Lexi’s Weekly Dinner Plan Week 41

Another week, another healthy Dinner Plan! This week’s Dinner Plan is perfect for back-to-school! From freezable burritos to the ultimate Sloppy Joes, you are not going to want to miss this kid-friendly menu!

New to the meal plans? You can find them all, equipped with *free* printable shopping lists, in our easy Meal Plan Tab on the blog! If you’ve been loving them, we’d love to hear your favorites so far!

Meal Plan Graphic Week 41 | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

Monday: Zucchini Linguine with Homemade Meat Sauce [grain-free, gluten-free, low-carb]

Tuesday: Freezable Burritos [dairy-free if you omit the optional cheese, no sugar added, gluten-free]

Wednesday: Leftovers

Thursday: Spicy Shrimp and Citrus Salad [dairy-free, gluten-free, paleo-friendly]

Friday: Feel Good Veggie Soup [Paleo-friendly, gluten-free, nut-free]

Saturday: Out

Sunday: Sloppy Joes [30 minutes or less, no added sugar, dairy-free, and nut-free]

Grab your free printable shopping list HERE!

Make some snacks from the blog to add to your back-to-school lunches!

These nut-free paleo-friendly chicken fingers are perfect for school lunches or as a kid-friendly dinner!

Add a healthy treat to lunch boxes with these secret ingredient Avocado Brownies! Such a great way to sneak in healthy fats during the day!


As always, if you have meal plan feedback, please send me an email at Lexi@Lexiscleankitchen.com! I’d absolutely love to hear from you!

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September 9, 2017

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