Below are some helpful resources and meal ideas that don’t break the rules. Also, it is important to know when serving yourself “real food” you don’t need to eat as much as you would of the processed stuff! Get ready to fill up fast.
Our Free “Real Food” Meal Plans
Meal planning is KEY to cutting out processed food. Our plans below include breakfast, lunch, and dinner suggestions for a family of four plus corresponding grocery lists with pricing:
- “Real Food” Meal Plans 1 & 2
- “Real Food” Meal Plan 3
- Summer “Real Food” Meal Plan 4
- Fall “Real Food” Meal Plan 5
Low-Cost Meal Plan Subscriptions
While the plans we developed above are great resources, we don’t crank them out on a regular basis! Here are a variety of good options from some of our affiliate partners that will keep your menu fresh week after week. Note some may require slight tweaks to follow our rules, but all of these meal plans provide a solid foundation.
- PrePear – An app with both a free and paid plan where you can create customized meal plans.
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- Homemade granola cereal (pictured) with milk and berries
- Scrambled or fried eggs with whole-wheat toast1, butter, jelly2, and fresh fruit
- Whole-wheat banana (or berry) pancakes topped with 100% pure maple syrup
- Plain oatmeal (follow directions on package) topped with a dash of honey, cinnamon and raisins or other dried fruit
- Pecan maple breakfast cookies with a hard boiled egg and a banana
- Whole-wheat crepes with a side of fresh fruit and a maple mocha
- Store-bought plain Shredded Wheat cereal with milk and fruit
- Whole-wheat muffins (pictured above) with a side of plain yogurt mixed with berry sauce and topped with homemade granola cereal
- Egg omelet, bacon from the farmer’s market, whole-wheat popovers with butter and jelly2, and fresh fruit
- Whole-wheat banana bread or whole-wheat cinnamon raisin bread topped with cream cheese and a fruit smoothie or on the side
- PB&J smoothie (pictured in smoothie pop holders) and whole-wheat biscuit
- Whole wheat German oven pancake with 100% Maple Syrup and a side of mixed seasonal fruit
- Millet porridge with diced apples, raisins, and almonds
- Buckwheat pancakes with sliced bananas and blueberries on top, and a pumpkin spice mocha
- Chevre and chive scramble served with a pumpkin whole-spelt muffin and fresh strawberries
- Filled pancakes (A.K.A Whole Wheat Ebelskivers) with mango and apple slices
- Whole-wheat waffles with applesauce
- Try any of our smoothies, like the PB&J smoothie
- Fried matzo breakfast with a seasonal fruit kabob
- Whole-wheat French toast with a fruit smoothie
- Breakfast casserole bites with fresh fruit on the side
- Whole-wheat toaster pastries (aka Pop Tarts) with scrambled eggs and side of yogurt with fresh berries and peaches
- Whole spelt lemon cottage cheese pancakes with a side of blueberries and farmers market bacon
- Tomato pie, with a side of scrambled or fried eggs
- Peanut butter and jelly2 on whole-wheat bread1, sliced fresh fruit, and crackers3
- Whole-wheat tortilla filled with hummus, cheese and optional veggie (spinach, cucumber, carrot, lettuce or tomato), side of fresh fruit and store-bought whole-wheat pretzels4
- Grilled cheese on whole-wheat bread1, applesauce, and popcorn
- Caprese salad with basil pesto or grilled caprese salad sandwich
- Whole-wheat macaroni and cheese with frozen peas mixed in and a side of fresh fruit
- Curry chicken salad on whole-wheat bread, with a sliced apple
- Fruit smoothie or PB&J smoothie (pictured above)
- Whole-wheat tortilla filled with chopped cucumber, tomato, feta cheese and sprinkled with dried dill or leftover grilled veggies and goat cheese
- Whole-wheat cinnamon raisin bread and cream cheese sandwich, strawberries, and a hard-boiled egg
- Roasted pumpkin seed and currant salad and easy-cheesy crackers
- A sandwich inspiration creation
- Green eggs and ham with a whole wheat biscuit
- Potato pancakes (with vegetables) served warm or cold over a bed of spinach with goat cheese and vinaigrette dressing.
- Crackers3 with hummus, grapes, cheese, and celery or carrots
- A big salad topped with nuts, cheese and olive oil/balsamic vinegar for dressing (pictured)
- Grilled pimento cheese sandwich with whole-wheat pasta salad and fresh fruit on the side
- Diced avocado and brown rice with a little bit of low-sodium soy sauce
- Whole-wheat waffle sandwich with cream cheese, cinnamon and raisins in the middle (pictured) with a side of seasonal fruit
- Berry good wrap with a side of sliced cucumber and an orange
- Egg soufflé with ham and a side of arugula salad with shaved Parmesan (perfect for brunch)
- Brie and apple sandwich with leftover turkey and a side of grapes
- Feta pasta salad with avocado and tomato
- Whole-wheat tortilla filled with easy slow cooker refried beans, melted Monterrey Jack cheese, and sour cream with a side of avocado
- Greek Yogurt Egg Salad with a turkey-and-cheese kabob and bell pepper slices
- Leftovers from any of the dinners below!
For portable school, picnic or work lunch ideas check out the posts in the “school lunches” category.
Snacks and Appetizers
- Whole-wheat banana bread
- Dried fruit (make sure there is no added sugar) and nuts
- Fresh fruit (make them into kabobs for kids)
- Pumpkin or sunflower seeds
- Homemade granola bars or a homemade Larabar when you’re on the go
- Olives, crackers3, and cheese
- Bacon-wrapped jalapeno poppers
- Pesto cream cheese bake with a whole grain cracker (like Ak-Mak)
- Whole-wheat muffins
- Potato pancakes (with vegetables) with sour cream on the side
- Celery topped with peanut butter or cream cheese and raisins (ants on a log)
- Peanut butter, banana and date pita Pocket Sandwich
- Hard-boiled egg
- Whole-wheat cinnamon raisin bread
- Plain yogurt mixed with berry sauce
- Pecan maple breakfast cookies
- Crackers3 topped with hummus
- Bacon-wrapped dates
- Whole Wheat Cheddar Garlic Drop Biscuits
- Ranch flavored dip with celery and carrot sticks
- Slow cooker refried beans with green tomato relish, topped with melted cheese and sour cream
- Buttermilk cheese biscuit
- Whole-wheat zucchini bread or muffins (pictured)
- Whole-wheat pumpkin bread or muffins
- Pumpkin spelt muffins
- Easy cheesy crackers
- Whole-wheat popovers
- Virgin pina colada smoothie
- Curry chicken salad on Ak Mak Crackers
- Sliced raw veggies with a tzatziki dipping sauce
- Peanut butter banana smoothie
- Zucchini chips
- Rainbow fruit and veggie platters
Read more on snacks by clicking on the “snack for kids (and adults!)” category.
Salads and Soups
- Caprese salad with basil pesto
- Salad with a twist (including glazed nuts)
- Tomato, corn and black bean salad
- Cobb salad with blue cheese dressing
- Lime-cilantro quinoa salad
- White gazpacho (cold soup)
- Tomato bisque (good with grilled cheese on whole wheat bread1)
- Taco salad (pictured)
- Peanut squash soup
- Tortilla soup (good with cheese quesadillas)
- Butternut squash soup with buttered whole-wheat toast on the side
- Easy split pea soup topped with chopped bacon and a side of whole-wheat biscuits
- Homemade chicken noodle soup (pictured)
- Whole-wheat pasta salad
- Quinoa salad with diced cucumber and red bell pepper
- Salad inspiration
- Asian coleslaw with Radish MiniSticks
- Farmer’s market stir fry (with veggies and/or seafood or local meat)
- Quiche with a whole-wheat crust (if using meat make sure it is local) and a side of veggies
- Pre-made store-bought dinner option: sushi with brown rice (no deep fried ingredients or sugar/HFCS)
- Whole-wheat pizza (pictured) with a salad or veggies on the side
- Whole-wheat macaroni and cheese with a side of veggies
- Grilled or sauteed fish with vegetable pancakes, and potato skins
- Breakfast for dinner…pick from one of the egg choices above
- Homemade chicken nuggets with a side of sweet potatoes and apples
- Vegetable and/or local meat (such as chicken, sausage or beef) kabobs over brown rice
- Fajitas, or slow cooker flank steak fajitas with homemade whole-wheat tortillas
- Homemade spaghetti sauce over store-bought whole-wheat pasta
- Collard greens, potatoes, and whole-wheat buttermilk cheese biscuits
- Veggie burgers and kale chips
- BLT with (or without) crabmeat and corn on the cob
- Homemade butternut squash ravioli with roasted asparagus
- Chicken enchiladas made with homemade whole-grain corn tortillas and steamed veggies on the side
- Jambalaya with brown rice
- The best whole chicken in a crock pot with zucchini chips (pictured) and wild rice
- Homemade sushi with brown rice
- Almond encrusted fish with an easy beurre blanc sauce and a side of asparagus and baked potatoes
- Whole-wheat spaghetti and meatballs with a side of roasted broccoli (sprinkled with whole-wheat bread crumbs, Parmesan cheese, and Italian seasoning)
- Vegetable quesadillas on whole-wheat tortillas with a side of easy slow cooker refried beans
- Pork carnitas tacos with tomatillo salsa (pictured) and a side of watermelon
- Green curry shrimp served over brown rice and topped with steamed sugar snap peas
- Whole-wheat pizza pockets with sauteed seasonal vegetables on the side
- Get some salad inspiration, like mixed greens, grilled chicken, sliced strawberries, sliced almonds, crumbled blue cheese, and thinly sliced red onion with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, served with a whole wheat cheddar garlic drop biscuit on the side
- Chicken marsala pasta and fresh asparagus
- Brown rice risotto with almost any veggies or seafood or meat that’s on hand
- Grilled chicken breast with chimichurri spelt pasta and a side of sliced summer tomato.
- Enchilada casserole with a side of diced avocado and tomato salad, finished with lime and fresh cilantro
- Easy fried rice with fresh ginger and mixed chopped frozen veggies
- Roasted chicken with sweet potato casserole or chestnut and prosciutto bread stuffing, and sautéed green beans with sliced almonds
- Moroccan fish with mango and whole-wheat couscous
- Prosciutto-wrapped scallops over whole-grain polenta on a bed of arugula
- Coconut chicken satay served with peanut thai pasta
- Roasted summer vegetable pasta, made with fresh eggplant, zucchini, and Roma tomatoes, served with a side salad.
- Seafood (or turkey, or veggie) gumbo with a side of whole-grain cornbread
- Grilled local, organic beef hamburgers with a side of slow cooker baked beans and corn on the cob
- The best whole chicken in a crock pot with creamy whole-wheat mac and cheese and sautéed broccoli
- Grilled teriyaki pork tenderloin with brown rice and sautéed peppers and snap peas
- Whole-wheat fettucini alfredo topped with sauteed onions, mushrooms and bell peppers
- Grilled meat and veggie Foil Packets, perfect for camping or grilling out
- Tomato pie with corn and a whole-wheat crust, served with broccoli or a hearty side salad
- Grilled organic grass-fed hotdogs on a whole wheat bun, served with Asian coleslaw and apple slices
- Simple spaghetti with a salad on the side
- Whole Oven Roasted Chicken with parmesan couscous and sautéed zucchini and baby squash
- Chicken and Cheese Tostadas with avocado and cilantro and a side of fresh summer watermelon
For a cookout, backyard BBQ, outdoor party, picnic, or camping trip check out this post: A “Real Food” Cookout.
- Whole-wheat tortillas
- Whole-grain corn tortillas
- Chicken stock in the crock pot
- Chicken stock on the stovetop
- Honey whole-wheat sandwich bread (for bread machine)
- Whole-wheat breadcrumbs
- Whole-wheat pasta (use the pasta portion of this ravioli recipe)
- Homemade berry sauce
- Easy cheesy whole-grain crackers
- Basic fruit smoothie
- Whole-wheat biscuits
- Strawberry honey jam
- Cream of mushroom soup
- Blue cheese salad dressing
- Simple mustard vinaigrette
- Homemade popsicles, ice pops, snow cones and push-ups (pictured)
- Maple pecan ice cream
- Chocolate torte with whipped cream and chocolate sauce
- Banana ice cream
- Homemade peach sorbet
- Whole-wheat crepes filled with fruit and topped with chocolate sauce
- Chocolate mousse
- Chocolate chip cookies
- Chocolate cake with easy whipped cream frosting
- Chocolate pecan pie
- Fruit crisp
- Whole-wheat holiday cookies
- Strawberry ice cream Sunday with a strawberry honey jam drizzle and walnuts
- Banana, date and vanilla smoothie
- Whole-wheat cookie cake
- Whole-grain mini donuts
- Cinnamon glazed popcorn
- Whole-wheat German oven pancake topped with homemade ice cream
- Yellow cupcakes with homemade frosting
- Watermelon cake
- Fudge pops
- Homemade fruit roll-ups
Stocking a Real Food Kitchen
- My favorite kitchen essentials (including appliances and gadgets we own)
- 21 “Real food” essentials for freezer, pantry, & fridge
- Supermarket “real food” cheat sheet
- Where to buy real food
- Grocery shopping template (+ my routine)
- Our pantry
- Our refrigerator
- Our freezer
Eating out tip: Most restaurants do not offer 100% whole-wheat (a lot of “wheat breads” are made with both whole-wheat and white flours) so it is best to just avoid things like bread, breading/breadcrumbs, crusts, flour tortillas, etc. It is also recommended to ask questions when it comes to sauces because a surprising amount contain sugar. It can be difficult to avoid refined grains and sweeteners when eating out so we usually try to focus on finding restaurants that serve locally grown/raised products. For more tips including specific meals you could order at some chain restaurants check out this post.
- Fish or shellfish
- Potatoes, beans, or brown rice
- Vegetable side dishes or combination plates
- Egg dishes
- Sushi with brown rice
Read more on the specific restaurants where we like to eat in Charlotte.
General Resources and Information
- Understanding Grains (corn, wheat, multi-grain, etc.)
- What (should be) in your sandwich bread?
- How far does your produce travel?
- Buying organic or not
- Sweeteners 101
- “You are what you eat eats too”
- Milk – good or bad?
- High-fructose corn syrup 101
- The deal with corn
- Are you being fooled by the imitation?
- Becoming a “flexitarian” (meat consumption)
- (Not) Cleaning your plate
Posts Detailing our Personal Changes in Health
- Shocking Blood Test Results
- Budget Day 100: Victory!
- Day 56: A Brave Friend and Health Benefits Update
- Day 47: Health Benefits
- A change in diet could be your cure for constipation
1. I found “approved” sandwich bread at a bakery chain called Great Harvest. Their honey whole-wheat loaf only has 5 ingredients. You could also make your own with our honey whole-wheat bread recipe.
2. For jelly use a whole “fruit spread” variety with no sugar.
3. Ak Mak crackers are 100% whole-grain.
4. There are some 100% whole-wheat sprouted grain pretzels called “Splits” by Unique brand.
325 thoughts on “Meal Ideas & Resources”
this is perfect! I’m allergic to food additives and this has some great recipes that won’t make me sick !
Thanks for the yummy recipes.
I just found you through pinterest. I am so thankful for your site and for Pinterest!!!! I am a lacto-ovo vegetarian and find I can use most of your recipes and advice. This is rare! Thank you for the work you put into this so my family can be a step (or 100) closer to being more healthy!
I thought I was the only one who was weird about reading labels, not for nutrition info but for crazy ingredients. I think this site may be somewhere where I belong. But, like others, I don’t see where they are on FB. Can I get them emailed? Thanks!
Just found this through Pinterest. I’m surprised at how many of the foods I already ate on this list. I’ve been trying to cut bad stuff from diet and haven’t had a diet soda (or any soda for that matter) in 4 days. I am trying to eat healthier to be in the best shape for my upcoming marathon and this list is perfect! Although being a 21 year old college student, alcohol is the biggest challenge
Thank you, thank you, thank you. This is absolutely great, I’ve been working on a non-processed food diet and find it somewhat challenging. Your information is so helpful. It’s true, I’ve lost weight, feel healthier, skin has a glow to it and so on.
I am so glad I found this site through Pinterest! I have been interested in this a long time but unsure of how to get the ball rolling. I can’t wait to start!
Thanks for posting all this!!!!
Found you on Pinterest and I am up to the challenge of no processed foods. Thank you for all the great ideas. I’m looking forward to trying these recipes
My husband hates and will not eat vegetables with the exception of corn, green beans and carrots with brown sugar added. How can I fix meals that are better for him that he will eat? He is strictly meat and potatoes guy and it is hard to fix anything healthy. (Shh,I do hide vegetables in my spaghetti sauce.)
This post might help: https://www.100daysofrealfood.com/2011/07/07/convincing-a-reluctant-spouse-to-eat-real-food/
Just found you thru Pinterest. Your site is EXACTLY what I’ve been looking for for MONTHS now! Thanks for taking the time to post this stuff!
Thanks for the blog. I have been eating this way on my own for over 3 months. Your site will be very helpful. Not only does this make you feel good you lose weight!
LOVE THIS! I’m about a week into the challenge and it gets easier and I feel better every day! Like you, I never before payed any close attention to what I was buying, but after reading this I completely cleaned out my kitchen cabinets and stocked up on all naturals! Only a week in and my mood and my skin is thanking me!!
Thank you so, so much for posting and inspiring people to start eating healthier!!
This is a winner Idea!!!
I just found this through pinterest also and I am going to try it! I just grocery shopped and can’t waste all of that stuff but as soon as I need to shop again this is starting!
Wow! I found your site from Pinterest and I’m in heaven.
Thanks for the challenge and sharing what you have learned…
I’vE BEEN INSPIRED! I cant wait to try it all. I’m on my 3rd day of nothing processed and I feel great.
Here’s a great video with a lot of helpful information about the food we eat.
First of all, I LOVE your blog! I recently started making switches in the way my family eats and I notice SUCH a difference! I read Nina Planck’s Real Food for mother and baby after several miscarriages and it just made sense! I have a question regarding “Naked Juice” I’ve read conflicting reports and just wondered what you thought of it. It’s the only store bought juice we drink in our house but I’m questioning whether it’s a good choice…especially when I get pregnant again….
Thanks so much!
BTW….We drink the Naked Juice Green Machine (forgot to put that!) :)
You know I have not researched that brand specifically, but with all juices they should really be consumed in moderation (my girls maybe have 1 or 2 cups of apple juice a week) because the sugars from the fruit are very concentrated and you’re not getting all the other good stuff you get when eating the whole fruit. I hope that helps and good luck!
Lisa! I just want to say how inspiring you are to all those that are just learning about real food. I started reading your blog a few weeks ago, and thought I would give it a try. My Ah-Ha moment that I would like to share with you is the bread! I found a Great Harvest Bread Co. near my work yesterday and picked up a couple loaves. This morning I made some real french toast and I cannot even being to tell you how GOOD it tasted! Thank you for showing be the light! :)
So glad to hear that…eating right can actually taste really good! Glad you are seeing the light :)
Wow! I have been reading your blog, for what seems like hours today, and I have to admit I am a little overwhelmed and intimidated. But, my husband and I both agree that this is exactly what we need to do, for ourselves and our children. Thank you for being so open with your journey and for posting everything for the rest of us to see and follow!
I took the ten day pledge and now my snacks consist of fruit and lara bars( which I am addicted to)we have continued to eat natural and without a bunch of the preservatives
Can you tell me, the Whole Wheat Pastry Flour, is that ok as a substitute for the refined white flour?
I have 3 in my pantry (I bake a lot), they’re all organic and the ingredients are: Organic whole grain soft wheat flour / Organic Whole Grain Soft White Wheat and 100% Organic Whole Wheat Stone Ground Pastry Flour.
Yes, that type of flour is fine Lou, but FYI it will turn rancid if you don’t keep whole-wheat flour in the fridge or freezer.
What do you do when in our case we go to our inlaws once or twice a month and sometimes we eat lunch and dinner with them or just dinner. They do not eat healthy at all burgers, pizza etc. What would you suggest we do short of bringing our own food which would hurt my mil feelings.
I get this question a lot so it is #11 on my FAQ page! https://www.100daysofrealfood.com/frequently-asked-questions/
My mom and I have started trying to not eat processed foods. I have several health problems (er, one that causes many), so I definitely want to stop eating all of that nasty stuff. I found this on Pinterest, and I just have to say THANK YOU! Sometimes it’s hard to find resources on things like this. You can find vegan and veggie things online, but a lot of those foods are crazy processed, too.
Did you post a file that told how to take care of fruits and vegetables–refrigerate/not, out of the package/in the package, etc.? I can’t find it, but I thought it was on this site. Help! :)
Nope…wasn’t me. Sorry! :)
I hate to say it, but all of those whole wheat products are extremely processed.
I’m lactose intolerant AND I cannot eat nuts. This will be interesting, but I will try.
Do you use a standard ratio for subbing in honey or maple syrup for sugar? Is it 1:1?? Also, ever baked and just left out the sugar? Does that work??? Thanks!!
Yes, if recipes call for a small amount of sugar you can just leave it out…honey is stronger than sugar so only use half if subbing that instead.
I would just like to thank you for your wonderful website. I’ve been looking for the right eating lifestyle for some time now. I’ve tried high protein, low fat, gluten-free, but none have seemed like a good fit until I heard about “real food”. It just makes perfect sense to me. And when I eat this type of diet and feed my family these foods I feel great! I was always worried that being so “picky” would make me look silly or make me stand out which I don’t really enjoy:) So thanks for helping me justify my desire to provide healthy, nourishing foods to me and my family with the enormous amount of research and information on this website. I can’t tell you how much I have enjoyed your recipes and your stories. Thank you!
Love, love, love what you’re doing here! Eating only whole, organic, non-gmo foods, pastured beef/dairy/chicken/eggs and cutting all processed sugars, artificial colors, sweeteners and preservatives is practically a religion for me. I preach it everywhere I go to anyone who will listen. So glad to have found your site!
As a few others have said – this is a great start! But I have to disagree heartily that wheat and other grains are real, unprocessed food. We, as a species, we’re never meant to eat grains (or dairy!), and it does horrific stuff to our guts, and thus, our everything. If you want to do a true real food challenge, you should only be eating pastured meat, wild seafood, vegetables, fruit, and maybe some nuts here and there. Resources: http://www.marksdailyapple.com, http://www.whole9life.com, http://www.balancedbites.com. Good luck!
I can take the million day challenge. This is how I live every day already. Happy to see this site. Great to encourage others.
good luck everyone. not that hard to do when you put your mind to it.
GRAIN-FREE VEGAN PAMI
Thank you for this, I really want to cut out processed foods as much as possible because I have Diabetes. You have so many recipes. Thanks again
I’ve had your site book marked for a while now and just came across it again from Pinterest. I just ordered the Norpro Ice Pops you have pictured under the kids snacks section. My son has egg and dairy allergies. He will be so excited that he can now have “go-gurt” just like his friends at school. I’ll put coconut yogurt in the ice pops!
I am thrilled with your blog. As a young wife 36 years ago, I did the exact same thing. There was no processed food in our house and we belonged to a food co-op, so everything was natural and fresh. I made all our bread and meals from scratch, and still mostly do.It is refreshing to see young people embracing this idea again.
I’m so excited right now! I just stumbled across your site! And the weird part… my hubby and I were just discussing switching our diet to this last night!!! And now here is your site to help me along…how fortunate for me! And maybe a ‘sign’ that I am on the right path! :) THANKS!!!!
I really want to do this, but I don’t know where to start! Is there any advice?
Here’s a good getting started post that I wrote for another blog: http://onceamonthmom.com/get-real-where-to-begin-with-real-food/
I love it!! This looks awesome and I will definitely be trying a lot of these ideas. As of right now, My boyfriend and I are on a 10 day juice fast. We are only drinking smoothies like naked juice that have no artificial ingredients or preservatives, and eating only dinner, and only produce at that. We made some home made guacamole and ate it on bell peppers as “chips”.. we are both feeling so much better/healthier and can’t wait to switch over to only foods that are healthy for us after our fast is over!! So, I’m lovin’ your blog!
Hi – love your blog. I have to say, we’ve been eating this way for about 6 months now (before I stumbled upon your page) I am happy to see others are doing this. Now I have some new meal ideas. Keep up the good work. You’ll never go back to non-clean eating again!
Heya i am for the primary time here. I found this board and I find It truly useful & it helped me out much. I’m hoping to provide one thing back and help others like you helped me.
Wow- thank you so so much for putting all of this into one page! It will be added as one of my favorites. Many thanks for the help & encouragement you give me for taking care of the family God’s blessed me with!