2017 is here, 2017 is here! Wow, 2016 simply flew by. If you’re like me, and you have committed to kickstarting your year off right, join me on eating right through my 2016 Weekly Dinner Plans. We’ll keep ourselves accountable together on social media!
Here you have it! One month of meals to start your year off on the right track and build good routines. My meal plans last year were such a hit, that I took your feedback and refined them for 2017.
What you’ll see this year? More detailed shopping lists, a weekly dinner plan from my website and from my cookbook- both equipped with shopping lists! I’ll share them on Saturday or Sunday morning super early, so you can shop and prep for your week ahead!
These weekly plans are designed to give you a well-rounded week of meals that will (ideally) have leftovers for lunches and help you eat healthy and clean, while also delicious.
This Broccoli Rabe and Sausage Pasta is the perfect light Italian-style dish that comes together in no time!
When I received Ali’s newest cookbook, Inspiralize Everything, in the mail, I was immediately so excited. Ali has created an awesome online resource for all things spiralized, she has her first cookbook which was fabulous, so I knew I would just love her second book!
This book is beyond gorgeous and packed with so many recipes all categorized by various vegetables. I can’t wait to make the Turkey, Spinach, and Hummus Roll Ups as a snack, and the Winter Lasagna with Butternut Squash, to name a few!
I have been eying the Broccoli Rabe and Sausage Parsnip pasta, but I had summer squash from the farm leftover, so I decided to spiralize it and sub that in, and man was it delicious! I love light Italian meals that are flavorful but not super heavy!
If you follow me on social media, you’ve likely seen me posting about the release of the Best Paleo Recipes of 2015 eBook that released last week. This year’s book is truly an incredible resource. It features recipes from over 30 of the top names in the Paleo community, and so many that I’m lucky to call friends! This years group of contributors includes names like Juli Bauer, Danielle Walker, Mark Sisson, Vanessa Barajas, Caroline Potter, Russ Crandall, Brittany Angell, and so many more. With nearly 500 pages of recipes, this book has something for everyone, and every occasion.
Over 30 never-before-seen, exclusive recipes
Contributions from 32 of the top Paleo Authors and bloggers
Instant-download, interactive PDF and tons of shortcuts for easy use
What Bloggers & Authors?
Nearly 500 pages of talent brought to you by these amazing authors and bloggers!
Recipes I can’t wait to make?
For starters, these four are high on my list!
The really cool thing about this eBook is that it’s totally a portable format and mobile-friendly. Download a copy to your phone, a copy to your tablet, and a copy to your home computer. Need a dinner idea in a hurry? Browse the table of contents to view all of the recipes quickly and easily. Because it’s an interactive PDF document, getting around the eBook is just like getting around a website. A couple clicks takes you where you want to go in the eBook.
What I contributed?
Get more information about this AMAZING resource and buy it here for only $29.95!
You guys!!!! Have you seen Vanessa fromClean Eating With A Dirty Mind‘s newest cookbook? It is filled with decadent, delicious, mouthwatering paleo-friendly treats (there’s some savory in there, too)! I was so excited to flip through this gorgeous book. The photos are stunning and the recipes are even more delicious.
Just check out those donuts on the cover!
Vanessa’s book is packed with recipes for everyone to enjoy. Fudge, cookies, cheesecake, french macaroons, frosting tutorials, ice cream recipes, and MORE. This recipe has all of the goodies for every occasion EVER. I love it.
I made the Pumpkin Bread on page 130, added some chocolate chips, and BOOM. It was insane. Mike took the rest to his coworkers and they loved it, too!
You can buy Clean Eating with A Dirty Mind in stores or on Amazon HERE!
You guys… I’m sure by now you’ve heard of Jennifer from Predominately Paleo. Her new cookbook, Down South Paleo is out and let me start by saying WOW and Y-U-M. This book is beautiful, packed with awesome recipes, and witty, too!
Down South Paleo has everything from Fried Eggs Benedict + “Cornbread” Waffles, to Mini Chicken Pot Pies, Fried Green Tomatoes, Paleo Pigs in a Blanket, Dinner Rolls, Churro Doughnut Holes, Cobbler, Custard Pie, and so much more.
I mean those two photos totally speak for themselves, right!?
The first recipe I decided to try was the Funnel Cake (page 163) and it did NOT disappoint. Now, I’ve never been to a Texas Rodeo but growing up we did have town carnivals and I was always all about that funnel cake. This brought me back to childhood in the best way ever.
Russ Crandall, blogger behindThe Domestic Man and author of his other book, Ancestral Table, created his new cookbook, Paleo Takeout, to give everyone their favorite take-out foods– without all the junk. Genius? Yes! We all love the occasional (or not-so-occasional take-out), and Russ has made it so we can enjoy ALL of those eats without any of the guilt. Paleo Takeout includes more than 150 recipes for Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Southeast Asian, and American takeout staples. These recipes are authentic, delicious, and easy enough to throw together on a busy weeknight.
I was SO excited flipping through Russ’ new cookbook, Paleo Takeout. Not only are the photos beautiful, but they make me STARVING. I want to jump into the book and eat everything!
Trust me, your family will thank you!
The book is broken down into chapters by cuisine. How amazing do each of these recipes look?
Also included in the book are tons of resources on the Paleo Diet, a page on gray-area foods (like white rice and white potatoes), essential tools and essential techniques- all to help you navigate and use the book successfully in your day-to-day life!
I decided to make the General Tso’s Chicken because WHEN was the last time I’ve had that? Years upon years is the correct answer. This recipe did not disappoint. It was spot on and delicious! I love that Russ includes notes in the book suggesting other veggies and things to pair the dish with.
So. SO. Good!
A little list of recipes I cannot wait to make next: