Lectin-Free Meal Plans

September 5, 2017lectinfreemama

Doing The Plant Paradox diet? Does it feel like you’re eating the same 5 things over and over? Well, I’m here to break the monotony with my weekly newsletter featuring The Plant Paradox Weeknight Meal Planner!

If you think lectin-free cooking is lacking variety, I have hundreds of recipes in my collection to prove otherwise. For over two years now, I’ve sent my email subscribers 5 Plant Paradox compliant recipes every Friday–all created (and tasted) by yours truly. I’d love for you to join and see for yourself how delicious and creative Plant Paradox meals can be 🙂

Sign up for The Plant Paradox Weeknight Meal Planner to receive 5 Plant Paradox compliant recipes in your inbox every week!

The Plant Paradox Weeknight Meal Planner

Each week’s planner will feature 5 meals with seasonal and varied ingredients. This means you won’t be eating beef 5 nights a week. Or seafood. Or salad. This also means all of the following will be featured:

  • vegetarian and vegan options
  • different ways to incorporate wild-caught seafood
  • soups, salads, casseroles, stir fries, noodle bowls, stews, etc…
  • recipes with pastured chicken and beef
  • budget recipes
  • keto-friendly
  • allergen-friendly (nut free, egg free, dairy free, soy free)
  • pressure cooked options

I also offer vegetarian, vegan, and keto substitution ideas for every single recipe. On the rare occasion I use a phase 3 ingredient, I always have an alternative idea to stay phase 2 friendly.

Meal Prep Ideas

The Plant Paradox Weeknight Meal Planner will occasionally feature meal prep ideas that you can make ahead, store, and eat throughout the week. I try to create recipes that are simple and quick for busy weeknights, but Sunday meal prep will set you up for weeklong success.

Subscribe to Receive

 By subscribing to my newsletter, you’ll receive:

  • The Plant Paradox Weeknight Meal Planner: 5 unique Plant Paradox compliant dinner recipes in your inbox every Friday
  • access to my private Facebook group, where you’ll get cooking tips, bonus recipes, and lots of support from like-minded people on a similar health journey
  • Uhhhh…the peace of mind that comes with not having to plan weeknight dinner ever again??

How much does it cost? It’s a free service I offer my readers 🙂 I thank you in advance for your subscription and your participation in the greatest lifestyle on Earth (the Plant Paradox lifestyle).

I look forward to having you in my virtual kitchen 5 nights a week, and in my exclusive Facebook group. I hope that you will join me. To sign up, click the link below!

Sign-up here for The Plant Paradox Weeknight Meal Planner!


  • Lisa

    September 6, 2017 at 4:10 am

    I saw your Facebook video announcing this and I was sooo excited! Signing up now!

  • Elisabeth

    September 8, 2017 at 5:11 pm

    Thank you

  • Alyssa

    September 25, 2017 at 10:35 pm

    Thank you so much for these amazing recipes! It is so nice to have other people create recipes, because it is so hard to be creative sometimes! I am fairly new at the lectin free diet and my husband, who is a picky vegetarian decided he needs to do something different, so he wants to eat lectin free as well. (It’s more of a pain, because he wants me to make the food that he can eat) Anyway, I made the millet cakes (I baked them instead of frying) and the red slaw. We both really enjoyed it and I noticed that one of my 16 year olds helped herself to is as well! (I made breaded chicken and roasted broccoli for my daughter,her boyfriend and my German exchange student).

    I can’t wait to try more recipes!

    Thanks so much!,


    1. Autumn.m.boyle@gmail.com

      September 27, 2017 at 1:34 am

      Make anything look like a fried chicken nugget, and kids (and some adults) will eat it. My toddler loves all of my fritters.

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