Keto Meal Plan Week 14

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I love Mondays. I know it sounds weird, but it is a new week full of possibilities. I guess I like the clean slate and as a natural “doer” I look forward to all that I hope to accomplish. I’ve really tightened up my eating the past two weeks and have experimented with tracking macros for the first time in 14 months. Since I get so many questions about tracking macros, I wanted to be able to give an informed answer. It has been less stressful than I thought and has helped me let go of some habits that had started to creep in that I know weren’t helpful. I’ve also been very intentional about working out. When we started our first 30-day challenge in March my goal was to work out a minimum of 10 minutes 6 days a week. That has changed dramatically this time around. Now, I walk at least 4 days a week (usually 5), and three of those days I also weight train as well. I’m feeling so much stronger and the workouts have really upped my energy levels. Regardless of where you are on your journey, consistent changes over time lead to results. When it gets hard and you don’t’ feel like the scale is moving just put your head down and stay the course. It won’t always be easy, but you’ll be so glad you didn’t quit. 

As I have said before, I take a somewhat lazy approach to meal planning. I don’t prep a lot of food in advance simply because I don’t have the time. Instead, I have found that making extra at meals to cover lunch the next day is the most helpful step I can take. I also like to buy ground beef in bulk when I can and brown it in advance and freeze it in ziplock bags. It makes cooking dinner later so much faster. If you are new to meal planning, these 5 easy steps meal prep ideas will be helpful to get started. Meal planning can be beneficial to stay on track and to reduce your grocery bill. As always, this is a very loose plan. If I get a better offer for dinner out, I won’t hesitate to alter our meal plan for


Breakfast – Bulletproof coffee

Lunch – Beef & Veggie Stir Fry 

Dinner – Chicken Lombardy


Breakfast – Bulletproof Coffee

Lunch – leftover Beef & Veggie Stir Fry

Dinner – Unstuffed Cabbage Soup 


Breakfast – Bulletproof Coffee

Lunch –  leftover Unstuffed Cabbage Soup

Dinner – We grab dinner out on Wednesday nights so we can make it to church on time.


Breakfast – Bulletproof Coffee

Lunch – Leftover Unstuffed Cabbage Soup

Dinner – Monterrey Chicken with Broccoli (This was on last week’s menu but our plans changed so I am adding it again this week.)


Breakfast – Bulletproof Coffee

Lunch – leftover Monterrey Chicken 

Dinner – Dinner out


Breakfast – The Very Best Keto Waffles, bacon & eggs

Lunch – Empty the fridge day of all the leftovers

Dinner – grilled pork loin & Brussels Sprouts with Bacon 

Snacks – Homemade Cheese Cracker Crisps, pecans, or pork rinds

Sweet TreatPeanut Butter Fluff


You can access all of my Keto/Low Carb Recipes in my Keto/Low Carb Recipe Index or follow me on Pinterest for fabulous Keto/Low Carb Recipe Ideas. If you are just getting started following a keto diet and would like more information, here is a list of fantastic resources. Amazon has several great books you may want to check out here.




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