The other day I had a client from back in the day reach out to me and ask for a meal plan that I gave her like 4 years ago. I was really flattered that she reached out to me and asked for my help as it has been a long time since I’ve spoken to her.
I told her to download the free 7 day Lean Body Kickstart that is on my site and to give that a whirl since it also came with a free workout (hint: you can download it by leaving your name and email to the upper right of this screen, wink wink.) After a week, she got back in touch with me and mentioned that there was a lot of cooking. I had a nice chuckle to myself.
She was hoping for something that was quicker, and that she could incorporate on the go or if she went out to dinner. Seeing that this was about the 3rd or 4th time I’d heard something similar from friends and clients in the last week, I figured I’d put something together for you that doesn’t require a lot of cooking.
Now, I have to preface this by saying that learning to cook for yourself is one of the most invaluable skills you could have (aside from doing the robot) that would instantly improve your health and well-being.
However, I understand that not everyone gets excited to make bone broth like I do, so to help you make better choices when you’re on the go or short on time, here’s a super simple 4 day gluten free meal plan.
These are just ideas to get you going and does not mean this is the ONLY thing you are going to be eating. No, that is not what this is for. These are just ideas to get you started. Let me know if this helps you eat better.
Super Simple Gluten Free Meal Plan
Breakfast: 2 eggs cooked in coconut oil or grass-fed butter + Fresh squeezed OJ +1 raw carrot
Lunch: Shrimp Cocktail + Baked Potato with butter + 1/2 avocado
Dinner: Baked Tilapia cooked with coconut oil, salt and pepper + Baked Butternut Squash + Pineapple
Snack: Parmesan Regiano Cheese + Peach
Breakfast: Smoked Salmon + Tomatoes + Watermelon
Lunch: Ground beef sauteed with taco seasoning + beets + green apple
Dinner: Osso Bucco Slow Cooker Recipe
Snack: Prosciutto + Cantaloupe
Breakfast: Power Quinoa + 2 hard boiled eggs + pear sauteed in grass-fed butter
Lunch: Baked Chicken/Fish/Steak + Side Salad + Sweet Potato
Dinner: Pan Seared Scallops in coconut oil + sauteed zucchini and summer squash + brown rice
Snack: Fresh mozarella + tomatoes + basil + fresh berries
Breakfast: Chocolate Banana Smoothie
Lunch: Butternut Squash Soup + left over baked chicken + piece of fruit
Dinner: Burger without the bun + baked potato + side salad
Snack: No Bake Chocolate Macaroons
Additional recipe and snack ideas:
A few months ago, I even put together the Top 10 Weight Loss Foods to get at Trader Joe’s, and you can find most of these items right on the list.
And on top of that if you are looking for more gluten free snack ideas, you can find more options here.