9 Ways Food Bloggers Tackle Meal Prep Before a Busy Week

by Catherine Conelly
Aug 7, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. ET

Prepping your meals ahead can save you loads of time (and stress!) during the week. Take these meal prep tips from food bloggers for a delicious, stress-free week.  

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1/9 :Oatmeal cups

Baked oatmeal cups are easy to make, and you can customize with the fruit of your choice. Thank Confessions of a Fit Foodie for this recipe.

2 /9: Freezer breakfast burritos

2/9 :Freezer breakfast burritos

These freezer burritos from Damn Delicious are, well, delicious. And you'll start your day with protein and veggies.

3 /9: Overnight oats

3/9 :Overnight oats

A little milk and yogurt go a long way in this recipe from Chocolate Covered Katie.

4 /9: Greek chicken bowl

4/9 :Greek chicken bowl

One of the easiest things to make ahead for lunch is, you guessed it, chicken. Rachael at Easy Peasy Mealz recommends these Greek chicken bowls.

5 /9: Pesto chicken & veggie pita pockets

5/9 :Pesto chicken & veggie pita pockets

You can roast the veggies and the chicken on one sheet pan thanks to this recipe from Sweat Peas and Saffron.

6 /9: Turkey taco lunch bowls

6/9 :Turkey taco lunch bowls

Shake up your chicken meal prep with these turkey taco bowls, also created by Sweat Peas and Saffron.

7 /9: Chicken-sweet potato feast

7/9 :Chicken-sweet potato feast

These spicy chicken bowls by Lindsay at Pinch of Yum are great for dinner meal prep. You can add sliced avocado for another fresh touch.

8 /9: Roasted veggies & chicken

8/9 :Roasted veggies & chicken

Also a one-sheet-pan recipe, these roasted chicken bowls are easy to make in bulk to save time throughout the week.

9 /9: Sriracha meatballs

9/9 :Sriracha meatballs

Sweet and spicy come together to make magic in these honey-glazed Sriracha meatballs by Eat Yourself Skinny.