I can’t’ believe I have been able to stick to these healthy meal plans for so long. It’s working out so well for me. My grocery cart is now full of fresh fruits and vegetables and of course within limits, lasting for only a week. I buy condiments only when I really need them and hence I don’t overstock my spice rack, I don’t have any sealed expired packs in my kitchen pantry and my shopping bills are so friendly these days.
My family gets variety of food with a balanced nutrition. However, for me as a cook I am much more prepared to cook the delicious recipes. Now, I enjoy seeing my dear ones lapping up the meals with satisfaction. My biggest achievement for this week was while on the dining table my sweetheart daughter appreciates my cooking and loudly says “Mommy I Love Your Food, its Sooo Nommy” this took my heart away and encouraged me to create more healthy, unique and flavorful recipes for my blog and share my meal plans with you all.
I hope these meal plans or meal ideas are working out for you as well and helping you to plan your meals with ease for the week. Feel free to browse through kiipfit.com for more recipe ideas and customize your meal plans 🙂
I have provided the meal planner in downloadable pdf document for your convenience. You may print it and stick it on your refrigerator or save it on your desktop, whatever works for you. Sometime, I use extra ordinary combinations in my recipes but that’s what my blog is all about, unique healthy recipes.
I have mentioned some healthy snack ideas here. The detailed meal plan is provided with with breakfast, lunch and dinner recipe links in a PDF printable document.
Also don’t forget to read the health tips to stay motivated and in shape 🙂
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 yogurt, fresh or dry fruits and nuts. You can also opt for hot snacks if desired.