I love to see what other people eat. It always gives me tasty ideas for my own meal and snacks. That said, I wanted to share a sample macro diet meal plan that highlights a day of eating for me. I love using macros as a tool to keep me on track and balanced with regard to my food choices, so, hopefully, it will inspire yours too!
Please note: This Sample Macro Diet Meal Plan is just one day out of many days. The macro goals are specific to my own personal energy and activity needs. If you’re looking for a individualized macro calculation, please consider purchasing one from our Registered Dietitians. Their macro goals are a great place to start when it comes to achieving your health goals!
Sample Macro Diet Meal Plan
Breakfast: I love this new Meal Prep Mocha Overnight Oats recipe! It’s seriously so easy to make. Just prep a batch of individual portions at the beginning of the week, so they’re ready to go in the fridge. Plus, the dash of sea salt on top really makes the sweet mocha flavor pop. Delicious!
Post-Workout: I drink this post-workout iced coffee almost every morning. My go-to combo is iced coffee with a splash of non-dairy creamer and protein powder mixed in. It’s such a tasty and protein-packed way to start my day!
Lunch: I’m a big fan of leftovers for lunch, so I always make sure to cook an extra serving of my sheet pan citrus salmon with roasted veggies to have on hand. Leftover fish can be a little tricky to reheat, so I prefer tossing it in a skillet or air fryer instead of the microwave. It re-heats quickly and doesn’t make your house smell fishy!
Snack: On my food prep day, I made a batch of my All the Seeds Protein Balls to have as a quick grab-and-go snack. They’re full of healthy fats, so they really hold me over until dinnertime.
Dinner: I’ve made this One-Pan Chicken Taco Skillet recipe a million times now, and it just never gets old. I usually have all of the ingredients on hand. And, of course, I love how quickly and versatile this meal is. We typically serve them in gluten-free tortillas or lettuce wraps or over rice or cauliflower rice, but the options are endless!
Dessert: Ok, I might have a slight addiction to this new CNC recipe! Seriously, this Gluten-free Funfetti Mug Cake is a must-make if you haven’t tried it yet! 🙂
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