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Paleo Meal Plan #9

These Paleo-friendly meal plans are for six dinner recipes and a dessert thrown in for fun! All of these recipes are paleo friendly, seasonal, and most can be easily adapted to be Keto/Low-Carb or Whole30 friendly. 

Paleo Meal Plan -- 6 paleo dinners and 1 paleo dessert recipe to get you set for the week!

One of my favorite things about putting together these paleo meal plans with Julia at The Roasted Root is seeing all of the beautiful COLOR in these meals!

Vegetables are gorgeous, right?

Thinking ahead to Easter, we’ve got some SUPER QUICK weeknight meals so you’ll have more time to prep for the weekend, if you’re celebrating.

We also included a recipe for you to use up some of those leftover hard-cooked Easter Eggs and delightful dairy-free vanilla custard cups with a to-die-for berry sauce!




BRUSSELS, SAUSAGE, & APPLE HASH — This is an oldie, but a quick recipe with simple ingredients that sing when pan fried together! On a sentimental note, it shows what cooking and photographing is like with a baby strapped to your chest. (That baby is 8 now!)

Brussels, Sausage & Apple Hash -- Paleo Meal Plan

Special Diet Note: Paleo, Whole30, & low-carb as is.

Prep Ahead: Brussels can be prepped ahead of time.

Substitutions: Swap out Brussels for another cruciferous vegetable like chopped cabbage, broccoli, or cauliflower.


30-MINUTE MONGOLIAN CHICKEN – This simple recipe is loaded with flavor and can easily be made any night of the week. Make a double or triple batch to meal prep it!

30-Minute Mongolian Chicken -- Paleo Meal Plans.

Special Diet Note: Recipe is paleo. Serve with cauliflower rice to make recipe Whole30. Use liquid aminos instead of coconut aminos for keto and serve with cauliflower rice.

Prep Ahead: No advance prep is needed, as the recipe comes together lightning fast!

Substitutions: Replace the coconut aminos with liquid aminos, and/or serve the side with choice of steamed rice, cauliflower rice, or vegetable noodles.


EGG CURRY – Egg Curry is an easy, meatless Indian-style curry! And a great home for some of those Easter eggs after the big hunt is over.

Egg Cury -- Paleo Meal Plans

Special Diet Note: Recipe is paleo & Whole30 friendly.

Prep Ahead: Hard-cook eggs ahead of time.

Substitutions: Use whatever side you like — cauilflower rice, steamed jasmine rice, or some roasted cauilflower.


30-MINUTE TERIYAKI BEEF SKILLET – A quick and easy ground beef recipe with bright, fresh vegetables and an easy sauce!

30-Minute Teriyaki Beef Skillet -- Paleo Meal Plans

Special Diet Note: Recipe is Paleo and Whole30. Make it Keto by swapping the teriyaki sauce for liquid aminos or soy sauce.

Prep Ahead: No advance prep is needed, as the recipe comes together lightning fast!

Substitutions: Use your favorite vegetables, and swap the ground beef for your favorite ground meat.


CHICKEN TACO SALADS — Hands down my favorite shredded chicken for tacos and taco salads! Dress this chicken however you like!

Best Instant Pot Shredded Chicken for Tacos - Chicken Taco Salads

Special Diet Note: Chicken is paleo and low-carb. Check the ingredients on the chipotles if you’re doing Whole30.

Prep Ahead: You can make this chicken 3-4 days in advance and assemble salads when you’re ready to eat.

Substitutions: Use any salad fixings you like.


EASY 4-INGREDIENT MEDITERRANEAN STUFFED SALMON  — Mediterranean Stuffed Salmon with feta, sun-dried tomatoes, and spinach. This quick and easy healthy dinner recipe only requires 4 ingredients (not counting oil and sea salt), and comes together in about 40 minutes.

4-Ingredient Stuffed Mediterranean Skillet -- Paleo Meal Plans

Special Diet Note: Recipe is paleo and keto. Make it whole30 by swapping the feta cheese for artichoke hearts.

Prep Ahead: No advance prep is necessary! The recipe comes together quickly.

Substitutions: Use kale or chard instead of spinach, fresh cherry tomatoes instead of sun-dried tomatoes, and/or add kalamata olives or artichoke hearts.


VANILLA CUSTARD CUPS WITH BERRY SAUCE — A simple, yet elegant and delicious dessert that you can prep completely ahead of time! It’s dairy-free and easily made low-carb as well.

Dairy-Free Vanilla Custard with Berry Sauce - Paleo Meal Plans

Special Diet Note: Recipe is paleo. Tapioca flour adds a small amount of carbs in this recipe, but it’s relatively low carb as is.

Prep Ahead: Custard needs to chill in the fridge for several hours before serving and can be made up to 5 days in advance. The berry sauce (see recipe link within custard post) can be made a week in advance.

Substitutions: If you’d rather not make the berry sauce, you can serve the custard with fresh berries or any other spring fruit you like.

Grocery List

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Paleo Meal Plan Grocery list

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