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Trim Healthy Mama Sample Menus!


Trim Healthy Mama - Sample Menus!

I have had many ask me to give some samples of what my meals look like as I have been following Trim Healthy Mama. I have to admit that I get stuck in a rut sometimes, but do try to change it up and eat a variety of foods throughout the week. So here is one week of Trim Healthy Mama Sample Menus!

Day 1:

Breakfast – Scrambled eggs and bacon, coffee with stevia, vanilla, and unsweetened almond milk added – S

Lunch – Romaine salad with chicken on top, and Ranch salad spritzer or “light” Ranch dressing that has been watered down – FP

Snack – 1 whole pita bread cut in two and crisped in the oven or microwave, then spread with a wedge of Laughing Cow cream cheese – FP

Dinner – For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S

Snack – Chocolate Cake – FP

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Day 2:

Breakfast – Pumpkin Pie Cake, and coffee with stevia, vanilla, and unsweetened almond milk added – FP

Lunch – 1 whole pita cut in half and filled with mayonnaise, fat-free lunch meat, and lettuce – S

Snack – Fat Stripping Frappe – FP

Dinner – For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S

Snack – Spice Cake – FP

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Day 3:

Breakfast – Fat Stripping Frappe – FP

Lunch – 1% Cottage Cheese & Berries, with added vanilla and stevia – FP

Snack – Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Pudding – FP

Dinner – For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S

Snack – Chocolate Chip Cookies – S

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Day 4:

Breakfast – Oatmeal – E

Lunch – Sandwich made with Bread in a Mug then filled with mayo, mustard, fat-free lunch meat or tuna/egg salad, and lettuce – S

Snack – Choco Pudding – FP

Dinner – For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S

Snack – Chocolate Cake – FP

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Day 5:

Breakfast – Chocolate Muffin in a Mug & Berries – S

Lunch – Fat Stripping Frappa – FP

Snack – 1 whole pita bread cut in two and crisped in the oven or microwave, then spread with a wedge of Laughing Cow cream cheese – FP

Dinner – For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S

Snack – Fudgy No-Bake Cookies – S

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Day 6:

Breakfast – Breakfast Cobbler – S

Lunch – 1/2 Lavash Bread spread with mayo, mustard, fat-free lunch meat, and lettuce, then rolled up – S

Snack – Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Pudding – FP

Dinner – For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S

Snack – Rich Chocolate Fudge – S

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Day 7:

Breakfast – Spice Cake – FP

Lunch – Apple Pie Smoothie or Caramel Apple Smoothie – E

Snack – 1% Cottage Cheese & Berries, with added vanilla and stevia – FP

Dinner – For dinners I usually eat the meat that I fix for the meal and the vegetable (except if it is corn or potatoes), then add a romaine salad or cooked broccoli on the side – S

Snack – Ice Cream

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As you can see, I have a hard time incorporating “E” meals into my week so that is something I need to work on more. But I hope this helps you to see in a small snap-shot how a week’s meals can look. Now this isn’t all I eat, but just some ideas that I wrote down. I have lots more recipes that I have been using and incorporating into our menus, but I just wanted to give you a 7-day sample.

Oh..and if you can’t tell…I like chocolate :)!

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30 Comments

  1. Hey Sheri, thank you for the sample meals. The on thing I still don't get is what a serving size is? When you say oatmeal or muffins or scrambled eggs what does that look like ? 2 eggs, 1 cup, 3 muffins ? HELP!!!
    1. Hi Theresa! Ok, let me help a little :)! With eggs, usually 2-3 eggs is a serving. A serving of oatmeal (for an E meal), is 1/2 cup uncooked oats (then you can add water to cook. With muffins, most of the single serve THM recipes for muffins make 2 muffins. So if you make a bigger batch using one of the recipes that make a larger batch, then I think a serving would be 2 or 3 at the most. Hope that helps!
  2. Why is supper an ‘S’ if you having protein, salad and broccoli? Is the fat in your dressing?
    1. Hi Karen, Sorry I just saw your comment here! Supper would be an S if you are having a higher fat protein like beef. It could also be because you put fats on your salad (oil dressing, etc.). You could also put butter on your broccoli or cheese. That would all contribute to the meal being an S meal.
    1. Hi Natalie, I find them at our local Walmart. Sometimes they are up by the deli and recently now they are putting them by the bread. Hope you can find it locally!
    1. Hi Laurie, If you are meaning a cookbook with all my THM recipes in it, no not really. If I create a cookbook with my THM recipes, I have to remove all references to THM and the terminology to abide by the copyright laws. So I decided for now to just have my recipes on my site for free. Hope that helps!
    2. I should say that I do have a freebie if you sign up for my newsletter that has some of my THM recipes in a little ebook. Just sign up in the right sidebar and you will get an email with the download link!
  3. Sheri, I know the Lord sent your website to me. Thanks so much for sharing your receipes and tips. I really appreciate it!
      1. Do you have any of your weekly menu's written out on one of your 'new' calendars for us to view?
    1. Hi Cindy! Oops, that was a typo! It is all fixed now..thanks for catching it :).
  4. What is the Breakfast Cobbler recipe? Is it the THM Book? If so page? This is a great snapshot of your week and has helped me alot!
    1. Hi Julie! I edited this post to link to my Breakfast Cobbler recipe. Hope that helps!
  5. I am thankful you posted this. I must say that I need to incorporate a few more FP in my menu. Thanks for the ideas. I like to see how it looks "on paper" for others so I can get some new ideas. This morning I tried the pumpkin cake (FP) and it was very good and filling. :) (Looking forward to trying the Rich Fudge later this week!)
    1. Glad my post helped you! Yes..the Pumpkin Cake is yummy and adding more FP meals and snacks isn't too hard either. Wishing you the best!
  6. This is a great snapshot of your week, Sherri! Thank you for sharing. :) I've found that Mexican dishes convert easily to E meals, by adding beans or rice, and using 0% Greek yogurt as a sour cream sub. Asian style dishes are also great for E's with rice thrown in for your healthy carb. Or just toss a lovely piece of fruit in with a FP lunch to pull off an E. :) Or a peach big boy smoothie...or the cottage waldorf salad from the book is REALLY yummy too! Thanks for linking up!
    1. Thank you Gwen for all your great "E" ideas! You have inspired me to get more E meals worked into my diet! I am terrible at sticking with S and FP meals. Your ideas are great..thanks again!
    1. Shonda, The S, E, and FP represent the different types of meals you can fix. The Trim Healthy Mama book explains it all. If you don't have the book I HIGHLY recommend it!
  7. Thanks for this. It's really pretty similar to my weeks' plans. I do try to make SMC's Baked Oatmeal once or twice a week (not just for me, but for my oatmeal-addicted men), which makes it easier to E my breakfasts. (I hate E coffee in the morning, though. *GAG*)
  8. Thank you Sheri! That really does help. I am always out of ideas and eat the same thing over and over.
    1. Hi Cher! I hear ya! This is only a small sampling of meals, but I hope it helps a little. I am always working in a "new" recipe too to add to my stash of THM recipes :). Have a great day!

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