Whole30 Meal Prep

I had the chance to meal prep with my mom this weekend.  It’s always great when you can prep with someone else because then when you make a big dish it’s not going to go to waste.

This week we prepped lasagna, egg roll in a bowl, and I created my own breakfast casserole.

Who knew you could have lasagna on Whole30… right? And let me go ahead and throw it out there, it is AH-MAZING!!!  We found the recipe right here: http://teacherpop.org/2016/03/teach-eat-repeat-recipe-whole30-lasagna/.  We did 1.5 pounds of meat, so we actually needed 2 cans of tomato sauce. My mom doesn’t care for spinach, so we left it off on her side, but I added it to mine.


I know you just read the recipe and you are thinking “cashew cream?”… right? It legit is the consistency of ricotta cheese… Don’t knock it ’til you try it.

Then we made egg roll in a bowl, which is super duper easy to make!  We also roasted a pan of yellow potatoes and onions, so I added that as a side. Here is the recipe I followed for the egg roll in a bowl http://www.mostlyhomemademom.com/2014/07/eggroll-in-bowl.html.


The last thing I prepped was my breakfast casserole.  Totally just threw stuff together and it turned out really good.  I chopped 3 sweet potatoes and roasted them for about 25-30 minutes to get them soft.  I then added Whole30 compliant sausage that I cut into round circles, I added chopped spinach (left over from the lasagna), and 12 eggs that I whisked together.  Oh and we had some cashew cream left over, so I threw that in too!

 

I hope you try some of these recipes and absolutely love them! Don’t be afraid to try new things!!!

 

 

❤ Britt

Weekly Meal Prep

Every single Sunday I meal prep for the week. Meal prepping looks differently for everyone, but for me I prep all of my meals on Sunday.

I know that when I get home at night from working all day the last thing I want to do is cook. Heat and eat is so my thing!

I prep a breakfast option for the week and then two meals that I can use for lunch and dinner. Snacks for me are super simple like an apple and cashews.

Here’s what my weekly grocery hauls look like.
I’ve decided instead of retyping other people’s recipes I will just start sharing my photos of the meal and adding the link to where I found the recipe… give credit where credit is due.

Breakfast this week was Paleo Breakfast Casserole by The Paleo Running Momma and mans oh man is it yummy! It was a good switch up from my usual egg cups.

To save time I purchased brussel sprouts and sweet potatoes that were already chopped.

http://www.paleorunningmomma.com/paleo-breakfast-casserole-whole30/

Lunch and dinner options were Chicken Enchilada Casserole and Almost 5 Ingredient Pizza Spaghetti Pie. I’m currently following the Whole30 eating plan, so I didn’t use cheese. For all my 21 Day Fixers out there I would say for the enchiladas it would be great with cheese and also with corn tortillas or even a bowl of rice or beans to go along with it. The spaghetti pie is amazing without cheese, but if you are a cheese lover go ahead and add it, if you are not following Whole30 of course.

For the enchiladas I used a rotisserie chicken and just shredded the chicken to save time. http://swisspaleo.ch/chicken-enchilada-casserole/

I added some Whole30 compliant pepperoni and mushrooms to my spaghetti pie. The pepperonis look burnt, but I promise they aren’t! http://paleomg.com/almost-5-ingredient-pizza-spaghetti-pie/

Once my meals are done I go ahead and portion them out into Tupperware bowls, this way I can just grab and go!

Happy meal prepping y’all!
❤Britt