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7-Day Paleo Diet Menu Plan

by Suz on July 15, 2012 · 6 comments

in Cooking, Food, Paleo

I’ve got a friend coming to stay next week, so I’ve planned a 7-day Paleo Menu Plan to showcase my Paleo diet. It’s all too easy to eat similar meals over and over, so I’m looking forward to a week of lots of variety. I’m going to over-make everything, so I have lots of left-overs to freeze and enjoy again later.

I’ve just written my first recipe book on Paleo Breakfasts, so will be showcasing some fantastic, but also quick and easy breakfast recipes on my menu plan!

Paleo Meal Ideas Sample Menu Plan Primal

So this is my Menu Plan for my week of Paleo meals:

Monday

Breakfast: 

Paleo Salmon Burgers

Lunch:

Blanched veggies with guacamole and nut butter dips

Dinner:

Chicken and Vegetable Kebabs

Snack:

Macadamia Nuts

Tuesday

Breakfast:

NoOatmeal

Lunch:

Big Salad with tuna, eggs, nuts, leaves, tomatos, olives, avocado, capsicum and extra virgin olive oil

Dinner:

Lamb-chops, Roasted Parsnips, Onions and pumpkin

Wednesday

Breakfast:

Bacon, Eggs and Avocado

Lunch:

Turkey Nori-wraps

Paleo Sushi with Turkey, Beef & Apricot

Dinner:

Porterhouse Steak, Egg, Mushrooms and greens

Dessert:

Paleo Ice Cream

Thursday

Breakfast:

Egg Muffins

Lunch:

Capsicum ham sandwiches (using flat-cut capsicum for the “bread”)

Dinner:

Tuna, Asparagus and Cauliflower Rice

Snack:

Jerky

Friday

Breakfast:

Red onion, ham and mushroom omlette

Lunch:

Paleo chilli with zucchini noodles

Dinner:

Paleo Pizza

Dessert:

Strawberries dipped in dark chocolate

Saturday

Breakfast:

Paleo Pancakes with Berry Sauce

Lunch:

Chicken Soup with side salad

Dinner:

Barbeque with selection of meats and salads

Drink:

Glass of red wine

Sunday

Brunch:

Full English Breakfast (eggs, bacon, tomatoes, mushrooms, sautéed sweet potato, homemade tomato relish, Paleo sausages)

Dinner:

Sunday Roast; Roast beef, sweet potatoes, homemade gravy, broccoli and carrots

Dessert:

Coconut Yoghurt

What do you think of my proposed Menu Plan? I’d love to hear your favourite Paleo dishes! Do you create a weekly Paleo meal Plan?

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Sylvia July 15, 2012 at 1:33 pm

Just saying, I’d add a few more veggies in there, and offer a few more snacks….unless your visitors are going to fend for themselves in this department…otherwise, it seems to be good….quite balanced….

Sylvia x

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Suz July 15, 2012 at 7:38 pm

Thanks Sylvia! Good point, I always have lots of veggies, nuts and biltong, so hopefully it should be fine!

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Pete July 15, 2012 at 6:35 pm

Wish I was this organised, I always find it more relaxing to take visitors out to eat. Though I am not a good cook.
I like the sound of this menu.

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Suz July 15, 2012 at 7:36 pm

Thanks Pete!

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Amanda J July 16, 2012 at 8:13 am

I enjoy roasted parsnips as well with sweet potatoes carrots & butternut squosh.
Strawberries dipped in dark chocolate look & taste so good.

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Suz July 16, 2012 at 3:26 pm

That sounds great Amanda!

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