Weekly Meal Plan Monday, May 10th – Sunday, May 16th

I am not a nutritionist or a chef. I’m just a mom that knows what flavors I like and that my family likes. The recipes that I’m sharing this week are some that David has made for dinner. Others are taken from this cookbook which is my May Book Club Pick. I will share the changes or additions I’ve made to the recipes and what page the recipes are on. As a blogger I understand that the author of the cookbook makes her money/livelihood through book sales. I will not share the recipe on my blog. I hope my readers will understand. This is a character decision for me. Keto Instant Pot is the May bookand it’s not only a beautiful book but it has all kinds of recipes. I will be using it for the entire month of April. I hope you decide to join my book club as we cook our way through gluten free and low carb recipes. Sometimes we even have wine! !

Where are my snacks? You forgot them … You’d better go get them! Yes, we forgot her Bunny Tails and yes David had to go back to the house to get them!

Monday – 11.6 total net carbs for the day 

Breakfast – 1 net carbs

  • Poached Egg – 0 net carbs (These are the egg cups that I use to get perfectly poached eggs every time! Bring 1″ of water to a boil on high. Set silicone egg cup in the water with the egg already in it. Make sure to really spray the silicone cup so that the egg doesn’t stick! Turn heat down to medium. Boil for 5 minutes covered. Remove egg cup with a slotted spoon. I put my sausage patty on top of the egg and then flip over! It makes it a little easier 
  • Breakfast Sausage Patty – 1 net carbs (read the label … some are one, some are zero, some go up to three. Buy the one with the fewest carbs!)
  • Coffee (if you use cream try to use heavy cream there aren’t any carbs. If you use sugar or a sweetener try to use Stevia or a Swerve

Lunch – 0.8 net carbs

  • Healing Bone Broth (cookbook page 320) 0.8 net carbs
  • Diet soda / Sparkling water 

Snacks – 1 net carbs

  • English Tea with 2 Tablespoons of heavy cream and liquid stevia (it’s delicious!) 0 net carbs
  • Hard Boiled Egg (cookbook page 331 ) 0.5 net carbs (I prefer England’s Cage Free Eggs)

Monday Dinner (Meatless) – 9.5 net carbs

  • Cream of Asparagus Soup – 8 net carbs (cookbook page 90)
  • Drop Biscuit – 1.5 net carbs (March cookbook page 72 )

Tuesday Dinner – 11.3 total net carbs for the day

  • Chicken Fajita Bowls (cookbook page 250) 5 net carbs
  • Cilantro Lime Cauliflower Rice (from April’s cookbook page 243) – 4.2 net carbs or use frozen cauliflower rice 
  • Non-keto side: Sauted zucchini and squash

Wednesday Dinner – 12.1 total net carbs for the day

  • Chicken Broccoli Casserole (cookbook page 238) 4 net carbs
  • Mashed Cauliflower – 4.5 net carbs (April cookbook page 246 )
  • Drop Biscuit – 1.5 net carbs (March cookbook page 72 )

Thursday Dinner – 7.6 total net carbs for the day

  • Baked Pork Chops: season with avocado oil, cumin and dried Oregano. cover evenly. Cook in oven for 400 degrees for 40 minutes DO NOT FLIP. – 0 net carbs
  • Sesame Broccoli (cookbook page 78) – 4 net carbs
  • Drop Biscuit – 1.5 net carbs (March cookbook page 72 )
  • Extra Side for Non-Keto: Dole American Salad with Ranch Dressing

Friday Dinner 12.1 total net carbs for the day

  • Korean Rib Wraps (cookbook page 174) – 4 net carbs
  • Cauliflower fried rice (from April’s cookbook page 242) 6 net carbs or you can get the Green Giant frozen fried rice just add some Gluten Free soy sauce!
  • Extra Side for Non-Keto Followers: Gluten Free Chicken or Veggie Egg Rolls 

Saturday – 9.6 total net carbs for the day

  • Protein Noodle Lasagna (cookbook page 172) 5 net carbs
  • Creamed Spinach (April cookbook page 244) 2.5 net carbs
  • Extra Side for Non-Keto Followers: Corn on the cob

Sunday Dinner – 6.7 total net carbs for the day

  • Stuffed Pork Tenderloin (cookbook page 198) 0.7 net
  • Parmesan Asparagus (March cookbook page 211) 2.4 net carbs
  • Drop Biscuit – 1.5 net carbs (March cookbook page 72 )

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