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I knew I wasn't going to have a ton of time this Sunday, so went for a mostly no-cook meal prep. I threw together the breakfast quiche and tossed it in the oven while I assembled the rest.
A rotisserie chicken came in handy for my club salads, so I pretty much just had to cut veggies and was good to go.
My grown up lunchable bento boxes consist of Havarti cheese slices wrapped in turkey, apple, almonds, and cucumber slices. I also threw eggs in my instant pot for 7 minutes to hard boil for a quick snack.
You can whip up the overnight oats the night before you plan to eat them - pick any of the recipes from my Freebie Overnight Oats Recipe Book!
I work a couple long evenings this week, so won't be home for dinner. The crockpot will be my go-to for easy meals with leftovers. The 2 meals I make early in the week are going to be all I need for a week of dinners.
Healthy snack options would be fruit, nuts, eggs, chopped veggies, yogurt, low fat cheese, or any combo of the above. No prep needed - just grab and go!
Broccoli Cheddar Quiche
Peanut Butter Cup Overnight Oats
Bento Box - turkey, cheese, cucumber, apple, almonds
BLT Cobb Salads w/chicken
Slow Cooker Rotisserie Chicken w/brussels sprouts and sweet potato
Slow Cooker Beef and Butternut Soup
This meal plan would be great for anyone who doesn't like to cook or dreads the time it takes to meal prep. It averages slightly under 1500 calories a day with a macro breakdown of 50/20/30 (fat/carbs/protein). This resembles a Paleo based diet with a higher fat/lower carb ratio.
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