Watch me make meals for my family for the next 2 days AND prepare dinner all at the same time in less 40 minutes.
The meals were naturally rich in protein, high in fiber, gluten free, plant based, and made with all natural ingredients.
In this video, I share the finished product. All meals are assembled, packed and ready to go.
Below, you’ll see screenshots from the videos of what I made, the process, etc.
In the video I share with you which spices I use and why. I use a lot of anti- inflammatory spices and pink Himalayan salt vs. iodized.
You’ll see me making a delicious fiber rich, naturally gluten free, and good for you sweet potato hash with only 2 ingredients.
I explain which oils should be used with high heat and why. Hint, hint… avocado oil is a great choice for high heat cooking.
Those guns, though… damn girl!!! Haha… yeah, I can’t help but notice too.
You literally get to see me in action and see how truly easy it is to cook delicious, healthy, and flavor rich meals without it being so complicated and using 5 ingredients or less on each meal!
I made tofu, veggie patties, steamed vegetables, and whipped up a sweet potato hash all at the same time. It’s about efficiency – I know you’re busy!
Get my recipe for whipping up delicious tofu… it’s all in how you season it.
Yummy! Delicious sweet potato hash! I put some of this in in my son’s quesadilla for his school lunch.
Learn how to make a delicious kale salad and make your own homemade dressing with only 3 ingredients and no oil
Yes, you will see me use me get my hands nice and dirty while I prepare meals. 🙂
And of course… what kind of cook would I be if I didn’t eat as I went along? 🙂 nom nom
And then for the finished product. You’ll see me assemble meals for the family for the next few days. It’s all about balancing out the meals so that they are filled with fiber, protein, and packed with nutrients and flavor.
Making salads is easy you guys… get some inspiration and watch me in the video. It’s all about getting creative and working with what you have.
And voila! Meals are packed and ready to go!
I love eating rice cakes with peanut butter in the morning with my coffee so I even pack those in advance. Rice cakes are naturally gluten free so they are a great option if you are trying to limit gluten in your diet.
Here is one of Diego’s school lunches – tofu, mandarins, rice cakes, peas/ green beans and hummus
I love explaining to Diego what is in his lunches and why. And yes, I got his approval. 🙂 Remember, involve your kids in the process
Here is another preschool lunch – whole wheat tortilla quesadilla with sweet potato hash inside + mandarin + steamed green peas and green beans
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With love, health and happiness,
Brenda V. Sillas, MBA, CHES, INHC