Yesterday I gave you a little hint that I would be posting something very special today.  However I didn’t tell you why I thought about it.  Well, Monday morning while at my 6am Crossfit WOD I was talking to a fellow crossfitter and MVT challenger and she said her biggest obstacle was coming up with her weekly menu.  And because I was curious when I first started down the Paleo lifestyle route I wanted to share a sample week menu with links to some of my recipes and some from other Paleo Foodies out there.  And for another sample, check out the latest post by Elana from Elana’s Pantry where she is also sharing a Paleo Weekly Menu.   As I mentioned to all of you yesterday, I’m not a Paleo expert by any means and every person may need more or less in their diet.  What I worked on below is only my suggestions and I only hope this helps someone out there as they start down the road towards a Paleo Lifestyle….which I happen to think ROCKS!

Sunday

Breakfast:

Skillet Sweet Potato, Sausage, and Spinach Hash

Fresh Berries

 Lunch:

Chicken Salad with Roasted Bell Peppers in Avocado Cup

Green Salad with Veggies

Dinner:

Sundried Tomato Bacon Wrapped Meatloaf Rounds

Cauliflower Carrot Herb Mash

Monday

Breakfast:

Egg Muffins

Mixed Berries

Lunch:

Portabella Chicken BLT Stack

Sweet Potato Chips

Dinner:

Garlic Herb Crusted Pork Tenderloin

Roasted Asparagus

Sweet Potato Mash

Tuesday

Breakfast:

2 scrambled eggs

Turkey or Pork Bacon

½ avocado

Lunch:

Chicken Vegetable Lettuce Cups

Guacomole

Dinner:

Salmon with Sweet and Spicy Rub                                               

Cauliflower Rice

Roasted Broccoli

Wednesday

Breakfast:

2 fried eggs

Breakfast Sausage

Fresh Raspberries

Lunch:

Lemon Herb Rubbed Chicken

Beet, Carrot, Apple Salad

Dinner:

Paleo Spaghetti

Thursday

Breakfast:

Veggie Scramble

Bacon

Lunch:

Tabil Seasoned Sauteed Shrimp

Dinner:

Chicken Pot Pie

Side Salad

Friday

Breakfast:

Apple, Butternut Squash, Bacon Hash

Mixed Berries

Lunch:

Mint Lamb Burgers

Butternut Squash Fries

Dinner:

Crispy Chicken Thigh, Sauteed Spinach, Califlower Garlic Mash

Saturday

Breakfast:

Apple Coconut Waffles

Turkey or Pork Bacon

Lunch:

Sundried Tomato Herb Chicken Sliders

Side Salad

Dinner:

Cinnamon Chili Rubber Pork Tenderloin with Apple Salsa

Carrot Parsnip Puree

Snack Ideas: Carrots, Deli Turkey/Meat, Paleo Stixs (Steve’s Original), Almonds, Fresh Fruit, Coconut Butter, and fresh veggies.

Remember, this is for people that want to incorporate more nutrient dense foods into their diet by eliminating the grains that are toxic to a large percentage of us. So, bottom line…eat your veggies for your “carbs” because they’re far more nutrient dense than grains.  And if you are totally scared and worried about time during the week fix a few things over the weekend to heat up during the week.  You don’t have to follow this by any means, these are just suggestions.  Many times I find myself making a lot in order to have left-over’s for the week.

You can also check out my new e-cookbook for meal ideas for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and even Snacks.  It has a total of 70 recipes to keep you on track with your Paleo lifestyle.

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You can find other great menu suggestions in Robb Wolf’s book The Paleo Solution, Sarah Fragoso’s book Everyday Paleo, and from the awesome Whole30 plan.  And if you are not familiar with the blog Nom Nom Paleoyou better get familiar soon!  She pretty much rocks.  I’m always looking forward to reading her blog to see what she ate and cooked in her day.  She posts everyday on what she ate….I seriously don’t know how she does it but I’m so glad she does! Looking for other Paleo bloggers to follow? Here are some of my everyday reads:

Nom Nom Paleo

Paleo Parents

Balanced Bites

Primal-Palate

Everyday Paleo

Health-Bent

Robb Wolf

The Clothes Make the Girl

Paleo Comfort Foods

Hopefully this helps some of you that have just jumped on the Paleo wagon and even for those Paleo followers who are looking for some new recipes to try.  And for those newbies, I welcome you to a new lifestyle that will amaze you in more ways than one.

Happy Paleo Eating!!

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31 Responses to Weekly Paleo Meal Plan

  1. leslie says:

    It all look delicious…especially those waffles!

  2. Natalie says:

    Thank you very much for this post. I stumbled upon your blog a little while back from the chowstalker site. I love your pictures and recipes! My husband and I are participating in the Whole30 challenge this month and I am in need of great recipes. Meal planning is especially important to me with 3 kids, and being new to paleo/primal eating. Thanks again for the weekly menu.

  3. A says:

    Thank you SO much for this!!!

  4. CJ says:

    Love this post! I made your banana muffins (with the almond butter, almond flour, no sugar) and it turned out delicious. Sorry to have deviated a little bit though, used 3/4 cup almond flour and 1/4 cup coconut flour – anyway, I still give you the credit for posting them up. My non-paleo husband loved it…. ended up only leaving me 1 :( I guess I have to make more ’cause the bananas are getting ripe! By the way, hope you don’t mind me adding you on my blog roll.

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  6. Gracey says:

    This is a great post! Thank you for some different creative paleo recipe ideas :)

  7. Kaylene says:

    Thanks so much for this. We have just started Paleo about 2 months ago. I am now to the point where i can easily have 10 meals planned out at a time with Grocery list available to make easy shopping. But i need more meal options, this post will be so helpful, Thanks!!

  8. bakinghomesteader says:

    THANK YOU so much for this! I have eaten paleo for a while due to Celiac (not for weight loss as I weight 108). I just needed some more creative ideas. :)

  9. Caro says:

    This was so incredibly helpful to get my hubby & I on the paleo life. He says that the Skillet Hash was the BEST breakfast he’s ever had that wasn’t, you know, stuffed French toast with whipped cream sort of brekky. :) Thank you!!!

  10. Roxanne says:

    Thank you so much!! This is really going to help me stay on track, and hopefully get the rest of my family more on board. I especially appreciate you linking to other good Paleo food blogs.

  11. Tessa says:

    I am a new fan/follower of your site and absolutely love it!! We’ve decided to try the paleo lifestyle and as a busy working mom, the last thing I needed was another initiative with little knowledge. We stumbled onto your site and fell in love…this is day 2 of your meal plan above and the recipes are absolutely fantastic!! Thanks for making it easy and healing the transition!!

  12. MDelicious says:

    Hi Tessa!
    Welcome to Paleo!! So happy you stumbled across my site. If you have any questions along the way please don’t hesitate to send me an email at multiplydelicious(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. Marcy says:

    My friend started paleo a while ago and piqued my interest. We got a new puppy in October and have been feeding her a species appropriate diet and I figured if we were working so hard on her diet, we should probably work at least as hard on our own :)
    I am making my first paleo family dinner menu for the week and this post has helped a lot. It might take a while to replace the Thursday tortilla night and Friday pizza night for the kids, but 5 nights of paleo is way better than none! Next step, lunches…

  18. MDelicious says:

    Marcy, I’m proud of you for also starting to work hard on your diet. I wish you nothing but the best with Paleo. You are on the right direction to better your health. :) You might have roadblocks along the way but you can do it.

  19. Ian says:

    Great menu, thanks for sharing it…

  20. Tiffany says:

    Oh my gosh! I am new to this paleo diet, but im super excited about it especially after reading your recipes. I was just wondering, how often you post new meals ad the easiest way to go about this each week in means of shopping? Do u have a grocery list? I know that must sound ridiculous, Im just seriously trying to find the simplest way to go about this. thank so much! I loo forward to your blog and menu’s thank you!!!!

  21. Carleton says:

    I love the recipes and meal plan…. but where can I find the grocery list for this plan? It is a little hard to deconstruct all the recipes and try to find out how much of “what” we need for the week.

  22. MDelicious says:

    Carleton,

    You should look at the meal planning service I offer if you are looking for complete plans and grocery lists.

  23. IraBraceloff says:

    When it comes to paleo that too for beginners, deciding upon which recipe to try would be a daunting task. Here you have given a wide variety of recipes for the weekly plan. Trying this would be interesting and following paleo would be easy.

  24. fantastic! always good to see a nice creative paleo plan and just picked up a copy of the book its really good. thanks!

  25. This wonderful paleo meal plan ideas will surely help me in planning my weekly recipe which has been too daunting for me lately. Without a plan, sometimes I get off track on what I am supoosed to eat. Thankyou for this very enticing and creative recipe. I will surely come back for more.

  26. Jennifer says:

    Wow! Your blog is awesome! I’m just starting the paleo diet with my kids and hubby and your recipes are simple, affordable, straight forward, and they look delicious. Thanks for the GREAT resource!

  27. I absolutely love your blog!!

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