A common challenge I hear from those who cook for themselves is meal planning & how to prep the right amount so you don’t have to eat tacos 5 nights in a row (though I wouldn’t be opposed to that) or see food go bad. Rather than re-invent the wheel I turned to some fellow dietitian bloggers who have already written on these topics to provide plenty of ideas & tips.
Food Prep by The Lean Green Bean
I’ve been following Lindsay for years and she is the queen of meal prep. If you don’t have time to check out all of the articles below then this is your one-stop shop. The link to this particular post is a round-up of posts she’s done on the following topics:
- How To Food Prep – 5 Tips For Beginners
- Top 10 Foods For Sunday Food Prep
- 10 Foods That Freeze Well
- How to Prep Food on the Weekend
- Weekend Prep for Easy Weekday Meals
- How to Eat Healthy in College
- How to Eat Healthy During the Week
- Healthy Snack Ideas
- 12 Ways To Use Leftovers
Need some meal ideas for your toddlers? She’s got you covered:
- A Month of Toddler Meal Ideas
- 40 Healthy Toddler Meals
- 50+ Toddler Meal Ideas (free PDF)
Soup Swap by Smart Nutrition
3 Strategies for Making Quick, Healthy Meals by Whole Green Wellness
This article has a plant-based emphasis FYI.
How to Simplify Meal Planning by Food, Pleasure, and Health
Free E-Book on the first steps of meal planning by Nourish Nutrition Co
Weekly Dinner Meal Plans (Pinterest Board) by The Spicy RD
5 Ways to Eat Less Processed Food by Katie Cavuto
Plus a meal prep cheat sheet
If you’d like additional help with implementing healthy meal prep and planning tips please fill out this form and I’ll help you get started.
What method is helpful to you when cooking for one?