Is it Friday yet? Yes, it is, Yippeee. Well I am excited about Friday not only because the weekend starts but also because it’s a meal plan day. Planning meals for the whole week has kind of become fun for me. I enjoy listing my menu ideas, writing down my grocery list and do some food preparation work before the next hectic week starts. As a result the nights after work have become so much easier and organized now.
Again this meal document is planned keeping the shortage of time in mind yet healthy so I have focused on low calories and high in protein and fiber meal planning. However, the meals are under accepted calories with an average daily requirement of 2000 calories.
Dinner time is family time and we all should relish this time of the day with happy memories and awesome guilt free food.
Along with the breakfast ideas that are provided in the meal plan include some fruits and almond milk or your choice of vegan milk to make it a complete morning meal.
For Mid-Morning Snacks – include smoothies into your diet to keep you hydrated and full till lunch time.
For Evening Snacks include some low fat vegan yogurt, fresh or dry fruits and nuts. You can also opt for hot snacks if desired.