Spiralized Dinner Meal Plan: Week 1

Weekly Spiralizer Meal Plans

This year, I’m sharing what I’m personally eating for dinner – every week, every Sunday! You can follow along and see my dinners here on Instagram. I’d love you to follow along and eat with me – make sure to post any pictures with the hashtag #inspiralized so I can see and regram my favorites! Buon appetito!

Week 1: January 1 – 5, 2017

My weekly dinner plans:

Sunday: Bikini Bolognese with Zucchini Noodles from the Inspiralized cookbook
Monday: Salmon with Spiralized Parsnips and Lemon-Garlic Broccolini (no recipe, I’m testing something for the blog!)
Tuesday: Chicken Tagine with Apricot Golden Beet Rice from the Inspiralize Everything cookbook Ended up having leftovers from this recipe.
Wednesday: Greek Style Shrimp Scampi with Zucchini Noodles from the Inspiralize Everything cookbook
Thursday: Potato Wrapped Roasted Carrots with Lentils from the Inspiralize Everything cookbook Ended up having leftovers from this recipe.

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What is everyone eating this week?

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Comments

  1. Awesome! Thanks! Can you do breakfast too!? 👍🏻👍🏻

    • Breakfasts are always usually one of these four:
      – avocado toast,
      – bran flakes with sliced bananas, blueberries and cashew milk,
      – smoothie bowls with granola, sliced bananas, blueberries, coconut flakes,
      – a piece of toast with almond butter and banana.

      Hope that helps!

    • I spiralize a very small potato and onion. I fry them in a little butter/oil in my omelet pan. When veggies are close to tender I make a “well” in the veg. for an egg or two and add the eggs. I tried beating the eggs and adding as in a frittata but I liked the individual eggs better. When the whites are almost cooked I cut the mixture in half and flip…cooking just long enough to cook whites on top of eggs. Remove and flip back onto warmed plate. I like my eggs soft so when I puncture the yolks it flows over the potato/onion. Add a little Lawtey’s Season Salt and pepper, maybe some avocado too. Yum!

  2. Such a great idea! Thanks for everything that you do and Happy 2017!

  3. I am spiralizing every dinner for the month of January! Made your foil-pouch sweet potato noodle chicken fajitas tonight! 2 thumbs up! Thanks for the wonderful ideas to start our 2017 off well!

  4. When you spiralize the noodles out of whatever vegetable
    do you cook them or eat them raw?
    if you cook them for how long.

    • You spiralize all veggies raw. Then, you cook them or eat them raw (if they are edible raw.) It all depends on what you’re making – all veggies are cooked differently! I suggest you click on “Get Started.”

  5. Kathey Hunter :

    I made your Binkini Bolognese for dinner. Talk about a FABULOUS meal. My husband thought it was delicious and I thought I didn’t like rutabagas. This is going to be in menu rotation often. Got your cookbook for Christmas and next I am making baked ziti with rutabagas.

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