Meal Plan (June 18 – June 24)

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If you are my meal plan, I have been sharing free, for a period of seven days flexible healthy diet plan (here you can see my meal plan), is the purpose of the plan as a guide, there are plenty of wiggle room for you to add more food, coffee, drinks, fruits, snacks, dessert, wine, etc. You should need about 1,500 calories a day.

There’s also an accurate, organized list of shopping’s that will make it easier and easier for grocery stores. Save your money and time. You don’t eat out often, waste less food, and have everything you need to keep you on track.

Finally, if you join my Skinnytaste Facebook community on Facebook, where everyone shares photos of their recipes, you can join. I love all the ideas you share!

PS – if you want to make your own meal plan, you can search for recipes by course in the index.

Details:

Breakfast and lunch on Mondays and fridays are for service 1, while dinner on Saturdays and Sundays and all meals are for families of four. Some recipes allow enough leftovers for the remaining two nights or for lunch the next day. While we truly believe that there is no one size for all dietary plans, we try to come up with something that appeals to a wide range of individuals. Everything is weight warden friendly, I include the updated weight warden freestyle point for your convenience, change any recipe you want or just use it for inspiration!

The grocery list is comprehensive, including everything you need to make all your meals in the plan. I even include brand Suggestions for products I like and use frequently. Cross-check your closet, because you’ll find a lot of spices I use a lot, so you probably already have a lot.

Last but not least, the diet plan is flexible and realistic. Cocktails, healthy snacks, desserts and dinners have plenty of room for manoeuvre. If necessary, you can move something around and make it work with your schedule. If you use these plans, please let me know, which will help me decide whether to continue sharing them!

Monday (June 18)

B: yogurt chocolate muffin with 1 cup mixed berries (7) (0)

L: asparagus, eggs and bacon salad with Dijon vinegar (3) and apples (0)

D: Cavatelli corn, tomatoes and zucchini in summer (7)

Total: 17 free points, 882 calories *

Tuesday (June 19)

B: yogurt chocolate muffin with 1 cup mixed berries (7) (0)

L: LEFTOVER summer Cavatelli corn, tomatoes and zucchini (7)

D: tucker fills the zucchini boat (5)

Total: 19 free points, 855 calories *

Wednesday (June 20)

B: yogurt chocolate muffins (7) 1 cup cube cantaloupe (0)

L: LEFTOVER summer Cavatelli corn, tomatoes and zucchini (7)

D: sausage and potatoes summer vegetables (7)

Total: free 21 points, 864 calories *

Thursday (June 21)

B: yogurt chocolate muffins (7) 1 cup cube cantaloupe (0)

L: spiral Greek cucumber salad with lemon and goat cheese (7)

D: Turkey burger with zucchini (3) and low carbon potato salad (4)

Total: free 21 points, 848 calories *

Friday (June 22)

B: two boiled eggs (0) and a cup of cherry

L: LEFTOVER Turkey burgers with zucchini (3) and low-carbon potato salad (4)

D: aluminum foil Indian shrimp (4)

Total number: free 11, calories 911 *

Saturday (June 23)

B: easy bagel with 2 strips of bacon (2), 1 egg (0) and an orange (0)

L: summer pasta salad with turquoise (5)

D: dinner!

Total: 10 free points, 515 calories *

Sunday (June 24)

B: LEFTOVER bagel (3) 2 tablespoons light cream cheese (3) and 1 cup cherry (0)

L: minced salad with shrimp, tahini and bacon (Recipe x 2)

D: general chicken (5) with 1 cup of broccoli “rice” (0)

Total: free 18 points, 933 calories *

* this is just a guide. Women should aim for about 1,500 calories a day. Here’s a useful calculator to estimate your calorie needs. I left enough wiggle room to add more food, such as coffee, drinks, fruit, snacks, desserts, wine, etc.

** double bagel dough for Sunday leftovers

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