Using Meal Prep for Healthy Travel Meals l EP# 95

Sep 13, 2021 | 0 comments

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Want healthy travel meals? Get tips from meal prep expert Allison Schaaf to help you stick to your healthy eating goals even while traveling.

Prep Dish founder Allison Schaaf shares how she does meal prep while traveling, in both a hotel and an Air BnB. Get tips for meal prep breakfasts while traveling as well as simple dinners that require minimal equipment or spices. With a bit of strategic meal prep, you can stick to your healthy meal plan even while traveling!

Meal Prep Breakfasts While Traveling:

  • Soaked Oats: Also known as “overnight oats,” this is a method where you soak rolled oats in water or milk overnight instead of cooking them. You can change it up by adding different fruits, nuts, seeds, etc. This is a great simple hotel breakfast!
  • Eggs, Sausage & Vegetables: If you have a kitchen while you travel, this is a simple, nutrient-packed breakfast.

Meal Prep Dinners While Traveling

  • Pre Chopped / No Chop Veggies: Buy things like green beans, sliced mushrooms and small potatoes that you can cook without chopping.
  • Simple Proteins: You can season items like shrimp or chicken with whatever spices you have available.

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