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Family Friendly Clean Eating Meal Plan | April 2019

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Hey friends! I am gearing up for April by creating a meal plan for dinners each night. I began sharing my monthly meal plans last Fall, but then something happened. My husband and I started working our way towards a cleaner way of eating. I’m using the Month of Meals printable from my Meal Planner to plan our April dinners.

Now, I’ll be the first to admit my kiddos love their honey nut cheerios for breakfast, and lunches and snacks aren’t all clean, but I’ve been doing really well with our dinners. Of course, the ultimate goal is to get everyone eating mostly all “clean” foods, but with a toddler with ketotic hypoglycemia, we need him to eat, so we are picking our battles and making small changes as we go. I’m not really picky about seasonings, and I know there are a lot of gray areas with clean eating, but my main goal is to feed my family fresh meat, veggies, and fruits as much as possible.

The clean eating has been very helpful for my husband and I and our weight loss goals. If you are interested in what I’m doing, you can follow along over on Instagram.

Okay, so here are the 30 mostly clean eating dinners that I’ve got planned for April. I’ll probably add an additional vegetable or two with most of these, but these will be the main parts of the meal.

1. Honey Lemon Chicken & Green Beans
2. Steak Bites with Sweet Potato & Peppers
3. Chicken & Roasted Potato Bowl
4. Sweet & Sticky Teriyaki Meatballs with Broccoli Fried Rice
5. Out
6. Slow Cooker Herb Roasted Turkey Breast
7. Leftovers

8. Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps
9. Turkey Meatloaf Cupcakes with Mashed Potatoes
10. Chicken Fried Rice
11. Crock Pot Beef Stew
12. Out
13. Lemon Chicken Skillet with Broccoli
14. Leftovers

15. Beef & Broccoli Stir Fry
16. Grilled Honey Lime Shrimp
17. Taco Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
18. Crockpot Sweet Potato Chipotle Chili
19. Out
20. Chili Lime Shrimp Wraps
21. Leftovers

22. Oven Baked Paleo Meatballs
23. Balsamic Chicken & Veggies
24. Steak & Veggie One Pan Skillet
25. Lemon Butter Garlic Shrimp & Asparagus
26. Out
27. Crockpot Taco Soup
28. Leftovers

29. Crockpot Honey Pork and Apples
30. Vegetable Soup

There you go, 30 days of clean eating dinners, with some days eating out and working on leftovers thrown in for each week. We will probably rearrange these on our monthly meals sheet to work around soccer practices, etc… I try to stay flexible with what meals we have on which day, just depending on our schedule. If you need some meal planning help and want to grab these printables to use for your own meal planning, you can find them in my shop, here.

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