Home Cooking and Diets

The Clean Eating Weeknight Plan: 75 Clean & Simple Dinners Your Family Will Love


English | September 26, 2017 | ISBN: 1623159938 | EPUB | 198 Pages | 2 MB

Make a habit of healthful living in your household with The Clean Eating Weeknight Plan

Planning meals night after night that will get your family excited about starting and sticking to clean eating can be challenging. Just ask Michelle Anderson, whose own experience running a clean eating household led her to create this fool-proof plan for toxin-free family dinners. Packed with grocery lists, meal plans, and delicious recipes, The Clean Eating Weeknight Plan paves the way for saying goodbye to processed foods for good.

The Clean Eating Weeknight Plan includes:

A 21-Day Meal Plan with shopping and storage tips for 3 weeks of healthy family eating
Over 100 Recipes all of which are budget-friendly, serve 4 or more people, and take less than 30 minutes to make
Grab-N-Go suggestions for packed lunches and re-using leftovers
Helpful Tips to get your family excited about eating clean

The Clean Eating Weeknight Plan includes recipes such as: Coconut French Toast with Raspberries, Primavera Frittata, Avocado Chopped Salad, Creamy Tomato Soup, Quinoa Salad-Stuffed Pita, Savory Oatmeal Risotto, Eggplant-Tomato Tagine, Black Bean Quesadillas, Shrimp with Roasted Peppers and Feta, Golden "Fried" Chicken, Sunday Dinner Meatloaf, Chocolate Cupcakes, Almond Rice Pudding, and much more.

Get your fill of naturally nutritious meals every night of the week with The Clean Eating Weeknight Plan.


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