Warm, comforting meal you can throw together in a flash. Most of the ingredients in here are pantry products so this is a good recipe to keep on hand when you run out of other prepped meals!
Protein oatmeal recipe
This is made in the microwave in a matter of minutes and can be mixed around with all types of flavors! Oatmeal is a super filling complex carb with the types of fiber that feed your good bacteria that help your metabolism work properly.
Pizza in a mug
If you like pizza ( who doesn't) you have got to try this nutrient-dense super fast recipe. Takes less time to mix together than cooking a frozen pizza!
Check out this pizza recipe that takes just a couple minutes to throw together and is a FRACTION of the calories from pizza from the truck stop. Picture courtesy of Prime driver Mike who made the pizza in a sandwich maker instead of the microwave for a crispier texture.
Protein spaghetti with meatballs
Have your pasta and protein too! 42g of protein in a serving. Very easy to cook in the microwave in a bowl of water so this recipe can work if you don't have access to a stove.
Another dry goods meal! The fresh veggies are optional, meaning that you can use up some canned goods instead.
Chickpea avocado salad
Vegan meal option that you can throw together with no cooking!
Greek yogurt chicken salad
Another recipe that doesn't require cooking if you use a rotisserie chicken or the pre-cooked frozen chicken.
Here is a great snack or quick breakfast option! Way less added sugars than a pre-made parfait and more protein.
Mocha overnight oats
Have your caffeine in your breakfast! Chocolate protein powder with instant coffee makes this a nutritious jumpstart to your day.
Chocolate peanut butter overnight oats
Who doesn't like chocolate and PB together?! Tastes like you are eating a reeses cup melted in your oatmeal! Overnight oats are a fantastic way to meal prep breakfast.
Chia seed protein pudding
No cooking required and a great option for breakfast meal prep for your week! Chia seeds are a fantastic source of Omega-3 fats and soluble fiber. These are both potent PREbiotic food sources for the good bacteria in your gut that help you fight off disease, make compounds that help you avoid overeating, help in insulin sensitivity and the list goes on!
Berry overnight oats
Overnight oats are an easy breakfast option to prep the night before. Oats are super filling because of the fantastic fiber in there but this recipe also has a protein source that will also keep you full for hours. The Greek yogurt is a great source of probiotics, the good bacteria for your gut. Blue, red, & purple fruits & veggies like berries, apples, & red cabbage contain a polyphenol called Anthocyanin which give the produce those colors. Anthocyanins actually promote microbial diversity of GOOD bacteria & the anthocyanins from 2 cups of blueberries increase insulin sensitivity, lower visceral adipose tissue & improve satiety.