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Take the 7 Day Eat Clean Challenge

7 Day Eat Clean Challenge

All of us here at My Clean Kitchen are excited to introduce the 7 Day Eat Clean Challenge! It’s a great way to start out with a healthier 2014. You will know what’s in your food because you made it, not from a box or a package, from whole, fresh ingredients. Cut out the un-pronounceable ingredients and replace them with words like, apple, tomato, honey, and almonds. In today’s fast paced world we know avoiding processed foods can be difficult. But, with our 7 Day Challenge and meal plan, you can clean up your diet, while enjoying delicious food with your family!

The Challenge includes a 7 day menu with breakfast, lunch, snack, and dinner recipes. We also provide a game plan. Because really the hardest part is figuring out how the heck you’re going to do this right? Also, there is a detailed grocery list with an estimated cost per item as well as an overall price for the week. We tried to reuse ingredients in a creative way throughout the week so you and your family can enjoy a wide variety of tasty meals without breaking the bank.

Ready to learn more and TAKE THE CHALLENGE? Click here.

Here is a quick peak at a few of the dishes you’ll eat during the challenge:

Tomato basil Scramble Awesome!!! Challenge

Tomato Basil Scramble

This incredibly easy and quick breakfast includes fresh basil, tomatoes and eggs. It’s clean and delicious. It’s also a great way to start your day.

 

 

 

Almonds for ChallengeChipotle Rosemary Roasted Almonds

These almonds are so delicious you’ll have to stop yourself from eating them so you can share with your family. You will enjoy these a few times during the week as a quick and satisfying afternoon snack.

 

 

Mexican Bean Salad Yummy Challenge!Mexican Bean Salad

This Mexican Bean Salad is quick and delicious. It’s packed with protein and essential vitamins. It’s a great way to celebrate one of our favorite day’s of the week; Taco Tuesday!

 

 

Ready to learn more and TAKE THE CHALLENGE? Click here.

 
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