Welcome back everyone, and thank you for checking out my meal prep for this week.
Last week I did foil packets using shrimp and turkey sausage; it was so good, quick, and easy that I decided to do it again for this week. For this week, I have chicken, rutabaga and green bean foil packets, and a shrimp and tofu stir fry with eggrolls. I also decided to make a breakfast dish this time – mushroom and spinach breakfast cups. Continue reading →
Welcome back everyone for another week of meal prep! I was not sure at all what to make for this week, but I knew I wanted it to be something easy and quick. I got my ideas from Pinterest, as usual, but had to put my own spin on it for it to fit into my low-carb meal plan. So I have the two following main dishes , and then the rest for snacks and breakfast. Continue reading →
As usual, I scoured Pinterest to get some help with finding new and creative recipes for this week. I thought I’d try a lasagna-stuffed spaghetti squash, but of course I had to make it like my own. I also had a pack of ahi-tuna that had been in the freezer for maybe two or three months, and decided to do something with it, so I decided to pan-sear it, like this recipe I found on AllRecipes, another favorite cooking site of mine, but wanted to give it some great flavor with sweet chili sauce. Continue reading →
I was sitting across from my doctor, trying to think of something clever to say. I had just happily told her that I made some sugar-free cheesecake brownies for dessert, and how good they were. I thought she’d be happy, but her response was, “Wait, hold up…you did what, now?” Continue reading →
I typically make two big meals, so I have some variety during the week, and then change up the snacks that I have.
I found this great recipe on Pinterest for one-pan balsamic chicken and veggies, but as usual I make my stuff slightly different. I used a mix of peppers, onions, and broccoli, with chicken breast and turkey sausage. The veggies came from the frozen section at the dollar store. Continue reading →