Healthy Meal Prep Recipes means cutting out the junk from your diet and adding wholesome food to your diet. You simply prep your recipes over the weekend, refrigerate them or freeze them to enjoy over the entire week.
Meaning, you don’t have to waste time creating healthy recipes after a tiring, busy day. It also means you won’t have to order in junk because you don’t have the energy to give your ‘A’ game in the kitchen.
There’re tons of healthy meal prep recipes on the internet, so what’s great about my meal prep recipe?
I up the flavor meter in all my recipes.
My healthy meal prep recipes aren’t just crazy healthy; they are also delicious and also so easy to create.
In this meal prep recipe, I’m making Turkey Kafta kababs, pan-roasted glazed carrots with couscous salad. So, if you’re ready to impress the girls with some seriously healthy meal prep recipes, then you gotta try this one!
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Ground turkey recipes
The good thing about turkey is that it’s more flavorful than chicken. For my ground turkey recipes, I prefer to your ground turkey thigh. Because again, flavor! You can also use ground breast turkey or ground chicken breast in this recipe.
This is one of the best healthy ground turkey recipes out there right now! I’m not saying this because it’s my recipe. But this recipe won us $18,000 at Guy’s Grocery Games on the Food Network.
The kafta kababs are pretty easy to make. Dump in the ingredients to your bowl of ground turkey. And mix it all up. Next, wet your hands and start making your kababs. Wetting your hands prevents the kababs from clinging to your hands and creating a mess for you. Finish them by frying them in a cast-iron pan in two batches.
Glazed Carrots with Couscous Salad
My glazed carrots and couscous salad both, in this healthy meal prep recipe, have a bit of a sour and sweet taste. For glazed carrots, you can either use full-sized carrots or the frozen mini-carrots. Totally depends on what you like and what’s easily available to you.
Couscous salad is also easy to prepare. You can easily create the entire salad in one bowl! I started off the couscous by adding boiling water to the couscous in the dish with some salt. Next, I covered it up with a lid and left it for seven minutes. The water cooked the couscous, leaving behind a fluffy couscous.
The rest is easy. Add in the rest of the ingredients and enjoy your glazed carrots with couscous salad and ground turkey kababs.