Take all the stress out of eating healthy by following our complete 2-week plan. Each day, we've planned out new breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes for you—plus a midafternoon snack! So get ready to start cooking, because our easy meal plan will keep you eating healthy for the next 14 days.

By Andrea Beck
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Start your 2 weeks of healthy eating off right with a bowl of berry breakfast quinoa! For lunch, you can look forward to a dressed-up salad with salmon and mashed potato cakes, plus a honey-drizzled fruit bowl for your midafternoon snack. Don't worry, though, you can ease your way into healthy eating with a slice of gooey, cheesy veggie lasagna for dinner.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1334 calories, 60 grams of fat, 1896 mg sodium, 146 grams of carbs, 19 grams of fiber, 59 grams of protein

Week One: Tuesday

Tacos for breakfast, anyone? These egg- and hash brown-stuffed tacos will definitely keep your stomach from growling until it's time to dig into a fruity chicken pasta salad for lunch. Sip on a protein-packed strawberry-banana smoothie in the afternoon, and then tuck in to a plate of veggies and noodles covered in a creamy peanut sauce.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1383 calories, 51 grams of fat, 1745 mg sodium, 174 grams of carbs, 21 grams of fiber, 71 grams of protein

Week One: Wednesday

Wake up to a hearty (and healthy) breakfast sandwich that will keep you satisfied much longer than regular avocado toast. Then grab an easy grilled chicken wrap for lunch, and add a burst of natural sweetness to your afternoon with a quick smoothie. And when the dinner bell rings, get your knife and fork ready to tackle Greek-seasoned pork chops and a blend of couscous and veggies.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1275 calories, 54 grams of fat, 2058 mg sodium, 124 grams of carbs, 21 grams of fiber, 82 grams of protein

Week One: Thursday

No need to skip your morning bagel today—just dress it up with an easy apple compote! At lunchtime, your salad is getting upgraded with chicken, broccoli, and a super-easy creamy dressing. A crunchy, fiery snack mix is all you need to tide you over until the main event: classic homemade French dip sandwiches.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1394 calories, 50 grams of fat, 1564 mg sodium, 175 grams of carbs, 19 grams of fiber, 78 grams of protein

Week One: Friday

A raspberry croissant breakfast sandwich might sound a little indulgent, but trust us: You've earned it. At lunchtime, take your tastebuds on a quick trip to the Mediterranean with a garbanzo bean- and veggie-stuffed pita. Savor your creamy blueberry and sunflower seed parfait in the afternoon, because dinner brings the fire with a hot and spicy turkey stir-fry.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1430 calories, 52 grams of fat, 1143 mg sodium, 172 grams of carbs, 21 grams of fiber, 70 grams of protein

Week One: Saturday

Make your weekend breakfast one to remember by topping a plain bowl of oatmeal with avocado, cheddar cheese, and a sunny-side up egg. Lunch is a lighter affair thanks to a bright and fresh Greek pasta salad, while a mocha-almond afternoon smoothie will give you enough energy to make the most of your Saturday. Then just pop a quick enchilada bake in the oven for dinner, and get back to relaxing.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1406 calories, 53 grams of fat, 1922 mg sodium, 182 grams of carbs, 28 grams of fiber, 62 grams of protein

Week One: Sunday

Prep overnight oats on Saturday so you can spend a little extra time sleeping in before Sunday breakfast. An easy turkey, avocado, and veggie wrap will keep your day moving, while a freshly popped bowl of garlic-chili popcorn will give it a little spice. And, of course, it wouldn't be Sunday dinner without a juicy pot roast baked alongside tender sweet potatoes.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1301 calories, 50 grams of fat, 1328 mg sodium, 141 grams of carbs, 21 grams of fiber, 81 grams of protein

Week Two: Monday

No one likes getting out of bed on Monday morning, but a quick bowl of overnight oats will make your day run a little smoother. Plus, you'll have a hot bowl of beef ravioli soup to look forward to! A few spoonfuls of yogurt topped with chocolate and mango makes the perfect midafternoon snack in preparation for a turkey sausage-stuffed delicata squash dinner.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1474 calories, 60 grams of fat, 1235 mg sodium, 192 grams of carbs, 24 grams of fiber, 60 grams of protein

Week Two: Tuesday

If oatmeal just won't cut it, then this six-grain breakfast bowl surely will! Tote an easy turkey, quinoa, and veggie salad for lunch, and crunch on a zesty handful of cereal and pita chip snack mix in the afternoon. And for dinner? A decadent (but still healthy!) roast garlic chicken with melt-in-your-mouth sweet potatoes.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1371 calories, 57 grams of fat, 1627 mg sodium, 147 grams of carbs, 21 grams of fiber, 76 grams of protein

Week Two: Wednesday

Grab a spoon—you'll need it for this morning's fruit-filled tropical smoothie bowl. Then snag another for lunchtime's creamy potato and cheddar soup. And you don't have to skip granola bars for a snack—just make your own! But don't worry if your stomach starts growling, because your pork chop dinner will be on your table after just 30 minutes prep.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1350 calories, 59 grams of fat, 1757 mg sodium, 149 grams of carbs, 20 grams of fiber, 63 grams of protein

Week Two: Thursday

Baked Oatmeal

For oatmeal made a little extra special, try baking instead of giving your bowl its usual turn in the microwave or on the stove. For lunch, skip takeout and stir together a DIY burrito bowl with all your favorite fixings. A mini BLT pizza is the perfect snack for satisfying your pizza-related cravings, and a kale salad with chicken, tangerines, and pears ends your day on a powerful note.

Breakfast: Baked Oatmeal

Lunch: Burrito Bowls

Daily Nutrition Info: 1327 calories, 50 grams of fat, 1904 mg sodium, 152 grams of carbs, 21 grams of fiber, 80 grams of protein

Week Two: Friday

Give your breakfast a sweet spin by scooping up overnight oatmeal flavored with fresh blackberries and ginger. Then, enjoy a veggie-filled lunch by whipping up a quick spinach- and tomato-filled grilled cheese on whole wheat bread. The addition of dried fruit makes regular peanut butter munchies a more healthful afternoon snack, and a salad loaded with grilled turkey, mango, and avocado makes for a fun and flavorful Friday night dinner.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1318 calories, 50 grams of fat, 1279 mg sodium, 161 grams of carbs, 21 grams of fiber, 65 grams of protein

Week Two: Saturday

Make breakfast into its own event when you set up a DIY breakfast burrito bar in your kitchen. Then, juicy homemade turkey meatballs and gooey mozzarella cheese make a must-try lunch. Roasted soy beans seasoned with thyme and cayenne pepper make a light and crunchy snack, and crispy fish with a wilted spinach salad makes a delicious and protein-packed dinner.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1327 calories, 52 grams of fat, 2113 mg sodium, 123 grams of carbs, 19 grams of fiber, 94 grams of protein

Week Two: Sunday

Elvis would approve of this peanut butter, banana, and bacon oatmeal breakfast. Lunch puts a new twist on classic chicken salad by serving up shrimp and avocado in creamy coleslaw dressing. In the afternoon, snack on toasted French bread spread with ricotta cheese and an edamame mixture, then finish off your two weeks of healthy meals with baked chicken breasts seasoned with basil and paired with orzo and zucchini.

Daily Nutrition Info: 1404 calories, 54 grams of fat, 1696 mg sodium, 157 grams of carbs, 20 grams of fiber, 77 grams of protein

Keep Eating Healthy!

Don't stop now—we still have dozens of healthy recipes for you to try! Make your own 2-week meal plan, or just adjust your usual recipe rotation to include a few of these healthier options.

Comments (4)

Anonymous
October 23, 2019
garlic chicken with sweet potatoes link is not working, thanks
Anonymous
August 17, 2019
All but 3 of these menus contain more than the RDA for salt so I can't consider them really healthy
Anonymous
August 17, 2019
Everything looks delicious, but if you are promoting these to be healthy, please revise your menus to reduce the sodium and calorie intake. People eat way too much sodium for the amount they expend. Daily sodium levels should not exceed 1500 mg for active young women and 2000 mg for active young men, but most people are not active. If you are not an athlete, or are over 30, reduce your sodium intake by 500 mg per day to help you heart and improve your circulation. Read labels!!! Change you calorie goals to match your sodium levels. If you avoid all processed foods, your health will improve dramatically.
Anonymous
September 8, 2018
As my BMI along with my age creep up I took a look at this 2 week plan. Quite a few of the recipes look and sound really good so I will move this post to a holding zone until I shop. I just have 3 concerns, 1. fat 2.cholesterol 3.sodium! I can and will tweak to suit my dietary needs. As I am saving this I will let you know how it goes!raf