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Although frittatas are typically reserved for breakfast, who’s to say that you can’t have them for lunch or dinner. You can meal prep this frittata and salad combo any meal!Yum! Read More!
Here we have an MBMK classic. It's turkey dirty rice with steamed broccoli. This is a hearty, spicy and flavorful meal that will definitely hit the spot. If you do not eat meat, try using a plant-based protein source like tofu or beans in place of the ground turkey.Yum! Read More!
Check out this super easy and ridiculously tasty vegan fajita bowl with black beans, cilantro lime jalapeno rice and bell peppers.Yum! Read More!
We're having potatoes for meal prep! What do you like to have with your potatoes? Try this meal of herb roasted potatoes with ground turkey and string beans. It will hit the spot.Yum! Read More!
Check out this colorful meal! We think we have all the colors covered. Red/purple from the pomegranate and onions, green from the string beans and broccoli and yellow from the sweet potatoes. Be sure to take a look at the post accompanying the salad recipe to learn more about the benefits of red in our food.Yum! Read More!
We’re trying to make the most out of the fruits and vegetables that are in season during the fall. For this meal prep we’re featuring a few fall vegetables including sweet potatoes, fennel and Swiss chard. This is one hearty meal. What do you think?Yum! Read More!
Who’s hungry for fall dishes? Kick off your fall meal prep with these simple satisfying flavors : quinoa with roasted butternut squash, baked chicken and sauteed spinach. Your taste buds will thank you.Yum! Read More!
The star of this meal prep is the Chipotle Garlic Collard Greens! The smokiness of the chipotle works so well with the Roasted Sweet Potatoes and #Basic Baked Chicken. As with many of our meals, this one is gluten free.Yum! Read More!
We had Thanksgiving on our minds when we put this meal prep together; it's like a healthy Thanksgiving dinner teaser. Here we have our green bean almondine with a savory jalapeno coconut corn bread and baked chicken (instead of a turkey). What do you think? This entire meal is gluten free.Yum! Read More!
Who's in the mood for Italian? Check out this high-protein, gluten free, Italian inspired meal prep. We fell in love with the Banza chick pea pasta ever since we first used it for our Tomato Basil Pasta dish. We've also got some garlic roasted broccoli with Parmesan cheese and turkey spinach meatballs. Try this meal and let us know what you think!Yum! Read More!
We have a bit of an Asian theme going here with this meal prep. Skip takeout and try our lower-calorie version of orange chicken with some sauteed bok choy.Yum! Read More!
Another yummy meal prep! Dandelion greens are one of our new favorite leafy vegetables and here we’re having it with red rice and our chicken and veggies in a white wine sauce (the veggies not shown). Keep an eye out for our upcoming post on the nutritional benefits of red rice.Yum! Read More!
More curry with greens for meal prep! Here we have salmon curry, sauteed broccoli rabe (raab) and brown rice. If you like curry and vegetables, you may also like this other meal in our Meal Prep Gallery.Yum! Read More!
Cajun cuisine is a product of the French Acadian people who were deported from Canada by the British to Louisiana’s Acadiana region. You will find many vegetables in the Cajun cuisine, but celery, onion and bell peppers are considered to be the Holy Trinity in Cajun dishes. Although there is no specific seasoning blend used in Cajun cuisine, many times cayenne pepper and black pepper are found in Cajun seasoning blends, even though Cajun food isn’t necessarily very spicy.Yum! Read More!
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We're surprised it has taken so long for this meal suggestion to make it into the meal prep gallery: A variation of this vegetable rice with a teaspoon of grated fresh ginger, baked chicken & steamed broccoli. This is a very satisfying and balanced meal, so go ahead and try it today! This meal is gluten-free!Yum! Read More!
Here we have some of our favorite and simplest recipes in this meal prep suggestion: Spiced whipped yams, baked chicken & steamed broccoli. This is a very satisfying and balanced meal, so go ahead and try it today! This meal is gluten-free!Yum! Read More!
Have you considered soup for meal prep? Well you should! A hearty soup is basically a one-pot meal. Here we have our Two-Bean Quinoa Fennel Minestrone with a salad made with spinach, tomatoes, avocado, pecans and a boiled egg tossed in lemon juice, olive oil, salt and black pepper.Yum! Read More!
This meal features a roasted radicchio & wild rice salad which is crammed with tons of Spring flavors including pineapple, peas and radicchio. We also have our basic baked chicken and our MBMK steamed broccoli.Yum! Read More!
Let's make it quick...but tasty! For this meal prep we have yellow rice with red bell peppers, alongside rosemary lemon chicken and steamed spinach. To make the spinach, we used the same ingredients as our garlic sautéed spinach (the substitute minced garlic for about 1/4 tsp of garlic powder); instead of sauteing the spinach, we steamed it then tossed it in the remaining ingredients. The rosemary chicken recipe has not been posted just yet but in its place, try our baked chicken. Check out the recipes of these dishes to see the nutrition information.Yum! Read More!
Check out this tasty meal prep suggestion. In this meal we have our very colorful turkey dirty rice along with a side of our sauteed spinach and mashed steamed butternut squash & calabaza. Check out the recipes of these dishes to see the nutrition information.Yum! Read More!
Here is some more meal prep inspiration! We've prepared a simple rice and kidneys dish (similar to our carrots, rice and beans recipe) along with steamed broccoli and a quick and tasty sauteed chicken breast and peppers dish. This chicken breast dish takes less 30 minutes to prepare and cook. This entire meal is gluten-free.Yum! Read More!
Here we have our very popular turkey meatloaf alongside creamed cauliflower and garlic string beans. The cauliflower dish a great low-carb substitute for mashed potatoes; it's creamy, guilt-free goodness!Yum! Read More!
Don't let its visual simplicity fool you; this meal is yummy! We only added some garlic powder and a little olive oil to the brown rice because the main attraction--the salmon--is full of flavor! For our greens we have some steamed broccoli. When baking salmon it's very important not to overcook it. After adding the jerk seasoning, we baked the salmon for about 20 minutes at 400 degrees F.Yum! Read More!
Here's another quick meal prep idea you can use if you're in a rush. In this meal we have chunks of chicken breast sauted in coconut oil, cayenne pepper, salt, pepper, paprika and garlic powder; brown rice with green onions, corn and green peas lightly sauteed in a pinch of olive oil; steamed broccoli. By cutting up the breast into chunks, you create a larger surface area for the spices to cover the meat. The result: More flavor in each bite! The coconut oil also adds a great flavor to the chicken.Yum! Read More!
The pineapple jalapeno cilantro rice is one of our favourite rice dishes on the site. It's so yummy! For this meal prep we also added our perfectly steamed broccoli (MBMK style) and baked breaded chicken.Yum! Read More!
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Spaghetti squash is a yummy low carb alternative to regular spaghetti. For this meal prep we tossed the roasted spaghetti squash in a little olive oil, salt and pepper, and served it with turkey meatballs and broccoli MBMK style.Yum! Read More!
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Simple and colorful meal prep! Baked, lemon tilapia with steamed broccoli and brown rice with sauteed peppers and green onions.Yum! Read More!
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