Why Meal Prep Is the Secret to Cooking Healthy Meals For One — and Exactly How to Do It
Whether you live alone or you share a space (but not food) with roommates, it can be challenging to figure out how to cook for one person. The next thing you know, instead of creating a big mess for little payoff, you've ordered from Postmates . . . again. The secret to making healthy, solo meals is as simple as shifting your strategy and mindset, though. Instead of cooking in small batches throughout the week, set aside time on Sunday to meal prep. Make recipes that could feed a family, then simply store individual portions so you can eat them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for several days.
To get you started, I'm sharing a few of my go-to recipes: Italian egg muffins, a lighter Caesar salad, and a delicious one-pan chicken dinner. You'll need just a couple hours to knock 'em out!