Are you lacking inspiration for meal planning or generally bored with what you’re eating? Here’s a food journal from one day this week (Monday), as well as a brief overview of the rest of the week with links to recipes in case you need any new meal ideas.
- Breakfast: Frittata with tomato, basil, and spinach. I used the recipe in this book for a frittata and then changed a few things. If you want to make enough for leftovers (like we did), you’ll need to add a few more eggs.
- Snack: On days that I do a heavy workout that wears out my muscles, I’ll eat a snack afterwards. I usually eat half a sweet potato with pumpkin pie spice and a protein. This day it was Whole30-friendly turkey (or chicken, I don’t actually remember) wrapped around basil leaves. If you’re doing Whole30, it is incredibly hard to find deli meat without any form of sugar or carrageenan in it, so be sure to read your labels or make your own!
- Lunch: Leftover prosciutto chicken (I posted the recipe here) with spinach and cauliflower.
- Dinner: Citrus-ginger cod (it is in here under “halibut”) with greek salad and roasted rosemary potatoes.
As I mentioned, we usually do some type of scramble with lots of veggies in the morning and leftovers from the night before for lunch. Some other dinners this week were:
- Roasted chicken legs (found here) with adobo spice, collard greens, and broccoli cauliflower soup (also found here).
- Lamb lettuce boats with Avo-ziki sauce (same cookbook– it is one of my favorites).
- Oven baked salmon with salad and broccoli (no recipe). (Wild caught salmon was cheap at Trader Joe’s this week.)
Hopefully that gives you a few suggestions if you’re looking for healthy, whole food, or Whole30 recipes!