Meal Plan of the Week – 08/01/2017

I get a lot of questions about what types of things I make for my meal prep. I try to show them all on my Instagram, but I thought it might also be helpful to share what I am making each week here (with more specifics) to give you all some ideas for your own meal plans. I like to keep a variety, but I also go through phases where I am loving one particular meal, so I will try to only share when I mix it up a little 🙂

Note: Your nutrition plan will directly reflect your personal goals and current health status. So your own meal plan will look different depending on your weight, build, and fitness goals. These macros and portions may not work for you, so don’t just copy whatever I’m doing. These posts are meant to give you ideas for your own plan. For a personalized nutrition plan based on your own lifestyle, visit my shop!

Anyway, here is my meal plan this week. I am currently having 5 meals a day, plus protein immediately after my morning workout. (Note: Not included – coconut oil to cook most things, some have olive oil)

Meal 1:

  • Scrambled Eggs: 1 whole egg, 3/4 cup egg beaters, ~1/4 cup frozen kale
  • 1 slice of ezekiel bread, toasted (I like to put my eggs on top)
  • 1 cup of strawberries with 1 tbsp PB2 chocolate

334 calories


  • 1 scoop Herbalife Rebuild protein powder

95 calories

Meal 2:

  • 200g baked spaghetti squash, 4oz 99% lean ground turkey, topped with chopped carrots, celery, and 2 tbsp of sugar free marinara sauce
  • 7 almonds

290 calories

Meal 3:

  • 4oz baked chicken breast seasoned with FlavorGod
  • 100g roasted sweet potato
  • 1 cup roasted broccoli
  • 7 almonds

314 calories

Meal 4:

  • 2 bell peppers stuffed with:
    • 100g 99% lean ground turkey
    • about 2 tbsp sauteed onion
    • 2 tbsp sugar free marinara sauce
  • 7 almonds

282 calories

Meal 5:

  • Taco Salad:
    • 4oz chicken breast
    • 2 cups spinach
    • 30g avocado
    • 2 tbsp salsa
    • 1/4 cup black beans (no salt added)
    • about 1/3 cucumber

281 calories

*Note: I am getting these values from My Fitness Pal. Values may vary depending on brand

As you can see, they are all relatively similar in grams and calories. I try to keep each meal well balanced. I do try to limit my starches and grains as the day goes on, and get most of my carbs at night from vegetables. This is also a fairly high protein diet. Please remember meal plans should be created for how YOUR body functions and your schedule. If you would like a personalized meal plan created specifically for your goals and needs, check out my shop!

If you find this type of post helpful, please let me know. I will continue sharing what I make each week if it is useful!

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