No Sugar Challenge Meals Calendar

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Welcome To The No Sugar Challenge Meals Calendar!

I recently asked some of you what type of meal plan “layout” you would find easiest to use for the No Sugar Challenge. While many of you chose to have a “list” set up where you could just pick from different suggestions, some of you also wanted a day-to-day calendar layout. So, I created this No Sugar Challenge Meals Calendar.

Obviously, feel free to substitute things where you like. This is not written in stone.

Please Note: These are simply sample meal plans I put together off the top of my head. I don’t claim that they are at all specific to your particular nutrient needs. Please make adjustments where you need them. These are just outlines.

No Sugar Challenge Meals Calendar

Also, many of these dishes will give you lots of leftovers, especially if you’re only cooking for 1 or 2 people. So use those leftovers for other meals so you don’t have to cook so much. Because honestly, if you try to cook everything on these menus, you’ll drive yourself crazy. Then you’ll get mad at me, and the whole thing could get ugly. So please, be kind to yourself. This doesn’t have to be hard.

Enjoy!

No Sugar Challenge Meals Calendar – Week #1

MealsMeal #1Meal #2Meal #3Meal #4Meal #5Meal #6
MondaySmoothieEgg whites
& orange
Taco SaladGreen salad
with nuts
Stuffed DatesVeggies &
Hummus
TuesdayBanana MeusliVeggies &
Hummus
Curry Tofu
Pasta
SmoothieChicken Bok ChoyVeggies &
Ranch Dip
WednesdayBlack Bean ScrambleBrown Rice
Cake with
Peanut butter
Chicken SandwichBlueberry
Cottage Cheese
Coconut Curry
Shrimp
Smoothie
ThursdaySmoothieCottage cheese
with salsa and cucumbers
Salmon with
steamed veggies
Egg whites
& orange
Meatloaf with
BBQ’d Carrots
Veggies &
Ranch Dip
FridaySmoothieSpinach Dip
on whole grain
crackers
Chicken Apple
Salad
Veggies &
Hummus
Garlic Broccolini
Pasta
Egg whites
& carrots
SaturdayPesto QuicheSmoothieNut crusted
Chicken

with
Baked Almond
Asparagus
Veggies &
Ranch Dip
Fish Tacos with
Quinoa Tortillas
Spinach Dip
on whole grain
crackers
SundaySavory OatmealBlueberry
Cottage Cheese
SmoothieBrown Rice
Cake with
Peanut butter
EnchiladasEgg whites
& veggies

No Sugar Challenge Meals Calendar – Week #2

MealsMeal #1Meal #2Meal #3Meal #4Meal #5Meal #6
MondayShrimp & Egg
Scramble
SmoothieChicken SandwichEgg whites
& brown rice
Millet with garden
vegetables
Coconut Banana
Ice Cream
(dessert)
Veggies &
Hummus
TuesdaySmoothieEgg whites
& veggies
Black bean
soup
Cottage cheese
with salsa and cucumbers
EnchiladasVeggies&
Ranch Dip
WednesdayProtein PancakesVeggies &
Ranch Dip
Vegetarian
Lasagna
SmoothieShrimp Scampi
with homemade
Irish Soda
Bread
Tomato Soup
ThursdaySmoothieVeggies &
Hummus
Chicken Curry
With Peas
Brown Rice
Cake with
Peanut butter
Stuffed Bell
Peppers
Spinach Dip
on whole grain
crackers
FridayProtein PancakesSmoothieFrench Onion
Soup
Green salad
with nuts
Chili NachosBrown Rice
Cake with
Peanut butter
SaturdayMushroom & Spinach
Frittata
SmoothieHummus WrapsBlueberry
Cottage Cheese
Peanut Tahini
Pasta
Veggies &
Ranch Dip
SundaySmoothieEgg whites
& carrots
Minestrone
Soup
Veggies &
Ranch Dip
Spaghetti Pie &
Garlic Spinach
Egg whites
& carrots

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10 Comments

  1. Do you know about how many calories this is a day? Does it not matter, even if you are looking for weight lost?

  2. oops… one more question. I just saw the list for CLean Eaters, No sugar challenge. Is this one not clean? I am new to the Clean Eating, so not entirely sure just yet.

  3. I just started to look into this no sugar diet meal plan and I keep seeing over and over to not eat bananas – but your second meal for breakfast has bananas in it! Why?

    1. Jillian – I’ve never heard of avoiding bananas. I know they are higher in sugar, but if you are following MY no-sugar challenge, you are allowed 2-3 pieces of fruit per day. My challenge focuses on avoiding ADDED sugar. But if you are following somebody else’s challenge, I can’t vouch for that.

  4. handsdownfaith says:

    I noticed you have peanut butter on your list of eats….. I have not yet found a peanut butter or an almond butter that does not have some sort of sweetener in it. Have you found one? Can you tell me where you located it?

  5. Hi,
    I’ve been mulling over doing the No Sugar Challenge and I think I’ve reached a point where I have to. I do have a question: you list in the menus egg whites. Is this just plain cooked egg whites, or egg whites with salsa, or peppers, or onions/leeks or….? What’s the best way to cook them? I’ve tried before and it was a disaster! Any suggestions would be helpful.

    Thanks.

    1. KarenMac – Sorry, I should have clarified that better. They were hard boiled. Although, if you want to eat the whole egg, that’s not terrible either. If I had created this plan now, I probably would have said to eat the entire egg. But follow your preference.