It’s time to get your prep on with Weekly Meal Prep Menu: No. 6 !
Bonus: It’s Whole30-friendly
Hey there! Welcome to the Weekly Meal Prep series where each week we feature 2 entrees, 1 breakfast, 1 salad and 1 snack or treat (and sometimes, a bonus recipe). Our Weekly Meal Plan Menus are designed to serve 4 people – or fewer if you don’t mind leftovers. This won’t be enough to feed you or your family for the entire week but it’s enough to put a good dent in the week. Feel free to add additional recipes or staple items like hard-boiled eggs, fresh fruit, cut veggies, tossed green salads, salad dressings and more as your time (and energy!) allows.
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Weekly Meal Prep Menu: No. 6
BBQ Meatloaf Muffins – Dinner that’s fiercely tasty and super cute? Oh yeah! These BBQ Meatloaf muffins will please the kids and the man-folk alike. And you’ll love that they’re just 7 ingredients. We keep them Whole30-compliant by using Matty’s BBQ Sauce from Tessemae’s but if you’re not Whole30-ing feel free to use your favorite sauce.
Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili (includes Instant Pot and stovetop directions, too) – This hearty warm-you-from-the-inside chili takes just 10 minutes to prep and then 5-6 hours in the slow cooker. You can customize your level of spice by adding more jalapenos (or omitting them for a kid-friendly dish). We’ve also included directions for the Instant Pot and stovetop to give you options.
Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potato and Sausage Hash – The name is a mouthful but so is the flavor of this one-skillet breakfast hash. It’s the perfect dish for a meal prep session because it requires more chopping and cooking than most weekday mornings allow for. Fry up a few eggs while the hash reheats and you’ve got a hearty stick-with-you-all-morning breakfast in just minutes flat.
Lemon Butter Sauteed Kale with Garlic (from Physical Kitchness) – We don’t care what food trends say – kale will always be in vogue when it’s sauteed in lemon butter and garlic. This simple side pairs well with those meatloaf muffins or any roasted/baked/grilled/broiled protein like chicken, pork, beef or fish – and can even be enjoyed with scrambled eggs and a side of sliced tomato for an easy, nutrient-packed breakfast. Keep it Whole30-compliant by subbing ghee for butter.
Thai Curry Cashews (from PaleOMG) – We love anything curry and these are no exception! This week we’re featuring a savory snack that can be made Whole30-compliant by omitting the coconut sugar in the recipe. You’re gonna love these – but don’t blame us if you can’t stop nibbling on them! Portioning them into single-serve containers is a great way to put the brakes on savory snacks like nuts.
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Tips for rocking this Meal Prep Menu
- Start with a clean kitchen. Clear the counters and unload the dishwasher so you can put any dirty dishes from the sink in there.
- Turn on your favorite tunes and grab a big glass of water or fill your favorite water bottle (we love these insulated 20 0z. cruisers for staying hydrated in style!)
- Start your meal prep sesh by prepping the Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili – if you’re using the slow cooker it’s going to take 5-6 hours to cook. The stovetop and Instant Pot versions will be shorter but require more hands-on cooking time.
- While the chili cooks, preheat the oven to 350°F and start preparing the BBQ Sweet Potato Muffins according to the recipe – peeling and chopping enough sweet potatoes for the meatloaf topping and the hash (3 medium sweet potatoes).
- Switch gears to the Brussels Sprouts, Sweet Potato and Sausage Hash and prepare according to the recipe.
- Finally, make those Thai Curry Cashews and start cleaning up and packing everything in lidded containers to store in the fridge for the week ahead. You’re done!
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We often carve out time for a mid-week meal prep to carry us though the weekend. The same ‘rules’ apply here – 5 recipes and 1-2 hours max in the kitchen. Even if you can’t pull off a full prep, making just 2 recipes can go a long way toward saving your sanity in the second half of the week.
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