Happy Easter! I hope all our Paleo challengers are enjoying their own "last suppers" and getting their last minute "fixes" in before we go Paleo tomorrow!
Like the rest of us, I'm sure, Lynn bravely admitted last night that she has some anxiety over what to fix this week. As I started into, "Do you like xyz? Try abc...," we agreed I should just post a few things that might help anyone else get started.
This is not the end-all-be-all of meal plans and recipes. By all means, please suggest, research, post, and create your own. This is just stuff I've been trying out for awhile and had pretty good success with last week as I had to cut a few lbs for the Strongman/woman competition. You'll find a few recipes below and the meal plan is color-coded to help you see where you would eat leftovers.
As I'm writing this, I'm roasting my sweet potato hashbrowns and some mixed vegetables. And cooking BACON. (Because everything's better with bacon but no one wants to make it the morning of a work day.) I'll have the potatoes and vegetables already made for quick sides, the veggies can go in an omelet, and I like the hashbrowns with a fried egg and avocado in the morning.
Please put any thoughts, suggestions, or questions below so we can all benefit from the conversation. Feel free to email me any of your own favorite recipes to post here, firstname.lastname@example.org.
REMINDER: Put your $10 in the bucket and get your measurements done!
Sweet potato hashbrowns (recipe below) and some veggies for the next few days (zucchini, onions, and mushrooms roasted with olive oil, salt, pepper, and oregano).
Love this steamer - perfect veggies every time. A ton of tupperware will come in handy. And the spiralizer is fun for zucchini noodles.
A few of the bulk proteins we keep in the freezer from Costco.