For me, a huge part of staying on track is planning out our dinners. I don’t stress about breakfast too much (because I can eat eggs and berries for years on end) and lunch (which is usually leftovers of some sort), but having dinner planned out – even if that’s not exactly what we eat – is the most important thing I do each week to feed my family well.
I’m also doing an almost Whole30 this month – you can read more about the official rules here. My version for this round is going to include the occasional protein shake, something that’s a no-no in a by-the-book Whole30 but my jaw needs the occasional break.
Pressure Cooker Chicken (coconut oil instead of olive. love this recipe for the simplicity – the chicken is awesome but since it’s so simple, it’s easy to throw the carcass back in the pressure cooker in with water and veggies for stock)
Broccoli with clarified butter
Red Potatoes (for the family)
Bunless burgers with guacamole
Sweet Potato fries
White rice (family – soaked, then cooked with homemade chicken stock)
Cauliflower rice (me)
Shredded Beef Taco Roast
Grilled mixed veggies
Buffalo Chicken Ranch Meatballs
Shared at Org Junkie’s Menu Plan Monday, Musings of a Housewife’s Gluten Free Weekly Meal Plan, the Gluten Free Menu Swap at Celiac Family and the Healthy Branscoms What’s for Dinner. Need ideas for dinner? They’ve got them!