Meal Prep Sunday!

On Sundays, we prep!!

Meal prepping is one of the best ways you can ensure your diet plan success.  Whether you’re trying to eat more protein to build muscle or trying to cut carbs to lose weight, most of our fitness goals come down to food and the accessibility of it.  Prepping your food ensures you have delicious, healthy meals ready to go when you are on the go!

Here’s a look at my prep for the week: I like for each meal and snack to have protein, fat, and carbs in it.

These Egg Cups are a breakfast must!

Here is a quick low-down on how to throw these babies together:

Ingredients:

12 Eggs or 6 cups egg whites (I used whites)

Toppings (I used spinach, cheese, bacon, and onions-you can use anything you have on hand)

Cooking spray

 

To create this masterpiece, set your oven to 400 degrees.  Spray a muffin pan with cooking spray.  I like the butter flavored one.  Then, you’ll either crack an egg into each hole or measure out 1/2 cup of egg whites for each one.  Finally, go crazy with toppings and you can bake ’em up!  Don’t worry about putting big spinach leaves in there, it will wilt much smaller!   Bake in the oven for about 20 minutes or until the tops are firm and Voila!  So stinking easy!

 

Next, I microwaved a bag of diced cauliflower and sweet potato.  I measured that out and put it with some chicken breast I cooked in the air fryer using Flavor God Seasonings.  If you haven’t tried their stuff, shame on you!  This will be lunch!

Now, I just need a few snacks to even out my day.  Here’s what I have on hand.

This is raisin bread (gluten-free for me).  I will likely put some peanut butter on it or eat it with my eggs.  I already have it bagged up and ready to go for the week!

This yogurt is a great option to have on hand.  It has the highest amount of protein and lowest amount of carbs of any yogurt out there and it tastes great, too!!  I would eat this with a couple of ounces of cheese.

Finally, I have some boiled eggs.  I like to take out the yolk and eat them with Wholly Guacamole 100 calorie packs, kind of like a deviled egg.

That is all of the food that I prepped for the week.  Everything else will be just added in from stuff in my fridge and pantry as needed.  Meal prep doesn’t have to take a long time.  You just need a few prepared things on hand.

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Remember, if I can do it, you can do it!

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