Real Food Meal Plan Kit: March 10-23

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Hello meal planners. Welcome to a new meal plan. The next two weeks are filled with yummy recipes. I’m taking advantage of the last of winter by adding a few favorite soups, including a creamy tomato soup I’m slightly obsessed with.

Under the meal plan, you will find a shopping list. I don’t include quantities as each family can vary in how much they will eat, but the list is ready-to-go. Ready for you to calculate quantities, cross-off, add-to, whatever best suites your family’s meals.

I’m often asked my favorite real food brands, so many products in the shopping list are hyperlinks (blue). When clicked these links will take you to the very product I use. Some of the great organic, real food-committed brands.

This meal plan is created to be as resourceful as possible. There are no fancy or complicated ingredients, just real food meals made with real food ingredients you may already have stocked in your pantry, fridge, and freezer.

I’ve also created a Pinterest Board just for the month of February with these recipes (along with a few other ideas, in case, you need some). I invite you to follow me on Pinterest as every month I create a new board specifically for pinning delicious and nourishing recipes.

This meal plan is not gluten-free. If you are looking for a fabulous gluten-free meal plan with a shopping list, I encourage you to check out the Nourishing Home and Real Food Outlaws.

If you’re interested in learning more about the logistics of meal planning, you can read more here.

I don’t include lunches in this meal plan, as we often eat leftovers.


Download the printable meal plan (pdf)


Meal Plan

Shopping List


  1. raw milk or best available
  2. raw cream or best available
  3. plain whole-milk yogurt or whole milk kefir
  4. sour cream
  5. mozzarella cheese
  6. cheddar cheese
  7. pastured butter
  8. buttermilk or use lemon juice in whole milk to make a quick mock buttermilk


  1. pastured eggs
  2. 1-2 whole pastured chickens
  3. bacon (I like Applegate brand)
  4. 5-6 lbs grass-fed ground beef
  5. 3lbs grass-fed beef short ribs
  6. grass-fed sirloin
  7. homemade chicken stock
  8. homemade beef stock


  1. celery
  2. avocados
  3. carrots
  4. white potatoes
  5. sweet potatoes
  6. broccoli
  7. kale
  8. spinach
  9. bell peppers
  10. shallot
  11. veggies for roasting
  12. veggies for salad
  13. cauliflower
  14. stir-fry veggies
  15. oranges
  16. corn (organic)- use frozen if fresh is not available
  17. fresh herbs: rosemary, thyme, basil, cilantro (optional)
  18. lemons
  19. tomatoes
  20. white (sweet) onions
  21. ginger
  22. garlic
  23. limes
  24. bananas
  25. strawberries
  26. lettuce
  27. seasonal fruit of choice for breakfast and fruit salad
  28. orange juice


  1. blueberries
  2. strawberries
  3. organic corn kernels

Dry Goods

  1. rice
  2. active dry yeast
  3. sprouted whole wheat flour (or sub whole wheat)
  4. whole wheat flour
  5. whole wheat pastry flour
  6. white unbleached, all-purpose flour
  7. good-quality salt
  8. baking powder
  9. baking soda
  10. sun-dried tomatoes (oil-packed)
  11. breadcrumbs
  12. organic soy sauce
  13. raw honey
  14. red wine vinegar
  15. balsamic glaze
  16. pinto beans-dry
  17. lentils-dry
  18. organic tortillas x2
  19. olive oil
  20. coconut oil
  21. balsamic vinegar
  22. apple cider vinegar
  23. maple syrup
  24. tomato paste (3 small)
  25. 2-28 oz. diced tomatoes
  26. 14 oz. fire roasted tomatoes
  27. tomato sauce
  28. walnuts
  29. raisins- if making cinnamon raisin bread
  30. salsa
  31. 1 jar. green chilies
  32. corn meal (organic)
  33. rolled oats (not instant or steal cut)
  34. ground cinnamon (spice)- if making cinnamon raisin bread
  35. thyme (spice)
  36. oregano (spice)
  37. herbs de provence
  38. basil (spice)
  39. ground cumin (spice)
  40. ground coriander (spice)
  41. chili powder (spice)
  42. bay leaves (spice)
  43. pure vanilla extract
  44. pure almond extract

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