cashew butter yet??

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