February 2014 Real Food Meal Plan

February Real Food Meal Plan from The More With Less Mom

Ideas and resources for menu planning in February, many seasonal winter and real food recipes. Very simple ingredients, from scratch, frugal recipes. Real food/from scratch/traditional diet/nutrient dense/whole food/blah blah blah.
You can save so much money by planning your meals. Even if you only plan three days at a time, you can be more thrifty by planning ahead.

Gasp! It’s the beginning of the month and I’m posting the meal plan. You would think I was actually organized.

Don’t forget to read about how I meal plan at Frugal, Flexible Monthly Menu Planning

*Attention real food purists – the recipes I link/pin are all from scratch, but some of them you may have to make substitutions or modifications. For example, I link recipes that have sugar, but you can substitute whatever your favorite sweetener is.

Seasonal produce for February includes:


Bok choy
Brussels Sprouts
Sweet Potatoes



Epicurious Seasonal produce maps by state
CUESA Seasonal vegetables by month

Recipes from the February Meal Plan:

Baked Potato Soup Recipe from Shape Magazine
Brazilian Black Bean Stew Recipe from Vegetarian Times
Chicken & Spinach Soup with Fresh Pesto Recipe from Eating Well
Chicken Fried Rice with Leeks and Dried Cranberries Recipe from Cooking Light
Creamy Mushroom and Sweet Potato Pot Pie with Chive Biscuits from The Nourishing Gourmet
Freeze-Ahead Lasagna Primavera from Everyday Food
High Protein Vegetable Soup Recipe from Shape Magazine
Kale Lasagna Diavolo Recipe from Vegetarian Times
Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup from Renee’s Kitchen Adventures
Macaroni and Cheese With Cauliflower from Real Simple
Mediterranean Cauliflower Pizza Recipe from Eating Well
Mexican Pork and Sweet Potato Stew from Woman’s Day
Moroccan Lentil Soup Recipe from Eating Well
Moroccan Stew from Shape Magazine
Old-Fashioned Chicken & Dumplings Recipe from Eating Well
Pasta with Black Kale, Caramelized Onions, and Parsnips Recipe from Cooking Light
Pork, White Bean & Kale Soup Recipe from Eating Well
Potato Corn Chowder (Gluten-Free) from The Nourishing Home
Quick, Easy & Cheap GAPS Lunch: Italian Vegetable Soup from The Well Fed Homestead
Katie’s Simple Cabbage Soup with Secret Super Food from Kitchen Stewardship
Simple Thai Broth from The Nourishing Gourmet
Spiced Cauliflower Latkes Recipe from Vegetarian Times
Tuna Noodle Casserole Recipe from Cooking Light
Turkey Enchiladas Suizas from Woman’s Day
Wild Mushroom and Caramelized Onion Shepherd’s Pies Recipe from Vegetarian Times
Winter Veggie Melt from riddlelove

February Meal Plan Pinterest Boards:

Meal Plan February

Recipes to Try Winter

Other February Real Food/Whole Food Meal Plans

Bi-Weekly Whole Food Meal Plan from The Better Mom subscribe for shopping list
Crumbs (Frugal) Real Food Meal Plan from Don’t Waste the Crumbs monthly
February Clean Eating Meal Plan from Jenny Collier
February Week 1 Meal Plan from Crunchy Savings
Free Weekly Real Food Meal Plan from Growing Up Herbal
Monday Meal Plan & Recipe Share from RealFoodEater
Menu Plan from Finding Joy in my Kitchen
Menu Week of February 2 from Real Food for Less Money
My GF, Locavore-ish Weekly Meal Plan from Poor and Gluten Free
Real Food Meal Plan from Real Food Real Deals
Real Food Meal Plan Kit from Live Simply includes shopping list
Real Food Weekly Meal Plan from Real Food Outlaws
Whole Foods February 2014 Menu from Once A Month Meals

Participated in Fabulously Frugal Thursday, Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural Party, and Meal Planning Monday linky parties

Frugal, Flexible Monthly Menu Planning
*Also see our Frugal, Flexible Monthly Menu Planning
Free Weekly Meal Plan Printable Template from The More With Less Mom
Weekly Meal Plan Printable Template
We hope you enjoyed our February Meal Plan post

Photo credits:
Snowy herb garden from Henna Lion on Flickr

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February 2014 Real Food Meal Plan — 1 Comment

  1. Hi Melissa,
    What an incredibly helpful post!
    I find that planning ahead has been the key to eating healthy on a consistent basis,and being able to shop for healthy,organic foods in a cost-effective manner. Plus, it’s a great timesaver in the final analysis. Thank you so much for sharing your real food meal plan with us on the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Blog Hop! What a big help this will be to many! All the best, Deb

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