This $100 Budget Meal Prep was definitely challenge, but I have put together a whole weeks worth (Monday to Friday) of food for two! If you’ve been following me for awhile now, you may have seen my popular Meal Prep Guide for Beginners guide. Today I’m sharing something similar, but with a little bit of a twist! I think you guys are going to love these recipes I have rounded up here!
There are so many quick on the go breakfast options like overnight oats, chia pudding, green smoothie and the list goes on. But sometimes (especially in the fall or winter) you just want a breakfast that is comforting and warming like a bowl of creamy oatmeal right?
A roasted flavourful and smooth golden butternut squash soup topped with crispy chickpea croutons and cheesy kale chips.
Combine ingredients in a large bowl. Toss all the ingredients together, and top with your favourite salad dressing!
These sweet and perfectly spiced carrot cake muffins are made in one easy bowl and are healthy enough to eat for breakfast or an afternoon snack!
A simple chopped greek inspired salad packed with plant based protein from chickpeas, tossed on top of romaine with a simple seasoned vinaigrette. I kept things even simpler and within budget my omitting the chickpeas and olives.
This roasted chicken pairs well with the greek salad recipe for an easy, quick dinner! Good quality spices really add to the flavour when they are roasting.
5 chicken breasts
9 chicken thighs
For chicken breasts:
1 lemon zested
2-3 tsp Za’atar or italian spices
Sea salt and black pepper to taste
For chicken thighs:
1/2 tsp curry powder
1/2 tsp garam masala
Sea salt and pepper to taste
Pre-heat oven to 400°F. Lay the chicken breasts and thighs out on a sheet pan. I like to use parchment paper so that it is easy to clean up afterwards. Drizzle olive oil over the meat, then add spices, salt and pepper.
Bake for 40 min, turning them half way through until golden and cooked through.
This Creamy Chickpea Curry cooked in a tomato coconut base is so flavourful and hearty! All it takes is one pot and it’s ready in 10 minutes.
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