Menu Plan : Feb 9

I’m so excited to finally have a blender again! I was able to find a replacement pitcher online so it was much cheaper than buying a whole new one. So now we can have smoothies! I’ve also been a bit more tired this last week, so I’m definitely going easy in the kitchen for a bit. And I don’t know exactly what fruit and veggies we’ll be having until I get a good look at the ads for this week. Luckily though, all of our meat is from the freezer and I also have a good supply of staples on hand so there won’t be to much to buy!

As for the in’s and out’s of what I eat during pregnancy:

  1. Everything is full fat, none of this low fat stuff. Better for me and better for baby.
  2. I try and eat organic produce when I can fit it into my budget. I also try not to be to picky about it since eating any produce is better than none at all!
  3. I stay away from things like high fructose corn syrup and MSG.
  4. I make all of my bread products from home so I know they’re healthy and free from preservatives.
  5. I also try my best to eat a very low to no sugar diet. Not only does this help me feel better, I’m not loading up baby with extra sugar.


  • breakfast – scrambled eggs w/ spinach, whole wheat toast, fruit, followed up with some red raspberry leaf tea
  • snack – celery w/ peanut butter
  • lunch – tuna sandwiches, fruit
  • snack – granola bar
  • dinner – hamburgers on onion crust rolls (new recipe I’m trying) roasted potatoes, steamed veggies
  • snack – yogurt smoothies (1/2 cup yogurt, 1/2 cup milk, banana, 1/2 cup frozen fruit, 1 spoonful of coconut oil)


  • breakfast – soaked oatmeal, followed up with some red raspberry leaf tea
  • snack – carrots and dip, hard boiled egg
  • lunch – salad w/ leftover turkey, cut veggies, cheese and organic dressing
  • snack – smoothies
  • dinner – tacos with corn tortillas
  • snack – deviled eggs


  • breakfast – whole wheat pancakes, fruit, followed up with some red raspberry leaf tea
  • snack – celery and pb
  • lunch – grilled cheese sandwiches, cut veggies
  • snack – fruit
  • dinner – omelets w/ sausage and potatoes
  • snack – popcorn


  • breakfast – smoothies, fried eggs, followed up with some red raspberry leaf tea
  • snack – granola bar
  • lunch – homemade turkey noodle soup
  • snack – cut veggies
  • dinner – beef stew
  • snack – caramel popcorn


  • breakfast – soaked oatmeal, fruit, followed up with some red raspberry leaf tea
  • snack – cut veggies and dip
  • lunch – leftovers
  • snack – fruit, hard boiled egg
  • dinner – homemade pizza
  • snack – yogurt smoothie (a must for me after eating a tomato sauce product. helps with heart burn!)


  • breakfast – pancakes and fruit, followed up with some red raspberry leaf tea
  • lunch – sandwiches or we’ll eat out
  • dinner – grilled chicken, rice, and broccoli
  • snack – since it’s valentines day and all, maybe we’ll toss in some homemade ice cream!


  • breakfast – scrambled eggs, toast, followed up with some red raspberry leaf tea
  • snack – granola bar (usually eaten on the way home from church!)
  • lunch – homemade soup
  • dinner – steaks and sweet potatoes with steamed veggies
  • snack – smoothies
You can always check out the org junkies site for more menu’s!
About Donielle

Donielle is an amateur herbalist and natural momma to two littles (with another babe in heaven) after dealing with being less than fertile. She has a passion for nourishing nutrition, natural living, and spreading the word on how food truly affects our health.


  1. Jerri - Simply Sweet Home says:

    What a great menu. I love the way you have your snacks planned out and everything. My husband was on this exercise program last year, and I had all his meals & snacks planned out like that. I can't imagine doing it for myself though, it would be too tempting to just grab a snack at the last second!

  2. I’m pregnant too, and I really like your idea of planning snacks. Or at least to have a list of snacks even if I don’t plan them out for every day. Too often I end up just grabbing some crackers, which helps, but isn’t the best.

  3. It really is a great idea to plan all meals and snacks! I’ve made a meal plan before, but usually only dinner. When do you make your meal plan for the week?


  4. I normally plan out my menu Sunday afternoon. It’s become a ritual now. :-) We eat, the kid sleeps, and I look through the ads for the week! A lot of times though the actual “plan” isn’t done till Monday morning, cause mama needs a good Sunday afternoon nap too!

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  6. Wow, you’re eating a ton. When I was pregnant, all I wanted and could keep down was meat LOL. I was eating meat breakfast, lunch and dinner. It’s so nice to come visit the blogs from the Bloggy Carnival now that I have time to both read and comment.