No Sugar Challenge Meal Options List

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If you like to pick and choose your meals from a list rather than from a calendar that tells you what to eat and when, then you should find this list helpful.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a partial list of the recipes available for this challenge. To view more, simply click here. Scroll down, and you’ll see all the category listings for the No Sugar Challenge.

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No Sugar Challenge Meal Options List

NO ADDED SUGAR BREAKFAST OPTIONS

“Grab – n – go” breakfasts (quick, or make-ahead)

  • Avocado Toast (Quick)
  • Orange and 1/4 cup almonds
  • Apple and 2 tbsp. peanut butter

“Make the same morning” breakfasts

“Lazy morning” breakfasts

IN-BETWEEN MEALS

NO SUGAR ADDED LUNCH OR QUICK DINNER

NO ADDED SUGAR DINNER IDEAS (WHEN YOU HAVE A LITTLE TIME TO COOK)

 

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8 Comments

  1. Pizza sauce has sugar in it so that would not be good if you want no sugar.

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Angela – Many do, yes. But not all, And if you make it at home, you certainly don’t have to add any.

  2. An orange has 9 grams of sugar…

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Lexi – Yes, but it’s natural sugar that gets digested with fiber. We allow a tiny bit of fruit on this challenge so as not to avoid entire food groups. The main idea of this challenge is to get ADDED sugar out of your eating plan.

  3. these all contain fruits and vegetables that have sugar. Do you have any ideas on dinner ideas that are void of added and natural sugars. It’s impossible to find foods that don’t contain any sugar.

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Ashleigh – Unless there is a medical reason to do so, naturally occurring sugars are fine in moderation. This challenge is about giving up addictive, processed sugar. Added sugars. In order to avoid sugars completely, you would almost need to follow a strict, zero-carb, ketogenic diet based on fats and meats with a few low carb veggies. And even then, the severely limited carbs can have a small amount of natural sugar. I know people who do it, but it’s tough to sustain and I question how healthy it is. I would talk to a dietitian if you have medical reasons for doing this. They can help you far better then I can.

  4. Avocado toast… you realize all bread from the grocery store has ADDED sugar right?

    1. Emmy – Actually, no. There are brands out there that are quite clean and healthy. Ezekiel bread is one of them.

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