Meal prepping is one of the easiest ways to guarantee you stay on track during the week especially with a busy schedule. I love setting aside a few hours on the weekend so I don’t have to worry again later in the week. As an avid meal prepper, I rarely miss a Sunday and I wanted to share with you my best tips.
Tip 1: Invest in a Variety of Tupperware
Having containers to put your food in is key. I know I felt more motivated when my box of tupperware arrived. When I have different styles and sizes of tupperware, it actually helps me feel more creative! Pictured above are the clear OXO Snap containers, chefland containers from amazon, and some clear glass containers I got from ralph’s.
Tip 2: Get creative with your proteins
While I could literally eat the same style of meat every week, adding in combinations like turkey marinara make sure you don’t get bored! Try this delicious recipe on my blog.
Tip 3: Buy a variety of low-sodium seasonings
Low-sodium seasonings are an easy, no-calorie addition to spice up any meal! I’m obsessed with my Flavorgod Seasonings. Buy a variety that you can use to spice up veggies and protein dishes.
Tip 4: Roast your veggies in the oven
Veggies are easy to cook in bulk when you pour them into a baking pan with olive oil and seasoning. Just cover with foil and it will taste delicious!
Tip 5: Get raw veggies to snack on
Think of veggies you enjoy eating raw! They make great snacks and require little effort. I love snagging a bag of baby carrots or cutting up some cucumber for the week.
Tip 6: Keep easy foods for on-the-go
Another thing that saves me time is having go-to quality protein powders and snacks. I love cashews and almonds! Shakeology and the Beachbody Performance post-workout shake taste delicious and help keep me feeling full. I love the new healthy chicken jerky I got from CaveManFoods.com. You can use my discount code: Meix15 for 15% off your first order.
Check out how full my fridge is at the beginning of the week.