I am an “everything in moderation” girl when it comes to food. No way could I stick to a strict clean eating diet, and props to those who can! I like cheese and bacon just a little too much to completely give them up. So this week we have a Healthy-ish Weekly Meal Plan filled with dinner that are a little healthy, but also a little splurge-y.
I cut corners when I can by only adding a little cheese, using reduced fat sour cream and dressings, instead of deep frying I use my air fryer. Every little bit helps, right?!
Each week I share some new dinner ideas and recipes for you to try by sharing my own personal weekly meal plan. You might like everything, or you may just pick up one or two new recipes to try.
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Here’s this week’s Healthy-ish Weekly Meal Plan, just click the links to get to the full recipe.
This is a fabulous one pan meal, so that means easy clean up AND a delicious dinner.
Using the cauliflower rice is the healthy part of this dish, therefore I can justify the chorizo 😉
Go a little light on the cheese and use reduced fat sour cream or even plain Greek yogurt for the topping.
Using ground turkey instead of ground beef cuts some calories and fat for this burger. A little goat cheese makes this burger super flavorful and creamy.
Cutting calories with the bun as well by using the toasted Naan bread.
If I am going to have a lettuce wrap with grilled chicken, I won’t feel one bit bad adding just a little cheese, bacon, and ranch.
Adding avocado is an extra punch of nutrition so that helps it all balance out in my opinion.
My fun weekend snacky recipe is air fryer egg rolls!
My husband and I go to a restaurant that has a deep fried turkey, bacon, and cheese egg roll. But hey, if I air fry these it makes them healthy-ish, right?!
Check out my meal plan last week with all Superfoods Dinner Ideas and Recipes!
A few more Healthy-ish dinner ideas to try!
I mean, yes, these are breaded with Doritos…but they are baked to save a few calories.