Here are the items I’ve prepped recently.
This baked chicken is a favorite in our house. The little man loves it too, so I bake it in large batches and freeze the leftovers. I first made the recipe when I did the Whole 30, and have made it several times since then. I’ve adapted this to our taste, but the main ingredients stay the same. I normally marinate it for 8-24hrs and then bake it.
A quick assembly of ingredients from Trader Joe’s, that turns into what I call chili pie. I made this on Sunday, and it lasted us 2 dinners.
Roasted cauliflower rice is a weekly meal prep staple. I also did plain mashed cauliflower to use for baking.
Breakfast burritos that I make and bring over to my 2 brothers for their breakfast for the week. This week’s burrito includes: taco meat, chopped green peppers, onions, potatoes and cheese.
Now that the frozen holiday treats are gone, time to replenish with healthier option. These are no bake oatmeal & almond butter granola bars. I keep them frozen so I can just grab and go whenever we head out to our adventures on weekends.
I boiled eggs and put them on ice water right after, this method works because it’s so easy to peel them later. I bring about 8 boiled eggs to work every Monday and store it in the fridge in my office. I also washed and cut up celery, to be eaten with peanut butter for snacks.
I made beef stew in the crock pot. I ate it for 3 meals throughout the week with cauliflower rice.
If you do any meal prep post, please share the link in the comments section. I like to find new ideas of foods that can be prep ahead of time.
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