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small habits

big wins

Never choke down a tupperware of poorly seasoned asparagus again.

Yes, What’s for Meal Prep is a healthy food blog. But beyond that, I hope that it’s a resource that encourages you to get comfortable in the kitchen preparing foods your body knows what to do with. It’s one of the BEST habits you can pick up for your overall health and body composition goals.

But here’s the thing:

You’re never going to create a habit by staring into a fridge of food you dread eating. The opposite will happen: You’ll create a negative association with meal prep that will deter you from coming back.

new plan:

Whole food recipes that don’t taste like sadness or turn to mush on Thursday. Here are my recipe standards:

  • What’s for Meal Prep recipes hold up for 5 days in your fridge. Many of them are freezer-friendly, too!

  • These recipes are approachable! No mortar + pestle required, no hunting down rare ingredients.

  • These recipes are either PROTEIN or FIBER dominant.

  • They support your goals—health, performance, and aesthetic.

  • Whenever possible, calories and macros are listed.

Why i rly love

meal prep

As a fitness nutritionist but also a giant foodie, I want What’s for Meal Prep to reflect the best practices I’ve learned to promote lifelong health.

  • Meal prepping puts you in control of what you eat.

  • It sets you up for success.

  • It ensures you’re getting enough fiber, protein, and other important nutrients.

  • Meal prepping ultimately saves time (knock it out on Sunday!)

  • It can prevent overspending and food waste.

  • Meal planning and preparation works FOR LIFE!


 

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About April

My health journey was built on calorie restrictions, cleansing, binging, and food guilt. Today I’m a healthy food blogger and pretty food maker. But for a long time, I was basically a 20-something college kid in an abusive relationship with food. I found success with meal prepping and flexible dieting because—for once—I stayed full and satisfied without eliminating the things I love (like wine and nachos). It’s been a regular part of my life for many years, and sharing that message with you brings me joy.

I now advocate for balance in all areas of life, including diet. Flexible dieting with a planning component (weekly meal prep) are what you’ll find here!

I also invite you to follow my daily chats, recipe commentary, and #SmallHabitsBigWins tips on Instagram!