Halloween Week Meal Plan

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Today is Halloween which means many of you will be eating candy for dinner. Don’t worry, I won’t judge you. I do recommend you make a big bowl of soup or chili before your candy eating begins. If you are full of something healthy you won’t eat as many treats.

I also recommend that you get rid of your leftover Halloween candy as fast as possible. Need ideas?

  • Some dentists will “buy” candy from you
  • Donate it to organizations that send it to soldiers
  • Find a local non-profit that serves children
  • If you work in an office you can leave it in a shared kitchen or break room

The longer you have the candy in your house the more you will eat. Halloween candy can sabotage your eating plans until Thanksgiving treats move in.

If your kids will be eating candy for the next week, make sure they are getting plenty of healthy meals. This week, I’m sharing a dinner meal plan to help you eat well.

Plant-Based Meal Plan

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Weekly Plant-Based Dinner Meal Plan

This week, I’m sharing our weekly dinner meal plan. We might switch meals around a little bit depending on our schedule. For breakfast we will have our usual suspects like toast with SunButter and fruit, Instant Pot Oatmeal or bagels.


Spaghetti, side salad and green beans


Minestrone Soup


Cheesy Broccoli and Rice Casserole (Crock Pot)


“Beefy” Lentil and Veggie Soup


Lentil Tacos, Cilantro Lime Quinoa and Unfried Beans

This weekend I’ll be heading to Denver to the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference. This is one of my favorite conferences with some of my favorite bloggers. Even if you aren’t in the food allergy world, it’s a great conference for bloggers in general. I learn something new each year and make great relationships. If you are looking for a great conference join me at FAB Con!

What are you eating this week? Will you have to deal with extra treats around the house?

Want a more robust meal plan? Don’t forget to download my latest Fall Meal Plan! It contains a menu, a shopping list and recipes. Get more info here!

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  1. I have to comment on sending candy to soldiers. Not that it’s a bad idea, but… My husband has been on a few deployments and they would get so much candy: Halloween,Christmas, Easter and in between that they wouldn’t eat most of it. Just sayin. If it gets it out of the house and makes your kids feel good then go for it.

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