Take a Peek Sharing #ideas & #inspiration And, YES…it will be a total mess w…
Take a Peek 👀
Sharing #ideas & #inspiration
And, YES…it will be a total mess within a few days, and that is when it’s time to Food Prep and Plan again!
Veggies and Berries are rinsed, and ready to eat.
Blueberry-Chia Overnight Oats prepped for the next 4-5 days (my soon-to-be husband LOVES these…which makes me SO happy because he works LONG 14 hour days, so I REALLY like sending these with him!) Made a big batch of homemade pumpkin chili ( https://cleanfoodcrush.com/spicy-pumpkin-chili/ ), and detox chicken veggie soup ( https://cleanfoodcrush.com/eat-this-detox-soup-to-lower-inflammation-and-shed-water-weight/ ) for the week.
These will become dinner one night each, and fill in as my lunch since I work from home, also GREAT afternoon snacks for the kids!
Usually, I like to roast several veggies ahead of time, but this time I simply made sure we have plenty of fresh spring greens and spinach for the week ahead.
I did chop up some carrot sticks, celery sticks, and cucumbers, so that the kids would have access to quick munchies to throw into lunches, and dip in hummus after school.
p.s. those little containers are individual serving sizes of organic hummus purchased at Costco #win
I rinsed Brussels sprouts, and cauliflower, so that it only takes a few minutes to get it roasting in the oven over the next few evenings.
These ( Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce Saver Food Storage ) containers REALLY work quite well, and were purchased on Amazon here: https://cleanfoodcrush.com/Food-Storage
I’ve found that these containers keep the moisture off of the produce, and YES they are food safe because we do not heat them.
I also rinsed a TON of organic berries found at Costco this morning.
These will become smoothies, additions to breakfasts, and also snacks!
Everyone has their own prefernce to rinse beforehand or not to rinse until ready to eat.
It’s a personal choice.
In order for fresh produce to last the longest, it is suggested that no rinsing beforehand is the solution, HOWEVER, I have found that my family actually consumes the produce faster!
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