Week 5 Meal Plan

Here is what my plan for week 5:


                Breakfast- Eggs and sausage

                Lunch- Hard-boiled eggs, cherry tomatoes, & shredded turkey

                Dinner- Skillet bierocks


                Breakfast- Fruit, nut, and yogurt parfait

                Lunch- LO skillet bierocks

                Dinner- Coconut chicken, mashed cauliflower, green beans with almonds


                Breakfast- Cinnamon crunch low-carb cereal with almond milk

                Lunch- Family gathering- Low-carb snacks

                Dinner- Beef and veggie soup with one minute low-carb bread


                Breakfast- Tomato wedges, hard-boiled eggs, cheese cubes, & black berries

                Lunch- turkey salad wrap on low-carb tortilla

                Dinner- Cauliflower crust margarita pizza & salad


                Breakfast- Carolina’s egg muffins & sausage, egg, and cheese muffins

                Lunch- Strawberry, spinach, & pecan salad

                Dinner- Pork carnitas on low-carb tortilla with cauliflower “rice” & black beans


                Breakfast- Low-carb ham, egg, and cheese “McGriddles”

                Lunch- LO soup

                Dinner- Steak & roasted cauliflower and Brussels sprouts with garlic aioli


                Breakfast- Spinach & cheese omelet

                Lunch- Salad topped with LO steak

                Dinner- Spaghetti squash and meat sauce with low-carb garlic-cheese bread


Last week when I made broccoli cheddar soup, I fixed myself a bowl and realized that I was sadly missing out on the crusty bread my family was eating with their soup.  I needed a bread substitute and I needed one fast… like before my soup got cold, so I decided to try Low Carb Layla’s One Minute Bread (link above).  I made the bread exactly as she directed, but once it was finished I split it in half, buttered both sides of each half, and toasted it in a skillet.  The entire process took me maybe 5 minutes and it turned out wonderful!  Toasting the bread gave it the crustiness that I wanted and made it perfect for dipping in soup.  My husband, who is not eating low-carb, even liked it and compared its taste to that of a Triscuit cracker.  So for any of you eating low-carb and craving bread, you should definitely try out Layla’s recipe.  


6 thoughts on “Week 5 Meal Plan

  1. I’m loving this week’s menu, I don’t know why. 😉 Lol! In all seriousness, your meal plan is excellent. Very good choices and variation. Anyway, that bread sounds amazing! Made in five minutes?! It doesn’t get any better than that, huh? 🙂 Thanks for sharing this!

    • I wouldn’t know why you would like this week’s menu either, lol. 🙂 The bread was really good and it can be made in even less time if it’s not toasted, so I agree it doesn’t get better than that.

    • I’m glad to be of some help 🙂 I tend to get stuck in a rut with meals if I don’t meal plan and then I end up making bad choices out of boredom or because I am stressed for time with no idea what to cook. Meal planning makes things so much easier for me.

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