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I drew inspiration from a variety of areas for this week’s meal plan. Check out what healthy meals are on this week’s menu.
There are many different ways I get inspiration for planning my menus each week:
- Family Input
- Meal Pictures
- Past Menus
- Color Combo Meal Cards
The first thing I do every week before I plan my menu is ask my husband & son what they would like to have for dinner. Usually they tell me- food. Really helpful. Sometimes I’m able to get some ideas from them. My husband chose the Fixate Chicken Enchiladas and my son chose Spaghetti and Meatballs for this week.
As a blogger with a focus on meal planning and healthy meals I pretty much take a picture of everything we eat. I have a collection of pictures of all our different meals. Sometimes I scroll through them for menu inspiration. This week the Grilled Peaches and Pork caught my eye.
I’ve got over five years of meal plans saved on my computer. To get meal plan ideas occasionally I’ll pop open past menus from the same month. You can take advantage of my menu archive here.
Sometimes finding meal ideas that go with your Portion Fix plan can be tough, especially when you’re following Timed Nutrition. I created Color Combo Meal Cards to make meal planning with containers appetizing & easy.
Pinterest is another great way to visually look for meal ideas. You can also get specific on what sort of meals you’re looking for like Instant Pot, Sheet Pan, Portion Fix or Slow Cooker Recipes.
Where do you get your meal plan inspiration?
WEEKLY LIVE MEAL PLANNING
Want to see how I meal plan in real time? Check out this week’s live meal planning video.
Be sure to join me every Wednesday around 6:00 pm Central for a Live Meal Planning session in the Healthy Meal Planning, Easy Recipes & Beachbody Support group on Facebook. Click the link to join now
PRINTABLE WEEKLY MENU
The weekly menu is a word doc so you can download and make changes to suit your needs. Just click on the image below to download, edit and print. You can also find templates for your meal plan in the resource library.