Sunday Meal Prep: February 21, 2016

Hey everyone! This week’s meal prep is all about keepin’ things simple 🙂 I was still not feeling all that great when I was planning for this prep (prep posts are staggered by one week, so this was last week) so I wanted to make sure that I wasn’t going to spend much time in the kitchen. I would say it was a success!

This prep took around 3 – 3.5 hrs of active cooking, so not too bad at all 🙂

Meal Prep

Pulled pork, sausage and veggie stir fry, chicken curry, mason jar salads
Our main meals
cookie dough protein bites, sweet potato banana bites, grapes and cheese, healthy snacks
Snacks and treats


Two main dishes for this week, other than more Pulled Pork for Draz: Slow Simmered Curried Chicken and Skillet Sausage and Veggies. Both of these turned out delicious!

The Curried Chicken is from the Easy Asian Recipes cookbook. I love this book! (Not an affiliate link)

The Skillet Sausage and Veggies is from the Taste of Home Everyday Slow Cooker & One Dish Recipes 2008 cookbook, another cookbook I really love! (Again, not an affiliate link) However, the recipe below is based on the recipe I used this week. Enjoy!

Sausage Pepper and Cabbage recipe

I did also spend a little bit of time this week playing around with styling for food photography. What do you think?

That’s it for this week! What did you prep this week? I would love to hear your thoughts, so please leave a comment below!

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Want to get started meal prepping yourself? Check out these posts for my top tips and my staple recipes!

Need some extra inspiration? Check out last week’s meal prep for other recipes and ideas!


5 thoughts on “Sunday Meal Prep: February 21, 2016

  1. I really need to prep because my life is crazy during the week! I often make unhealthy choices because I’m too tired to cook. Any tips on getting started?

    1. That is the main reason I started! Prepping really helps me keep my eating on track throughout the week, plus gives my time to work on my other projects instead of worrying about cooking 🙂 I do have a Meal Prep 101 post that gives most of my basic tips if you want to check that out! I would suggest with starting with recipes you are familiar with and to start slow. It can make things easier if you make recipes that have overlapping ingredients as well, so you can get them ready all at the same time.

        1. Great! If you have any questions, I will be happy to answer them! Meal prep has quite literally changed the way I live my life in a very positive way ?

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