Egg, Fruit & Sugar Menu

Egg and Sugar Free Menu

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Breakfast Cereal with Smoothies Oatmeal Oatmeal, a different variation than Tuesday’s Nut Butter Toast, and Smoothies Oatmeal Pancakes, with Hash Browns and Sausage Smoothies, and Nut Butter Toast
Snack Raw Nuts, and Fruit Easy Edamame Hummus, Sliced Cucumber, and Baby Carrots Raw nuts, and Fruit Deli Meat Snack Wrap Celery and Nut Butter with Raisins Raw nuts, and Fruit
Lunch Chicken on Green Salad with Easy Dressing Sandwiches, and Veggie Soup Leftover meatloaf, Salad with Easy Dressing Sandwiches, and Soup Soup and Salad Pasta salad Leftover Grilled Veggies on Salad with Sandwich
Snack Tuna Mixed with Hummus on Crackers Raw Nuts, and Fruit Raw Nuts, and Fruit Hummus, Sliced cucumber, and Baby Carrots Celery and Nut Butter with Raisins Hummus, Sliced cucumber, and Baby Carrots Celery and Nut Butter with Raisins
Dinner Orzo with Red Sauce, Shrimp, and Green Beans Meatloaf, with Garlic Collard Greens Beans and Rice with turkey and fennel Quick Asian Stir Fry Taco Night Grilled steak, Salad, and Grilled Veggies Roast Chicken with Lemon Asparagus and Dinner Rolls

Egg and Sugar Free Menu Tips:

The easiest way to split up your fruit and sugar combination is to completely eliminate one. In your case  eliminating sugar is the best way to to since sugar doesn’t have the nutritional value that fruit does. Our menus are written following this “avoid one” guideline. You will see reminders in the tips to avoid sugar, and to always read labels, as different forms sugar are added to so many foods.

If you’re planning on having sugar, then plan your day accordingly, and avoid fruit for the amount of time you are supposed to. For example, if your hours of separation are 6 hours, and you’re going to a birthday party (with cake) in the evening, then fill up on fruit at breakfast. At lunch, snacks, and dinner avoid fruit, and eat more veggies instead. By the time dessert rolls around you should be safe. Remember fruit can hide in unexpected places, like in most prepared red pasta sauces there is citric acid. Also, you can’t always be sure what is in food from a restaurant, but reading the entrée descriptions should let you know if there is fruit in the dish.