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How to make healthy food for your busy week
How to make healthy food for your busy week

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How to make healthy food for your busy week!

For most of us, cooking healthy meals from scratch every day seems like an impossible task.


With work, kids, family, friends, and all the other obligations that take up our time, it can be hard even to find time to order takeout, let alone chop, cook, and clean up after a homemade meal. 


However, there are some things you can do to make healthy eating more feasible. Planning ahead is key - make time on the weekends to prepare meals for the week or invest in a slow cooker or Instant Pot to make cooking easier and faster.


You can also look for easy recipes that don't require a lot of ingredients or steps. And finally, don't be afraid to ask for help from family and friends - they can pitch in with cooking, cleaning, or just provide moral support when you're feeling overwhelmed.



1. Chop everything!

When you have the time to prep your ingredients, it'll make it a lot easier to just grab and use them when you're in a hurry and don't have time to chop, clean, and cook. 


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2. Have a plan without sticking to a meal plan.


It can be difficult to stick to a meal plan when you're busy, but it's important to have a plan nonetheless. It takes a lot of mental energy to think more than a few days in advance, and sometimes it feels impossible to predict what will sound good to you when that day comes. But having a plan gives you a framework to fall back on when you're feeling overwhelmed or undecided.



3. Get Organized!


If you want to be successful in meal prepping, you need to get organized. Having a well-organized kitchen, pantry, and fridge makes menu planning, grocery shopping, and meal prep a lot easier because you'll know exactly what ingredients and tools you have on hand.


There's no one right way to organize your meal prep spaces. As long as it's a system that works for you, it will work.



4. Try Batch Cooking.


You can try cooking entire meals with multiple servings all at once - that'll give you access to multiple meals over the span of several weeks. This cooking method is called batch cooking, and it works best with recipes that can be frozen and reheated without losing taste or quality. Some examples of dishes that don't work well for batch cooking include raw salads, egg-based salads or sauces, and cheesy casseroles.