18 Delicious & Healthy Make in Advance Meals And Snacks You Can Eat All Week Long

18 Delicious & Healthy Make in Advance Meals And Snacks You Can Eat All Week Long

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1. Make a few variations of mason jar oatmeal and store them in your fridge

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Grab the recipe for eight delicious oatmeal variations here.

2. Make some seriously tasty date bread and fruit kebabs

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 Why not pre-cut and refrigerate all the pieces of fruit and bread for easy skewering each morning.  Check out some recipes here.

3. Prepare and freeze a batch of breakfast sandwiches for easy reheating

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Flying on Jess Fuel / Via jessfuel.com

Cooked rolls/sandwiches make for a delicious breakfast – they’re also good fuel to keep you full until lunchtime as they have a good balance of proteins, fats and a bit of carbs.  Check out some recipes here.

5. Cook and then freeze this nomtastic bacon and asparagus quiche

Lisa from OnceAMonthMeals.com / Via onceamonthmeals.com

Lisa from OnceAMonthMeals.com / Via onceamonthmeals.com

Once you’ve cooked the quiche it’s a good idea to pre-slice some portions so it’s easier to reheat.  Have a look at the source recipe here.

5. Some breakfast bowls that won’t break the bank

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Budget Bytes / Via budgetbytes.com

Five days of yummy breakfasts.  Get the recipe here.

6. Bake some quinoa breakfast bars to eat on the road

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Lindsay Livingston, RD / Via theleangreenbean.com

Great if you’re running late in the morning.  bake these quinoa bars then cut them into bars.  Stash them away in the fridge and they’ll be good for a week. Check the recipe here.

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7. Five delicious and healthy salads that will stay fresh all week

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Jenny Sugar for PopSugar Fitness / Via popsugar.com

An economical lunch solution which contains 11 ingredients.  Find out what you need here.

8. Vegetable and grilled chicken boxes

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Jenny Flake at Picky Palate / Via picky-palate.com

Extremely healthy and tasty lunches consisting of chicken, brown rice, cauliflower, roasted corn and haricot vert.  Grab the recipe here.

9. Freezable tuna salad sandwiches

Lisa @ onceamonthmeals.com / Via onceamonthmeals.com

Lisa @ onceamonthmeals.com / Via onceamonthmeals.com

Create a batch then wrap each one of them in plastic.  Leave them in the freezer then eave one in the fridge the night before you intend to eat one. Check the recipe here.

10. Recreate the iconic ProteinBistro Box from Starbucks

Amanda Plott at The Skinny Fork / Via theskinnyfork.com

Amanda Plott at The Skinny Fork / Via theskinnyfork.com

This version has a little extra protein for extra nutrition.  Find the recipe here.

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11. Cheese, green chile and creamy spinach enchilada platter

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twopeasandtheirpod.com

Make these enchiladas as a batch, refrigerate then reheat individual or multiple pieces in the microwave depending on how hungry you are.  Grab the recipe here.

12. Prepare and baggy store these near instant stir fry meals

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Emma Christensen / Via thekitchn.com

The step by step guide for these meals can be found here.

13. Mason jar burrito bowl salads

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Strictly Delicious / Via strictlydelicious.com

Tasty and healthy with quinoa and Greek yogurt.  Recipe here.

14. Chipotle chicken chile. YUM!!!

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The Pioneer Woman / Via thepioneerwoman.com

Make a big batch then freeze in plastic containers / bags to reheat throughout the week.  Here is the recipe.

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15. DIY oatmeal cups to cook and freeze

Cupcakes and Kale Chips / Via cupcakesandkalechips.com

Cupcakes and Kale Chips / Via cupcakesandkalechips.com

This is a tasty snack and you can add whatever healthy toppings you like.  Recipe can be found here.

16. Crispy courgette (zucchini) chips

Julie / Via tablefortwoblog.com

Julie / Via tablefortwoblog.com

To make them extra thin and crispy it is recommended you use a mandoline vegetable slicer.  Recipe here.

17. Pecan, cranberry and orange granola

Amy’s Healthy Baking / Via amyshealthybaking.com

Amy’s Healthy Baking / Via amyshealthybaking.com

This healthy snack recipe makes eight servings.  If you seal it in an airtight container it will stay fresh and edible for up to two weeks.

18.  Healthy snack bin for those on the move

Kelly at New Leaf Wellness / Via newleafwellness.biz

Kelly at New Leaf Wellness / Via newleafwellness.biz

Ideal for the whole family.  Great for grabbing when you’ve got to rush out the door.  Check out some recipes here.

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