November 2, 2015 Meal Plan

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I can’t believe it is November. This year has flown by, my kids are already talking about Christmas! I’m thinking about Thanksgiving myself. (I big THANK YOU to all of you who purchased the Healthy Holiday Meal Plan and Cook Book already!)

I hope you survived the time change this weekend without missing anything important. Fun fact: Arizona doesn’t observe day light savings time so our time never changes. I just have to remember my family and business contacts time difference when making phone calls.

I’m also looking forward to my trip to Denver for the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference next weekend. I’ll be on a panel with Erica Dermer and Keely McGuire on Saturday morning so say a little prayer for me. In fact, I’ll be taking next week off from blogging while I get ready to travel. I’ll still be traveling the following Monday so feel free to view the meal plan archives for ideas or download the Free Meal Plan I shared a few weeks ago.

Lastly, I want to give a big shout out to Maddie and Connie! They have started making some of my recipes and their own healthy recipes. Then they text me about it. I love it! Thanks for brightening my day ladies!

November Meal Plan for a plant-based, vegan diet.

November 2, 2015 Meal Plan

Back to this week, we have a lot on the schedule. I’ll rely on my Crock Pot for easy meals and some of my favorite fast meals.


My kids are on an oatmeal kick. Who can blame them? We will be enjoying oatmeal most of the week and maybe some blueberry muffins later this week. I usually make steel cut oats in my Instant Pot (it’s a great price on Amazon).


I’ll stick to leftovers for lunches but I’ve really been craving veggie sandwiches. I think I miss the fresh tomatoes that come with summer.


What does your week look like? Do you have enough time to cook or will you be using your Crock Pot too?

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