Whole30 – Week 3 Meal Plan

Whole30 shopping is different than our regular shopping. I used to be able to shop every 2 weeks but with so many more vegetables and fruits I now have to shop every week. And despite the fact that we aren’t buy all of the old foods we used to eat it’s still more expensive. I’m still trying to figure out how to manage our budget and shopping to accommodate clean eating. Meal planning has been a huge life saver and I’m sure we are spending more than necessary because we are still learning so hopefully we’ll get into a grove.

Whole30 Week 3

MondayDay 14
Breakfast: Hard Boiled Eggs and Veggies
Lunch: Leftover Pork Loin
Dinner: Stuffed Peppers

TuesdayDay 15
Breakfast: Grapefruit
Lunch: Chorizo
Dinner: Chicken Fajitas

WednesdayDay 16
Breakfast: Omelet
Lunch: Sweet Potato & Ham
Dinner: Beef Stew

ThursdayDay 17
Breakfast: Bacon and Fried Egg
Lunch: Taco Salad
Dinner: Curry Chicken

FridayDay 18
Breakfast: Canadian Bacon & Eggs
Lunch: Leftover Curry
Dinner: Chili

SaturdayDay 19
Breakfast: Smoothies, Bacon and Eggs
Lunch: Leftover Chili
Dinner: Burgers & Sweet Potato Fries

SundayDay 20
Breakfast: Canadian Bacon & Eggs
Lunch: Leftover Burgers
Dinner: Coffee Braised Chili Beef & Baked Cauliflower and Sweet Potatoes

Also See: Week 1 Meal Plan, Week 2 Meal Plan, Week 4 Meal Plan

I’m finding that planning breakfasts and lunches are good but I don’t always stick to the plan. Sometimes I plan on leftovers but then there aren’t any so I have to improvise. Sometimes I plan on eggs for breakfast but I’m not really feeling it so I switch it up. I make a plan so I at least have a rough draft to follow. I do follow my dinner meal plans pretty closely since meat has to be thawed and such but every once in a while I’ll switch a few days.

Jessica is a family lifestyle blogger living in Raleigh, NC with her husband and four sons (7, 4, 3 and 1). Jessica started thebkeepsushonest.com in November of 2009, but has been blogging since 2003. Jessica writes about family life, recipes, travel and products for families. She is also a Work-from-home-mom who manages marketing and social media for a local accounting company.

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