When it comes to meal prep, my Instant Pot is a total hero! I love using it to bulk prep ingredients, but you can also make full meals in it to eat through the week. Today I’m sharing four delicious Instant Pot recipes that work great for meal prep!
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1) Instant Pot Fiesta Rice Bowls- https://sweetpeasandsaffron.com/instant-pot-fiesta-rice-bowls/
2) Instant Pot Spicy Peanut Noodles- https://sweetpeasandsaffron.com/spicy-instant-pot-peanut-noodles/
3) Instant Pot Cajun Rice & Sausage- https://sweetpeasandsaffron.com/instant-pot-cajun-rice-and-sausage/
4) Instant Pot Chickpea Curry- https://sweetpeasandsaffron.com/instant-pot-chickpea-curry/
* 6 quart Instant Pot https://amzn.to/2Znox8U
* 8 quart Instant Pot https://amzn.to/2YsarTh
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* Snapware meal prep containers- https://amzn.to/31XrWco
I hope this inspires you to bust out your Instant Pot! Let me know if you have any questions.
Happy meal prepping!
4 Instant Pot Meal Prep Recipes
Tips To Live A Nutritional But Pleasurable Lifestyle
In a perfect world, nutrition would be easy to understand and apply to your diet. It can be hard to know what to do because there is so much information available. Follow the tips provided here to minimize the confusion and incorporate simple, good eating habits into your life.
Any healthy diet includes riboflavin. The body uses it to get energy from protein, fat and carbohydrates. It also has a part in the body’s metabolism and iron transportation. Riboflavin can be found in dairy products, as well as whole and enriched grain products.
If you travel a lot, carry a few protein bars or high protein snacks with you. It’s hard to find decent meals in airports. You are either busy going through security, sitting around for boarding to start or stuck on a flight with no meals served. That’s why it’s important to have your own source of nutrition handy to avoid starving before you can land and get a proper meal.
You should eat many different kinds of protein each week. Meats and fish are great ways to inject protein into your diet. Also ensure you are including eggs into your diet. Studies show that eating a single egg every day is not likely to adversely impact your health. Try eating a meal without meat once weekly. Instead of meat, use peanut butter, seeds, nuts, peas and beans in your meals.
Don’t forget your broccoli. One of the most beneficial super foods out there, one serving has your daily dosage of vitamin K. In addition, broccoli contains enough Vitamin C to supply your body for two days. These nutrients help your bones stay strong and may reduce some cancer risks. Steam broccoli instead of boiling or microwaving it. This provides the best nutritional value.
Reading was the easy part! Putting into practice what you have learned will take a little more effort but be well worth the energy spent and even give you more energy in the long run. You have taken the initial steps necessary to begin positive changes in your consumption habits and once you put them into action you will be much happier and healthier for it!