|Sunday:||Creamy Broccoli Soup|
|Monday:||Cauliflower “Rice” Stir Fry|
|Tuesday:||Leftovers: Creamy Broccoli Soup|
|Wednesday:||Roasted Portobellos with Kale|
|Thursday:||Red Lentil & Sweet Potato Stew|
|Friday:||Leftovers: Roasted Portobellos with Kale|
|Saturday:||French Lentil Salad|
Ok…I’m going a little crazy for the next three weeks. SavoryGirl is officially doing a 3-week detox! I’m not necessarily doing it to lose weight or anything, but more just to get back to clean, healthy food. The holidays, time back East (lots of cannoli!), busy work life…you all know the drill. Sometimes you just feel like you’ve gotten a bit off course and need to commit to something to get back on track.
This idea came to me from my mom who found this amazing cleanse meal plan in her Whole Living magazine. It all about removing processed foods, meat, dairy, gluten, refined sugar, alcohol and coffee (tea is allowed) from your diet while still eating delicious foods. Seriously…everything on this menu plan sounds great and like something I would love to make even if I wasn’t on the cleanse. I will admit though…it’s going to take a bit more effort than usual. Especially since I have to make homemade breakfasts and lunches on this plan as well as dinner. None of my stand-by Activia yogurt breakfasts or canned soup lunches. The good news is that all of the recipes do look pretty quick and easy and they incorporate lots of leftovers into the plan which you all know I love.
For the full cleanse details and menu plan (including breakfast and lunch recipes since I’m only including dinner here) go to the 2013 Whole Living Action Plan. If you would like the full Week 1 shopping list feel free to email me at Suzanne@suzanneh12.sg-host.com and I’ll send it over so you don’t have to create it yourself.
Oh, and yes…for those of you who are curious, Christian is doing it for lunch and dinner too (but not breakfast and he refuses to give up coffee!). I hope you decide to join too…I think it’s going to be delicious and rewarding.