Get a Month of Protein Power Meal Plans (Gluten- and Dairy- Free)

Are you looking to eat more healthfully in the new year? Check out the newest month of meals: Protein Power! It will set you up for great new habits.

Protein Power Meal Plan from Jessica Fisher

I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to going back to the gym, walking more, and eating just a wee bit better. It happens to us all over the holidays that we let our good intentions slide just a bit — and we eat an entire batch of Rollo Pretzel Candies in our pajamas on Christmas Day.

Or was that just me?

Ahem. Regardless of how you indulged the past few days, it’s never too late to make some healthier meals. And I’ve got just the ticket for you!

A Month of Protein Power Meals

January’s meal plan is one that is kid-pleasing and budget-friendly while also being naturally gluten- and dairy-free. Yes, Christmas miracles never cease. 😉

Get A Month of Protein Power Meals here.

This meal plan is a great fit for folks following food programs like low-carb, paleo, or the Whole 30. It’s great for families looking to avoid certain foods due to allergies and food sensitivities. It’s a good fit for folks who simply want to focus on fresh and homemade without the heavy.

In this Month of Meals, you’ll receive the following:

  • 4 weeks of menus that are easy enough for weeknights and plenty healthy
  • 4 weekly grocery lists
  • a monthly grocery list to help you make good use of sales
  • prep tips to make it all come together easily
  • appetizer ideas
  • sauce and spice mix recipes


Curious which recipes are included in this meal plan? Click the images below to see the table of contents.


This meal plan will only be available through the end of January, so if you’re interested in eating healthy meals without stressing over the planning, this is the thing for you!

A Month of Freezer Friendly Meal Plans will also be available until the end of December.

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