A 21 Day Fix Meal Plan to help you plan and follow through on a week of portion controlled nutrition without any stress. This complete Ultimate Portion Fix meal plan contains breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks, for ALL 21 Day Fix Plans A-F, plus prep tips and an itemized printable grocery list!
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Meal Planning for the 21 Day Fix can be challenging and overwhelming, especially when you are just starting out and learning all the ins and outs of the color-coded containers. This is why we put out a new FULL 21 Day Fix Meal Plan every season. They take all the guess work out of planning meals, calculating containers, creating your grocery lists, and even meal prepping – the best way to get organized and find success on the 21 Day Fix program.
Why this Plan is Awesome
- This FULL meal plan has breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and dinners and accounts for all the 21 day fix containers.
- Printables (scroll all the way down!) include a full grocery list, a checklist with a step by step meal prep guide, and a one page meal plan for each calorie bracket.
- If you don’t drink Shakeology there is an option for you to sub an alternative food.
- Plans A-F are all included with precise container counts and tried and true recipes. Just find your calorie range below to follow your personal plan.
- The meals are already loaded into the Confessions auto-updating spreadsheet tool. Not sure how to use it? Find a tutorial here. Then, scroll down to the printables to find the spreadsheet for this plan.
Although this is a very Fall Forward meal plan, all of these delicious recipes are family and reader favorites and can be made all year long!
Some of the featured recipes include:
While Confessions meal plans typically only include dinners and breakfast- so my readers have the flexibility to choose lunches and snacks- this week I have a FULL and complete 21 Day Fix | Ultimate Portion Fix Meal plan to share with you! There are breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and dinners here- PLUS a full grocery list and prep tips for your week!
Each of the plans was created for 1 person, with the dinners feeding 4-6 (check each recipe for number of servings). If you are not cooking dinner for a family, feel free to freeze the extra meals (I love the large Souper Cubes for this!) and save for another time. This will allow you to follow the meal plan multiple times without having to do all the prep! Amazing!
First, yay! It’s so helpful to follow the portion fix with a partner!
Second, I would suggest printing the grocery list for the person in the higher plan first. Then, look at the lower plan and add in the items needed on that plan for breakfast, lunch, and snacks. The dinners are all identical and should account for multiple people eating them. On higher plans (especially E and F) make sure to check if 2 servings of dinner are allotted for a particular meal, and if you will have enough to serve everyone!
Yes! Even if you aren’t following the 21 Day Fix, this eating plan is perfect for anyone who is interested in healthy eating, portion control, prioritizing whole foods, and living a healthy lifestyle.
It’s still important to follow the 21 Day Fix plan on Saturdays and Sundays for optimal results, but you will likely have leftover meals and ingredients after following this plan. And, so, to eliminate food waste, take inventory of your fridge and pantry at the end of the week and create a plan for the weekend. Many people like to get some healthy takeout one night – think yummy salads with grilled protein or a slice of veggie pizza – and we have this helpful Healthy Weekend Meals post to help you even more!
Yep! Totally free and no catch. I hope you find them super helpful!