I worked on this post last year and it happens to be one of the most popular pages on the blog.  I thought it would make it easier for everyone to find also so I now have a link on the side of the page that will take you directly to this page.  I created this post to help others on their journey with Paleo.  Especially starting off.  Let’s face it, Paleo can be a little scary when you first start.

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!  If you are looking for another great resource for meal planning take a peak at eMeals and their latest Paleo Meal Plan.  You can see more details on eMeals in my post Paleo Meals Made Easy.

Remember, I’m not a Paleo expert by any means and every person may need more or less in their diet.

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 find other great menu suggestions in Robb Wolf’s book The Paleo SolutionSarah Fragoso’s book Everyday Paleo, and from the awesome Whole30 plan.  And if you are not familiar with the blog Nom Nom Paleo you 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

PaleOMG

Against All Grain

Civilized Caveman

Paleo Parents

Balanced Bites

Primal-Palate

Everyday Paleo

Health-Bent

Robb Wolf

 

 

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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3 Responses to Paleo Weekly Menu

  1. Katie says:

    thanks for the recipes

  2. IraBraceloff says:

    Great and colorful weekly recipe!!! Seems very delicious and yummy. Thank you for the share!

  3. Thanks for the great recipes. I am looking forward to passing them on to my patients.

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