Meal Prep in an Instant: 50 Make-Ahead Recipes and 7 Prep Plans for Your Instant Pot (Paperback)
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Make weekly meal prep in your Instant Pot easy with over 50 recipes and 7 weekly prep plans
Meal prep has never been easier with an Instant Pot. With it's versatility and ability to cook quickly and efficiently, you can use your Instant Pot to cook meals for the week ahead, or prepare your meals on your prep day and just dump them into the Instant Pot for a quick and easy weeknight dinner. With seven customized prep plans, Meal Prep in an Instant will show you how to use your prep day efficiently to prepare three lunch or dinner meals and one breakfast meal, package them up for the week ahead, and enjoy fresh, delicious meals without struggling to figure out what to make for dinner every night. Here's what you'll get:
• Over 50 recipes that will appeal to a variety of tastes and appetities
• Seven weekly meal plans, each featuring four primary recipes, three alternate recipes, and one dessert, and many of the recipes are dairy-free or vegetarian
• Detailed prep day plans for every weekly meal plan, each designed to help you maximize your time in the kitchen on your prep day
• Handy shopping lists and equipment lists to help you execute your plan perfectly and efficiently<
About the Author
Becca Ludlum is a recipe creator, self-confessed healthy food snob, and owner of the My Crazy Good Life website where she helps readers live their healthiest lives through cooking advice, delicious recipes, and helpful meal prep tips. Her blog holds a top ten ranking on Google for "meal prep Instant Pot recipes" and her recipes have been featured on multiple websites including Delish, Brit+Co, Cosmopolitan, Eat This, Not That!, the Disney Food Blog, Better Homes & Gardens, and Huffington Post.
“Two convenience cooking trends combine in this glossy cookbook filled with familiar flavors. Here, the Instant Pot multicooker gets a real workout in marathon (3-5 hour) meal prep sessions yielding dozens of servings. With careful, step-by-step instructions, Ludlum guides cooks through the process of prepping ingredients during the pot's cooking time, then transferring cooked items to single-serving storage containers before reloading the pot for the next phase. Ludlum's omnivorous menus each include a breakfast and three meals more suited to lunch or dinner, with portions to serve a family of four for a week. Though part of the efficiency is in recipes that share common ingredients, flavor profiles are distinct, which will avoid the common "everything tastes the same" complaint in less thoughtfully constructed OAMC ("once a month cooking") or other bulk cooking plans. Particularly useful are the shopping lists and ample information on maximizing efficiency and crafting personalized meal plans. A full afternoon of prep for weekday health and convenience is a trade-off many home cooks will gladly make.” —Booklist