Meal Planning Giveaway!

Real Meals Meal Plan Subscription Program is going on its third month of delivering healthy meal plans. To celebrate, I thought it’d be fun to do a little giveaway.

What is Real Meals?

It’s a 7 day meal plan that subscribers receive on a weekly basis. They learn how to nourish their body with healthful, home cooked meals that don’t require a lot of prep work or complicated ingredients.

  • learn how to incorporate whole, unprocessed ingredients into your daily routine
  • stay organized and focused at the grocery store with a printable shopping list, complete with required amounts of each ingredient

Dietary restrictions

  • plans are suitable for gluten-free, dairy-free, and peanut-free diets
  • an allergen guide accompanies each plan and highlights vegan, vegetarian, sugar-free, corn-free, and nut-free recipes
  • many recipes are easily made vegan with substitution recommendations throughout

What to expect

Receive an email every Tuesday with the week’s plan. Each plan comes with with:

  • Enough breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks to last 7 days
  • Organized shopping list complete with required amounts of each ingredient
  • Cooking tips
  • Make-ahead suggestions
  • Printer-friendly recipes and guides
  • Easy-to-follow instructions
  • Healthful ingredient tips
  • Vegan and grain-free substitutions

Download yourself a free copy of Real Meals here.

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  1. I want to start planning my meals more in advance, but I find it so difficult. having a meal plan would be great! something all 3 of us will like of course, that’s the hardest part.

  2. In the mediterranean tuna salad your vegan substitution is 1/2 CUP of hemp seeds?? Have you ever tried eating 1/4 c in one serving? I think either tofu/tempeh or beans would be a better sub or mix with 1TB hemp per serving…. I just dont want you to turn off potential vegans with such an odd suggestion :)

  3. Im not completely sold on the garam masala :shame:. I made the cauli ‘meatballs’ from your recipe but I think I wouldve enjoyed them more with traditional spices. I’m Caribbean, and we love spices too, so when I make them next, I thght I’d just use what I wouldve for meats. It was odd- but maybe I didnt have all of the spices you used, or maybe my amts were off, but I kept wishing a certain taste wasnt part of the dish :( Not sure what taste, because I absolutely love Indian food eaten at a resty. (maybe my geera masala or other spice in the cabinet was old or something?/ dont know). Thanks for the tips though!!

    BTW I saw amaranth flour at indian grocer!! u ever tried using it? (there was no female staff there who could give me info on it LOL).

  4. I would love to have an organized approach to meal planning! I also struggle to plan gluten free meals that I do not get bored with! This give away would be a great help!

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