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7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (June 13-19)

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A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. All recipes include macros and links to WW recipe builder to get your personal points.

7 Day Healthy Meal Plan

If you are lucky enough to still have your dad with you, make sure you show him some love this Father’s Day! Whether that special father figure is a steak, fish, or pork man- I’ve got a recipe for him! And don’t forget dessert! Happy Father’s Day to all the biological  dads, step dads, adopted dads and those who choose to step up and be that figure-I hope you all have a great day!

With grocery prices soaring, many of us are having to adjust, scale back and/or get more creative with our meals. One of the absolute BEST ways to stay within a budget and maintain healthy eating habits is to MEAL PLAN. You can get more 5-day Budget Friendly Meal Plans by signing up for Relish+ (get a 14-day free trial here!)

You’re invited to join a free live, interactive video chat with Danielle Hazard from the Skinnytaste team. She’ll be talking all about the meal plans that we create, plus giving you tips on how to customize them using Relish+. She can answer any questions you have about the plans themselves or just healthy eating and meal planning in general. Sign up here, hope to see you there!

Ultimate Skinnytaste Meal Planner

Skinnytaste Ultimate Meal Planner

I’m also excited to share the Skinnytaste Ultimate Meal Planner is now available! The 52 week spiral bound meal planner has weekly meal planning grids you can tear out and put on your fridge if you wish, a 12-week meal plan, 30 (15 new) recipes, and tear-out grocery lists. I love starting my week with gratitude, affirmations and intentions, so I included a space for that as well. I hope you will love this as much as I do!

Skinnytaste Ultimate Meal Planner

Buy the meal planner here:

A note about WW Personal Points:

I no longer provide points since they vary on the new Weight Watchers plans but I do provide links to WW Personal points recipe builder for all recipes. Look for the orange button in the recipe card says my WW personal points. Click on that and it takes you to the Weight Watchers website where you can see the WW points and add it to your day (US only, you must be logged into your account). All cookbook recipes in the cookbook index are also updated!

About The Meal Plan

If you’re new to my meal plans, I’ve been sharing these free, 7-day flexible healthy meal plans (you can see my previous meal plans here) that are meant as a guide, with plenty of wiggle room for you to add more food, coffee, beverages, fruits, snacks, dessert, wine, etc. or swap recipes out for meals you prefer, you can search for recipes by course in the index. Depending on your goals, you should aim for at least 1500 calories* per day. There’s no one size fits all, this will range by your goals, your age, weight, etc.

There’s also a precise, organized grocery list that will make grocery shopping so much easier and much less stressful. Save you money and time. You’ll dine out less often, waste less food and you’ll have everything you need on hand to help keep you on track.

Lastly, if you’re on Facebook join my Skinnytaste Facebook Community where everyone’s sharing photos of recipes they are making, you can join here. I’m loving all the ideas everyone’s sharing! If you wish to get on the email list, you can subscribe here so you never miss a meal plan!

Meal Plan:

Breakfast and lunch Monday-Friday, are designed to serve 1 while dinners and all meals on Saturday and Sunday are designed to serve a family of 4. Some recipes make enough leftovers for two nights or lunch the next day. The grocery list is comprehensive and includes everything you need to make all meals on the plan.

MONDAY (6/13)
B: Berry Cottage Cheese Breakfast Bowl
L: Grilled Chicken, Strawberry and Avocado Salad with Citrus Dressing*
D: Tofu Stir Fry with Vegetables in a Sesame Soy Sauce with ¾ cup brown rice
Total Calories: 1,089**

TUESDAY (6/14)
B: 2 hard-boiled eggs and 1 cup cantaloupe
L: LEFTOVER Grilled Chicken, Strawberry and Avocado Salad with Citrus Dressing
D: Taco Stuffed Zucchini Boats with Arroz Congri

Total Calories: 1,008**

B: Berry Cottage Cheese Breakfast Bowl
L: Turkey Club with 8 baby carrots
D: Orecchiette Pasta with Chicken Sausage and Broccoli

Total Calories: 935**

B: 2 hard-boiled eggs and 1 cup cantaloupe
L: LEFTOVER Orecchiette Pasta with Chicken Sausage and Broccoli
D: Sheet Pan Italian Chicken and Veggie Dinner

Total Calories: 950**

FRIDAY (6/17)
B: Berry Cottage Cheese Breakfast Bowl
L: LEFTOVER Orecchiette Pasta with Chicken Sausage and Broccoli
D: Shrimp Fajita Bowls

Total Calories: 987**

B: Tex Mex Breakfast Casserole
L: Turkey Club (recipe x 4) with 8 baby carrots

Total Calories: 627**

SUNDAY (6/19)
B: LEFTOVER Tex Mex Breakfast Casserole
L: Farro Salad with Feta, Cucumbers and Sun Dried Tomatoes with 3 ounces grilled chicken breast
D: Grilled Balsamic Steak with Tomatoes and Arugula with Grilled Vegetable Orzo Pasta Salad

Total Calories: 1,110**

*Prep Sunday night, if desired.
**This is just a guide, women should aim for around 1500 calories per day. Here’s a helpful calculator to estimate
your calorie needs. I’ve left plenty of wiggle room for you to add more food such as coffee, beverages, fruits,
snacks, dessert, wine, etc.

*Google doc

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4 comments on “7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (June 13-19)”

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    Kelli R Jackson

    Love this week’s meals! I love cottage cheese, but more for savory dishes so I’m using Greek yogurt for tat dish. Thank you for all of your hard work. It is very much appreciated!!

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    Sheila A Schroeder

    I’m so disappointed in the recipe selections this week. I see increasingly that red and green veggie peppers are in most dishes along with other pepper related seasonings. I find it difficult to reinvent the recipes with replacements to avoid these offending items that I can’t digest and get a serious reaction from. I’d like to see greater variety of veggie ingredients instead of peppers over and over again. I am also wheat, soy and corn intolerant, so that adds another layer. What can I do?