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30 Healthy Meal Prep Ideas That Are Super Easy

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Ready to meal prep? These meal prep recipes are great for all meals of the day: breakfast, lunch, dinner. All you need to do is get cooking!

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But oftentimes our busy lives can get in the way. Then we end up eating packaged, processed foods or takeout, which is often unhealthy.

We all want to live healthy lives. And one of the best ways to do this is to eat healthy meals.

So, what’s the solution? Meal prepping healthy meals that are super easy.

When you meal prep, you take the guesswork out of healthy eating. And by making your meal prep super easy, you’re more likely to stick to it… And that’s a win-win situation.

Today I’m sharing 30 Healthy Meal Prep Ideas That Are Super Easy. They’re not only super easy, but delicious too.

And to keep your meals fresh longer, make sure you store them in airtight food storage containers. I recommend these ones here because they are sustainable that will leak into your food.

1. Greek Mason Jar Salads

Greek Mason Jar Salads

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These Greek Mason Jar Salads are super yummy and colorful. They’re packed with tons of veggies like crispy Romaine lettuce, juicy grape tomatoes, refreshing cucumber, and sweet red bell peppers.

The shredded chicken and garbanzo beans make them pretty hearty. And the feta cheese and Greek Kalamata olives add creaminess and saltiness; it’s a party in your mouth.

Besides being tasty, these salads are nutritious. They’re packed with protein, so they’re pretty filling.

They’re also packed with fiber. In fact, one serving provides almost a quarter of your daily fiber needs.

Making them is pretty easy. Just layer your ingredients in Mason jars. If you need to stock up on some, you can get some here.

When you’re ready to eat, just shake, shake, shake. Then eat.

This is a great high protein lunch.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 396

• Fats: 29g

• Protein: 19g

• Carbs: 17g

• Fiber: 6g

• Sugar: 3g

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2. Vegan Chipotle Bowls

Vegan Chipotle Bowls

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These chipotle bowls are infused with Mexican flavors. From the sauteed bell peppers, red onions and poblano peppers to the cumin-infused black beans.

And the chipotle cashew cream sauce is truly the icing on top of the cake. It’s creamy, spicy, and smoky…perfect if you like all things spicy.

And instead of white rice, you’ll be using quinoa in your bowls. Quinoa is a pretty nutritious grain.

It’s high in fiber and protein. And it’s an excellent source of manganese, magnesium, and phosphorus, which you need for healthy bones.

It’s also gluten-free, so you can eat it if you have allergies or sensitivities to gluten.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 410

• Fats: 18g

• Protein: 15g

• Carbs: 47g

• Fiber: 7g

• Sugar: 7g

Recipe

3. Healthy Chicken Fajita Meal Prep Bowl

Healthy Chicken Fajita Bowl

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I’m a big fan of fajitas, as I’m sure many of you are too. But on a low carb diet, they can be a problem.

That’s because they’re often served with tortillas.

One medium corn tortilla can contain more than 10 grams of net carbs. And as tasty as they are, they’re not worth ruining your diet.

These chicken fajitas are juicy and nicely seasoned. The sauteed onions and bell peppers add tons of color and freshness.

But, best of all, one serving contains only 6 grams of net carbs.

To keep them low carb, you serve them with roasted Brussels sprouts instead of tortillas. However, if you still want your tortillas, that’s not a problem.

Just choose low carb tortillas, like these ones here. Each one contains only 4 grams of net carbs.

This is a great idea for a high protein meal prep.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 592

• Fats: 32g

• Protein: 59g

• Carbs: 9g

• Fiber: 3g

• Sugar:

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4. Vegan Bowls With Broccoli, Grapes, Pecans & Quinoa

Bowls With Broccoli, Grapes, Pecans & Quinoa

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Lunchtime is the perfect time to break away from the grind of work. But the last thing you want to do during your lunch break is waiting in line for the microwave.

That’s why it’s good to have a lunch that you can enjoy cold… like this vegan meal prep bowl.

It’s packed with chickpeas, quinoa, and roasted broccoli. The pecans add a nice crunch, while the grapes add sweetness.

And the tangy-sweet homemade lemon dressing adds creaminess and complements the microgreens perfectly. You’ll want to add the dressing to everything.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 528

• Fats: 34g

• Protein: 13g

• Carbs: 52g

• Fiber: 13g

• Sugar: 17g

Recipe

5. Roasted Vegetable Buddha Bowls

Roasted Vegetable Buddha Bowls

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Stumped for time? Well, you can’t go wrong with these Roasted Vegetable Buddha Bowls.

They taste just as good as they look. The sweetness of the sweet potatoes goes nicely with the earthiness of the beet couscous.

And the roasted chickpeas add heartiness, while the kale and pomegranate add tons of brightness and antioxidants.

The Yum sauce is pretty yummy too. It’s cheesy and creamy and really easy to make.

Just add some nutritional yeast, silken tofu, slivered almonds, lemon juice, garlic, and seasonings in a blender and blend until smooth. This blender should do the trick.

Then add some chickpea juice to make your dressing pourable. Easy, peasy.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 597

• Fats: 19g

• Protein: 22.5g

• Carbs: 82.4g

• Fiber: 15.3g

• Sugar: 6.6g

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6. Salmon Meal Prep With Veggies

Salmon Meal Prep With Veggies

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Looking for a great post-workout meal? This is a great option.

The salmon is juicy and nicely seared. And the sweetness of the sweet potatoes and beets works nicely with the savory of the salmon.

Besides being tasty, salmon is good for you. It’s packed with omega-3s, which are good for your heart and brain.

And it’s a good source of potassium which is important for healthy blood pressures. So, eat up that salmon.

Besides being packed with heart-healthy fats, this meal prep has a ton of protein. In fact, one serving provides a whopping 54 grams of protein.

So, it makes for a great post-workout meal.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 806

• Fats: 45g

• Protein: 54g

• Carbs: 53g

• Fiber: 13g

• Sugar: 16g

Recipe

7. French Lentil Mason Jar Salads

French Lentil Mason Jar Salads

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We could all do with some more veggies in our diet. And salads are a great way to do this.

But salad often tastes like grass. These French Lentil Mason Jar Salads taste like anything but grass.

That’s because they’re packed with hearty lentils, juicy cherry tomatoes, sweet red onions, and leafy greens. And the homemade mustard vinaigrette adds heat and tanginess.

And they take only 10 minutes to make- that’s it. So, they’re perfect for those times when you don’t have much time to meal prep.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 343

• Fats: 19g

• Protein: 9g

• Carbs: 37g

• Fiber: 9g

• Sugar:

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8. Thai Coconut Quinoa Bowls

Thai Coconut Quinoa Bowls

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Can’t decide between sweet or savory? You don’t have to with these Thai Coconut Quinoa Bowls.

These bowls are full of flavor and texture. The coconut quinoa is nice and creamy, and the maple syrup adds a hint of sweetness.

Meanwhile, the sweet potatoes add extra layers of sweetness. And the black sesame seeds add some crunch and extra protein.

While the purple coleslaw is refreshing and cooling. Perfect for a hot summer’s day.

And we can’t forget about the peanut sauce! It’s a nice balance of sweet and savory with some umami flavor.

They’re packed with protein and fiber. They’re also rich in manganese, magnesium, and phosphorus. So, they’re good for your bones.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 518

• Fats: 33g

• Protein: 10g

• Carbs: 48g

• Fiber: 6g

• Sugar: 11g

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9. Stir-Fried Pork Meal Prep

Stir-Fried Pork Meal Prep

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I love chicken, as I’m sure many of you too. But after a while, it can get kind of boring.

So, if you’re looking to change things up, this dish is the perfect option.

On the menu is nicely browned pork. And the veggies are stir-fried in the pork fat, so they’re brimming with flavor.

For the veggies, I use red, yellow, and green bell peppers, along with green beans and snow peas, but feel free to use whatever veggies you have on hand.

Making this macro-friendly meal prep is pretty easy. And it takes only 25 minutes to make.

So, you can spend less time in the kitchen. And more time relaxing.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 409

• Fats: 19g

• Protein: 32g

• Carbs: 29g

• Fiber: 6.8g

• Sugar: 8g

Recipe

10. Ham, Egg, & Cheese Breakfast Quesadillas

Cheese Breakfast Quesadillas

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Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. And for a good reason: eating a good breakfast sets you up for the day.

But mornings can be pretty hectic. So, it’s nice to have your breakfasts prepped so that you feel less frazzled.

These breakfast quesadillas are packed with ooey, gooey cheese, and other goodies like ham and broccoli.

Besides the quesadillas, you also have an assortment of fruit. You have raspberries, tangerines, and blueberries- perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth.

Eating on the run? You may want to pack them in meal prep containers that have separate compartments like these. That way you can keep the fruits separate from the quesadillas.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 291

• Fats: 12g

• Protein: 20g

• Carbs: 24g

• Fiber: 3g

• Sugar: 11g

Recipe

11. California Sushi Roll Bowls With Cauliflower Rice Meal Prep

Sushi Roll Bowl

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Do you love sushi? Then, you’ll love these California Sushi Roll Bowls.

They have all the taste of California Sushi Rolls without the fuss. You have your crab meat, cucumbers, and avocados.

All garnished with sesame seeds and scallions. And topped with a spicy Sriracha mayonnaise.

And unlike regular sushi roll bowls, these won’t leave you feeling heavy. That’s because they’re served with cauliflower sushi rice instead of sushi rice.

Not only is cauliflower sushi rice lower in net carbs, it’s healthier for you too.

Making cauliflower sushi rice is pretty easy. Just steam your cauliflower rice until it’s tender. Then add seasoned rice vinegar and mix well.

For extra convenience, you can use prepackaged cauliflower rice like this. Or, to save money, you can simply make your own.

Just cut your cauliflower into pieces. Then place them in a food processor and pulse until rice-like. This food processor should do the trick.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 312

• Fats: 18.1g

• Protein: 9.9g

• Carbs: 25.3g

• Fiber: 6.5g

• Sugar: 8.4g

Recipe

12. Spicy Tuna Bowls Meal Prep

Spicy Tuna Bowls

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Can’t get enough seafood? This dish is for you.

Flaky canned tuna is mixed with Sriracha mayonnaise and toasted sesame oil. This adds creaminess, umami, and heat that your taste buds will love.

This is accompanied by cauliflower sushi rice and crunchy Persian cucumbers. All garnished with sesame seeds and scallions…just like your favorite Japanese restaurant, but healthier.

Besides being delicious, these meal prep bowls are pretty healthy. That’s because they’re packed with heart-healthy omega-3s from the tuna.

What’s more- they take only 20 minutes to make. So, they’re perfect when you’re running short on time.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 566

• Fats: 44g

• Protein: 24g

• Carbs: 10g

• Fiber: 4g

• Sugar: 4g

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13. Baked Herb Chicken Breasts With Couscous Meal Prep

Herb Chicken Breasts With Couscous

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Love Mediterranean flavors? Then be sure to try this dish.

The chicken breasts are juicy and packed with Mediterranean flavors. That’s because you marinate them in olive oil and a blend of Mediterranean spices.

And you add Mediterranean veggies like red onions and zucchini. The red and yellow bell peppers add lots of brightness and extra nutrition.

The vegetable broth-infused couscous is not only delicious but good for you too. That’s because it’s rich in selenium, a powerful antioxidant.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 633

• Fats: 17g

• Protein: 61g

• Carbs: 56g

• Fiber: 7.5g

• Sugar: 9.7g

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14. Ground Turkey Meal Prep Bowl Recipe

Ground Turkey Meal Prep

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Sometimes, despite our best intentions, Sunday night comes. And we haven’t yet done our meal prepping.

This ground turkey meal prep bowl is for times like those. It’s fast and simple, and besides the seasonings and olive oil, it only requires 4 ingredients: ground turkey, cooked quinoa, baby broccoli, and spicy peanut vinaigrette.

Besides being tasty, this dish is nutritious too.

It’s high in fiber. In fact, one serving provides about a quarter of your daily fiber needs.

And it’s an excellent source of Vitamin C, so it’s good for your immune system.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 542

• Fats: 32.7g

• Protein: 30.6g

• Carbs: 35.2g

• Fiber: 6.6g

• Sugar: 5.4g

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15. Healthy Chicken Meal Prep

Healthy Chicken Meal Prep

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Are you on a low carb diet? Then, you know that it’s even more important for you to meal prep.

That’s because convenience and takeout foods tend to be packed with carbs. And extra carbs means not being able to fit into your skinny jeans.

This chicken meal prep contains juicy chicken breasts, hard-boiled eggs, and tons of veggies.

And to dip your veggies, you have a creamy, savory, tangy yogurt dip.

Besides being low carb, this meal prep takes only 15 minutes to make. That’s even with cooking your chicken breasts from scratch.

To save time, you’ll be using an Instant Pot for cooking your chicken breasts. If you don’t have one, you can get one here, or you can simply use store-bought rotisserie chicken.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 399

• Fats: 12g

• Protein: 59g

• Carbs: 9g

• Fiber: 1g

• Sugar: 6g

Recipe

16. Taco Bowl

Taco Bowl

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Do you love Mexican food? Then, you’ll love these taco bowls.

They’re packed with nicely browned and seasoned ground beef, corn, black beans, and rice.

And what’s a good taco bowl without some shredded cheese? If you like it spicy, you can use some Pepper Jack cheese and add some jalapeno peppers on the side.

These taco bowls also contain lots of fiber. Just one bowl provides a whopping 40% of your daily fiber needs.

Now, this meal prep bowl does contain ground beef, which has a high carbon footprint. So, you may want to eat it less often or use ground chicken or pork instead.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 526

• Fats: 17g

• Protein: 41g

• Carbs: 54g

• Fiber: 10g

• Sugar: 4g

Recipe

17. Chickpea Salad With Cucumbers & Tomatoes

Chickpea Salad With Cucumbers

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I’m a big fan of salads. Salads are a great way to add more veggies to our diets.

But salads can often feel like they lack a little something. Something like protein.

This chickpea salad is packed with a whopping 29 grams of protein. And it tastes delicious.

That’s because the chickpeas are sauteed in a mixture of spices. And the vinaigrette adds a nice acidity to the veggies, as do the fresh herbs.

Making this salad takes only 20 minutes. So, you have no more excuses for not eating your veggies. Check out more salad meal preps here.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 790

• Fats: 35g

• Protein: 29g

• Carbs: 97g

• Fiber: 20g

• Sugar: 23g

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18. Steak Bites With Mashed Cauliflower Meal Prep

Steak Bites With Mashed Cauliflower

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Looking for a low carb alternative to steak and potatoes? Then be sure to give this meal prep dish a try.

On the menu are nicely seared garlic steak bites. All served with creamy, cheesy mashed cauliflower, and spinach sauteed with garlic…eating healthy doesn’t get much better than this.

Unlike your typical steak and potatoes dinner, this meal prep is low in carbs. One serving will only set you back by 9 grams of net carbs.

That’s because instead of mashed potatoes, you use mashed cauliflower instead.

To make it, pat dry your cauliflower rice. Then place your cauliflower rice, parmesan cheese, sour cream, and garlic powder in a food processor and process until creamy.

Bon appetit!

Per Serving:

• Calories: 411

• Fats: 24g

• Protein: 36g

• Carbs: 13g

• Fiber: 4g

• Sugar: 3g

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19. Deli Snack Box

Deli Snack Box

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We all know how important it is to prep our meals. But, it’s just as important to prep our snacks too.

Otherwise, when break time comes, we just want to hit the vending machine. And we all know how unhealthy (and expensive) that can be.

This snack box is full of goodies. Like turkey breast slices, eggs, crackers, cherry tomatoes, cheese, and raw almonds.

With a snack like this, who needs chips and candy bars?

Per Serving:

• Calories: 382

• Fats: 25g

• Protein: 23g

• Carbs: 16g

• Fiber: 3g

• Sugar: 2g

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20. Garlic Shrimp & Veggies Meal Prep Bowls

Garlic Shrimp & Veggies

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I’m a big fan of shrimp, as I’m sure many of you are too. Not only is it delicious, it doesn’t take much time to prepare.

So, it’s perfect for meal prep. And it’s pretty nutritious too.

Not only is it rich in protein, it’s also rich in selenium, a powerful antioxidant. So, eat up that shrimp.

These garlic shrimp & veggies meal prep bowls taste and look amazing. You have succulent shrimp sauteed in butter and olive oil.

All served with a medley of bell peppers, zucchini, and red onions.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 228

• Fats: 14g

• Protein: 30g

• Carbs: 11g

• Fiber: 3g

• Sugar: 5g

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21. Garlic Butter Chicken Meatballs

Garlic Butter Chicken Meatballs

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Some days can be just plain stressful. For days like this, you just want some good old fashioned comfort food.

Like meatballs. Just the way your mother used to make them …or not.

These low carb meatballs are juicy, cheesy, and packed with Italian flavors. And the red chili pepper flakes add a bit of heat … Perfect if you like it spicy.

To keep it low carb, you won’t be serving your meatballs with pasta. Instead, you’ll be serving them with cauliflower rice.

However, if you need your pasta, you can simply make zucchini noodles instead.

Making zucchini noodles is really easy. Just cut off the ends of your zucchini.

Then spiralize your zucchini in a spiralizer like this. Then, saute your zucchini noodles in olive oil, and top with parmesan cheese.

Buon appetito!

Per Serving:

• Calories: 342.71g

• Fats: 23.84g

• Protein: 25.8g

• Carbs: 7.96g

• Fiber: 2.01g

• Sugar: 2.56g

Recipe

22. Chia Pudding

Chia Pudding

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Want to have your breakfast ready for an entire month? Then make this chia pudding.

It’s chocolatey, filling, and creamy. Best of all, it keeps really well.

In fact, it lasts up to 5 days in the fridge or several weeks in the freezer. So, you can make a couple of batches and have your breakfasts set for an entire month or two.

Besides being delicious, it’s pretty nutritious too. That’s because you use chia seeds.

Chia seeds are a pretty impressive superfood. They’re packed with fiber and protein.

They’re also rich in manganese, magnesium, and phosphorus. So, they’re good for your bones.

Besides using them in chia pudding, you can also add them to your smoothies, cereal, or yogurt. If you’d like to try some, you can get some here.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 191

• Fats: 11g

• Protein: 8g

• Carbs: 16g

• Fiber: 8g

• Sugar: 6g

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23. Healthy Breakfast

Healthy Breakfast Bowls

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Do you like breakfasts that can double as a dinner? This breakfast meal prep bowl is for you.

This sweet potato frittata is a nice combination of savory and sweet. The sweet potato and red bell peppers add sweetness, while the spinach and eggs add savory.

To make it, you’ll be sauteing your veggies on the stovetop, then adding your egg mixture.

Once the edges of your frittata begin to set, you’ll be transferring your skillet to the oven. So, make sure you use a good oven-safe skillet like this.

Once your frittata is ready, serve with some berries and cashews. Yum!

Per Serving:

• Calories: 204

• Fats: 10g

• Protein: 10g

• Carbs: 19g

• Fiber: 3g

• Sugar: 7g

Recipe

24. Protein Bowls

Meal Prep Protein Bowls

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Do you always feel like snoozing after lunch? Then try these protein bowls.

They’re high in protein and lower in carbs. So, they’ll keep you satisfied and your energy levels up.

On the menu is tender, shredded chicken breast, hard-boiled eggs, and red quinoa. Not only are they packed with flavor, they’re packed with protein too.

And to make it balanced, you’re serving it with cucumber slices and mixed greens. All topped with a creamy Homemade Ranch dressing. Mmm mmm good!

Per Serving:

• Calories: 249

• Fats: 11g

• Protein: 25g

• Carbs: 13g

• Fiber: 1g

• Sugar: 2g

Recipe

25. Salmon Patties With Coleslaw

Salmon Patties With Coleslaw

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Do you love seafood? Then, you’ll love these meal prep bowls.

These salmon patties taste delicious. The fresh herbs add tons of flavor.

And the crunchy coleslaw and creamy, tangy homemade coleslaw dressing complement the salmon patties perfectly.

Besides being yummy, these salmon meal prep bowls are also low in carbs. That’s because you don’t use breadcrumbs to bind your salmon patties.

Instead, you use almond flour. Besides being low in net carbs, almond flour is also rich in Vitamin E, so it’s good for your skin.

You can use almond flour as a breading for your meat and fish, to thicken your sauces/gravies and in your baking.

So, if you tend to do a lot of low carb cooking, it’s great to always have some on hand. If you need to stock up on some, you can get some here.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 186

• Fats: 9g

• Protein: 24g

• Carbs: 3g

• Fiber: 1g

• Sugar: 1g

Recipe

26. Paleo Breakfast

Paleo Breakfast

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Bacon and eggs are tasty and all. But after a while, they can get kind of boring.

So, if you’re looking to change up your breakfast routine, give these breakfast meal prep bowls a try.

They’re brimming with yummy foods like browned spicy sausage, roasted sweet potatoes, eggs, and roasted Brussels sprouts. Yes, Brussels sprouts.

And unlike steamed Brussels sprouts which tend to taste bitter, these ones are sweet. That’s because they’re nicely caramelized.

And if you like it even spicier, feel free to add some hot sauce too.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 326

• Fats: 21g

• Protein: 17g

• Carbs: 19g

• Fiber: 5g

• Sugar: 4g

Recipe

27. Vegan Chickpea Curry & Basmati Rice

Vegan Chickpea Curry

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More and more of us are eating more plant-based meals. And for a good reason: eating plant-based has many health benefits.

But eating plant-based can be complicated and time-consuming. This meal prep takes the hassle out of eating plant-based.

This meal prep takes only 15 minutes to make. Yes, you read that right.

On the menu is basmati rice topped with a creamy, tasty curry sauce with chickpeas.

And since it contains a good amount of protein, this meal prep is quite filling. You won’t even miss the meat.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 417

• Fats: 14.5g

• Protein: 10g

• Carbs: 62g

• Fiber: 9g

• Sugar:

Recipe

28. Teriyaki Tofu

Teriyaki Tofu

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Looking for some more plant-based eats? Then give this tofu meal prep a try!

Now, tofu often gets a bad rap. That’s because it’s basically tasteless right out of the package.

This tofu meal prep is anything but tasteless. The tofu bites are savory, sweet, and has some heat and umami flavors; you’ll be popping them in your mouth.

To make it a meal, serve with some brown rice and steamed broccoli.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 197

• Fats: 9.5g

• Protein: 14.4g

• Carbs: 16.4g

• Fiber: .8g

• Sugar: 9.8g

Recipe

29. Black Bean Fiesta Mason Jar Salad

Black Bean Mason Jar Salad

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Looking for a good salad that doesn’t taste like rabbit food? This mason jar salad is a great option.

The black beans and quinoa make it pretty filling. And the corn, red onions, and carrots add sweetness.

While the avocados add creaminess and heart-healthy fats. Meanwhile, the purple cabbage and baby spinach add extra freshness.

And the lime jalapeno dressing is amazing. It’s sweet, tangy, savory, and has a nice heat. Perfect if you like it spicy.

Per Serving:

• Calories: 499

• Fats: 18g

• Protein: 18g

• Carbs: 74g

• Fiber:

• Sugar: 9g

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30. Maple Mustard Tempeh Bowls

Maple Mustard Tempeh Bowls

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Looking for a good vegan meal for your post-workout recovery. These tempeh bowls are a great option.

They’re packed with plant-based protein. And they don’t skimp on the fiber either.

In fact, one serving provides more than 60% of your daily fiber needs.

And the tempeh is not lacking in taste either. It’s nicely caramelized and full of flavor.

That’s because you marinate it in a maple mustard marinade. So, it’s tangy, sweet, savory, and has some heat to boot.

And the roasted Brussels sprouts are nice and sweet. All you’ll want to say is Yum!

Per Serving:

• Calories: 553

• Fats: 29g

• Protein: 23g

• Carbs: 56g

• Fiber: 16g

• Sugar: 13g

Recipe

Conclusion

Which one of these meal preps is your favorite? Share them with your family and friends!

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