Wondering how to meal prep but don’t know where to start? Our Recipe Content Manager, Tim Hagedorn, shares his best meal prep ideas and shows you how to meal plan by preparing ingredients for two nights of recipes at once.
Make delicious, seared chicken part of planned-over meals. Our enameled Dutch oven is dishwasher-safe and doesn’t require any seasoning.
Chill, freeze, and reheat prepped veggies in these convenient containers. The seal on each lid keeps your food fresh and prevents leaks and spills.
Quickly and safely create restaurant-quality slices, dices, julienne, and fry cuts of ingredients, so tomorrow’s meal prep goes even faster.
Reinvent yesterday’s ingredients with interchangeable cooking plates, versatile settings, and a temperature probe to cook food your way.
Prep juice for your favorite recipes. The large reamer juices citrus easily while straining seeds and reducing the pulp.
Store tons of prepared ingredients and leftovers for easy meal prep! They go in the freezer and microwave, and are oven-safe to 350°F (180°C).
With just a few minutes of prep time, tons of tasty veggies, and savory, seared chicken, you can create a zucchini soup that’s as vibrant as it is delicious. As the soup comes to a simmer, Tim prepares ingredients for his next dish. Working ahead makes cooking fast and easy!
This is one of our favorite zucchini recipes. Fritters are a great way to use leftovers because they’re a blank canvas—you can add many different ingredients to make them unique. If you’re making a dill sauce, you can bring out the flavors by letting it sit in the fridge overnight.
Tim’s Veggie Prep Tips
- Store low-moisture veggies, like leeks or onions, in water.
- Store high-moisture veggies, like zucchini, on a paper towel.
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