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Coconut Curry Summer Squash Soup, Baked Salmon with Roasted Potatoes and Summer Vegetable Quinoa Chili are just a few of the delicious dishes in this week’s healthy meal plan.
We just finished a week away at the beach and although it’s great to be away, I am ready to come home. I am also ready to start eating better and to get back to my routine. I ran almost every day on vacation, but we all know your diet is the most important part to feeling great.
Let’s just say there wasn’t much moderation going on this trip.
We had ice cream every night (I tasted my kids and one night ordered my own huge sundae) and we had a couple of glasses of wine every night.
It was wonderful.
The weather was absolutely perfect. The beach is definitely my happy place and although I hate to say goodbye, I want to get back to reality and help get my kids prepared for school. They finally start school after labor day!
You know it’s a fabulous vacation when your jeans are tight! 🙂
Sooooo….for all those interested, I am going to start my JUMP START this Monday in my private Facebook group. It’s super easy to follow and you will feel so much better once it’s finished, I promise! Simply go to my Facebook group here and sign up!
It’s the last unofficial week of the summer and we have some delicious dishes for you!
Summer Farro Salad from Lauren Kelly Nutrition.
Prep Ahead: You can make the farro ahead of time.
Coconut Curry Summer Squash Soup from Flavor the Moments.
Prep Ahead: Veggies may be prepped ahead of time or soup may be made in advance.
Summer Vegetable Quinoa Chili from greens & chocolate.
Prep Ahead: You can chop the veggies ahead of time.
Skillet Green Chile Chicken Chilaquiles from Spoonful of Flavor.
Baked Salmon Salad with Roasted Potatoes from Hip Foodie Mom.
Prep Ahead: This is one of my favorite salads! The salmon is optional if you don’t eat fish but I highly recommend making it!
And don’t forget to keep our handy grocery list with you!
Don’t forget to join my private Facebook group if you are interested in participating in my JUMP START! Good luck!