Meal Prep for Winter: Hearty and Nourishing Meal Prep Recipes
My winter meal prep includes ingredients and recipes that are perfect for these cold winter months. I’ll show you how easy it is to turn 10 ingredients into a variety of hearty and nourishing meals including warm salads, spicy breakfasts, filling dinners and tasty snacks.
Winter Meal Prep – Watch As I Meal Prep for the Week
Back by popular demand, I have a new seasonal meal prep video for you. This is the 4th seasonal meal prep video in a series (plus a meal prep containers video).
Make sure to go back and watch the others to learn more about my meal prep approach, which is to prep a handful of ingredients for easy, mix-and-match meals throughout the week.
- Meal Prep Ideas: 9 Ideas to Save Time in the Kitchen
- Meal Prep for Spring: Healthy Meal Prep Ideas
- Meal Prep for Summer: Light and Fresh Meal Prep Recipes
- Meal Prep Containers: 4 Awesome Containers that Aren’t Plastic
In today’s video I’ll show you how to meal prep 10 ingredients and give you a few ideas for warm, winter meals that you can quickly whip up. But with the creativity in this community, I’m sure you’ll combine these ingredients in even more delicious ways and when you do, make sure to tag me on Instagram so I can see it.
Ingredients I’ve Meal Prepped for Winter
- Slow Cooker Pulled Pork
- Roasted Beet Hummus
- Ultimate Seed Crackers
- Sweet Potato Noodles
- Red Cabbage
- Swiss Chard
- Dijon Vinaigrette
- Citrus Lime Vinaigrette
These ingredients can be combined in numerous ways, but today I’m sharing several meal ideas and recipes that I’ve made from these ingredients, including:
- Spicy Pulled Pork Fried Eggs
- Spiralized Sweet Potato Egg Nests
- Fresh Orange Slices
- Beet Hummus and Crackers
- Curly Sweet Potato Fries with Garlic Aioli
- Pulled Pork, Cabbage and Arugula Salad
- Warm Sweet Potato Noodles, Cabbage and Lentil Salad
- Beet Hummus, Garlic Sauteed Swiss Chard, Lentils and Pulled Pork
- Candied Orange Peel
There are a few items in this winter meal prep that take a bit longer than the others, such as the Slow Cooker Pulled Pork and the Candied Orange Peel. Both of these items need to sit for 8 hours, so it’s best to make them the night before.
If you split those items up, it will take you approximately one hour to prep those two items the night before and two hours the following day to prep the remaining items. But again, these are just ideas. You don’t need to do everything you see on this meal prep. Pick and choose or combine with ideas from the other meal prep videos.
Downloadable Meal Prep PDF
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I hope this winter meal prep inspires a few new ideas and if you’d like to see me continue these meal prep videos, let me know in the comments below. Happy meal prepping!