a note on portion sizes: the grocery list provides quantities for 1 person, so you’ll want to check the serving amounts on these recipes and divide ingredient amounts as needed (ie. if the recipe notes 4 servings and you’re cooking for one, divide all the ingredients by 4 when preparing.)

Monday

Breakfast: Cookies & Cream Smoothie

Lunch: Cauliflower Tabbouleh – make the whole recipe & you’ll have leftovers for 1 – 2 people

Snack: Rice Cake with Almond Butter & Coconut

Dinner: Slow-Roasted Salmon with Maple-Harissa Brussels Sprouts (halve the salmon recipe and you’ll have leftovers for 1 person to use later in the week – make the full recipe if you want leftovers for 2 people.)

Tuesday

Breakfast: Rice Cake with Avocado & Egg

Lunch: Curry Butternut Squash Soup (halve the recipe and you’ll have leftovers for 1 – 2 people later in the week)

Snack: 1 sliced pear with almond butter & sprinkled with sesame seeds & sea salt

Dinner: Classic Shakshuka

Wednesday

Breakfast: Leftover Shakshuka

Lunch: Salmon Grain Bowluse leftovers from Monday: salmon from dinner, and leftover Cauliflower Tabbouleh instead of grains. Drizzle with olive oil & vinegar instead of making the turmeric vinaigrette to make your life easier.

Snack: Cucumbers with Hummus

Dinner: Sweet Potato Avocado Tacos – prep enough filling ingredients for Friday lunch leftovers

Thursday

Breakfast: Winter Fruit Salad with Rosemary & Vanilla (mix and match whichever fruit you’re feeling in this – I’m subbing a splash of vanilla extract for the vanilla tea in the recipe)

Lunch: Curry Butternut Squash Soup

Snack: Rice Cake with Almond Butter & Coconut

Dinner: Hummus, Greens, & Avocado Bowl

Friday

Breakfast: Cookies & Cream Smoothie

Lunch: Leftover Sweet Potato Avocado Tacos

Snack: Cucumbers with Hummus

Dinner: Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

5 comments
  1. 1
    Lexi | January 3, 2019 at 3:22 pm

    Do you have any suggestions for a girl who doesn’t like eggs to be able to participate?

    Reply
    • Camille Styles | January 3, 2019 at 3:52 pm

      WHAT, oh Lexi, how do you live??? (just kidding!!) You can easily omit the egg from the rice cakes. For the hummus bowl, feel free to sub some smoked salmon or even grilled chicken for the egg. The shakshuka is a tough one since eggs are the starring ingredient. You might double up on one of the other dinner recipes and eat it two nights, or you could also make this spaghetti squash dish and omit the bacon: https://camillestyles.com/food/spaghetti-squash-pasta-with-goat-cheese-arugula-bacon/

      Good luck!!

      Reply
  2. 2
    Ami | January 6, 2019 at 11:17 pm

    I am a vegetarian and hence wondering what can I use as a substitute for salmon?

    Ami

    Reply
    • Camille Styles | January 7, 2019 at 5:35 am

      HI Ami! I would try a yummy piece of cauliflower steak or cooked tempeh – just be sure to serve it with a topping or sauce that doesn’t have added sugars.

      Reply
  3. 3
    Jill | January 9, 2019 at 10:32 pm

    We are loving the cleanse menu this week. Today’s meals were delicious. Lunch and the sweet potato avocado tacos were the best. The lime avocado sauce was an extra treat! Thanks for sharing this with us.

    Reply
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