Tag Archives: Meal Prep
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Have you been meal prepping like a maniac?
I’m one of those people who like to make New Year’s Resolutions and this year I opted for a Dry January and to stick to my Reducetarian Diet. We’re nearing the end of the month and it’s been so far, so good! (more…)
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Mini Beef Meatloaf with homemade mashed potatoes and peas is one of my favorite fall meals. I like making a big batch for Sunday night dinner and enjoying the leftovers all week, including making a meatloaf sandwich the next day!
If you’re not so much into leftovers, you can made a dozen and freeze the remaining meatloaf for up to two months and enjoy when you have a busy weeknight. Just defrost and reheat in an ovenproof dish for 15 minutes at 350F. (more…)
I’ve been trying to do more weekend meal prep lately and am trying to add more vegetarian dishes into my rotation which is how I came about adapting this Bibimbap Quinoa Bowl recipe from one that I spotted in Cooking Light this month.
Instead of beef, I subbed in vegetarian soy crumbles and they were still packed full of flavour. Between that and the quinoa, I definitely felt like I got enough protein out of this meal. You can use ground beef if you’d like! Here’s how you can make this at home:
It’s exciting experiencing fall all over again.
We lived in Los Angeles for the past three years and haven’t been able to experience a proper fall season in awhile. I automatically have a craving for soup when the weather gets cold. Which is funny, because my craving for ice cream is truly year-round.
I’ve been trying to do more weekend meal prep lately, just so I have some healthy lunch options and don’t just default to pizza or burgers. I was inspired this month by a bunch of great meal prep recipes in Cooking Light and finally found some time to try this one out! (more…)
What’s the key to making Mondays suck less? I finally discovered it was preparing myself on Sunday night to ensure I had not just a decent Monday but a great week. I always thought it was bit nerdy to be overprepared like this, but now I think it gives me sanity!
I might not do everything on this list EVERY Sunday, but I make sure I get at least 2-3 things out of the way so I’m not thinking about having to do them all week. Here are my secrets to making Mondays suck less: (more…)
By: Amanda Pereira
Eating healthy is always on my To-Do list. And I imagine it’s on nearly everyone’s wish list and resolutions and birthday goals. But it’s hard, especially with a full-time job, and a hungry belly and nothing but cereal in the pantry.
Getting home in time to cook can sometimes feel like an insurmountable obstacle, but it doesn’t have to be. Along with meal prep, which is becoming more and more popular across the internet, there are a host of easy meals that aren’t too taxing for your late evening.
My favourite go-to meal for hurried weeknight dinners is my veggie-heavy version of a classic one pot pasta. There are no firm rules here, just a commitment to lots of healthy fiber-rich vegetables, easy to cook pasta and very little clean up! See my recipe after the jump… (more…)