Weekly Food Prep Creates Healthier, Faster, and Easier Meals

A day filled with too many activities, too many people and too many places can make meal-making an additional chore. Many people feel exhausted and hungry by the end the day. You don’t have to be stressed or lack of time. There are many ways to make this easier. Weekly meal prep will help you get organized for your meal times and allow you to eat healthier. A weekly MyPrep Delivery can be fun for your family and friends!

Decide on the best day for planning your meals for the week. Once you have established your menu and selected the ingredients you will be ready to head to the supermarket. I like to split my meal prep between fruits, vegetables, meats. Here’s a sample of a weekly meal plan, and how to incorporate it into your meals. An average weekly meal prep takes about 1.5 hours.



Mandarin oranges, light fruit juice

Pineapple tidbits, in own juices

Bananas, 2-3

Grapes, whether green or red, can be seedless

Orange juice low in sugar

Prep Drain canned fruits, and then pour into a large glass container. Add grapes and chopped bananas. You should pour enough low sugar orange juice to cover the fruit so it doesn’t brown. Keep it in the refrigerator. You can take out a cup with you each time you want to use the measuring cup. A second option is to put the fruit in one-cup plastic containers, and then keep it stacked in the fridge.

Service Ideas:

It can also be used to make a tasty fruit mix. You can mix it with cottage cheese, add it to your cereal, or use it in a smoothie. You can vary your mixed fruit mix every week to make it more interesting.

Ideas for

Fluffy Fruit Salad

20 oz. can of pineapple tidbits packaged in their own juices

11 oz. 1 oz.

8 oz. 8 oz.

24 oz. fat-free cottage cheese

1 box fat-free, sugar-free orange gelatin

Take the mandarin oranges out of the pineapple and place them in a large bowl. 1 cup = 1 fruit and 1 dairy.

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