Want to make meal prepping even easier? This buffet style meal prep makes it easy to mix and match and create different combinations on the go. This week I added a few different items to my menu and went a little overboard on the veggies. If you are going to go overboard on anything, veggie dishes are the way to go! Check out the layout of some of my grocery items:

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When you keep good food in the house, it will make it easy to stay on track!

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Here’s the layout of my items prepped! Check out the menu:
Proteins – Baked salmon, soft boiled eggs, baked cod and chicken with flavorgod seasoning.
Protein powders – Shakeology & Vega Performance protein (not shown)
Veggies – Melissa’s Produce Romanesco broccoli, sautéed Brussel sprouts & mushrooms, steamed broccolini, steamed broccoli, cauliflower & carrots combo, cauliflower rice and mini bell peppers.
Carbs –Melissa’s Produce red beans, lentils, and oatmeal (not shown).
Fruit – Bananas, Melissa’s Produce goji berries (not shown) and apples (not shown)
Healthy fats – Avocados, hummus (not shown) and almonds
Seeds/oils – Balsamic vinaigrette dressing

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Here’s an example plate. Love the combination of cod, steamed romanesco broccoli, Trader Joe’s lentils, sautéed mushrooms & Brussel sprouts and some crispy bell peppers. Portion containers (21 Day Fix Program): 1 red, 1 yellow, 2 green, 2 tsp.

Proteins:
1 lb. salmon
1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken
1 lb. cod
1 dozen eggs
Shakeology

Vegetables, Legumes & Fruits:
2 containers broccolini
2 containers mushrooms
2 bags roasted Brussel sprouts
1 bag mixed carrots, cauliflower & broccoli
1 bag mini bell peppers
1 package fresh chopped vegetables
1-2 cloves romanesco broccoli
1 bag cauliflower rice
1 bag lentils
1 box red beans
1 carton goji berries

Fruits:
5 apples
1 bunch bananas

Dry Goods:
old-fashioned rolled oats
almonds
olive oil

Prepared Foods:
prepared hummus
balsamic vinaigrette dressing
flavorgod seasoning

Amanda
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