Grain Free Meal Plan

This sample grain free meal plan includes simple and healthy recipes that your family will love! All of my recipes are grain free, dairy optional and vegetable oil free.

Meal planning saves our family money each month and it also saves me a lot of time and reduces the stress of trying to figure out what to cook each day. I spend less time in the grocery store since I know exactly what I need to buy and I spend less time cooking since I can batch foods and cook meals ahead of time.

One Week Grain Free Meal Plan:

Monday: Stuffed Bell Peppers with Guacamole

Tuesday: Roasted Chicken and Veggies

Wednesday: Skillet Steak with Sweet Potato Latkes and Roasted Veggies

Thursday: Sausage Stuffed Winter Squash

Friday: Curried Shrimp and Veggies

Saturday: Stuffed Chicken Breast with Loaded Cauliflower

Sunday: Leftovers or big salad

I’m also making a huge batch of chocolate coconut clusters (with 90% cocoa chocolate) for the kids to have for snacks on the go.

I try to buy ingredients from local sources whenever possible, but when I can’t, I order them from trusted sources. My full list of sources is available on this page.

Want an easier way?

Meal planning has been so helpful for us and saved me so much time and money that I wanted to create a system that would help others save time and money as well. After years of work, I am so excited to be able to share my Wellness Mama Meals planning system with others.

My new Wellness Mama Meals system includes a Meal Plan Generator that allows you to create a custom grain free meal plan based on your families’ preferences and family size with a simple drag and drop menu. The generator also creates a printable shopping list customized to your choices and family size. There are hundreds of recipes to choose from and all are kid-tested and family approved.

I only open Wellness Mama Meals to new members a few times a year and only to my email subscribers, but if you want to be notified the next time spots are available, you can reserve your spot here.

What’re you cooking this week? Share below!

Reader Comments

  1. says

    My menu plan for dinners for the week (Monday thru Friday)

    Monday – Roast Chicken w/ roasted cauliflower and steamed green beans

    Tuesday – Breakfast for Dinner! Coconut Flour Pancakes w/ homemade applesauce, and homemade sausage

    Wednesday – Skirt Steak Tacos with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cheese, gaucamole, and homemade salsa – trying a new recipe for coconut flour wraps from The Spunky Coconut website…hope they’re good!

    Thursday – Corned Beef with roasted brussel sprouts, red potatoes, and carrots

    Friday – Broiled Whitefish Parmesan and Creamed Spinach

    Sweet Potato Latkes are a favorite here at our house – it’s great to see them on your menu too! I could eat them every day I think – we had them this past week w/ coconut flour breaded chicken strips.

    We LOVE the Chocolate Coconut Clusters! Thank you so much for that recipe! I made a batch on Friday for this week – but since I can’t keep my hubby out of them, I’ll probably end up making more mid-week. I should have just gone ahead and doubled the recipe!

    Today I’m also making a big batch of cheese crisps for the little guy, to go along with the beef jerky he loves for snacks.

  2. Shirley says

    I have enjoyed reading your reasons for not eating grains. I could use a little help. My husband and son are both long haul truckers. My husband had a heart attack 3 years ago. He has since lost some weight – he is not overweight. I pack all of their meals and it is VERY difficult not to have some bread in their meals. I have to watch saturated fat and salt as well. Most of their food needs to be eaten with their fingers as they drive and at this point all is eaten cold. It is a REAL challenge to put enough mini meals together that are healthy and handy for at least 7 days out. Any ideas would be wonderful.
    Shirley

    • Deni says

      Highly recommend Grain Brain book by David Perlmutter, MD.
      I have found at least one very good grain free bread recipe if you are interested.

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