10 MINUTE MEALS – Easy Meal Prep Ideas



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45 thoughts on “10 MINUTE MEALS – Easy Meal Prep Ideas

  1. What style of meal prepping helps you most? Prepping more? Less? Every meal? Only one meal? Recipes? No recipes?

  2. Take The Time To Relax March 14, 2020 at 9:05 pm - Reply

    GOOD MORNING THANKS FOR THE VIDEO I WILL BE MAKING THESE DISHES THE FIRST ONE WILL BE THE SALMON!! HAVE A GREAT DAY 💐

  3. Ahhhhh. My favorite video in a long time! This is great and I totally relate with this style! I still need to finish walk prep ignite from when I was pregnant. After baby came I took a “break” and she just turned one year 🤦‍♀️ anyway, I now in need of faster dinner options and this came at the perfect time! I definitely struggle with “leftover style” to be my go to, since I actually enjoy cooking, but with time constraints and lots of people to feed, it can be too stressful and it takes away some joy. I’m looking forward to putting your tips into practice this coming week! Thanks for all you do!

  4. This is the perfect meal prep that I've been searching for. Thanks for giving us the basics on this method. Please do more videos with this type of 'minimal' meal-prepping.

  5. Caring about how you buy your veggies and limiting your use of plastic does not mean you value that over your own health. If anything, it means you've mastered valuing BOTH. No excuses.

  6. When are you going to be opening your Kitchen Confidence Course? I will be able to enroll in August 2020. I hope you have a class available then.

  7. I hear you on the plastic commentary, but eating foods in plastic packaging can also disrupt your hormones and actually isn't good for your health.

  8. I love the way you present meal prep! This style of meal prep really works for me and produces food that I will actually WANT to eat (individual Tupperware meals are just not appetizing for me 🤢) Confidence in the kitchen is everything! The more you practice and try things out the easier it becomes and not needing a recipe allows you to get creative!

  9. THANK YOU! It is so good to know that you can get your own confidence and knowledge in how to make cook things together, thereby allowing you to make YOUR meal preps YOUR WAY. I wish I could enroll in your course. Great video!

  10. My biggest problem is I get free food at work and just have to do my best to make sure what I eat isn't just terrible these would make dinners much easier

  11. thevegan_diaries March 14, 2020 at 9:05 pm - Reply

    What a great informative video, seriously. Thank you for taking the time to go into detail and explain things!

  12. Hi Alyssia your hair fire red suits you soo much 😍 great informative video.. I never considered to buy pre cut veggies.. Maybe I should check the prices at my local supermarket. Onions would be great as my eyes burn each time 😂

  13. omg – i thought those Trader Joes fire-roasted bellpeppers had been discontinued! I can't find anywhere, at least in the Traders Joes around me

  14. It’s all well and good to prioritize health, but the truth of the matter is that a healthy body & mind don’t matter much if we don’t have a planet that’s liveable. I think it’s irresponsible for people with a large platform to spread the idea that using plastics are ok because “everyone is doing their best”. We are not doing our best or the planet would not be in such terrible condition. I love your content and recipes but please be cautious about the ideas you preach to your followers. Some of us have children that we would like to leave with a healthy and sustainable planet.

  15. The Tae Kwon Doe March 14, 2020 at 9:05 pm - Reply

    This is a weird video. Normally the editing is great, but the beginning when you're talking with the sudden change in zoom ins/zoom outs is pretty distracting. Also sad that you have to sit there and go over a plastic/not plastic spiel.

  16. Hey Alyssia, could you please do a meal prep for a low FODMAP diet or just meals that are low FODMAP friendly?! Or even do a video on all the best foods for gut health and some meal ideas

  17. I went a full circle with meal prep myself. These days, my prep ends with chopping and prepping some staples but for the most part cook and assemble the day of. I love more of inspirational types of videos like you and The Domestic Geek put out.

  18. This is exactly how I 'meal prep' and have been doing it for years. Having bulk carbs, protein, and fat on had allows me variety AND convenience throughout the week to make whatever I want. Thanks for the recipes!

  19. When will the class open? I've been on the list for a while. I love your cooking. I work fulltime with a husband who is picky. I need these skills. Linda

  20. I’m having to give myself the “ do the best you can” talk a lot this week. My fiancé and I usually cook our lunches for the week from scratch. I try to avoid most premade prepackaged foods. However, when in the middle of a kitchen remodel, we did the best we could. We resorted to many of the things I tend to avoid.

  21. You are absolutely right. The confidence and knowing quick tips in the kitchen by heart is just as or more important than recipes and protocols for eating healthy throughout the week.

  22. The Five Dollar Jewelry Lady March 14, 2020 at 9:05 pm - Reply

    Am I the only person that finds the TJs Taco seasoning spicy? I made taco bowls yesterday seasoned with it and it was so spicy I couldn't finish it. Since it was mentioned in this video I thought I would ask.

  23. Loved this video (but being honest, I don’t think you could ever make a bad video). Might attempt to make some of these for my fiancé.
    Rice is my FAVORITE thing. You can totally make a big pot of it and use it for about 3-4 days.

  24. Audrey Masliansky March 14, 2020 at 9:05 pm - Reply

    Thank you for this Alyssia! I really need this sine my schedule for the next couple of months will be insane.

  25. What worked for me the past couple weeks is Monday I make something like spaghetti Siri ground turkey. After I brown it I put half the meat in the fridge. Then the next night I use that for taco bowls adding canned tomatoes and taco seasoning. The rest of the week is 12+ hour days so that’s my lunch and dinners. I’m still working on it

  26. In regards to your small discussion about plastic: I agree with you. However, I would like to suggest to you, asking the grocery store(s) you shop at, to reduce THEIR plastic waste. Or even simply, try shopping at a local food market!

  27. What vegan options would you substitute for the proteins in the four dishes you showed us? The only thing that came up in my head is tofu 😅 Love your videos! 👍✨

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