Free 7-Day Healthy Meal Plan (December 25-31)

Free 7-Day Healthy Meal Plan (December 25-31)

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Free 7-Day Flexible Weight Loss Meal Plan that includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner meal ideas and a shopping list. All recipes include macros and Weight Watchers points.

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Free 7-Day Healthy Meal Plan (December 25-31)

Christmas is here! Wishing you all a happy holiday, filled with your favorite things! Make memories and have fun! Still looking for the perfect Christmas Day meal? Looking for beef – try the roast beef or roast beef for garlic lovers. Want something different? This slow roasted salmon or spinach and mozzarella stuffed pork tenderloin is sure to impress!

With grocery prices on the rise, many of us are having to adapt, cut back, and/or get more creative with our meals. One of the absolute best ways to stay within budget and maintain healthy eating habits is a meal plan. You can get more budget-friendly 5-day meal plans by subscribing to Relish+ (get your free 14-day trial here!

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A note about WW points

If you’re following Weight Watchers, all the recipes here have been updated to reflect what’s new weight control program, With the points displayed under the recipe title. the Wet button The Recipe Card takes you to the Weight Watchers website where you can see the recipe builder used to select those points and add them to your day (US only, 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 shared my free, flexible 7-day healthy meal plans (you can check out my previous meal plans here) which are meant to serve as a guide, along with… Lots of room to maneuver for every Add more foodOr coffee, drinks, fruits, snacks, desserts, wine, etc. Or replace recipes with meals you prefer, you can search for recipes by course in the index. Depending on your goals, you should aim for at least 1,500 calories* per day. There is no one size fits all, and this will vary depending on your goals, age, weight, etc.

There is also an accurate and organized grocery list that will make grocery shopping much easier and less stressful. Saves you money and time. You’ll eat out less, waste less food, and have everything you need on hand to help you stay on track.

Finally, if you’re on Facebook, join my Skinnytaste Facebook community where everyone shares photos of the recipes they make, you can join here. I love all the ideas everyone shares! If you would like to join the email list, you can sign up here so you never miss a meal plan!

Meal plan:

Breakfasts and lunches Monday through Friday are designed to serve one person, while dinners and all meals on Saturday and Sunday are designed to serve a family of 4. Some recipes provide enough leftovers for two nights or lunch the next day. The grocery list is comprehensive and includes everything you need to prepare all meals according to plan.

Monday (12/25)
B: Breakfast casserole with spinach and sausage
L: Mushrooms stuffed with spinach and bacon, baked brie bits with sugar plums
D: Lentil Soup, Slow-Roasted Salmon, Mushroom Risotto, and Lemon Hearts of Palm Salad with Avocado*

Total calories: 1,201**

Tuesday (12/26)
B: Mini quiche and orange
For: Chickpea Egg Salad (½ recipe)
D: Slow Cooker Pernil with Puerto Rican Beans (recipe x 2) and 1/2 cup white rice

Total calories: 1,192**

Wednesday (12/27)
B: Mini quiche and orange
L: Chickpea egg salad
D: Leftover Slow Cooker Pernil with Puerto Rican Beans and 1/2 Cup of White Rice

Total calories: 1,192**

Thursday (12/28)
B: Mini quiche and orange
L: Turkey club and 8 baby carrots
D: One bowl of orzo with sausage, spinach, and corn

Total calories: 1,075**

Friday (12/29)
B: Mini quiche and orange
L: Turkey club and 8 baby carrots
D: Cajun-marinated fish with tomatoes, mashed cauliflower, and 2 ounces of multigrain baguette

Total calories: 1,092**

Saturday (12/30)
B: Instant Pot Steel Pot Oats
L: Classic chicken salad with one slice of whole grain bread and half a bell pepper (sliced)
D: Dinner out

Total calories: 491**

Sunday (12/31)
B: Stainless Steel Instant Cut Oats
For: Spinach-Artichoke Crostini, Jalapeño Poppers and Crispy Spicy Tuna Tartare
D: Roast beef with garlic mashed potatoes, unstuffed Dina mushrooms, and Brussels sprout salad with pear and pomegranate*

Total calories: 1,332**
* Adjust ingredient amounts accordingly if feeding a crowd.
**This is just a guide, women should aim for around 1,500 calories per day. Here’s a helpful calculator to estimate your calorie needs. It leaves you wiggle room to add more food such as coffee, drinks, fruit, snacks, candy, wine, etc.

* Google Doc

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