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Carb Friendly Meals

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If you’re struggling to balance your busy lifestyle and wellness goals, break out your knife, chop up some veggies, and join the meal prep lifestyle. Having meals prepared and ready to eat will help you avoid eating out too much and put a whole new twist on the term “fast food.”

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Breakfast Recipe One: Asparagus and Tomato Frittata

Here is a simple and healthy breakfast recipe that is light and perfect for brunch on the weekend and also an easy make-ahead meal for breakfasts on the go during the workweek. It has tender asparagus, fresh tomato, and sharp shredded cheddar. 

asparagus frittata

Breakfast Recipe Two: Baked Oats with Apricot and Berries

This baked oatmeal with fruit requires minimal prep but provides maximum flavor. The oats are layered between fruit and turn into a cross of a fruit crumble and almost like a bread pudding. The oats absorb all the liquid and the juices of the fruit while it bakes and transforms it into a healthy baked breakfast treat.

baked oats and fruit

Lunch Recipe One: Air Fryer Beef Egg Rolls

Egg Rolls are one of our favorite appetizers, but we also like making them for lunch. Instead of deep-frying them, you can make them into a healthier, but heartier version in the Air Fryer. They turn out almost crispy and delicious as the deep-fried version. 

beef egg rolls

Lunch Recipe Two: Roasted Apricot Glazed Chicken with Broccoli

Chicken is a staple during the week, so we came up with this glaze to change it up and keep it from being boring from week to week. The sweetness of the apricot and honey combined with the saltiness of soy sauce brings out a bright and savory flavor. The glaze bubbles over the crispy-skinned chicken and forms a nice flavorful crunch. 

apricot chicken

Dinner Recipe One: Salmon Piccata with Asparagus

Piccata often gets a reputation of being too refined and difficult to make, but here is an easy baked salmon recipe that includes all the flavors you would find in a piccata sauce. This sauce uses lemon, garlic, butter, and capers to lighten up the dish and provides a refreshing bite.

salmon piccata

Dinner Recipe Two: Ground Beef with Spring Veggies

This one skillet dish is made with ground beef, peas, carrots, and yellow squash. It can be ready in less than 15 minutes and is a yummy low-carb, gluten free option for your weekly meals.

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Easy Meals on a Budget

Meal prep helps you control what you put into your body. Planning meals ahead can help you source the quality of your meals and freshness of your food. Here are some meal ideas to get you started.

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Breakfast Recipe One: Bacon Egg Cups and Roasted Tomato

 If you’re looking for a low carb and keto-friendly breakfast to start your day, then try these bacon egg cups. It is a delicious recipe that you can make ahead and reheat for busy mornings. The smoky flavor of the bacon with the freshness of a roasted tomato makes for a delicious bite. 

bacon egg cups

Breakfast Recipe Two: Corned Beef and Potato Hash

Here’s a great way to use up leftover corned beef. Easily roast diced potatoes on a sheet pan in the oven and mix it together with the corned beef and fresh onions. Feel free to serve a fried egg on top for extra protein.

corn beef hash

Lunch Recipe One: Fish and Kale Chips with Potato Wedges

If you’re into the superfood kale, but want to enjoy it in other ways than a salad, try roasting them in the oven and make kale chips. We also used corn starch for our cod batter to keep the meal prep simple. You still get a nice golden brown crust on the outside without the mess of your usual batter mix to make fish and chips. 

fish and kale chips

Lunch Recipe Two: Reuben Sandwich

Looking for a hearty deli sandwich for lunch? Try this Reuben sandwich that has slices of corned beef piled on top of toasted bread with slices of cheese and loaded with sauerkraut and a tangy thousand island dressing. 

reuben sandwich

Dinner Recipe One: Maple Mustard Corned Beef with Glazed Carrots and Sauerkraut

Have you ever tried corned beef? It’s an inexpensive cut of beef brisket that is cured using salt and brine seasoning. You can either slow cook it or use your instant pot to cook this tough cut of beef into a delicious and tender meal. 

corn beef with glazed carrots

Dinner Recipe Two: Chicken Meatball Soup with Kale

Opening up a can of soup may be easier and faster, but you would be missing out on this delicious homemade soup. This soup is loaded with veggies with savory meatballs in a flavorful herby broth. 

chicken meatball soup

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20 Minute Meals

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Meeting your nutrition goals can be much easier by preparing your meals ahead of time. This will help you save time in figuring out what you want to eat during the week and also decrease the chances of mindless eating. Plan for the week with these weekly meal ideas.

Menu Breakdown

Breakfast Recipe One: Cheesy Sweet Potato Egg Frittata

Egg Frittatas are a great way to pack in your vegetables and protein right at the start of the day. For this recipe, we sliced up sweet potatoes and scrambled some eggs. We added cheese for yummy gooeyness and chives for an earthy and savory flavor. This is definitely a nourishing and satisfying meal to keep you feeling full until lunch. 

cheesy frittata

Breakfast Recipe Two: Pineapple Carrot Muffin Bar

If you’re looking for a great carrot muffin recipe, this is a great option. We made it with crushed pineapple and grated carrots. You can have it for breakfast or a snack. It’s a good way of getting your veggies and fruit in one bite. Enjoy it with your cup of coffee in the morning. 

carrot muffin

Lunch Recipe One: Shrimp Salad with Peanut Dressing

This fresh salad is made with juicy, sauteed shrimp seasoned with honey, garlic, soy sauce, and rice vinegar. Serve it with an easy homemade peanut dressing. We used shrimp for this recipe since it is quick to cook, however, you can easily make this with diced chicken or even garbanzo beans or edamame for a vegetarian option. 

shrimp salad

Lunch Recipe Two: Sweet Potato BLT and Salad

BLT is an iconic lunch sandwich, however, we upgraded our typical toast with nutritious and crunchy sweet potato slices. This takes the classic BLT and gives it a fresh and healthy new twist. 

sweet potato toast

Dinner Recipe One: Instant Pot Pineapple Beef Teriyaki

This super easy one-pot meal takes onions, bell peppers, garlic, and ginger and provides great flavor to beef chunks in a sweet soy sauce. Throw it in the instant pot, let the meat get tender, and you have a delicious meal that your family meal will enjoy.

beef pineapple teriyaki

Dinner Recipe Two: Pan-Fried Pork Chops with Red Cabbage

 This easy sauteed red cabbage makes an excellent side dish to seared pan-fried pork chops. The cabbage is seasoned with a balsamic vinaigrette, while the pork chop is lightly breaded with seasoned flour to get you a nice and crispy golden brown texture. 

pork chops

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Budget-Friendly Meals

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Cooking your own meals and planning what to eat in advance can help you gain control of your health and ensure you have healthy options always available. Need meal-prep help? Here are some meal ideas to get you going. 

Menu Breakdown

Breakfast Recipe One: Bacon and Cheese English Muffin

This ultimate breakfast muffin is easy to make with classic ingredients such as bacon and cheese. First, you’ll want to cook the bacon until it is crispy. Then, layer the English muffin with cheese and bacon and toast it in the oven until the cheese melts. Feel free to add other fillings such as a fried egg or even fresh sliced tomatoes or avocado.

bacon and cheese muffin

Breakfast Recipe Two: Date, Walnut, and Honey Granola

Here is a crunchy and chunky walnut and date granola that will fuel you up for breakfast. Make extra for a perfect mid-day snack. Some packaged granolas may come with a long list of unfamiliar ingredients, therefore, making your own granola will help you control what actually goes in your food. We lightly sweetened it with honey and sprinkled it with cinnamon for extra spice.

granola

Lunch Recipe One: Roasted Red Pepper and Cheese Sandwich with Crispy Brussels Sprouts

Toasted cheese sandwiches are the best. For this recipe, we added an extra layer of flavor with roasted red peppers. The melted cheese with the roasted sweetness of the peppers pairs well with the nutritional deliciousness of sliced avocado in between toasted whole wheat bread. Feel free to add extra vegetables such as fresh spinach or sliced tomatoes for more added nutrition benefits.

pepper and cheese sandwich

Lunch Recipe Two: Tofu Stir Fry

Tofu tends to have a bad reputation for being bland. However, with the right combination of sauce and seasonings, it will soak up all the flavor and definitely makes for a delicious meal. We crisped up the tofu to give it an extra crunch and flavored it with a soy-ginger sauce in this recipe. Just added some fresh and colorful veggies for a fast and healthy dinner. 

tofu stir fry

Dinner Recipe One: Pan-Fried Tilapia with Creamed Corn and Green Beans

This easy pan-fried tilapia with green beans is a delicious weekday meal that can be made in less than 15 minutes. The fish is moist and flaky on the inside with a nice golden crisp on the outside. We packed it with a flavorful homemade rub and paired it with a crispy and garlicky side of green beans and creamed corn.

fish and green beans

Dinner Recipe Two: Cajun Sausage Stew

This yummy cajun sausage stew will warm up your cool evenings. This stew is a great way to use lots of vegetables such as okra, celery, onions, and bell peppers and still keep it satisfying. 

cajun sausage stew

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Balanced Meal Plans

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With busy schedules, staying on top of a healthy diet can be difficult. Meal prep is one way to maintain control over your food intake for a stress-free and low cost approach to achieving your health goals.

Menu Breakdown


Breakfast Recipe One: Sausage Breakfast Muffin Bar

If you don’t have much time in the morning to make breakfast, then this muffin bar recipe can be made ahead of time. Just heat them up in the microwave on your way out. They are a delicious savory breakfast full of sausage and cheese. Add extra veggies such as bell peppers or herbs such as green onions to add more flavor. 

sausage muffin bar

Breakfast Recipe Two: Peanut Butter & Banana Muffin Bar

Peanut butter and banana just come together deliciously. All these ingredients are basic items that you probably already have in your pantry. In addition to peanut butter, you can also add some dark mini chocolate chips or raisins in the batter. Serve them with your cup of coffee in the morning and save some for extra for an afternoon snack.

peanut butter banana bar

Lunch Recipe One: Tuna Stuffed Deviled Egg with Arugula Salad

These stuffed eggs are perfect to make for lunch or even have as a quick afternoon snack. For this recipe, we combined two classic favorites, a combo of deviled eggs and tuna salad. They make for a great gluten-free, low-carb, and high protein alternative to tuna sandwiches. 

tuna stuffed eggs

Lunch Recipe Two: Smoked Salmon Pasta Salad with Artichokes and Arugula

The tangy flavors of lemon juice and artichokes pair well with the smoked salmon and nutty flavors of the arugula salad. This is such a simple lunch recipe that you can make in advance that requires minimal prep. It is also packed with vitamins and minerals from the arugula and artichokes and full of healthy fats from the smoked salmon. It will definitely keep you full and satisfied for the day. 

salmon pasta salad

Dinner Recipe One: Asian Marinated Skirt Steak with Bok Choy & Shiitake Mushroom

This grilled steak recipe is flavored with a sweet and savory Asian marinade served on baby bok choy and shiitake mushrooms. The steak cooks in less than 10 minutes while the bok choy roasts in the oven. Serve it over rice or noodles. 

steak and bok choy

Dinner Recipe Two: Baked Chicken Thighs with Roasted Potatoes & Artichokes

Sheet pan dinners are a time saver for weekly meal prep and also save you from using many dishes. These golden-brown chicken thighs are accompanied by hearty potatoes and artichokes. Serve it on a bed of couscous or quinoa, or save the leftovers for a lunch salad the next day.

baked chicken and artichokes

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Fresh and Clean Eats

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Meal prepping can help you learn more about nutrition and how to treat food as fuel. Here are some simple meal prep ideas that you can prep for the week and keep you on a healthy eating track.

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Breakfast Recipe One: Spinach Omelette

Fuel your mind and body with this easy spinach omelette to start the day. The eggs are packed with protein to help you activate and prepare your body for the busy day ahead. Making omelettes allow you to add more nutritious ingredients such as spinach so that you can load up with vitamins and minerals. You can also use other veggies such as bell peppers and include herbs such as green onions to add more flavor. 

omelette

Breakfast Recipe Two: Oatmeal Apple Banana Muffin Bar

Here is a quick recipe for moist muffins that uses minimal fat and sugar without taking away the deliciousness of muffins. These oatmeal muffins are a quick breakfast option for the week. They are dense and satisfying without added sugar and oil. Using mashed bananas keep it moist, and the oatmeal provides a nice crunchy texture and is a good source of fiber. Bake them with fresh fruit such as apples or pears and you have a hearty muffin that is satisfying with a cup of coffee in the mornings. 

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Lunch Recipe One: Crispy Air Fryer “Fried” Chicken with Yellow Squash and Zucchini

There is nothing more satisfying than biting into a juicy, crispy piece of fried chicken. However, if you are worried about all the calories of a classic deep fat fried chicken, then try this lighter version of Air Fryer “Fried Chicken”. Cooking these chicken drums in the Air Fryer gives you a golden-brown crust and is juicy and full of flavor.

air fryer chicken

Lunch Recipe Two: Balsamic Glazed Steak Bites With Roasted Brussels Sprouts

These steak bites are a fun twist on a traditional steak that is perfect for lunch and will dazzle your taste buds. The balsamic glaze will provide a sweetness to the savory steak bites and can be made in no time. Cutting up the steak into cubes speeds up the cooking process which is a great method if you are short on time for lunch. They pair well with any vegetable side such as these balsamic glazed roasted brussels sprouts. Brussels sprouts are higher in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants making them a nutritious addition to this lunch meal.

steak bites

Dinner Recipe One: Baked Pine Nut Crusted Tilapia with Sauteed Spinach

If you’re looking for a low carb meal and keto-friendly meal, then try this baked white fish with a pine nut crust on top of a bed of sauteed spinach. Baking fish is a great option for low carb or Keto meals. The baked fish is a good source of protein, and adding a pine nut crust is a good source of healthy fats and also adds a flavorful crunch against the soft, flaky white wish. Pine nuts also contain a variety of nutrients and antioxidants that can contribute to heart health. Spinach is also a good source of fiber. The key to helping blood sugar levels stay stable is balancing them with fats, fiber, and protein. 

pine nut fish

Dinner Recipe Two: Chicken Stew with Tomatoes & Mushrooms on top of Roasted Parsnips

This rustic stew cooked in a rich tomato and mushroom sauce on top of roasted parsnips is perfect for this cold winter weather. There is something simple but delicious with this chicken stew that provides comfort and warmth during the winter. We served it over roasted parsnips for an added source of fiber and vitamins, however, you can simply serve this with cauliflower rice, mashed potatoes, or even brown rice.

chicken stew

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Simple to Make Meals

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Having ready to eat meals stored in your fridge for the busy week ahead will help reduce stress, save money, and help you eat healthy whole foods. If you don’t know where to start, here are some meal ideas to help you get started.

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Breakfast Recipe One: Breakfast Pizza

Pizza is a dish that we can enjoy any time of the day. And throwing an egg on top makes it even more exciting. For this recipe, we used naan bread.  Using naan bread skips the many steps of making your own dough and they are personal size and can get crunchy when baked. For the toppings, we used tomato paste and bright colored bell peppers and onions. However, you can make breakfast pizza in many different ways and pack them with healthy and delicious ingredients such as spinach, tomatoes, shredded cheese, and other sauce such as pesto. 

breakfast pizza

Breakfast Recipe Two: Chia Pudding with Mixed Berries

Chia pudding is such a great healthy breakfast that you can prep in advance for the week. It is creamy and loaded with protein, fiber, and omega 3s. Chia seeds are tiny seeds that are packed with so much nutrition and health benefits. They are mild in flavor and form a gel-like consistency when combined with a liquid. For this recipe, we used almond milk and sweetened it with honey, and topped it off with mixed berries. 

chia pudding

Lunch Recipe One: Taco Stuffed Acorn Squash

If you’re trying to stay on track and eat healthy meals but still want to enjoy your favorite flavors, then this taco stuffed acorn squash is a delicious combo of savory and sweet. The sweet acorn squash balances out well with the taco meat seasonings such as chili powder and paprika. Acorn squash is a comforting and hearty vegetable that is a lower-carb and gluten-free alternative to your flour tortillas that you may normally eat with taco meat. Just add your favorite toppings such as pico de gallo or fresh salsa.

taco stuffed squash

Lunch Recipe Two: BBQ Chicken Flatbread Sandwich

This southern-style flatbread sandwich is filled with shredded and moist chicken smothered in sweet and spicy barbecue sauce. The sweet and smoky flavors make this an easy sandwich to enjoy during a weekday lunch. Top it off with any fresh vegetables you have in your fridge and enjoy it with a cool and crisp side salad.

bbq chicken flatbread

Dinner Recipe One: Shrimp and Cabbage Stir Fry

If you’re looking for a low carb meal that you can throw together in less than 10 minutes, then this shrimp and cabbage stir fry are perfect for a weeknight meal. Cabbage is often overlooked and underrated, but it is packed with nutrients, helps with digestion, and keeps you full. It has lovely Asian flavors made from garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and sesame oil. 

shrimp stir fry

Dinner Recipe Two: Instant Pot Shredded BBQ Chicken with Roasted Broccoli and Corn

This Instant Pot BBQ Chicken recipe makes easy pulled chicken in the pressure cooker in less than 40 minutes with minimal prep. It is a quick dinner that you can make in large batches for busy days. It is a versatile recipe that you can serve up in a bun, on top of a salad or a baked potato, and even alongside roasted veggies.

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Low-Cost Meal Prep

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Eating healthy on a budget can be challenging especially if you are short on time. Meal prep can help set you up for success. Set aside time during the weekend to try these meal prep ideas so that you can have tasty wholesome meals available during your workweek.

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Breakfast Recipe One: Chicken Sausage & Cheese Muffin with Fruit

If you are looking for a tasty grab and go breakfast during your crazy weekdays, then these easy chicken sausage and cheese muffins will work great for you. It is a toasted breakfast muffin filled with a savory sausage and topped with melted cheese. You can also add eggs for extra protein. They are easy to make in advance and reheat. You’ll love this recipe because it’s a healthier and cheaper option than your usual fast-food breakfast items.

sausage muffin

Breakfast Recipe Two: Sunny Side Up Egg with Apple & Sausage Hash

There is nothing more comforting than a hearty hash during the cooler months. One of our favorite things to order for brunch is a hash that usually consists of corn beef with diced potatoes. For this recipe, we used pre-cooked sausage and added diced apples instead of potatoes. The apple swap adds a sweetness to the savory meal and is also a great way to get added fruits for breakfast. Topping it off with a sunny side up egg brings it all together.

eggs and apple hash

Lunch Recipe One: Pesto Shrimp Mini Pizzas with Salad

These bite-sized mini pesto shrimp pizzas bring big flavors and are really easy to make. The combination of the herby pesto, sweet shrimp, tangy tomatoes, and red onions on top of toasted English muffins just hits the spot. The great thing about these mini pizzas is that you can make everything in advance and pop them in the oven when you are ready to eat them. 

shrimp mini pizzas

Lunch Recipe Two: Grilled Balsamic Steak with Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges

Some things are just meant to be just like this balsamic glazed steak and savory sweet potato wedges. This meal is rich in iron, vitamin c, and fiber. Adding the balsamic vinegar to the marinade is an easy way to add flavor to your steak, and baking the sweet potato wedges saves you calories from the fryer. 

steak and sweet potato

Dinner Recipe One: Roasted Lemon Italian Chicken with Rutabaga

This oven baked recipe is so simple and comes together really easily. The chicken is simply seasoned with Italian seasoning, and topped with lemon and fresh garlic. It bakes alongside rutabaga and red onions to make the cooking process really simple with fewer dishes to clean. This is a super easy dinner option roasted to perfection.

lemon italian chicken

Dinner Recipe Two: Instant Pot Basil Pesto Beef Stew

Pesto is one of our favorite sauces to use in dishes because of the powerful flavors it brings. It is also a healthy way to season your dishes. It contains herbs, garlic, lemon, nuts, cheese, and oil. If you don’t have fresh herbs, using basil pesto is a great way to add an extra punch of flavor. This is a delicious and warm meal perfect for the chilly winter evenings.

basil pesto stew

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Healthy Veggie Packed Meals

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Try these healthy veggie-packed meals during the week. These recipes have plenty of protein perfect for meal prep and weekly meals. 

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Breakfast Recipe One: Savory Bread Pudding

If you have leftover bread and veggies, you can use this recipe to whip up a fresh new dish. We often use stale old bread for sweet bread pudding, but here is a savory version that is the ultimate comfort food. This is basically an all in one casserole, that is soft, fluffy, and can be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. You can use any kind of veggies you want, add chopped sausage, and even sprinkle it with some cheese. 

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Breakfast Recipe Two: Yogurt with Strawberries & Mixed Nuts

Here’s a simple breakfast that is packed with protein, healthy fat, and vitamins and minerals to start off your day. The simplicity of fresh fruit layered on top of yogurt with crunchy nuts is a refreshing breakfast that takes minimal effort but provides maximum nutrients.

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Lunch Recipe One: Black Bean Soft Tacos

These deliciously seasoned plant-based tacos have lots of southwestern flavor appeal. They are livened up with crisp bell peppers, sweet corn, and bright cilantro. Simply serve them in soft flour tortillas with a side salad. You can also add some avocado slices for healthy fat. Make a large batch and you can even use them as a bean dip with crispy tortilla chips. 

black bean tacos

Lunch Recipe Two: Primavera Stuffed Chicken

Pack chicken breasts with flavor and color with this recipe. This is a simple low carb meal that requires minimal meal prep. This easy recipe is a good way to get more vegetables into your diet.

stuffed chicken

Dinner Recipe One: Orange Ginger Salmon with Snow Peas

This sheet pan recipe couldn’t be any easier with only a few ingredients. It is seasoned with an orange ginger marinade that is full of sweet and bright flavors and takes less than five minutes to prep. Adding marinades to your meals transforms dishes into elegant meals.

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Dinner Recipe Two: Beef and Bean Sprout Stir Fry

Bean sprouts are often used in soup dishes, however, they also make for a tasty ingredient in stir fry recipes. Stir fry dishes during the weeknights are ideal because you can actually make a nutritionally dense meal in less than 15 minutes. Stir Fry dishes are colorful, full of veggies, and packed with proteins. For this recipe, you can swap out the beef with chicken, pork, or even shrimp. 

beef stir fry

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Quick Meal Prep

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These meal prep ideas prove that healthy eating can be delicious. Doing a little bit of meal prep on the weekend will help set you up and prepare you to eat healthier, save money, and reduce your stress during the week.

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Breakfast Recipe One: Smoked Salmon and Avocado English Muffin

This delicious English muffin recipe provides a nutrient-packed start to your day. Salmon and avocado have omega 3 fats that can help with inflammation. In addition, these healthy fats will make you feel more full and satisfied which can help with weight loss and hold off your hunger for lunch. The best part of this meal prep is that it requires no cooking and can be assembled in less than 5 minutes!

smoked salmon muffin

Breakfast Recipe Two: Lemon Ricotta Muffin Bar

These easy and fluffy Lemon Ricotta Muffin Bars pair perfectly with your cup of coffee in the morning. They are lemony and moist from the creamy ricotta cheese. Ricotta cheese is a soft cheese that is delicious and has protein protein, calcium, fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins you need in a balanced diet.

ricotta muffin bar

Lunch Recipe One: Air Fryer Greek Chicken Meatball Lettuce Wraps

Here is an easy homemade meatball air fryer recipe that is made with ground chicken and seasoned with spices that make a tasty and fast weekday lunch recipe. This meatball recipe is low carb and made without breadcrumbs. We served them in lettuce wraps with fresh cucumbers and cherry tomatoes and a side of grapes. However, you can easily serve these in a pita or on top of a bed of salad. You can also make a large batch and freeze them and enjoy them at a later time.

meatball wrap

Lunch Recipe Two: Chicken Fajita Lettuce Wraps

Sheet pan Chicken Fajitas are an easy weekly meal prep that can be ready in less than 30 minutes. They are also a healthy and delicious way to enjoy this juicy chicken. All you have to do is season your chicken and vegetables, toss it together on a sheet pan, and place it in the oven to cook. Since it’s made all in one pan, it makes for easy cleanup. Serve it on top of lettuce wraps, in a salad, or in a tortilla wrap.

chicken fajita lettuce

Dinner Recipe One: Hoisin Pork & Bell Pepper Stir Fry

The savory and colorful hoisin pork and pepper stir fry comes together in less than 15 minutes. If you are looking for a stir fry with a good and simple sauce, then this is one to try. Thinly sliced pork is sauteed with a sweet hoisin sauce mixture and tossed with crunchy bell peppers. Serve it on top of a bed of rice or you can use cauliflower rice as a low carb option.

pork stir fry

Dinner Recipe Two: Indian Butter Chicken with Roasted Cauliflower

Butter chicken is one of the most popular curries in Indian restaurants. The well seasoned, aromatic, and golden chicken pieces are in a creamy curry sauce. If you love food with bold flavors then, this is a great dinner dish to bring your comfort at the end of your day. 

butter chicken

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