Keep dinner simple and have it prepped so you can walk in the door and just heat it! This stir fry is quick to prep and so, so good!! Chicken Teriyaki Stir-Fry Ingredients
3-4 chicken breasts, chopped
Chopped onions, bell peppers and green onions
Cooked rice (brown or white) - 1 cup per portion you want to prepare
1/2 cup soya sauce
1/2 cup honey 1 teaspoon garlic powder To taste: salt, pepper, sesame seeds How to:
Cook chicken in pan with salt and pepper until done.
This recipe gives you a meal prepped lunch that is packed full of flavour, is filling AND will give you a ton of nutrients including protein and vitamins. Hits the spot if you're craving Mexican food!
Again, this recipe is meant to be followed loosely since you can simply substitute ingredients for what you happen to have on hand! It starts with a rice base: choose a whole grain - brown rice is great! Make a batch so you can prep at least 3-4 days of lunches (I like to light
Want a breakfast recipe you can easily prepare ahead of time with usually on hand ingredients? I got you!
These easy egg muffins need only an egg base and whatever ingredients you have on hand! It starts with an egg base: crack your eggs into a bowl and whisk; season with salt and pepper. Add some veggies: fool yourself and sneak in some veggies (even green ones!) into your breakfast. You can add in just about any veggie you want - simply dice them into small pieces before
If you weren’t already excited for June and the nicer weather, then I’m about to take it one step further! All month, we’re focusing on…..Meal Prep! It’s all about food, so you know it’s exciting! Or is it just me that enjoys all food talk? And I want to be clear, when I talk meal prep, I’m not talking about elaborate planning and full meals ready to go. I, of course, lean more towards the keep it simple and possibly lazy kind of meal prepping. So with that said, all month lo
I get asked about my pre-workout routine a lot so I figured I’d walk you through exactly what I do! The good news is that it’s actually a lot less complicated than you might think! Let’s start with the top question I get asked: “What do I eat before I work out?” This one has two answers for me personally. If I workout first thing in the morning (which is my typical time) then I work out fasted - which means I don’t eat until after my workout. I feel better this way as eating