Simple recipes and ideas to fill your Trim Healthy Mama meal plan for the week.
Another week has passed, so that means I have another week of my meals in photos for you to use as ideas for your next meal plan. Trim Healthy Mama Weekly Meal Plan 3 is here.
This was a great week for me with regards to weight loss. I lost about 4 lbs this week which was a welcome change because I have stayed the same for the last few weeks. If you are also stalled, check out these tips that might help you get the scale moving again.
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Trim Healthy Mama Weekly Meal Plan 3
There are a couple of things to remember about these weekly meal plans. These are plates of food that I actually ate. You can see the portion size that works for me. Of course, you can adjust up or down for yourself.
This is also food that is just being served in our normal household and being eaten a couple of minutes later. So please don’t expect super fancy plating or even great pictures. This is just a real life look into my THM journey.
Although I make efforts to get adequate protein, veggies and fruit into each meal, sometimes I could definitely do better. But instead of using photoshopping in a big helping of broccoli on my breakfast plate , I just show you the real deal. If you can add in that veggie or fruit on your plate, by all means do it!
You can read the 5 things I don’t do on THM to understand more of the way I make the plan work for me.
Breakfast: Stovetop Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal – THM E
I used regular oats, almond milk, teaspoon of cinnamon and some freeze dried apples. This is one of those meals that I could have added something to get more veggies or protein but I was full after eating this so I didn’t . I was also busy this particular morning so a quick bowl of oats worked for me.
Lunch: Salami, Cheese, Nuts and Celery Lunchable – THM S
I love these easy, no cook simple lunches. They are great for a quick grab and go lunch to eat in your car or at your desk. I also like making homemade THM Pizza lunchables.
Dinner: “Breaded” Chicken Tenders and Cheesy Zucchini – THM S
For the tenders, I used this breaded pork chop recipe but subbed in the tenders for the pork. I also cooked on 400 degrees for just 18-20 minutes. If you throw them in the air fryer for a couple of minutes the breading will really crisp up. You could probably do the whole thing in the air fryer but for some reason it freaks me out to cook raw chicken in there. Don’t know why.
Breakfast: Cheese Stick, Deviled Eggs and Berries – THM S
I’m not a big meal prep fan, but for the last few weeks I have been making a batch of deviled eggs each week. They come in very handy for easy breakfasts and snacks.
Lunch: Nachos with Taco Meat – THM S
I made chips using Lavash bread and the air fryer. Slice the bread, spray with olive oil and air fry for about 5 – 7 minutes until crisp. I check often to make sure they don’t burn.
Quick Lunch Tip: When you make taco meat, make extra and freeze in individual containers. Will give you a quick lunch for another day!
Dinner: Grilled Chicken and Deviled Egg Salad
I love no cook dinners! When my husband grill meat, I will take some of the leftovers and chop them up and freeze.
Now I have great meats available for salads. I also added some of those deviled eggs to my salad. Why have I never done that before? Amazing!
Breakfast: 2 poached eggs, couple pieces of bacon and berries over plain Greek yogurt – THM S
Lunch: “Breaded” Chicken Tender Salad – THM S
I used leftover chicken from day 1 to make this yummy salad. Instead of heating the chicken in the microwave, I used the air fryer for about 4 or 5 minutes to crisp up the outside again and warm the chicken.
Dinner: Pork Tenderloin, black eyed peas and pan roasted sweet potatoes – THM E
I used a tiny bit of coconut oil and some cinnamon to season and cook the sweet potatoes.
The pork tenderloin was smoked by my husband on the grill.
Breakfast: Bacon, Egg, Cheese and Hot Sauce Breakfast Burrito – THM S
Lunch: Real Good Cheese Enchiladas and Side Salad (not pictured)- THM S
I bought these to try because I had a coupon. They were good but a bit salty for me. My biggest complaint was the size. I had to add a salad to get full.
If you don’t like this prepackaged option, you could go with the new easy prep Southwest protein bowls.
Dinner: Low Carb Meatballs – THM S
This is a great family pleasing recipe. My husband and kids all love it.
Breakfast: Sprouted toast with Light Laughing Cow Cheese and a Triple 000 Yogurt – THM E
This is another quick and easy option. I have been known to throw some baby spinach and lean turkey on the bread with the LLCC and Polaners for a savory/sweet combo.
Lunch: Turkey, bacon, cheese and romaine lettuce roll up with Pork Rinds – THM S
I used a low carb tortilla to make these. I start by spreading a light Laughing Cow wedge on the tortilla. Then I add mustard (if I am using it), shredded cheese, deli meat, bacon and the romaine on top. Roll up tightly and slice.
Dinner: Crockpot Roast, Rutabaga and about 4 tiny tiny baby (did I mention tiny?) carrots, side salad with ranch – THM S
Wait are carrots ok in an S? No they are not an S food. But I throw them in with my roast for the kids and I figure a few probably don’t throw me into a XO and if they do, oh well because I love crockpot carrots!
I saw an Instagram “friend” the other day that said #don’tjudgemycarrots and I loved it! So please don’t judge my 4 itty bitty teeny weeny carrots!
Breakfast: Leftover chicken sausage, eggs and radishes – THM S
I used leftover radishes from my crockpot pot roast and some chopped chicken sausage to make this simple breakfast burrito on a low carb tortilla.
Even though I made a roast this week too, I used Rutabaga with my roast this week. The picture you see below is of my Freezer Burritos that I made using a previous roast/radishes.
To make the freezer burritos, just fill a tortilla with meat, cheese and veggies. Roll up burrito, wrap in foil and store in a ziplock bag in the freezer. When you are ready to eat, simply remove foil and heat for a minute or so until warm.
Lunch: Tuna Pouch, Wasa Crackers, Light Aldi brand Laughing Cow Cheese and Pickles & an Apple (not pictured) – THM E
Dinner: Steak and Cheesy Zucchini – THM S
When my husband picks dinner, he almost always chooses steak. Look at this monster slab of beef! I had lots of leftovers.
And yes, we eat this zucchini all the time. It is just quick, easy and we all like it.
Breakfast: Breakfast: 2 egg Steak Omelette with Pepper jack Cheese and Salsa – THM S
This was made with leftover steak! I loves spicy and TexMex flavors.
Lunch: Skinny Pop, Lean Turkey Lunch Meat, Grapes and Carrots – THM E
After a big and heavy breakfast, I really just felt kind of snacky at lunch time. This is 2 cups of the Skinny Pop.
Dinner: Eggroll in a Bowl – THM S
I make mine with ground beef only. The recipe is in the THM cookbook.
I hope the Trim Healthy Mama Weekly Meal Plan 3 help you sticking to plan this week. Check around the site for many other Trim Healthy Mama Recipes!
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