This FREE guide is about getting results in the kitchen.
We’re not talking about you becoming the worlds next best Chef but if you want to make better tasting, more variety and a healthy food option in a short amount of time then you are in the right place.
Meal Prepping can be challenging, but it’s also one of the single biggest steps you can take toward a better work-life balance, more free time, and an all-round healthier lifestyle and help build a life you’re proud of.
Our very own Chef Jaime started his kitchen career over 20 years ago, has worked in some of the worlds best restaurants, leading hotels and even been the personal chef for 2 royal families.
On average we spend 10-12 hours each week just organizing our meals.
It sounds like an incredible amount of time but if you take into account the planning, shopping, cooking and preparing that time soon adds up.
Hang on, I forgot the cleaning!! That’s a load of time we’re wasting every single week. That’s over 600 hours in a year, 26 spent just making your meals.
So if you could cut that down by 3/4 you would probably see the value in it, right?
Starting to meal prep has many benefits.
Of course, people jump at the idea of meal prepping watch a few Youtube videos and think it all pretty easy.
If you struggle with just cooking one dinner in the evening it’s a lot to take on.
Take on too much and you’re likely to struggle with the overwhelm of all the ingredients laid out and having to cook them all.
That’s a very legitimate motivation. You get excited about the new dishes you are going to cook, you’ll become a better cook and all that free time that is up for grabs you want to do it the best you can.
And you can achieve all of these things, it also won’t happen overnight.
So what do you do? Well, if you’re going to jump in the world of meal prepping alone then you are better off starting with the don’ts: Don’t ever over complicate it, start simple & build on that.
The three core components of planning are:
1️⃣ Where will the dishes be cooked, oven, stovetop, slow cooker etc
2️⃣ What dishes, pans or utensils do I need to cook these dishes
3️⃣ How long will each dish take, longest dishes should go on first.
To make sure it worth it for you to meal prep its a good idea to look at the Pros & Cons as the whole idea is to save time and eat a healthy balanced diet.
✅ Free time in the evening during the week
✅ Makes it easier to stick to your diet
✅ There’s always a go-to option
✅ Avoid the get home and cook or order the unhealthy option with the app.
✅ Save money
❌ You sacrifice an hour or 2 of your Sunday to save hours during the week
Showing you every step of the way, saving you time during the week and get your cooking questions answered along the way.
You’ll end the cook with a fridge full of tasty dishes that you can grab and go making even work lunches more interesting.