Here are some breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner ideas to help you create a personal meal plan. The aim with this particular plan is to be as dairy, refined sugar, processed free, and gluten limited as possible with plant-based emphasis for a 10 day(ish) period. Use this as a tool to aid your family in detoxing from unhealthy habits and focusing on building healthy new ones! Check out my post on tips for meal planning here.
Oatmeal, one of my favorite all time breakfast options with so many varieties. Pair with your favorite fruits, seeds and or nuts!
Check out these Kid friendly Quick Oats
If you are also trying to avoid or reduce caffeine intake try swapping coffee for organic green or cinnamon hot tea.
Smoothies are a great option for either breakfast, lunch, snack and sometimes even dinner. Plug them in when and how suits you. Serve with a side like a handful of nuts or seeds to round it out.
Burrito in Bowl – this can be made 1000 ways here is one way! I like base of black beans and or quinoa.
Ezekiel Toast & Guacamole
Hummus – Raw veggies – Nuts – Fresh Fruit – Popcorn – Nut butters
Dinner is often were we struggle most. We get stuck in a rut or just do not have the time to invest in a decent meal. Plan meals that work with your schedule, prepping parts in advance when you can.
If you have not read my Meal Planning Post check it out and let me know what helpful tips you would add.
The natural sweeteners I like best are local raw honey, pure maple syrup, and date syrup. You can find lots of baking recipes online that use gluten free flours and these natural sugars that will curve almost any sweet tooth!
Allergy Friendly Energy Bites:
1/4 cup Vanilla Complete
1/4 hemp heart seeds
1/2 cup of ground flax
1/2 cup natural unsweetened sunflower butter
1/3 cup maple syrup
1/3 cup Enjoy life dark chocolate chips – optional if avoiding refines sugar
Mix and roll into small bite sized balls
Store on counter, fridge or freezer
Thank you for being on this messy adventure with me!
Live well friends,