11 Budget-Friendly Breakfasts Under 375 Calories


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Eating a well-balanced breakfast that includes lean proteins, complex carbs and fresh veggies is definitely doable on a budget. The key is to prioritize inexpensive staples like eggs, oats and in-season or frozen veggies to get the most bang for your buck. These nutritious recipes take advantage of budget-friendly staples — all for 375 calories or less per serving.

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If you’re on #teamsavorybreakfast (like I. A banana with a spoonful of nut butter is a perfect on-the-go breakfast option. Throughout the year, banana prices usually remain under $1 each.

A small banana contains protein (about 3 grams) and a whopping 12% of the fiber needed daily. While. Assemble this low-fat breakfast casserole the night before and let it bake while you’re getting everybody out of bed and ready to head out the door for school and work. Turkey sausage, reduced-fat cheese and milk, and egg substitute keep the fat at 6.8 grams per serving and the calories at 184. Make this hearty breakfast burrito with egg whites and part-skim mozzarella to get the nutritional info listed below.

Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 burrito. 400 calories. Once it is cooked, spray on a bit of zero-calorie spray butter, and garnish with low-calorie pancake syrup or low-calorie jam, such as Smuckers Low Sugar Reduced Sugar Strawberry Preserves.

To add in a bit more protein, you can add a smear of peanut butter, however keep it under 1/2 of a tablespoon to keep this breakfast under 200 calories.

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If you use oats or bulgur, you may occasionally substitute either of the following for each pound of meat: 1 pint cottage cheese plus 4 eggs, or 16 ounces of tofu plus 4 eggs.

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Breakfasts have about 300 calories and at least 15 grams of protein.

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And if you’re bored with your choices, it’s another breakfast failure, but there’s no chance of that happening here—with 10 variations just on scrambled and poached eggs, a trio of satisfying smoothies, and multiple ways to dress up a simple bowl of cereal just for starters.

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2 large eggs 2cups quick­cooking oats 1 cup shredded part­skimmozzarella cheese 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter 1/4 cup hot water

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No list of breakfast options would be complete without eggs!

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Under $10 Congee is rice porridge, a Chinese comfort food that is traditionally enjoyed at breakfast.

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  • Ok this was a great video and so incredibly real life! I also have to stay up crazy late to get stuff done with my 4 girls. Please do a series but maybe make sure you can sleep in the next morning on those days�� oh and a trick I learned… if you take your green onion ends that you didn’t use but keep the elastic on them, place them in a mason jar on your window ledge and they will start to regrow! Really loving your channel��

  • OMG girl I admire u for everything that u do for ur family I’m one of ur Hispanic subscriber and I really enjoy watching ur vlogs

  • зачем я смотрю это дальше?. уберите эту женщину от плиты.. от одного вида, того, что она делает меня тошнит. делай куличики в песочнице, мать. тебе бОльшее нельзя разрешать. портишь продукты

  • Are you from the Netherlands? I’ve worked with tourists and found that most countries around Germany, Netherlands and France have extremely thick accents. The most fun was asking someone with an accent if they wanted an audioguide in their language and they would answer with a surprised “How did you know?”

  • I stumbled on your YouTube and can I just say thank you for your awesome encouragement that you share with us mommy’s. I love how you said that it doesn’t havent to be perfect because your children will just remember you trying. I love this. Thank you soooooo much

  • Thank you so much for your advice and support ���� justice lots of love from London Lawrence our beautiful son Simon and Anne Marie ��❤️������������

  • Regarding the first recipe: I live in Russia in the Crimea. And it didn’t come out for me for 2 €. So the prices:
    Soy cream 2.90 € (only in special healthy market)
    Green onions -0,36 €
    Leek you will not find it anywhere.. but I did, I founded in one place and it costs a lot 1.73 € one piece.
    Jalapeño we also do not have it anywhere, for the Russian market it is already considered exotic and also not popular..Maybe If i find it in a large market (although there are no such in my city), it will cost about 2,89 € (I’m guided by the prices of small imported Chile in a nice box).. I think the price will be identical.
    Broccoli now in the summer it is nowhere to be found, even frozen. In winter it is expensive, but sometimes I buy it the price is about 2.90 €.
    Olive oil 1 l -6€
    Fresh spinach 1 bunch -0.58 €
    Fusilli pasta Barilla 1.20 €..
    basil 0.81 €!! Total:about 19,37€

  • For the first recipe isn’t it a good idea to replace the pasta for some pea pasta? I think it really goes well together and you get some extra protein i it! Awesome recipe!

  • People asking her for vegan recipes. Why can’t you just sub out the meat? I’m a carnivore but could easily make any of these recipes vegan. There are so man “fake” meat options out there. I would never dream of asking the vegan chefs I follow to post more “meat” recipes

  • What do you recommend using instead of artichoke? I really don’t like them, but the rest of the recipe looks delicious. I also want enough veggies in the meal, so I don’t want to just leave them out.
    Groetjes uit Nederland. 😉

  • Please make more videos like this! These recipes seem so delicious and I can’t wait to try them! Could you do a sweet version? Maybe some brownies or pastries?

  • Yay, finally serving sizes for adults! As a student I really love these cheap and fairly easy recipes, and I would love to see more in the future! You just got yourself a new sub:)

  • Loved the idea of the paella but as a valencian i’m feeling hurted that you called it “paella”. No problem, is just that we are so picky about what is a paella (and for sure never has peas). Loved the recipies ♥️

  • I would like to mention about leeks, you must open each leaf and scrub them. Insects, mud, and bugs love hiding between leaves, also the top green part is fine to eat, it just needs to be cooked until tender.

  • Usually you cannot buy single anything here in Germany. Buying full packs of vegetables to only use a fraction will make these dishes quite expensive, unless you commit to a rotation for a full week or two (which would be hard, as single, as some ingredients will go bad in the meanwhile).

  • it is a bit misleading because the spices can’t be purchased per teaspoon. So the actual cost is higher if we want to follow the recipe.

  • I’d love to see more of these videos as well as some gluten-free recipes if possible. I work in aviation and meal prepping on a budget for trips isn’t always easy.

  • Can you make a video on how to make coconut milk? Also a video on your twist on indian food as most of the Indian food is vegan. You can make samosas or different chaats or currys.

  • THe fok kinda pizza is this lmao. She is def. NOT wifey material. No meat? 2 toppings? thin ass crust. Damn millenials cant do anything but be lazy and mope.They think robots will do everything for them.

  • Tonight I tripled the recipe for Beef Broccoli. It was so easy, fast and filling. My kids said I needed to make more. Thank you for your weeknight/meal prep recipes

  • Hi Sadia!

    Thank you for the BBQ Cauliflower pizza recipe!
    I will give it a try ’cause I don’t like this vegetable but your recipe looks very nice!

    I also write you a comment concerning pizza dough.
    I’m french and not bilingual so please excuse my potential language mistakes.

    In fact, you don’t really need oil.

    I make my own pizza dough regularly (it is soft and crunchy like in restaurant) and I need only 4 ingredients:
    For 4 portions:

    Flour (550 g)
    Salt (2 full hollows of a hand)
    Baker yeast (7 g) + warm water (320 ml)

    As I’m not vegan, I don’t know if vegans use yeast or if you can find baker yeast suitable to your requirements.
    ( But it is possible to do your own yeast by advance (I haven’t tried yet) )

    For me, this is the best way to make a very good pizza dough!

    You just need to combine yeast with warm water for several minutes and then, combine it with the flour and salt and mix with your hand.
    When the dough doesn’t stick too much to your fingers, you have to “work it”:

    Stretch it then fold it, mix it, and repeat the process around 3-4 times. (done in 5 min)

    When you have finished, form a ball and cut it in 4 portions.
    Roll each portion in floor and set them aside on floor, under a humid dish cloth (at room temperature, 22 degrees celsius minimum. If not, the dough won’t inflate).

    If the dish cloth dries too fast, the surface of your dough will dry too: so do not hesitate to wet your cloth once again if necessary.
    If you don’t do this, you will see that the dough will be less “workable” after.

    For me, 20 min is too short for the dough to well inflate:
    You need 2 hours minimum (the heat and the air humidity influences a lot on the dough inflation). Sometimes, I have to wait more than 4 hours because the air is too dry!

    The dough will double or triple in size.

    You can prepare your dough by advance and store it overnight in the fridge in cling film (I haven’t try in a close glass container yet).

    To make a circular pizza form, I don’t recommend you to use your pastry rool: use your hand palms!
    It’s much more fun!

    You just have to flour your work plan and your dough:
    Press the center of the dough and stretch it gently and softly with your hand palms from center to edge: you have to be careful because the dough is fragile.

    The first time, it’s a little tricky but next times, you will find the correct gesture! (It’s like a caress.)
    With this method, you will obtain a dough thin in the center but thicker on the edge.

    You have to be careful when you put the pizza dough on ’cause it stretchs very easily!

    Bake it 8-9 min in a preheated oven (200-210°C)

    I tried oil dough recipe by the past and I always felt very disappointed.
    But with this method (no oil and stretch/fold gresture), I’ve found my happiness!

    Hope this will interest you and help you!

    Take care Sadia.

    Thank you for your content.


  • really liked the video and would definitely watch a budget series, but it would be helpful if you could suggest more possibilities of replacements like you did with the coconut milk and arborio rice…

    I mean, some things are kind of ubiquitous (rice, pasta, most greens), but many people might find it difficult to find unflavored plant yoghurt… take it from someone who lives in a city where you can’t yet find tofu in basically any supermarket

  • I’d suggest switching to measuring by weight, especially for doughs and baking. A cup of flour is such an unreliable measurement and in doughs precicions is everything.

  • Please do a video on store bought gluten free breads������ I recently stopped eating gluten and finding a good bread has been a STRUGGLE!!!

  • I went from finding a quarantine haircut on your channel to falling in love with the rest. Your work is beautiful art in every way and so inspiring!

  • Energy cost for baking the califlower twice. It is just too much for budget friendly recipe.
    Very weird watching recipes in Euros with cups and self rising flour. Don’t you have sacles and baking powder or yeast. Pizza is done with yeast isn’t it.

    I like cooking the broccoli together with the noodles very efficient.

  • You can totally eat the green part of the leak. Can’t believe she just threw it away. FYI you can also eat the outer leaves and the stem of cauliflower

  • been Vegan for so many years,,,for the sake of animals and I cook the same way u do,,, I created lots of good dishes for me,,,,LOL im going to make that green pasta tomorrow,,,,like ur video ❤❤❤

  • People.say being vegan is expensive. But one steak can cost up to 15 on it’s own. I know this because I’m a cashier at a supermarket. I see this all the time.

  • I tried the banana roll or sushi whatever it’s called. I tried it and it’s amazing. I added a drizzle of honey and a small amount of cinnamon. I didn’t have tortillas so I did it with brown bread that is sugar free and whole grains. I took of the crust. I did pretty much the same thing except I substituted a few things and added some things too.

  • I truly admire this video. Although I think have the measurements in your videos would be helpful. I know you have a website where you provide your measurements, but your website provider is a little clunky. You have great content and your website would be A1 if it wasn’t clunky. All in all I admire what you’re doing & all is vegans appreciate you!

  • I’m not seeing the exact recipes in this video. It would be helpful if you specified the quantity of each ingredient in the recipes. Thank you.

  • Am I the only one that feels these breakfasts lack something? I feel like I need more…. a banana and 2 tortillas… that’s breakfast?

  • Guys if you want to cook oil free and don’t have an air fryer yet, do yourself a huge favor. They are inexpensive and you’ll save yourself time and alot of frustration.

  • To make the hash faster and crispier put it in the oven with a little bit of coconut oil on the bottom of the pan of the pan isn’t non stick.

  • I have a vegan breakfast every day ( I’m not vegan, but I prefer a vegan breakfast ) I make like a version of a bean buddha bowl sainsburys supermarket in the U.K. do a mixed bean salad in a tin, so I mix it up with chia seeds, hemp hearts, sesame seeds, quinoa and a teeny vegan cream cheese and I crunch up vegetable tortilla chips on top. My go to breakfast cuz I love a savoury breakfast:-)

  • Hi Caitlin. I have 2 cousins who get seriously ill every time they eat bananas, no matter how ripe they are. Do you know why this might be and if there’s any way to remedy this?

  • I’m impressed by the clean ingredients in some target foods! I got a bunch of dried fruit at Aldi not realizing most were loaded in sugar!

  • I like this vid. I’m making the cookies today with my toddlers for church this weekend. That is, if they didn’t eat all the spotty bananas.

  • I absolutely love seeing your recipes and how you meal prep. You inspired me to get an instant pot, and I absolutely love it! Keep them coming!

  • I want to know the measurements for each of the ingredients as they are not listed, and baking instructions not said either, please do so or we won’t know the right things to do for a good result.

  • I have a lot of health issues, allergies, and intolerances. And everyone keeps saying veganism is so expencive. The only thing that’s expencive is the specialty items, nutritional yeast, and the supplements. I’m highly concidering switching over to veganism once I move to a place with a good store nearby. All we have in a little kroger. Lol

  • Hey….nice video….I loved watching u cooking….I m from india and we use pressure cooker since long…almost maybe 50+ years….only difference is urs is electric one…n we use it directly on stove…here we cook every meal fresh every day…..only few dry snacks we cook for a week or 2…..

  • But if you are diabetic choose smaller bananas that have no brown spots at all if possible. The lower sugar content makes them okay for diabetics.

  • Thinking of turning these videos into a little series ���� Whaddyathink? If you have any recipe requests for meals on a budget, pop them below! �� As with last time, prices indicated are per serving, and each recipe makes 4 servings. Happy cooking!

  • harvesting wax doesn’t kill bees. Wax is a byproduct of collecting honey, which only helps the bees thrive. Honey may not be vegan, but in my opinion, it’s the only animal product that truly helps the environment more than it hurts it.

  • Your a star, I’m really getting my home and myself in great shape, I feel like I’ve missed so much.. watching makeup tutorials buying makeup I never use and generally feeling bad about my self. I’m so motivated and enjoying being so productive. Take care everyone ��

  • I like to process my own nuts and veggies. I don’t always bake my own bread, but I would like to. I would like to see which breads are the best.

  • Can you do one where you show how you get you plan do shopping and cost with the meal prep. How many are you feeding I have a family of 4 adults and didn’t have enough food. Are we eating to much?

  • This video is really good I enjoyed watching your cooking:) I am going to try and cook that Spanish-inspired rice. Thank You Very Much for sharing this video:) Love it:)

  • It kind of bothers me that none of these types of videos say how much of the ingredients they use. I was just wondering how much of the peanut butter and oats you used for the banana oatmeal cookies?

  • Hi there, I’m Dutch and I have a question concerning Soy sauce. Do you mean that salty Japanese stuff or the sweet/salty Malaysian stuff called Ketjap Manis?

  • If you cut your spaghetti squash the same way and scrape out the seeds before you pressure cook it you only need to cook it 5 minutes and the seeds come out easier!

  • Just what I was looking for yesterday, for healthier recipes. Thank you so much. I would like to see more recipes likes this in future. Thank you again ❤️��

  • You are such a cutie and great cook you handle that big knife like someone I would not like to meet on a dark street! Would love seeing more of these videos, if you’re up for it…Thank you

  • Love this as a series. I have had my instant pot for awhile and love it, but you have motivated me to try so many other things with it….my husband may get surprised with lava cakes tonight ��

  • I love when you give ideas on how to bulk up recipes like with the cauliflower rice in the lasagna. I’m always trying to do this myself and soooo appreciate the inspiration you provide!

  • I love thissss!! Gives me so many ideas every time you do a meal video or little snippet of meals in other videos. You could do more than once a month and I’d watch them all!!

  • I’m new to all this meal prep stuff. Do you reheat everything or eat it cold? Lol like the first video, do you dump it all in a pan to heat the chicken and are the veggies supposed to be raw? Hahaha I don’t like much cold. I do like raw veggies but most meat and things like that, I’d want it heated. I couldn’t eat the stuffed bell peppers cold either �� I’m afraid it would all taste gross and soggy reheated..not sure if this is a good option for me? ����

  • Yasssss monthly series!!! Watching you cook totally calms me down, I love your patience!! I’m like a mad woman meal prepping ������

  • I love that u mention it’s 12:40 am coz I was wondering u seem so relax and not rushing though it’s nighttime.
    I hope you can share how do u reheat all the prep meal throughout the week in one video.

  • The zero minute broccoli is possible on the instant pot. The instant pot will go to zero. Also, the instant pot has a slow cook setting.

  • I feel that same way about the instant pot. I just got mine this time last year but then I waited months still to use it. I have 3 in my home and bought my friend one for Christmas this year.

  • I haven’t even finished the video but Iblove meal prep videos and seeing all the healthy meals you make yes do more of these please

  • First of all love your videos and your family #goals lol You’ve inspired me to try baking at 9 p.m. with limited ingredients and a teething toddler �� I hope to be as productive as you someday!

  • This was awesome! I’m so glad you got the insta pot!! Yes please make this a monthly series and I hope you got some sleep afterwards! Amazing momma, meal prepping, working and taking care of your kids����

  • Made your shrimp with Chinese fried quinoa and broccoli today all ideas from you! I love your healthy meal prep please make more they are amazing and so helpful!!!

  • OMG YES!!!! I would love to see more videos like this! Also, I saw that you use King Arthur’s Gluten-Free flour, taste-wise-is that better than other brands? I’ve tried Bob’s Redmill GF flour, and a few other brands and I’m not a fan of the taste or gritty texture!

  • I just want to pause this video for a second and say how strong this women is!! She is very strong! One of the best youtubers�� She doesn’t all this for her family and take time out her day (her own time ) to do this for her family. She has more than 1 child, she has a YouTube channel, She’s a full time mom and wife! Including this we don’t see in her life(appointments for the children ) etc.. I love this women for her even tho I never met her she doesn’t an amazing job and very beautiful lady! Being a stay home mom isn’t easy it’s a full time job every second of the day������ It’s a commitment that she is doing amazing at! I love you girl! Keep up this amazing job������

  • Would love a series. Glad you are getting comfortable with the Instant Pot. I love both the IP and my crockpots. They are excellent tools.

  • I’m looking forward to making some of these for lunch at university after the coronavirus lockdown has ceased. In the meantime, I can try making these recipes for home lunches. Thank you so much!

  • Ako kasi ginawa ko tong diet plan ni beshie, super na enjoy ko tong foods,, dati nag diet ako mainit ulo ko, kasi boring yong diet food ko noon, super recommended tong diet plan ni beshie! Ang sarap ���� thank you and more vlogs

  • I ❤️ YOU!! You’re amazing. Keep up your awesome work. Have made a lot of your recipes on the dot. All came out great. And OMG. The summer potato salad with dill. I have no words. You rock.

  • Can you please please do a video on easy lunch ideas for a 14 year old. I can cook and never know what to make for my lunch, but I hate the simple boring sandwich and lunch snacks each day

  • Ohhh my god,why I just found your channel,I love your channel ����I been started to plan my diet meal,
    so yeah I can see my self get back to be slim girl again by follow your meal plan,thanks

  • If you want to reheat your meals just get the hotlogic electric lunchbox/hotlogic mini oven it works great and you can take it on the go website below:


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  • First off, you are just too cute! Your voice is clear, concise and easy to understand for someone who is hearing impaired, so thank you for that. Next, your recipes sound awesome! I look forward to trying some of them. Please keep up the good work. On a side note, you are also very Punny! hahaha

  • I’m on the Mediterranean Diet and I’ve lost 24 lbs, so far, and am so much healthier! I eat mainly plant-based foods, such as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes and nuts. I’ve replaced butter with olive and avocado oil. I use herbs and spices instead of salt. I eat red meat no more than a few times per month. I eat fish and poultry at least twice per week. I always eat with family and/or friends. I drink red wine in moderation.

    My menu today:

    Breakfast: Swiss Breakfast
    Lunch: Greek Garbanzo Bean Salad
    Dinner: Salmon with Maple Dijon Glaze, Bok Choy
    Desert: Blueberries with Yogurt

  • Hi thank you so much for all your wonderful videos I’ve been watching you for awhile now could you help me to make meals that are high in protein I’m trying to rebuild muscle I have lost all the weight that I wanted to lose but I just need to build muscle you are just as cute as you can be love your haircut wonderful smile so much patience and kindness appreciate all of that I wish you and your family well and happiness and thank you

  • actually we don’t use saffron for paella in Spain, we use just some orange food coloring powder that is very similar to saffron (but much much cheaper)

  • Hi Alyssia! Do you have an amazon affiliate page for your kitchenware and tools? I would love to support your channel. Great video! Love Target:)

  • Will these help me gain weight..im only 48kgs and 28 yrs old..my mum thinks i starve on purpose which isnt true but i just never know how to plan the meals with work n fatigue


  • I tried the BBQ pizza and my whole family loved it! Even my six years old brother! Thanks for the recipe, definetly making it again!:)

  • I made the quick, “creamy” green pasta…I normally love PUL recipes, but this one was a major dud, despite doing everything except using an immersion blender, since she said it’s good even without. Maybe the blending is actually necessary. The taste was intensely “green,” if you know what I mean. And the coconut milk I used didn’t mix in well at all.

  • U are the BOMB!! Thank you for taking the time to share all this goodness ��������
    I’m a mom and trying to get back in shape �� variety does help

  • Omgosh I am so happy I discovered you. Happily subscribed and looking forward to more meal prep content from you. Your style and execution is so effortless to follow. Please do a video on Breakfast meal preps. I am starting 2018 with healing with food and balancing my food choices. I will continue coming back to your channel for ideas and inspiration. Thank you!!!!

  • Been here a min I don’t know anything about the food you sometime make it all looks good and I find it very hard to get some/most of the ingredients so I would love to get your books.

  • You provide great ideas, and I know you have a e-book, hope you consider a hard/paper box one day. they are easier for me. However,  I am grateful for this videos

  • Ginawa ko yong cauliflower rice and yong chicken, super sarap as in parang hindi ako diet, na enjoy kp yong diet ko dahil sa mga diet plan mo beshie❤️��

  • Nagloloose ka pa rin po ba ng weight? Namention niyo po na 45kg na kayo ngayon. Dahil po may sinusundan po kayo diet plan, tuluy-tuloy po ba pagloose ng weight niyo or namamaintain na lang?

  • Yes please on this being a monthly series! ����

    May I please ask what your pricepoint was for this meal prep session? (I know that there is a lot of variance, just a ballpark amount would be great!)

  • Another informative and helpful video beshyyy❤ keep it up, marami kang matutulungan. Thanks sa pagshare nito samin�� love you!

    P.S no to skipping ads yayy!

  • Girlie!! Pleeeease stop worrying about trying to appease the unholy haters.

    Focus on those of us who come to your channel for well delivered tips and ideas.

    The constant apologizing is unnecessary. ��

  • i found you by accident a few months ago and i am so glad i did. people really should check their privilege. if we’re limited financially or logistically by going completely plastic free, the least we can do is to maximize our plastic before we have to discard it. you’re doing great!!

  • Aww you’re sweet! Yes not using plastic is good for the earth but it sucks “so many” people will comment about it, I hope they have a channel and a video on why plastic needs to be recycled, saved, alternatives plus several other statistics rather than just shaming you! (And yes I use stasher bags) just hate to see people shaming!

  • THANK YOU. Long time subscriber, first time commenter. Your preps are always adorable and amazing and as an amateur bento artist I usually pride myself on having a box for everything. But when you’re prepping a week’s worth of food even I will run out of appropriate containers and have to turn to the ziploc. Sass it up. I love it and I love those mini loaf pans.

  • Every time you cook a lasagna an Italian dies. Please don’t cook things you don’t know how to do!
    Ogni volta che cucini una lasagna un italiano muore. Ti prego non cucinare cose che non sai minimamente come si fanno!

  • I just wash and reuse my plastic zip top bags until they get holes in them, which takes a while. The “cheep” plastic bags are still too expensive for me to buy often so it works:)

  • Love your videos…you might have better luck sealing your bowls with silicone toppers instead of the beeswax sheets. I have a set that looks like poppy flowers… adorable.Plus they are dishwasher friendly. Amazon also carries more affordable sets for various sized bowls.: )

  • Learning how to eyeball measurements in the palm of my hand made my meal preps go a lot faster. I just keep checking my guesstimates against the measuring spoons till i could quickly do it in my palm with 100% accuracy. Also I found it easier to get all the meats and main ingredients cooked at the same time. Since the chicken is going to be cooled anyway you dont need to have it hot when combining the meal. Loved your dedication. I will try some of your recopies. Looked yum! Im a mom too if my advise isn’t needed forget I said it. Its the mum in me.

  • I honestly thought you were kidding about the plastic wrap. Be serious: how much does it cost you to buy throw-away plastic wrap over and over and over again? You can buy a container for the price of a few roles of throw-away wrappers and you never have to throw away the container thereby save the money you would have thrown away otherwise. and until you can buy proper containers, you can always wash and reuse some of the containers that you buy your groceries in the store in anyway, like icecream boxes etc. Why do some Americans get so offended by something that the rest of the developed world has been practicing for decades? If you have a youtube channel that people all over the world watch, you need to be prepared to be criticized for things that are unacceptable globally. And in all honesty: if you get annoyed by people’s comments about plastic wraps why don’t you just stop showing so much plastic wrap in your videos? Regardless of what you actually choose to do for your own meals, I am sure that just saying you can store / freeze something and / or showing containers instead of plastic wrap in your videos would be easy enough. So you wouldn’t get any annoyed comments about this topic and you would show more responsibility.

  • The second you made the plastic statement, I scrolled down and gave you a thumbs up! Seriously the problem you mentioned is so true! People need to stop shame other people just to feel better themself. You never know if someone trys but just isn`t able to do any better. We should appreciate each and any afford made by someone!

  • Yaaaay you:) so so good you’re trying. I would sponsor if i had to pennies to rub together, I’ll subscribe though. P.s I’ve seen vegan wax wraps (paraffin wax maybe)

  • Most of the “holier than thou” comments are about buying pre-packaged plastic convenience foodssuch as pre-spiralized veggies.. these are MORE EXPENSIVE than the plastic free version (I.e spiralising your own damn carrots) so it’s really nothing to do with privilege…

  • Hey Alyssia! I know you did a breakfast burrito video about 4 years ago, but you should revisit that! It’s a great easy, cheap meal prep with lots of sneaky veg opportunities!

  • I agree Target meat is more expensive. However, there are days when target marks down their meat. That’s the time to stock up!
    Loved the sass!!!!

  • First have you seen that video (I think from the Canadian cnbc marketplace?) About having a plastic free family switch with a normal family? It’s also really insightful)

    For me, when it comes to plastic in stores, the only thing I ever can really “judge” people on (even then, most people dont think of it, so can I really judge them lol?) is the produce section where most food is loose. Like, most people can afford those cheap produce mesh bags. But everything else can be really expensive sometimes, and someone not doing it isnt their fault or whatever… like with tote bags! If I go shopping alone I’ll use tote bags for my groceries, but if I’m getting a lot of groceries with my whole family, it’s not as feasible. And so many products come in plastic in that case, you just have to complain to the company, not people for buying it and not some other plastic free version that’s hard to find and or expensive!

  • I tried the green pasta today and although I was hesitant at first it turned out sooo good and was super easy to make!! Definitely don’t leave out the mint, it really gives it a kick. Thanks so much! I will definitely make this more often:)

  • Hotel room meal prep would be helpful:). Also, I have recreated so many of your meals. Thank you for all the great ideas and content!

  • Can you do a recipe video on soft foods for people who just had their wisdom teeth pulled or for elder people who cant chew very well. Im a nutrition and foods student and this is actually a major issue for people because pureed and soft foods can often taste HORRIBLE, Id really appreciate it and I think a lot of people would also!

  • That dish she calls PB Banana Sushi, the tortillas broke because she didn’t heat them up before using the tortillas. Even if you did heat them up before rolling them they wouldn’t stay rolled up unless you fry them in oil. If the tortillas were made from flour then they would stay rolled up, without being heated up.

  • I bought the stasher bags a few weeks ago, and cost per use over time is alot cheaper. I appreciate the rant! I try to be cautious and reduce my footprint but at the same time it’s so hard!

  • About the plastic, I just do my best. I’ll use Tupperware for sandwiches, etc. In a world where everything is individually wrapped, we can only do our best. I waste so much less now that I buy fresh and cook every meal myself.

  • I’m not a fan of sandwiches but I wanted to try it this way. I got vegetable roasted hummus (I never knew it would be so delicious). Add tomatoes, turkey, roast beef, slice of cheddar, and I cooked it like a grilled cheese. Thank you for another delicious meal prep idea.
    I’m very picky so I usually end up making the same food for my work lunch (5 days). But I’m expanding my recipes!

  • Yes I would like a video on store bought gluten free bread! I just found out I am sensitive to gluten and my doc really recommends me cutting it out if I can, and I have no idea where to begin!


  • all im saying is you can get reusable plastic containers for cheep that will ultimately save money from having to buy disposable stuff. also, ikea now has a surprising selection of glass containers for great prices, just as a heads up.
    and i have a challenge: i look through a lot of your meal prep stuff and try to find good options, but i generally cant have much more than toast for breakfast which means when my stomach does wake up a few hours later, im super hungry with a few hours til lunch. any suggestions for filling but light breakfasts?

  • Thank you for the GIFT of sharing your meal prep ideas with and for us! You are wonderful, your videos are wonderful, and I am sorry if anyone has ever made you feel unappreciated because you are SO APPRECIATED!!

  • I really love your video’s, one complaint though… they make me so hungry, grrrr.:) But I have a request for a video, can you do another dorm room video. School starts back up soon and while I have a meal plan, parents insistence, sometimes I don’t want to go to the cafeteria. So maybe not necessarily meal prep as much as things that can be frozen and pulled out and heated to eat. If that makes sense. Also a question. My mom was recently told she has non alcoholic fatty liver, and I can’t find a single source of information, beside complex carbs, that all the sources agree on. Any suggestions? I’m not asking you to make a video on the subject, not do my research, but the information is difficult to decipher and make sense of and I don’t know what information to trust. So if you could point me in some directions I would greatly appreciate it. Oh and I like sassy girl. Thank you

  • So what are they saying about the forest (animal habitat) that is being cut down to provide luxurious houses? Smh. I will live my life as i see fit. Too short to stress myself.

  • You know, the same people who SHAME people for using PLASTIC are the SAME people who support abortion up to 9 months! For the love of Mary, if people want to comment on the earth, go watch an Environmental Video and just let the woman who runs this channel, cook and prep and teach the rest of us!

  • I have plastic alternatives that have been sitting in my amazon cart for months. I keep saying “on the next paycheck” but you know how life is. For now I’m just washing and reusing the same freezer bags and containers.

  • Using the plastic bags more than once or repurposed (like wrapping lettuce in it for storage) is better for our planet than buying the plastic bags to reuse until the handle breaks, because those bags are not recyclable, do not break down for a century, and are made of toxic material. Thin plastics like Walmart bags and plastic wrap will break down sooner or will burn instantly. I use mine for a myriad of things. The things you are using or buying to replace them, think about how long it will take to break down once thrown away. Some things, never.

  • The beeswax wraps are so easy to make and way cheaper. I think I spent $15 for a 2lb block of beeswax and cotton fabric was around $5 a yard (used stash fabric). Since it only takes a few tablespoons of grated wax to cover the fabric and melt between parchment sheets with an iron the wax is going to last a loooong time.

  • Why are you so cool?! ���� I do want try those reusable bags but then think how my family will neveeeeer wash them and then I’ll end up finding them in weird places with possible mold monsters growing. Gross. But I might bite the bullet!

  • Omg, food is way to expensive at Target. not my go to place for food, I only buy food if on sale.
    Love your shop your awesome. Why the h??? Target call you… you can do a show on best deli meT etc.
    Best health dessert to buy or make

  • Did anyone else hear the little fart noise? �� 6:37 I’m sorry for laughing but I can’t help it I’m only a kid lol anyway good video!

  • Might want to rinse the saponins off the quinoa before cooking or it will be bitter. Dill pickle?! What a disgusting thing to do to innocent chickpeas!

  • Just for the FYI, the target in my area has started to stock the reusable zip top bags just like you’re using plus a couple others. Haven’t tried them out because of cost, but I’m glad I’m not the only one that’s not Uber anti plastic. I try to do what I can, but sometimes it’s just hard!

  • I would love a gluten free bread review! My daughter is allergic to wheat. We have tried so many breads and are currently buying the Aldi’s Live GFree brand. Thank you for the great content and fun formats to your videos. I know you put so much love into your work. It shows!

  • Target in my opinion is really no more expensive then some of the other stores I shop at (Smith’s marketplace and Lees Marketplace to name a few) plus it helps if you use their cartwheel app.

  • Actually I stopped watching the videos for quite a while because I always get upset and sad when I see all the waste and animal products. I wouldn’t tell you to stop, because that is what you wanna do, but I don’t wanna see it anymore �� This ist no hate, I’m just sensitive.