Finally, A Meal Plan For Couples That Are Tired Of Asking “What Are We Going To Eat?” And Love To Eat Restaurant Quality Food – Quickly & Stress Free
It’s a shame to see so many couples struggle with dinner hour. Especially since it’s those same couples that love good food and want to eat well. I understand how it happens. You get home from work and your brain goes blank.
“What are we going to eat?”
Either there’s a fully stocked fridge and you’re not sure where to begin (with the fresh food or that stuff that has started to rot? Yum, appetizing) or the fridge is empty, and you’re trying to create something from nothing.
These scenarios often involve frequent stops to the grocery store (adding $50/week to your grocery bill) or you end up grabbing takeout (which is rarely tasty/healthy and usually costly).
Has any of this ever happened to you? Is it often?
There’s good news. Meals don’t have to be complicated, time consuming or stressful if the planning is there.
But what if you love to eat well, but don’t have the time (or energy) to put into planning it?
You could eat out at nice restaurants every night, but that gets pricey and isn’t super healthy. But you can eat well at home for a fraction of the cost. In fact, the cost of our entire weekly grocery bill is the equivalent to the cost of eating out for 1 day. That’s a huge cost savings.
A little bit of planning goes a long way.
The best part is you don’t even need to do the planning. I’ve done it for you. For $1.50/week you’ll get everything you’ll need including the grocery list, recipes and support to answer your questions. (Sorry, personal chef not included.)
Just wanted you to know that I have now made three dinners – and they were all so easy and scrumptious, it would be hard to say which one was the best. I made the Cod with lentils and spinach, poached salmon and the grilled vegetable stacks – plus the oatmeal that you soak overnight in milk. The best part is that while I’m eating dinner – I’m also looking forward to leftovers for the next day’s lunch! Can’t wait to receive more menus – you are an answered prayer. One by one I am letting my cooking magazine subscriptions expire! Ellen W., Massachusetts, USA Real Food Meal Plans For Two Customer
Real Food Menu Plans For Two
The ONLY real food menu plan that is made for couples (and singles) who love to cook amazing real food meals – quickly.
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This Meal Plan Is…
- For people who get home from work and their brain goes blank when it comes to the question, “What are we going to eat?”
- For people who have transitioned or are transitioning to real foods (works for both). Recipes are designed for real food ingredients but work with processed sugar and flours too. You can transition at your own pace.
- Couples who love to eat well
- People who want to eat a real food diet but don’t want to spend a bunch of time over analyzing it or thinking about all the components that go into it.
- Couples that know they need to reduce wheat products and eat more veggies but still want to enjoy a varied diet that still includes butter, bacon and meat.
Sure there are a ton of meal plans out there for gluten free, dairy free, Traditional diets, Paleo, Primal, allergy free and so on and so forth. But nothing for couples that LOVE to eat well using a variety of real food ingredients and are not following a super restrictive diet.
In our family (of 2), mealtime is a time to connect, relax, enjoy good conversation or even just decompress. By taking the time to prepare our food, eat well and take the time to truly be in the moment, we not only enjoy the health benefits of eating nutritious food, but the benefits of reduced stress (even if it is just during meal time).
In Real Food Meal Plans For Two, you won’t find preservatives, prepackaged sauces, rancid vegetable oils or hydrogenated fats. Instead you’ll find dishes using flavorful herbs and spices, fresh vegetables, juicy meat, seafood, creamy nutritious soups, fun breakfast ideas and the occasional decadent desserts of chocolate (the way they were meant to be), fruit and dairy (and even sometimes cream).
That being said, you’ll notice that olive oil will be used predominately! Hey, it works for the French and Mediterraneans, some of the healthiest and longest living people on earth. Their secret? The eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, a modest amount of fish and seafood, healthy fats from olives, avocados and small portions of cheese and local meat (most often grass fed or free range).
These Meal Plans For Two Aren’t For You If…
- If you’re looking for roast beef and ‘taters – look someplace else
- If you want big pasta dishes with heavy cream sauces…nope not here
- If you want recipes for things that are deep fried. Most definitely not.
- If you don’t like to eat vegetables, this is NOT your meal plan