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Healthy Meal Plan – 46

Healthy Weekly Meal Plan with low-carb and paleo options. This nourishing meal plan is easy to follow and includes a printable grocery list to make shopping for the week a breeze!

Healthy Weekly Meal Plan

It’s the first Saturday of March, which means we have a brand new healthy meal plan for your meal prepping enjoyment!

This one is a beautiful mix of light springtime meals and classic comfort food.

So much variety of flavors in one menu!

If you’re looking for some additional side dishes to pair with your main entrees this week, my Cilantro Lime Rice pairs beautifully with the steak curry and the ground beef burrito bowls.

I also recommend The Best Broccoli Salad and Garlic Herb Roasted Vegetables for veggie sides.

In addition, if you didn’t catch my Oatmeal Apple Pie Bars a few days ago, they were a huge hit at my family’s Easter last weekend!

And now for this all-new healthy meal plan!

Enjoy your meal prepping, and feel free to reach out if you have any requests for upcoming meal plans.


Burrito Bowl with Ground Beef – Burrito bowls are a family favorite around here! The goal for this easy recipe is to make the best tasting burrito bowl with the least amount of effort. Be sure to pick up your favorite toppings!

Ground Beef Burrito Bowls

Special Diet: Recipe is gluten free as-is. Can easily be made paleo and low-carb friendly.

Prep Ahead: Cooking the rice ahead of time will save you some time, as will using store bought salsa, pico de gallo, and guacamole.

Substitutions/Notes: Use all meat if you don’t eat beans. Or use all beans if you don’t eat meat! Swap out the rice for salad greens or cauliflower rice if you’re avoiding grains for a low-carb option. Quinoa works too!


One-Pot Mediterranean Chicken and Rice – This easy chicken and rice features delicious Mediterranean flavors like sun-dried tomatoes, kalamata olives, artichoke hearts, and more!

Large pot of chicken and rice with olives, tomatoes, and artichoke hearts.

Special Diet Notes: This chicken and rice recipe is gluten-free. You can make it low-carb by replacing the rice with 4 cups of cauliflower rice and reducing the broth to 2/3 cup.

Prep Ahead: There is no need to do any advance prep, as much of the steps involve dumping ingredients in the pot.

Substitutions/Notes: Swap out the bone-in chicken thighs for chicken breasts or boneless thighs if you’d prefer a different cut of chicken.


Spring Mix Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette – Turn a bag of spring mix into a delicious berry salad! You just need a handful of easy to find ingredients and some homemade raspberry-lime vinaigrette (that’s easy too!) You can have the whole thing ready in 20 minutes!

Spring Mix Salad

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is gluten free and paleo friendly.

Prep Ahead: The dressing can be made 1-2 days in advance but has the best flavor if eaten fresh.

Substitutions/Notes: This may be suitable for a light dinner, but feel free to add some grilled chicken, steak, salmon, or shrimp if you want a complete meal


Easy Thai-Inspired Steak Curry – This easy Steak Curry recipe features tender beef in a luscious coconut curry sauce and plenty of fresh vegetables for a Thai-inspired main dish. 

Large skillet of Thai beef curry.

Special Diet Notes: This curry recipe is gluten-free, paleo, and keto. Keep it paleo and keto by serving it with cauliflower rice or zucchini noodles.

Prep Ahead: This simple Thai curry recipe is relatively quick to prepare and no advance prep is needed.

Substitutions/Notes: Swap out the veggies for any of your favorites. Use green or yellow curry paste instead of red.


Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Soup – Want to make a delicious tomato soup but don’t have fresh tomatoes? Using just a few pantry staples, you can have this deliciously simple red pepper tomato soup on the table in under 30 minutes without a trip to the store.

Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Special Diet Notes: Recipe is gluten free and easily made dairy free/paleo friendly.

Prep Ahead: No need to prep ahead! The soup can be made ahead of time and reheated easily, though.

Substitutions/Notes: If you have some leftover taco meat from Monday, it would be a good protein addition for this soup. Or serve it with chicken, salmon, or steak. You can also stir in some pesto or a spicy condiment.


Baked Korean BBQ Chicken Thighs – This soy-free baked version of Korean BBQ Chicken is a delicious main dish for easy weeknight meals. Ideal for meal prep, this easy chicken recipe is huge on flavor but requires minimal effort.

Korean BBQ chicken in a large roasting pan, fresh out of the oven. Sprinkled with green onions and sliced limes on the chicken.

Special Diet Notes: Gluten-Free and mostly Paleo.

Prep Ahead: The chicken can be marinated up to 24 hours in advance.

Substitutions/Notes: Use chicken breasts instead of thighs. I love serving it with steamed rice and sauteed vegetables or roasted vegetables.


Dark Chocolate Almond Bark – Homemade chocolate bark is quick to prepare, easier than you think, and super customizable! This version features dark chocolate filled with chunks of almonds and pretzels with a flaky sea salt for the perfect bite.

Special Diet Notes: Recipe can be paleo by using very dark chocolate and omitting the pretzels.

Prep Ahead: No prep ahead needed.

Substitutions/Notes: Try playing around with different types of nuts and dried fruit! You can omit the pretzels or get gluten-free pretzels depending on your dietary requirements.


Click HERE to print this week’s grocery list!

Printable grocery list for meal plan 46

Looking for more nourishing meal plans to keep the meal prep flame afire?? Check out some of our previous meal plans below.

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Enjoy! xo

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