Tag Archives: Meal Prep
I have recently embraced breakfast burritos because they are ridiculously easy to prep all at once and they are packed full of protein – giving me lots of energy to get through work until lunch.
I’ve purchased pre-made frozen breakfast burritos before, they taste great – but some are often loaded up with sodium and I like the idea of being able to customize what goes into my breakfast burritos – like adding lots of spinach. Here my recipe…. (more…)
I recently heard from my friends in Canada that cauliflower had reached an all-time price high of $8! It’s been so crazy that the New York Times even reported about it that it became a big media story. Well, it looks like prices have come back down to earth and grocery stores are even offering the vegetable as a loss-leader for $2-3.
SO! With that being said, I thought it would be a great time for me to introduce to you my Roasted Cauliflower Breakfast Bowl recipe. For those who are into meal prep – you can make everything the night before and either add a hard-boiled egg on top or add a fried over easy egg or poached egg in the morning. Double or triple the recipe to have a healthy lunch or breakfast all week! Here’s the recipe: (more…)
Do you meal prep?
After a little Pinterest inspo, I set myself up to finally meal prep a few grab and go lunches on the weekend. I stuck to a pretty simple recipe and this is great starting off point for beginners. Here’s what made it:
Roasted Sweet Potatoes – I cut up a sweet potato into cubes and roasted them in the oven with a bit of olive oil, salt and pepper and a bit of dried thyme.
Hard Boiled Eggs – While they sweet potatoes were baking, I made a couple hard boiled eggs. In the end, I ended up making more because just one egg wasn’t filling enough for me. I like to cut mine in half, sprinkle with sea salt, pepper and smoked paprika.
Steamed Broccoli – Lastly, I steamed up a bag of pre-cut organic broccoli and added them to my meal prep bowl. (more…)
It’s almost the weekend!
I’ve picked out 5 healthy recipes I want to try out this weekend and thought I would share my finds with you. I’ve been trying to get into this whole meal prep thing so I can eat healthier at home, instead of caving and ordering Thai take-out when there’s nothing in the fridge. Lack of groceries and waiting until I’m absolutely starving always ends badly.
My game plan right now is to shop on Saturday and prep as much as I can for the week on Sunday. Sounds good in theory right? I know if I can get myself to do this, I will be setting myself up for success. So here are the healthy recipes I’ve picked out for the week:
Breakfast – To-Go Baked Oatmeal from The Wholesome Dish
Most people dream of having a chef in their kitchen- all the time! Someone to slice, dice and prep the contents of their fridge, and whip those meals up in a flash that will help you stay on track with your health goals. Of course, doing it yourself may not be quite as luxurious, but with some simple guidance, tips, tricks and strategies, meal prep can be made so easy.
This group challenge, presented to you by Meghan Telpner, a Toronto-based nutritionist, director of the Academy of Culinary Nutrition and author of the bestselling book UnDiet, has developed this program as a 4-week, step-by-step challenge to take you through the process of cleansing and organizing your kitchen, and sharing amazing ways to optimize your time in the kitchen.