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Sugar Free Meal Plan

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Sugar Free Meal Plan

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Okay so this is not exactly a sugar free “meal plan,” but rather a list of sugar free breakfast, lunch, and dinner options that you can then customize into your own sugar free meal plan if you’d like. 

I tried to keep the list as close as possible to the kinds of meals that I actually eat now. 

Here are the breakfast, lunch, and dinner options for when you are experimenting with creating a sugar free meal plan for you or your family.

Note: We are going by the “rules” of the Fed Up Challenge-– no ADDED sugar foods for 10 days. Naturally-occurring sugar in fruits and vegetables is acceptable.

Breakfast Options

Personally, I will most likely opt for the same menu choices for breakfast (eggs, oatmeal, or toast) and lunch (salad or sandwich) over and over again and then experiment with different dinner options.

I don’t go crazy with my breakfasts or lunches. I try to keep it simple. But feel free to live it up and try all of these concoctions!

Lunch Options

Dinner Options

Dinners may sound like they would be the most difficult to prepare on a sugar free meal plan, but the key is to keep it simple! You can always just cook a protein (chicken, fish, or meat), some veggies, and brown rice or potatoes.

Of course, if you’d rather seek out more inventive sugar free dinner menu items, Pinterest is full of them!

Here are the eight meals I will be having for dinner on the sugar free meal plan… (I’ll be having leftovers for the two additional nights).

Snacks

  • Nuts
  • Fruit
  • Veggies

In case you missed it, here are some tips to make the sugar free meal plan a success and here’s why I’m doing this sugar free diet for ten days!

 
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2 thoughts on “Sugar Free Meal Plan

  1. Good for you… Don’t think I could live without my morning coffee with sugar. I make homemade bread every week- going to omit sugar next time and see what the gang thinks. Good for you, I check my labels for added sugar now, thx to you! Good luck

    1. Laura, watch the documentary!! I cut the sugar from my coffee. I do miss it 🙁 Let me know how the bread comes out! I sometimes make it in the breadmaker, too!

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