Welcome to Peas & Hoppy Meals!
You’re on your way to healthy, delicious meals your whole family will love! Follow the steps below to get started.
Step 1: Choose Your Meal Plan
Peas & Hoppy Meals offer customizable plans for four different dietary needs. Read descriptions of the plans below to choose which is right for you. Still not sure which one is right for you? Schedule a nutrition consultation with a nutrition expert to help you decide!
Meal plan options include gluten-free, low-carb, vegetarian, and fuel for exercise.
Step 2: Choose your Recipes for the Week
Although each meal plan comes with four recipes, you don’t need to make all of them every week (I certainly don’t). Pick the ones that work for you! To help you plan, weekly meals are categorized by type:
Meal 1: A “challenge” meal which takes a little more time, but is designed to get you out of your food box
Meal 2: A slow-cooker meal which usually takes a little less hands-on time and is perfect for a busy day when you want dinner ready when you come home
Meal 3: A vegetarian meal, designed to help reduce our carbon footprint and to remind you we don’t have to eat meat to eat healthfully
Meal 4: A 30-minute meal, because if you’re like me, you want to eat healthy but don’t want to spend all day in the kitchen
Step 3: Print your Plan
If you prefer not to print, consider pulling up the documents you need on your smart phone or tablet to take to the grocery store or use in the kitchen!
Standard Meal Plan
This meal plan outlines substitution options for different dietary needs, but is based only on the “healthy plate” dietary guidelines. Choose this plan if you’re looking for healthy, yummy recipes, but don’t have any specific dietary restrictions.
If you’re looking for special dietary needs, find the recipes and groceries you need on one of the specialized meal plans below.
Print the entire packet or just the recipes you need:
Low-Carb Meal Plan
If you’re working to balance blood sugar levels, reduce triglycerides, or prevent/delay/reverse non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, this meal plan may be right for you! This is NOT a ketogenic diet plan, but rather a balanced low-carb meal option. Read more about the keto diet or talk to Ann if you have questions.
Vegetarian Meal Plan
We Americans typically eat pretty high on the food chain, which is a contributor to climate change. Whether you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint or just don’t like meat all that much, this meal plan is for you. This is a lacto-ovo vegetarian plan and NOT a vegan meal plan.
Coming Soon: Fuel for Exercise Meal Plan
Do you have a hungry teenager at home? Are you training for a race? If so, choose this meal plan which includes additional recipes, carbs, and calories to keep you full and fuel your workouts!
Print just the Fuel for Exercise recipes you need:
Every Thursday you’ll receive a new meal plan, recipe packet, and grocery list in your inbox. Can’t find it? Check your “spam” folder and make sure Peas & Hoppiness is on your safe list!
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Have questions? Trouble accessing your meal plan? Contact Ann at email@example.com and she’ll get back to you within one business day.