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I’ve been wanting to share a meal plan for quite some time – and I’m finally getting around to it! I plan out meals every week, and spend a little time on Sundays getting breakfasts and lunches ready ahead of time. It helps the week go a little smoother and ensures that healthy meals are ready-to-go. (And of course, making food at home instead of eating out saves tons of money!)

Let’s get down to the details. This healthy meal plan provides five days of breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Breakfasts and lunches are repeated twice to keep things easy, and to leave a little room for flexibility. Dinners are simple and tasty, just how I like them. 🙂

I hope you find this helpful, be sure to leave me any feedback in the comments, or send me an email at emily (at) anutritionisteats (dot) com.

Download the Healthy Summer Meal Plan here.

Healthy Summer Meal Plan | A Nutritionist Eats

 

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  1. Megan (Braise The Roof)

    I love snack plates for lunch and I don’t do them nearly enough. Awesome menu plan! I need to be better about doing this. I’m sure I’d save a lot of money just by planning out my meals instead of winging it and ending up buying extra ingredients.

  2. Rosemary

    Great meal plan Emily. I love how you are so organized! (And totally jealous) I kinda just improvise most of my meals but I think this is a great idea. 🙂

  3. Katharine Coggeshall

    Hi! I love your blog, it’s such a fantastic resource for practical, healthy recipes. In fact, I rated you as one of the top “healthy family” blogs to follow in my post–http://www.fitnesstranslator.com/top-healthy-family-blogs-to-follow/