Happy last full week of October! Fall is kind of here now (?) Hopefully you’ll find that this week’s recipes are still filling, but not too heavy.

Monday: Sweet Potato Egg Boats– Simple, complete, and delicious. You can leave out the bacon for a vegetarian option. This recipe serves 2, but is very easily multiplied. This would also taste great with white potatoes instead of sweet. Double the avocado cream portion, and save the rest for tomorrow’s dinner. Make a side salad to go along with this…you can never have too many vegetables (that aren’t saturated in oil, butter, &/or bottled salad dressing).

Tuesday: Mexican Style Cauliflower Rice– Gluten free and vegan. Save yourself time and buy pre-riced cauliflower. To bulk this up and add more protein, you can add ground beef, chicken, or textured soy protein to this.

Wednesday: We all have them. They lurk in the freezer and fridge. Coated in frost. Mysterious. Leftovers. It’s time. Thaw them out. Save yourself a night of cooking. There may be something you like in container #2.

Thursday: Paleo Plantain Beef Pie– Paleo (gluten, grain, and dairy free). Are you on the plantain wagon with me yet? You really should be. I love plantains because of their nutritional value, and the fact that you can cook with them at all stages of their ripeness (seriously, from green to completely black). And you can buy 5 pounds of them at Costco for $3.

Friday: Salmon, greens, and honey squash- No recipe needed here. I was able to find organic honey squash, which is delicious. It looks like a tiny butternut squash, but it’s sweeter.  Roast the squash (whole); cut open and scoop out the insides; add some sage, ghee, and salt and go at it. If salmon doesn’t look good this week, try this with roasted chicken or pork.

Saturday: Fajitas- Again: No recipe needed. Protein+vegetables+guacamole+extras you may like= fajitas. You can toss everything onto a bed of lettuce for a lower carb option, or really treat yourself and enjoy with warm tortillas.

Sunday: Creamy Potato Cauliflower Soup– Vegan and gluten free. In order to appease my husband, I’m calling this, “Loaded Baked Potato Soup.” He doesn’t need to know that there is cauliflower and no dairy involved. Although, I’ll probably add cheese to his to really seal the deal. A sprinkle of bacon to meet his dietary need of meat multiple times a day, and I’m winning at life.

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