My pregnancy diet

I figure since I haven’t shared a menu in awhile, I’d show you all what my normal weekly food consumption looks like. I’m 27 weeks along (give or take) so I eat quite a bit during the day to keep my meals small so as not to get heartburn or that overly full feeling. It also helps stabilize the blood sugar a bit more, which is important in regulating hormones. Plus it helps me keep my energy up so that I can chase around a toddler all day!

This week I have a bunch of leftover turkey to use since I roasted a very large one up last week, so you’ll see that a bit more than normal! My husband is also trying out a gluten free diet at the moment so our dinners are normally gluten free so that he doesn’t miss out on anything I serve.

breakfast – whole wheat pancakes w/ real maple syrup, banana
snack – celery and peanut butter
lunch – turkey sandwich on whole wheat, grapes, carrots
snack – hard boiled egg
dinner – steak, sweet potatoes, green beans
snack – smoothie (full fat plain yogurt, whole milk, frozen blueberries, banana, coconut oil)

breakfast – soaked oatmeal, blueberries
snack – soaked whole wheat muffin
lunch – turkey noodle soup, carrots and celery
snack – grapes
dinner – veggie/cheese omelets, homemade sausage, and roasted potatoes

breakfast – soaked whole wheat muffin, sausage, banana
snack – celery and peanut butter
lunch – egg salad sandwich, apple
snack – yogurt and frozen blueberries sweetened with honey
dinner – turkey, mashed potatoes, corn
snack – popcorn

breakfast – smoothie, whole wheat toast
snack – carrots and dip
lunch – salad with veggies, turkey, and organic ranch dressing, deviled eggs
snack – grapes
dinner – spaghetti with brown rice pasta and homemade sauce, salad

breakfast – 2 egg omelet, sausage, fruit
snack – celery
lunch – homemade turkey noodle soup
snack – whole wheat muffin, hard boiled egg
dinner – steaks, roasted potatoes, broccoli
snack – smoothie

breakfast – whole wheat pancakes, fruit
snackgranola bar
lunch – grilled cheese and cut veggies
snack – fruit
dinner – homemade pizza on gluten free crust
snack – homemade ice cream

breakfast – fried eggs, whole wheat toast, fruit
snack – granola bar
lunch – turkey noodle soup
snack – fruit
dinner – grilled chicken, sweet potatoes, steamed veggies

If you’re looking for some other meal ideas, check out the Org Junkies site!

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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. Crystal Paine says:

    Oh, this was so helpful to me. Can I twist your arm in getting you to post your menus every week? :)

    And is there anyway I could get your muffin recipe?

  2. I'mDebtFree says:

    I’m with Crystal P… could you post some of your recipes?

    Thanks! :)