Week 11 ⋆ 100 Days of Real Food


Need some ideas for dinner this week? Take a peek at what I feed my family with this FREE Weekly Real Food Dinner Plan, complete with 5 dinners, side items, and a treat.

Weekly Dinner Plan 11 on 100 Days of Real Food

Why Meal Plan?

Not only does meal planning save you time and money, but I quickly learned the key to cutting out processed food is planning ahead! If you don’t have at least an idea of what your next meal is going to be, chances are you’ll end up starving and at the drive-through out of desperation.

Meal Planning Benefits:

  • Save time – Look at you, so organized! When you have a plan, you can make just one trip to the grocery store for the week, and always have an answer to “what’s for dinner.”
  • Reduce stress – With planned recipes and ingredients on hand, there are fewer surprises, and you might just get some help in the kitchen.
  • Eat better – It’s easier to enjoy a variety of delicious, healthy meals and discover some new favorites along the way when you take the time to plan ahead.
  • Save money – Buy only what you need and waste less food.

Meal Planning Resources

I’m not gonna lie, while I enjoy the results, planning out our meals is a chore that I do not look forward to each week. So, to make it easier on you (and myself, ha!), I’ve worked hard to create these resources:

  • Meal planning guidance and easy recipes in ALL of my three best-selling real food cookbooks.
  • My complete meal planning system in my Meal Planner Workbook (I use my personal copy every week!) plus 52 weeks of blank templates.
  • My partnership with Real Plans for customizable meal plans made for you each week from over 400 of my real food recipes (+ over 1,000 others)—based on YOUR family’s preferences—in a convenient app, complete with grocery lists.
  • Free weekly dinner plans, like the one below (fill out the form and I’ll send them to your inbox each week).

This Week’s Free Dinner Plan

Each Friday I’ll share a dinner plan, like the one below, complete with 5 dinners, side item suggestions, and a treat. Just click on the links and print each recipe, and you’ve got a great head start for the week! If you need additional side ideas, I’ve got you covered with my list of Go-to Basic Sides (and more).

Feel free to share this dinner plan (and recipes) with friends and family using the sharing buttons at the top/bottom of each post, and don’t forget to subscribe using the form above to keep the plans coming.

Day 1: Teriyaki Glazed Meatball Lettuce Wraps

Two crisp lettuce cups each filled with two teriyaki glazed meatballs, ramen noodles, and sprinkled with green onions.

Day 2: Smoked Trout Fritters

Three bright blue bowls with a bed of spinach topped with two crispy smoked trout fritters drizzled with a white cream sauce.

Day 3: Yogurt Marinated Grilled Chicken

Two pita packets filled with grilled chicken, lettuce, and hummus on a plate with a side of couscous salad.

Side Dishes: Lime-Cilantro Quinoa Salad

Small bowl of quinoa with diced peppers, cilantro, and dried fruit.

Day 4: Kale and Tomato Alfredo

Large white serving dish with pasta covered in Alfredo sauce and topped with tomatoes, breadcrumbs, and cheese.

Day 5: Real Food Sloppy Joes

Two whole-wheat hamburger buns loaded with homemade sloppy Joes sitting on a white plate.

Side Dish: Steamed green beans

Treat: Chocolate Chip Blondies

White serving plate piled with 5 homemade Chocolate Chip Blondies.

I hope you enjoy your dinner plan and are back for more next week!

Get Meal Plans Made Just for You…

Do you love leftovers? Hate them? Have some ingredients that a family member just won’t (or can’t) eat?

We’re all different, and this can make meal planning a real challenge. That’s why I’ve partnered with Real Plans to offer meal plans made for YOU each week—based on your answers to some simple questions.

Get ready to feel both organized and good about the food you’re feeding your family, while RealPlans does all the hard work of figuring out what to make and what to buy. Includes over 400 of my real food recipes, and many more.

—Lisa Leake, #1 New York Times Best Selling Author of 100 Days of Real Food


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