If you’re looking for an easy, protein packed, one pan meal to have on rotation each week, you’re in the right place! These lettuce wraps are perfect for lunch or dinner, and a great recipe to double for meal prep!
My idea of “comfort food” looks like an extra large pot of piping hot chicken noodle soup, loaded with all the fresh veggies, on a cold rainy Sunday. This recipe is far from difficult and is a staple for meal prep in the colder months!
If I could recommend one protein due to its nutrition profile, it would be salmon. An incredible source of protein, heart health omega-3s, and loaded with B-vitamins. These teriyaki salmon bowls make cooking this nutrient dense fish a little less intimidating so that you can reap all the benefits!
One Bowl Whole Wheat Banana Bread
One of those, throw everything into a bowl and call it a meal, types of recipe (my personal favorite). This pasta salad is perfect for those of you looking for ways to eat more veggies, but are sick salads!
When I’m sick of the same oatmeal for breakfast, this is the recipe I go back to without fail every single time. This granola is so easy to make and can be customized to your preferences or cravings, perfect for when you need a little something sweet and energizing!
The perfect slightly sweet fall recipe that’s also high in fiber to satisfy your hunger. The beauty of these baked apples is that they really can be enjoyed any time of day!
These brownies may be gluten free, but they are by no means lacking in sugar and decadence. The perfect easy dessert for your next get together or for when you’re in need of a little something sweet post dinner.
You guys this is single handedly one of the best ways to get your micronutrients and fiber in if you’re a picky eater, sick of veggies, or just want an easy staple meal to add to your rotation.