This is the paleo week 19 meal plan. I have received a lot of great feedback so I am going to continue to create them. All of this weeks recipes are paleo and gluten free friendly. If they are AIP and keto friendly it will say so in the description. Feel free to use previous week’s meal plans that can be found here. If you would like to get the complete shopping list be sure to sign up for my newsletter below and I will send you your grocery list weekly. All you have to do is shop!
How The Paleo Meal Plan Works:
- If meal prepping your food in advance is your thing, I highly suggest getting meal prep containers or containers like these so your meals are ready to eat.
- Included in this post are 8 meals, 7 dinners and 1 breakfast. When making the meals for dinner I suggest making an extra portion so you can eat it for lunch. Keep in mind these are an inspiration, so feel free to swap things out. Each recipe contains the meal only, feel free to add a side. We love roasting veggies to go with our meals. If you would like the full complete shopping list that goes with my meal plan, be sure to subscribe to my email list. If you have questions or need assistance, please comment below. If you make one of my recipes I would so grateful if you left a comment and a star rating review on the recipe in my blog or took a picture and tagged me in it on Instagram @alliannaskitchen
- I hope this is helpful as you begin to plan out your week. -Allianna
- This quick and easy spinach mushroom frittata is perfect for all of your breakfast needs. We like to make it for our weekly meal prep as well as all of our family breakfasts. It only requires 10 minutes of prep time. You can have breakfast on the table within 30 minutes!
For Lunch & Dinner:
- These paleo whole30 crispy bacon chicken ranch wraps are to die for to say the least. They are light and full of flavor. After nearly a decade of going without one of my childhood favorite meals I decided to recreate a healthy paleo, AIP, and whole30 version. The cassava wraps are naturally AIP friendly and go great with just about anything. The homemade ranch dressing is everything ranch dressing should be: fresh, “buttermilk” and full of flavor. This recipe includes both an AIP and Whole30 ranch option, both are delicious! The arrowroot powder is what acts as the breading for these crispy chicken tenders.
- This Thai shrimp soup makes for the most perfect comfort meal. This soup is naturally dairy free and creamy from the coconut cream yet it has a nice kick from the red pepper flakes. This soup is naturally keto, paleo, and Whole30 friendly and it can be made autoimmune protocol friendly.
- This crispy AIP paleo, keto, and whole30 compliant air fried chicken is exactly what you need for meal prep, These AIP chicken tenders are super crispy, have minimal ingredients and only takes 5 minutes of hands on time. These crispy chicken tenders are the perfect addition to any meal. We love to add it to our favorite salads and veggie loaded bowls.
- This shredded lemon dill salmon salad is one of my most requested items from my weekly private chef clients. The combination of the lemon and dill with the crunchy almonds and onions is oh so delicious. This recipe only requires 10 minutes of hands on time and makes for the most perfect light lunch or dinner. This shredded salmon salad is naturally Whole30, paleo, and keto friendly. It can be made AIP friendly without the almonds.
- This paleo and whole30 pizza chicken has become a staple in my meal rotation for my personal chef clients. The almond cream combined with the turkey pepperoni makes this dish oh so delicious. This recipe includes two different options for the almond cream. The first being the store bought easy option and the second including how to make your own. This recipe isn’t just for adults, it is super kid friendly too! With the prep time only taking 15 minutes, it is the perfect weeknight dinner option.
- These paleo sheet pan shrimp tacos are exactly what you need on the nights where you do not have much time to cook and want to make something the whole family can eat! This recipe is super simple and only requires 10 minutes of hands on time.