Let’s get right to the menu. We have Buffalo chicken casserole, Paleo alfredo with carmelized leeks and bacon, spiralized tortilla espanola with chorizo, and breakfast meatloaf with simple healthy hash browns.
Buffalo Chicken Casserole is first up on our menu, from PaleOMG. This recipe calls for spaghetti squash, which can be hard to find at grocery stores. Hot sauce is a key to this recipe. Truthfully, I’m not a big fan of spaghetti squash so the next time I make this recipe, I’ll use spiralized zucchini.
Up next is Paleo Alfredo with Carmelized Leeks and Bacon, from Meatified. The recipe uses spiralized white sweet potatoes, but you can switch that out with regular potatoes or some other vegetable.
We have Spiralized Tortilla Espanola with Chorizo as a filling lunch meal, from the Inspiralized kitchen. The espanola has gorgeous layers and in addition to tasting great, is an attractive dish. Enjoy.
Our final meal is Breakfast Meatloaf with Simple Healthy Hash Browns. The meatloaf is from Meatified and the hash browns from TheNourishingHome. The combination of meatloaf and hash browns make for a hearty meal.
And here’s your weekly reminder to make the Health 7 menu work for you! Swap out vegetables. Adapt the recipes to meet your needs. Don’t make something you know you’ll hate! You can always pull out favorites from previous menus and switch around your meals as you like. I want YOU to be successful as you prioritize your health, so make adjustments that will guarantee success! Have a healthy and happy week.
I’ve not talked about supplements before, but let me share some of the resources that I’ve come to depend on over the years. Vitamin B12 is especially critical to energy and brain health (deficiencies in B12 can even mimic dementia). And most of us don’t get nearly enough Vitamin D, especially as winter rolls around. For my digestive health, I rely on high quality probiotics and fiber capsules which have practically erased chronic digestive problems. You’ll pay more for better quality and purity, but this is your one and only body we’re talking about. Treat it well!
You can also try Barefoot Provisions and Thrive Market. Both deliver organic and non-GMO products right to your door, and offer a good selection of Whole30-compliant foods.