7 Day Dinner Meal Plan

Feb 26, 2020 | Nutrition, Wellness

I want to make your life a little bit easier and a little bit healthier, so I’ve put together a 7-day dinner meal plan for you. These meals are all super yummy, easy to make of course and very nutrient rich. Use any leftovers you have for lunch, it’s a great way to ensure you don’t waste food and you eat something healthy to fuel your body throughout the day. Let me know in the comments below if you enjoyed this blog post and would like more weekly dinner plan ideas.

How to make this achievable: grab a piece of paper and a pen, had a read through the recipes, write down the ingredients you need (I like to section off the paper into ‘protein to buy’, ‘vegetables’, ‘grains’, ‘nuts/seeds’, ‘condiments/herbs’.) This way when I’m in a particular part of the supermarket I can get everything generally in one section.

MondayCleansing quinoa, carrot & almond salad. A great plant-based dish that is high in fibre and plant based proteins to kick start #meatfreemonday. This recipe serves 4-5, if you’re cooking for one half the recipe.

TuesdaySimple prawn salad. A recipe you can whip up in 15-minutes. I personally love to keep prawns in my freeze so I always have them at the ready to make meals like this. This recipe serves 2.

WednesdayMiso chicken – one pan meal. Who doesn’t love a simple one plan meal! This one is super yummy and easy to make. This recipes serves 2.

ThursdayBeetroot carrot and quinoa fritters. Another yummy plant-based meal. Plant-based meals are easy on the wallet and high in fibre, which is important for gut health and proper bowel elimination. This recipes serves 2, enjoy it on a bed of leafy greens and top with goats feta (my personal fave).

FridayBaked eggs and veggies – one pan meal. A super simple hassle free dish to make after a long busy week. I like to enjoy this with a side of avocado or topped off with goats feta. This recipes serves 3-4.

SaturdaySpaghetti with chicken, mushroom, broccoli, peas & basil pesto. Who doesn’t love pasta! This is healthier pasta to enjoy with family and friends that’s gluten-free, full of protein and vegetables and healthy fats from the yummy basil pesto. This recipes serves 2.

SundayBaked lamb chops with roasted vegetables and mint yoghurt dressing – one pan meal. It’s always nice to keep dinners simple on Sunday, so this recipe is a good one to have on hand that the whole family will enjoy!

Hi I’m Natalie, a Registered Clinical Nutritionist, health influencer, blog writer & recipe creator. My own health complications prompted me to make positive diet & lifestyle changes, revitalize my health leading to a career change from the corporate world to nutritional medicine. I believe in a wholefoods approach to good health, focusing on simple strategies for modern, busy people. 

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