From the bestselling author Michelle Dorrance comes this collection of 100+ healthy and delicious meal prep recipes that will change the way you cook.
There are good recipes and there are great ones – and then, there are genius recipes.
The genius recipes in this cookbook will surprise you and make you rethink the way you cook.
Unless you're a professional chef, we're betting that one of the most stressful and frustrating parts of your week/day is meal planning. Finding a recipe, shopping for ingredients, chopping and prepping, not to mention the actual cooking part - it sounds exhausting before you've even started.
That's one of the reasons why so many time-starved people are starving for home-cooked meals. It's all just so time-consuming. But wait, it really isn't if you do just a little bit of advance planning.
What a difference it makes when you have a meal figured out, even better - have it already prepared and ready to eat!
In The Meal Prep Cookbook Michelle brings her make-ahead know-how to your kitchen, proving that you really can eat healthier and reduce stress while saving money and time. Simple and fun.
The Meal Prep Cookbook offers:
- More than 100 healthful, simple, and straightforward recipes made with real foods and without heavily processed, artificial ingredients
- Meal plans for when there’s even less time including back-to-school, the birth of a baby, holiday season prep, and more
- Guidance on how to freeze, thaw, and reheat your meals to keep food fresh, safe, and tasty.
- Affordable, easy-to-find ingredients that you already shop for and are familiar with.
- Practical weekly shopping lists with easy to find ingredients to prepare your pantry for the week
- Helpful Tips including the best ingredients and equipment to stock your kitchen, plus techniques for saving money and storing your meals.
"I would have looked past this book online, but having a chance to peruse it side by side in a bookstore sold me on its value - even paying retail. I've had the book less than a week and made two dishes from it so far. The ingredient laden index in the back makes it easy to find recipes to use items I have on hand instead of having to run to the store. The instructions are broken down into paragraph long steps, which assures I don't make mistakes. The directions are easy to follow and I've found the cooking times perfect so far." - Sarah Hyland, Reader and Ketogenic Diet Follower
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About the Author
Michelle Dorrance is the founder and culinary director of the Brooklyn Springs Cooking Academy. She is a lifestyle coach & educator, Food for Life instructor, chef instructor in the culinary program at the University of New Mexico-Taos, personal chef, career coach, and a corporate consultant offering wellness training, brand representation, and strategic planning services.
Diagnosed with celiac disease, a dairy allergy, and Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Michelle used her knowledge of nutrition, flavor, and fitness to find the best ways to eat and move for her body. She learned how to overcome her autoimmune disease and concurrent conditions by eating a minimally processed, customized, anti-inflammatory diet. It is Michelle's philosophy that no single diet works for every person, but that by understanding how food affects the body, it is possible to customize a way of eating that meets individual needs. She also believes that no matter how restrictive a diet is, it is still possible to prepare delicious foods.
Now, she shares that information--along with her lifelong passion for cooking and her understanding of building flavors--with others in her cookbooks, which help people with special nutritional needs or on restrictive diets find delicious ways to eat. You can find many of Michelle's recipes on her food blog.
Along with being a long-time food blogger and passionate cook, Michelle loves writing about wine and cocktails. She also enjoys bartending and creating signature cocktails for non-profit fundraisers. Additionally, Michelle writes wine, gourmet, cooking, and cocktails articles.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, Michelle lives there with her husband and daughter. She loves anchovies, radishes, chicken feet, and lox but not in that order.
During her spare time, Michelle loves to visit different places around the world, taking pictures, and spending time in the kitchen creating new recipes.