Monday: Curried Butternut Squash and Greens with Paleo Naan– Gluten free, vegan, paleo- Can sub sweet potatoes for the squash….that’s what I plan to do. Peeling a butternut squash is it’s own form of torture. I also like to finish this recipe by stirring in some coconut milk, so it’s creamy and more like a curry dish. As for this “naan;” do not expect to get traditional naan. This is more like a wrap. Still good, but not fluffy. Multiply the recipe, and save some for later in the week.
Tuesday: Paleo Fish Tacos– Use bagged slaw to save some time. Feel free to add the fish and the slaw to tortillas, coconut wraps, or the leftover Paleo Naan from yesterday.
Wednesday: Pasta and Meatballs– Lots of pasta options here….zoodles, regular pasta, g-free pasta, Miracle Noodles…These meatballs are really good, and the chia seeds replace breadcrumbs and eggs as the binder. ***Save 1/2 cup of the sauce you use for this recipe for tomorrow’s dinner.***
Thursday: Butternut Squash, Sausage, and Kale Bake– Paleo, Whole 30- Again, I may use sweet potatoes for butternut squash. I’m also thinking of skipping the sausage and replacing it with another protein. I’m not a sausage fan.
Friday: Tilapia and Moroccan spiced Sweet Potatoes and Carrots– When buying (frozen) tilapia, look at the packaging to see where it’s coming from, how it’s raised, and any other weird ingredients. Spice the tilapia any way you’d like. I plan to cover it in ras el hanout.
Saturday: Bunless Paleo Chicken BLTs– Pretty self explanatory! And since you’re saving on carbs by replacing the bread, you can definitely pair this with oven baked fries.
Sunday: Thai Turkey Burgers– And sometimes you just need a big ol burger.