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MyFitnessPal Summer Shape-up Meal Plan - Part 2

As promised, here is the second half of our summer meal plan, featuring some delicious, nutritious dinner and snack options for you. Remember to download the printable meal plan, when you have a moment, to help you with planning.

And when you're ready to log each meal in MyFitnessPal, just search the Database by the food name as written below.

  1. Food Network – Grilled Steak with Barley Salad
    Recipe Details: 500 calories per serving using 1 ¼ pounds sirloin steak and ½ teaspoon salt
  2. Skinnytaste - Grilled Salmon Kebabs
    Recipe Details: 267 calories per 2 kebabs
    Pair with freshly roasted veggies and a side quinoa.
  3. Eat Live Run - Tomato & Feta Stuffed Chicken
    Recipe Details: 287 calories per ~6 ounces chicken breast
    Make a salad with homemade vinaigrette dressing to enjoy on the side.
  4. Rabbit Food for My Bunny Teeth – Southwest Quinoa Stuffed Peppers
    Recipe Details: 391 calories per pepper made with regular (not reduced-fat) cheese.
    Does not include simple guacamole, but feel free to add some!
  5. Kashi - Black Bean Mango Entree
    Product Details: 340 calories per entrée

  1. How Sweet It Is – No Bake Oatmeal Peanut Butter Bites
    Recipe Details: 160 calories per oatmeal peanut butter ball
  2. Homemade - Frozen Grapes
    Food Details: 62 calories per 1 cup
    Pull individual portions from the freezer and pair with a cup of low-fat yogurt for a cool, high-protein snack.
  3. The Curvy Carrot – Peanut Butter Banana Quinoa Muffins
    Recipe Details: 334 calories per large muffin
    Try baking as mini muffins for a smaller snack to tide you over.
  4. Smitten Kitchen – Baked Kale Chips
    Recipe Details: 100 calories per serving – recipe makes approximately 2 servings with ¼ teaspoon salt.
    A perfect partner to any sandwich.
  5. Kind Bar – Assorted Flavors
    Around 200 calories per bar and packed with protein to keep you satisfied.

We'll be creating more nutritious, healthy blog posts this summer, so stay tuned for more on that. Have a great weekend, and happy eating!

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202685tracy wrote 69 months ago:
Kashi frozen processed crap....Really!?
lisaloo826 wrote 69 months ago:
^ what she said ^
dsanford55 wrote 69 months ago:
Mike...I appreciate you taking the time to do this post. I am sure you listed the kasha frozen meal as something for those people in a hurry. I'm pretty sure you expect most of us to know that preparing our own meals is always the best option. Once again thanks for the great recipes and for creating this great website!
FixIngMe13 wrote 69 months ago:
Hey! Thanks for the printable Meal Plan! I not only like to log on here, but I keep track on paper when I'm at work also. This helps a LOT!!!! I like the format!
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littletiger97 wrote 68 months ago:
Nice, thanks!
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sm_lanning44 wrote 68 months ago:
Not all of us have time to make all of our meals - thank you for the varied options you provide, including the "processed crap" one.
MelMelMiller wrote 68 months ago:
It would be nice to see the carbs listed too. :)
thesame5lbs wrote 67 months ago:
Some folks just LOOK for something they can say that's nasty.........I think the recipes look as if they were carefully chosen. I love MFP!!!! Thank you for writing this.
LaraMc71 wrote 67 months ago:
KIND bars RULE!! - also available in minis (about 120 kcals). Truly a healthy treat.
kschmi24 wrote 67 months ago:
Love it, would love it more if there were more vegetarian entrees posted:) Thanks!
bevdeck wrote 67 months ago:
Thank you so much! What a good resource! Making the tomato/feta stuffed chicken tonight...w/ brown rice and steamed broccoli. Never heard of KIND bars. Will check that out.
hikunkel wrote 67 months ago:
Thank you - this is great. For people who do not like the option of frozen meals, I believe you could choose from the four other dinner options. I appreciate including a variety of ideas/options. Thanks again!

Also, I'm not a nutritionist, but I just looked up the ingredients in that Kashi meal. Didn't seem to be any "processed crap" in there.
debbiegmullikin wrote 67 months ago:
I love the Kind bars. There are several flavors and I like the ones that are nutty and fruity. They kind of taste like a "healthy" payday candy bar which I love. I think I even love these more though!
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