7-Day Low Carb Menu Plan

One week of cutting carbs = lifestyle changes for the better!

Whether you’re looking to shrink your waistline, or simply to improve your overall health, opting for a menu plan with lower carbs can be beneficial. Cutting excess carbohydrates is as easy as cooking low carb recipes and choosing fresh, natural foods. To help you on your way to achieving your health goals, we’ve provided a 7-day low carb menu plan to follow.

Sunday
Breakfast: Superfoods Smoothie
Lunch: Paleo Friendly Meaty Veggie Roll-ups
Dinner: Slow Cooker Lower Carb Cabbage Roll Stew (Be sure to save enough for tomorrow’s lunch!)
Snack/Dessert: Zucchini Hummus with fresh veggies

Monday
Breakfast: Yogurt and fresh fruit
Lunch: Slow Cooker Lower Carb Cabbage Roll Stew (Left over from last night’s dinner)
Dinner: Veggie Shepherd’s Pie cooked with creamy mashed cauliflower instead of potatoes (Be sure to save enough for tomorrow’s lunch!)
Snack/Dessert: Half cup mixed nuts

Slow Cooker Zucchini Ziti

Tuesday
Breakfast: Candied Maple Sweet Potatoes
Lunch: Veggie Shepherd’s Pie cooked with creamy mashed cauliflower instead of potatoes (Left over from last night’s dinner)
Dinner: Slow Cooker Zucchini Ziti
Snack/Dessert: Left over Zucchini Hummus with fresh veggies

Chicken-noodle-soup (1)Wednesday
Breakfast: Strawberry Banana Smoothie
Lunch: Herby, Juicy Watermelon, Tomato and Feta Salad
Dinner: Chicken Noodle Soup cooked without noodles (Be sure to save enough for tomorrow’s lunch!)
Snack/Dessert: 2-3 Cups air-popped organic popcorn

Breakfast Yogurt Parfait To Go

Thursday
Breakfast: Breakfast Yogurt Parfait To Go
Lunch: Chicken Noodle Soup cooked without noodles (Left over from last night’s dinner)
Dinner: Pork Tenderloin with Peach Salsa and Peppery Slaw
Snack/Dessert: Clean-Eating Caramel Apples 

Friday
Breakfast: Individual Egg & Spinach Bowls
Lunch: Citrus and Spinach Salad with Creamy Lemon Dressing
Dinner: Slow Cooker Black Bean and Chicken served in a low-carb tortilla (Be sure to save enough for tomorrow’s lunch!)
Snack/Dessert: A handful of frozen grapes

Avocado Breakfast PizzasSaturday
Breakfast: Avocado Breakfast Pizzas served on low calorie tortilla
Lunch: Slow Cooker Black Bean and Chicken served in a low-carb tortilla (Left over from last night’s dinner)
Dinner: Slow Cooker Fiesta Chicken Soup
Snack/Dessert: Slow Cooker Beets with Creamy Goat Cheese Sauce 

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2 Comments

    1. Hi Arlene, great question!

      Looking at the smoothie alone, it doesn’t seem like it should be considered low-carb, but the total carbs for the day are only around 75 grams or so. According to Healthline, low-carb diets can actually range anywhere from as low as 20 carbs per day (keto) up to 150 grams per day. This particular plan is designed to be more relaxed, and is a good stepping stone towards a more extreme low carb meal plan. If this one has too many carbs for your goals, we definitely have other options that are more extreme. Check out the Easy 7-Day Keto Menu Plan. We do our best to create a wide range of meal plans, because one meal plan definitely won’t work for everyone! 🙂 Hope that helps!

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