Mar 12, 2018
If you've ever found yourself at 4 pm staring in your 'fridge wondering What's for dinner tonight, today's episode is the podcast you never knew you needed. Featuring one woman's well planned and expertly executed batch cooking system, we're covering a new way to maximize output in the kitchen (and into your freezer) and minimize the stress of weekly dinner prep.
In this episode I interview Mickela Mitchell -- a fellow registered dietitian and mom to two year-round athletes. Inspired by a post on Mickela's personal Facebook account, I knew immediately I wanted to learn more about how she cooks enough food at one time to get her family through three month's worth of freezer meals. In this episode we discuss how freezer meals help her:
Mickela also shares how she chooses which recipes to freeze, her tips for storing recipes properly in the freezer and why she thinks actually adding your meal plan to your calendar is a crucial step in the process.
To close out the show, I share how I've started implementing batch cooking and freezer meals in my own home, including the following two recipes that I easily assemble after I've done a portion of batch cooking:
I'm also sharing a quick clip from fan of the show, Megan, who has her own helpful take on freezer meal prep.
If these recommendations resonate with you OR if you have your own meal prep strategy you think other listeners of the show would benefit from, I'd love to hear from you! You can always Find Me On Instagram, Tweet Me @ReganJonesRD, leave me a voicemail, join the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group OR submit a show idea here!
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