The thought of eating a meal out when you’re new to tracking macros, can seem a little daunting and overwhelming.
We all have our favorite item of produce that for parts of the year have us re-working the grocery budget. Each season has its own unique yields and by eating with the seasons you’ll not only get more variety but for less!
Here are some easy ways to streamline meal prep for yourself and anyone else you might need to feed!
Lean meat is awesome because it’s high in protein with a low fat content, making it an essential staple in any meat-eaters diet. Its strength may also be its downfall: lean meat is easy to overcook and under-season.
When you have kids, back to school lunches often turn from meal-prep for one into meal-prep for many.
Oh, cauliflower, how you make flexible dieting so much easier.
Some people just don’t enjoy vegetables that much, which makes it hard to prioritize including them in every meal. In the name of all things good and healthy, you gotta eat em’.
Some culinary throwbacks should stick to being a memory (looking at you, jello salads!), but the resurgence of the slow cooker is one that is worth celebrating.
We compiled some of our favorite cookbooks and online resources to help keep things fresh in the kitchen! All of these resources list nutritional values to give you a rough estimate of what the macros per serving are.
Let's get brutally honest here…as summer hits full swing the desire to eat ice cream generally goes up and the urge to cook meals generally goes down.