This 21 Day Fix Meal Plan Spreadsheet is my secret to creating Fix approved meal plans for all brackets! The spreadsheet will total up your daily containers for you so you can see how many you have left and it will also keep you from going over. It’s a game changer!
Guys! I am so excited to finally share this spreadsheet with you!
A little background…back in the very early stages of the blog, I used to do custom meal planning for people following the 21 Day Fix. I always had a knack for figuring out a way to make ingredients work together for a variety of FIX recipes and I loved helping people in this manner. I had recently left my job to become my son’s advocate and this was a helpful little side job.
The hardest part was keeping track of the container calculations…and I had to work during my son’s nap times and I wasn’t sure if I would be able to continue creating plans for people and do all the things. Well then my friend Corinne changed my life! She created a spreadsheet that would calculate the 21 Day Fix Containers for me as I planned.
This was everything back in 2015.
Anyway, I have been using this exact same meal plan to plan yummy 21 Day Fix recipes for myself and for all of you since! The blog is too busy to do custom meal plans anymore, but this is exactly what I use to make my FULL 21 Day Fix Meal Plans. And now you can use them to plan all your favorite 21 Day Fix Meals!
21 Day Fix Meal Plan Spreadsheet [Self-Calculating!]
Tip: This works best on a computer or tablet…it is not recommended for your phone!
Step one: Confessions of a Fit Foodie -Self Calculating 21 Day Fix Spreadsheet Just simply click this google doc link and it will prompt you to Make a copy. You can then rename it as you please!
Step two: Select your bracket by clicking the labeled sheet at the bottom – All brackets A-F are here!
Step three: Add in your food and container counts – this spreadsheet will calculate your daily containers for you! Hint – you can do decimals for containers that aren’t a full count…like .5 if something is a half of a red.
Step four: Check the daily total at the bottom to see what containers you still need to hit. You want all zeros (except the sweetener tsp count doesn’t have to be!)
Step five: You can even hyperlink recipes if they are from a blog or somewhere on the internet. This makes it super easy to reference the recipe later!
This 21 Day Fix Meal Planning Spreadsheet can be downloaded and/or printed to keep you on track all week long!
Need ideas for your 21 Day Fix Meal Plan?
Check out The Ultimate Portion Fix Recipe Guide | 31 Days of Ultimate Portion Fix Recipes
Not yet ready to Meal Plan on your own?
Check out The BEST 21 Day Fix Meal Plans for tons of ready to go meal plans with printable grocery lists!
More 21 Day Fix Resources:
How to Calculate Container Counts for the 21 Day Fix
The Ultimate 21 Day Fix Container Guide | The Foodie and The Fix
3 Day Quick Fix Guide [Free Printables + Grocery List]
Barbara Nechacov says
The spreadsheet doesn’t work for me when I click make a copy! Does it still work? I was looking forward to using it :'(
Barbara Nechacov says
This is the error message I receive when I click copy
Sorry, unable to open the file at this time.
Please check the address and try again.
Sorry to hear this Barbara! Do you have google sheets installed? And are you on a phone or a computer?
Barbara Nechacov says
I’ll have to check but I’m pretty sure I have google sheets installed. I’m on a PC (computer). 🙂
Megan Ahejew says
Is this still available? It keeps giving me an error when I click to make a copy. We love your recipes and I really need to be better at tracking.
Yes! It still works for me. What kind of message are you getting?
Laura Guilbault says
Hi 🙂 I would like to use your spread sheet but I don’t understand the color codes .is it explained somewhere ?
Are you following the 21 Day Fix?
Link not working. it says the page doesn’t exist after I press “Make a copy”.
So sorry to hear it’s not working for you! I just tried a couple different ways, and can’t replicate the problem you’re having. Let’s troubleshoot- First, are you on a phone or computer?
Chastity Demere says
Hi, I was so excited to try the spreadsheet but it is not working for me. I clicked the download, made the copy and followed all the instructions. I clicked my bracket and began typing a food in the designated sections and it is not calculating anything for me. Is there something I am doing wrong…
Did you type numbers into the container count sections? It doesn’t auto populate container counts from recipes. Is that what you mean?
Thank you so much I just started using these and this helps so much you are amazing!
Thank YOU! So glad the spreadsheet is helping!
I am so happy to have stumbled across your blog. I want to learn how to eat using this method I just heard of it a few days ago but I have no clue how it works. or how the serving size works with each color like one cup tablespoon etc. How do I know how to measure it? Is there by any chance a link of one of your blog post were it explains this. how to start what servings. I would like to lose weight. I am unhealthy and my eating choices are not the best. I wantto learn how to eat healthier and be healthier. Thank you so much for your help. 💕
So funny you should ask this- stay tuned! This post is coming very soon!
I just want to say thank you for being so generous. Your plans and recipes are so helpful. I think you must be a kind person.
Thank you!! What a beautiful compliment!
Thank you for creating this and saving me time, it’s great!
You are SO welcome! Happy it helps!
Stephanie G. says
I just want to say that I love your blog it is amazing and thank you so much for making my crazy head so much simpler. As I know you don’t have the time to do weekly custom meal plans so you created this amazing spreadsheet but this is still a little too much for me….lol. I did your already fixed meal plans and loved it but we all know that we don’t like eating the same thing over and over and I want to stick to this lifestyle change and need many options as you have provided. BUT my biggest question, because I would like to use this spreadsheet, is I found with the already fixed plans there was a new dinner for every night of the week. There is only myself that I am cooking for so I don’t need to cook a whole meal for 4 each night How do I pick and make my meal plan every week with this concept??
Hi! This is a great question. For the full meal plans that are on my site you can follow them as-is and freeze the leftover dinners into portions and then rotate through the plans every so often and just pull from the freezer instead of making dinners during those subsequent weeks. OR you can pick a meal you love and eat it a couple nights, then repeat with another dinner- then just adjust the spreadsheet to fit what you decide. Does that make sense? Let me know if I answered your question!
Sarah Bennett says
I just needed a quick clarification. I am in bracket A for my meal plan, and in the spreadsheet it says I am to have 4 greens a day, but I also printed out the little sticker label sheet things and on that it shows only 3 greens a day for bracket A. I’m assuming one is for ultimate portion fix and one is original maybe? I only know the original but I’m fine with doing whatever, I just want to make sure to do the right thing. Thanks!
Sharrell Jackson says
They updated the bracket not too long ago. Plan A now gets 4 greens and 3 tsp per day. This spreadsheet is accurate.