Day 1: Breakfast and Lunch
Warm berries are poured over steel cut oats to create a sweet treat in a healthy breakfast bowl with 41g of whole grains per serving. Make sure to use organic butter and honey.
This greek-inspired salad works as a great make-ahead lunch that is not shy on flavor. The hearty farro grain gives the salad great texture, while the crumbled feta adds a delicious tangy flavor with each bite.
Day 1: Snack and Dinner
This is delicious with crudités, smeared over whole-grain bread, or stuffed into mini sweet bell peppers. You can garnish with lemon rind for a pretty effect.
Seasoned simply and easily, this pork tenderloin is a stunner. Served with mushrooms and onions, this meal has just the right balance of hearty protein and tasty veggies. Not to mention, the pork makes for a great leftover for the next day.
Day 2: Breakfast and Lunch
This filling smoothie is a healthful way to wake up and get your day going. If you need to speed up your morning routine, make a smoothie "bag" with all the ingredients except the orange juice the night before. Then, add the smoothie bag and the orange juice to your blender, and combine until creamy.
This easy, filling lunch is a great way to up your veggie intake without eating a salad. Coming together in just 15 minutes, it doesn't get much simpler or cleaner than this Mediterranean-inspired, open-faced sammie.
Day 2: Snack and Dinner
Pop a couple of chocolatey Coconut-Date Truffle Bites in your mouth for a sweet, satisfying, and ultra-clean afternoon pick-me-up.
This one-pan meal is a crowd-pleaser and testament to how 4 ingredients can come together to form a supremely satisfying dish, ready in a flash. We broil the steak over the veggies so the meat juices baste them as they cook.
Day 3: Breakfast and Lunch
Bright, refreshing grapefruit pairs surprisingly well with nutty-earthy toasted sesame oil. This meal is full of satiating heart-healthy fats that will keep you full for a long time.
This is the kind of delectable vegetarian fare that makes you forget about meat. Any sprouts you like will work in place of radish sprouts. Loaded with hearty veggies and a delightfully nutty spread, this is this kind of lunch that makes clean eating easy and enjoyable.
Day 3: Snack and Dinner
These bars fit snugly into snack-size zip-top plastic bags but also divide easily into squares. Store in an airtight container up to three days.
Shaving raw root veggies into a side-dish salad is a fantastic approach. They're ready in just a few minutes, their earthy flavors stay vibrant, and a simple vinaigrette tenderizes them while retaining some crunch.
Day 4: Breakfast and Lunch
If you think you're over avocado toast, this topper will change your mind. Fresh avocado, grape tomatoes, kalamata olives, and a hard-cooked egg drizzled with tahini create a truly addicting combination. So what is tahini? Tahini is the stuff of life in Israel, like olive oil in Italy or butter in France. The paste, made from toasted ground hulled sesame seeds, is nutty and rich, with a slightly bitter finish and an unctuous mouthfeel akin to peanut butter.
This bright, colorful salad features soft squash that is perfect in the fall for salads and soups. Sweet butternut squash adds great texture and flavor that keeps this salad exciting and jam-packed with antioxidants.
Day 4: Snack and Dinner
Sun-dried tomatoes, Greek yogurt, and chopped anchovy fillets give these deviled eggs a distinctly Mediterranean flair. Not only are these incredibly easy to make, they add a touch of elegance and sophistication to an otherwise bland hard-boiled egg.
This fresh, simple dinner is made from all pantry staples that you already have. Hearty salmon and slightly bitter broccolini join forces to create a clean eating, superfood dinner that will leave you satisfied without feeling stuffed.
Day 5: Breakfast and Lunch
Start the day off with an easy, highly-customizable breakfast hash that will leave you fueled and ready for the day ahead. Add whatever other veggies you might have on hand and top it with hot sauce for an exciting burst of flavor.
Inexpensive dried brown lentils make up the bulk of this soup, with accents of Italian sausage for richness. Dried brown lentils hold their shape after being cooked, so this soup is a good one to make ahead. The spinach will lose its vibrant color, though, so either add it when reheating the soup or make your peace with the darker color.
Day 5: Snack and Dinner
Cucumbers are a wonderful alternative to crackers during snack time. Top them off with a little cream cheese, nonfat Greek yogurt, feta cheese, and walnuts for a protein-packed crunch. Cute, portable, and easy, these are great party starters that guests will love snacking on. Tangy feta cheese steals the show and brightens up the vegetable base.
The lemony, nutty gremolata is addictive. Dollop it over any number of proteins, or spread it on a toasty sandwich. Serve the chicken with a peppery arugula salad, and you're good to go.