21 Day Fix EXTREME: Day 8

The Workout: Plyo Fix EXTREME

21 Day Fix EXTREME: Plyo Fix EXTREME

The Meals: Countdown to Competition Eating Plan

MEAL #1

egg whites + steel cut oats + coconut oil (1 red + 1 yellow + 1 tsp)

21 Day Fix EXTREME Countdown to Competition: Egg whites + steel cut oats
21 Day Fix EXTREME Countdown to Competition Eating Plan: Coconut Oil

MEAL #2

Shakeology (1 red)

21 Day Fix EXTREME: Shakeology

MEAL #3

BBQ chicken + broccoli + coconut oil (1 red + 1 green + 1 tsp)

21 Day Fix EXTREME Countdown to Competition Eating Plan: BBQ Chicken and Broccoli
I was craving BBQ, and luckily I already had an amazing 21DF-approved BBQ sauce recipe. To make it Countdown to Competition approved, I used 2 packets of Stevia instead of the agave and omitted the tomato paste. Since it’s primarily made of tomatoes, I count it as a green. I used about 2 tbsp to coat the chicken, and just allotted a little space for that when I was measuring out the broccoli. This was SO GOOD and I’m very glad the recipe makes a huge batch, so I have a bottle of it in my fridge, ready to go whenever my BBQ cravings hit!

MEAL #4

spaghetti squash + turkey bolognese (1 red + 1 green)

21 Day Fix EXTREME Countdown to Competition: Spaghetti Squash Bolognese
Spaghetti squash is one of my favorite veggies because it’s the healthiest way to enjoy delicious sauces! This Bolognese sauce is hearty, flavorful and absolutely perfect with the squash. To make it CTC approved, I used ground turkey instead of sausage and used coconut oil for the fat. Amazing!

MEAL #5

BBQ chicken + broccoli (2 red + 1 green)

21 Day Fix EXTREME Countdown to Competition Eating Plan: BBQ Chicken and Broccoli

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4 Comments on “21 Day Fix EXTREME: Day 8

  1. awesome thanks! So when you used the tomatoes, the only way that would fit into the countdown to competition meal plan would be if the tomatoes were fresh and not cooked so that they’re a green. Once tomato is cooked it’s considered a purple since the sugars break down. Wonder if it would work if you added the fresh tomatoes after cooking :/

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  2. Hi Candace, I’ve made this sauce 2 ways, with the can of tomato sauce, and also with actual tomatoes. Both were great! I’ve never made it without the tomato though, I would imagine it would be pretty runny without the bulkiness of the tomatoes.

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