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Cooking for one can be a tricky proposition when you’re watching your portions and don’t want leftovers. These meals are tailored to those moments when you want an easy-to-make, healthy meal just for you. Requiring 8.

Single Serving Meals – 8 Healthy & Delicious Recipes. By Joanie Zisk. Eight healthy and delicious home cooked single serving meals for when you are trying to eat light or just want an alternative to eating out.

Each of these easy recipes are ideal for lunch or dinner when you are cooking for one. These recipes are big in flavor and best of. Explore Doris Kemp’s board “Single serving meals” on Pinterest. See more ideas about Recipes, Meals, Food. 5 Single-Serving Oat Recipes Under 250 Calories — from Chocolate Cherry Oats to Pumpkin Overnight Oats.

Tags 40 meal combinations Breakfast dinner eating for weight loss healthy eating tips Lunch recipe recipes single serving. About the Author. MyFitnessPal’s Recipes. These loaded potatoes are the ultimate temptation but single-serve recipes ensure you won’t go back for seconds, or ahem, thirds.

Throw red potatoes together with cheese, ham, and milk for a 350-calorie meal ready in 20 minutes. Get the recipe: Shortcut Scalloped Potatoes for One. Meals for One (8 Meals) Bundle #1 Tasty, convenient, single-serving frozen prepared dinners are great when you’re dining alone.

Easy prepared-meal-delivery solution to cooking for one. Popchips Potato Chips Variety Pack, Single Serve 0.8 Ounce Bags (Pack of 24), 4 Flavors: 8 Sea Salt, 8 BBQ, 4 Sour Cream & Onion, 4 Salt & Vinegar by popchips. Indulge in quick and easy single-serve meals from Schwan’s! Schwan’s offers prime frozen meal delivery services most convenient to you.

Order online. Browse more than 630 recipes perfect for on-the-go singles. Find recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between.

If you want guilt-free, delicious and portion-controlled meals that work with any meal plan you need to try these recipes! Get exactly the nutrition you need, in exactly the serving sizes you need One thing that makes cooking in bulk or one-pot recipes (like in a crockpot or a casserole) difficult for meal-planning is that the number of.

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Although these selections may sound slightly far-fetched, writing a fiveweek menu cycle with two soups, two salads, one appetizer, four entrees, two vegetables, two starches, and two desserts offered per day for thirty-five days is a task that might strain anyone’s creativity.

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Meals at the dining facilities typically included two to four protein sources, two to four starch choices, two to three hot vegetables, salad bar, sandwich bar, specialty bar, fresh fruit, and desserts.

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More than 28% of Americans live alone and are a target for single-serving packaging.5 More than half of at-home meals include at least one semi-prepared item such as precut vegetables, precooked meat loaf, or heat-and-serve mashed potatoes.

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With a little bit of planning, a family of four can get by on about $28 per day ($7 each) including a wholesome breakfast, lunch, and dinner and even a few snacks along the way (see the sample recipes later in this box).

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Compared with other dishes, meat and two vegetables were more likely part of a twoor three-course meal and particularly likely to be accompanied by a dessert (of 470 desserts served, 225 accompanied ‘meat and two veg’ meals).

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A time plan for preparing a family meal of meat loaf, baked potato, boiled carrots with dill, Waldorf salad, and milk that will be served at 6 p.m. might have the schedule shown here.

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For each additional diner, add another dish, or figure on a total of about 4 ounces of total protein per serving for the meal.

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  • Thank you. I will try a few of these. After learning I had a heart problem and having my sodium restricted I struggled. Looking for healthy meal options

  • I recommend that u guys put ur mug in a bowl or something when microwaving the macaroni. The water spilled inside my microwave but luckily I had a silicone mat on the turntable thing so i didnt have to clean my whole microwave up.

    Btw u should also know that I used penne pasta instead of macaroni bcuz i didnt have it and so that might have had something to do with the spillage idk hope this helped someone

  • Aaron sounds like he knows food y’all. I need people like him to honestly let me know what the best and the worst parts of my dish is. That way when I make it AGAIN we know what ingredients really shine and what can make other ingredients shine where they lack. Not every dish hits crazy especially when you’re experimenting. To me, he’s INCREDIBLY lucky to have her, and she is very very lucky to have someone like him:)

  • My husband gets so sick and tired of chicken tho cuz all of the low cost meals tend to use it. That or ground beef (rolling eyes here). Can you do something with say another meat where you buy in bulk say some fish, other seafood ($17++), quality beef, etc. for the large size of seafood medley at costco…. but if you can put it in the freezer and average it out for 4 meals over 2 weeks. That is about $4 per meal in an expensive dinner and you can do cheap breakfast and lunch that day. Or just average it out with cheap dinners that week if you are only doing dinners.

  • Spero che non spacciate sta merda per cibo italiano. Capre come cazzo si fa a mettere la pasta nell’acqua senza che bollisca prima

  • First time viewer. Sure appreciated your attention to audio quality, both voice over and background. Food obviously looks great.

  • How to make a quesadilla
    Take a tortilla and put cheese on it. Fold it in half. Put it in the microwave for like a minute and 30 seconds. Take it out. Cut it in half.
    Done. 2 Cheese quesadillas

  • I grew up in Queens and lived in Brooklyn for many years, and I think it’s very easy to find affordable produce and meat in NYC, much more possible than upstate and other places where there are fewer choices where to shop. A big part of it is going to the Chinese grocery stores and Korean produce stores.

  • I loved the video! That’s what we are trying to achieve at home, no waste and try new dishes with what we have.
    And she is wonderful! Glorious food and witty personality.

  • This is amazing! I’m Asian American and love that it’s a budget plan that incorporates Asian dishes and flavorings. Also, your comedic timing and dead-pan expressions are a delight.

  • Really good episode! We doing the same and make our own meat free version south Asian food.
    Your man should learn to cook instead of judging ��

  • Just found your videos and I’ve subscribed. All these recipes look great and I plan on trying them ASAP. I also want an Audible subscription so I may sign up soon. Thanks for the video!

  • I’m here for affordable recipe but I discover that for the same items in Italy I spend at least 70 $. Just for say, our salary it’s 1/3 US medium salary. ��

  • I’m most interested in concepts. Why do you put the rice separate? Can you freeze pasta dishes? How would you store that (noodles together with the sauce)?

  • Here’s a little tip to save your knives. If you have to use it to slide chopped food off the chopping board turn the knife around and use the blunt end.

    Love the washable glass containers, so healthy as opposed to aluminium or plastic.

    If this only takes two hours imagine how much quicker a food processor would reduce the time by.

  • Your food looks amazing. I don’t even like half the ingredients u used but I felt like trying them all. I’m surely gonna try some of those at home!

  • I had to smell chicken wings all day and I think I have finally found the recipe to help fulfill my chicken wing cravings ������ Thank you for making so many wonderful recipes that truly help make me not miss eating meat at all!! Not only more ethical, but usually more delicious!! ��

  • I love how you show them so quickly without wasting time talking and presenting. Thanks for the ideas.. I am gonna make one of them.

  • I’m not vegan but some of that food looked so good!! That first recipe makes me want to give tofu another go… �� Imagine my surprise when you suggest a book in the middle of this. I like books almost more than food!

  • Wonderful to have some healthy, easy, freezable lunch recipes. I hate cold lunches except for salads in the summer. I get so tired of top ramen or soup all winter long. Love your channel.

  • I’m sorry it’s the effort that she put in that makes the meal 10/10. The handmade meatballs and just to say ehhhh it needs more this or that. Call me sensitive but, it’s like he could help too..keep your criticism to minimum unless you want to help.

  • It’d be great if you listed the written recipes in the description so I dont have to scroll through the video 50 times to get the measurements ��

  • When will we see June’s next video!? She is so creative with her cooking, I could watch her all day! I’m fairly certain with any budget given to her, she could make magic. Let’s keep the June cooking videos rollin!

  • Until I read the comments, I thought this was just a brilliant cooking video…most people seem to think it’s about a relationship though. Now what is it? Do you want to clarify, June? P.S. I love your recipes and your style as a filmmaker, that’s enough for me.

  • If you want more views add the amount of each ingredient on the screen. Why would you list each individual ingredient and show it but not include the amount, makes the video useless. On a lot of TV apps you can not see info section of YouTube videos or comment.

  • Sooo I made the Swedish meatball one it’s definitely good but my milk curdled because I had the heat too high it reminds me of hamburger helper and it has enough flavor that you can probably do without the cheese at the end

  • Hi Mary! I love your videos! I’m hoping you have some good recommendations for white rice flour recipes? I have a whole box that I need to use up before long. I had originally bought it to try to make a mock mochi, as it’s my favorite treat but I’m intimated at the thought of messing it up and wasting it. Any recipe you could suggest to use it up would be great help, thank you Mary!:) ��

  • I missed What I Ate Wednesdays so much! All of these options look delicious. Unfortunately I can’t obtain medium firm tofu anywhere locally to me, so hopefully one day in the future I can try your revolutionary vegan chicken method.

  • The tofu recipe looks really good. I wanna try it, but tofu is way overpriced where I live and there isn’t really a firm or silken option, it’s just tofu. So I should probably start with your video on how to make tofu. Seems like a good day off project to learn about

  • 0:06 Mac n Cheese:
    ½ cup macaroni
    ½ cup water
    1 pinch salt
    Microwave 2 3 mins
    1 splash milk
    ¹/₄ cup cheese
    1 pinch pepper
    Microwave 30s

    2 eggs
    ½ bell pepper

  • I’m trying to print the shopping list and unable to from the website. Can someone please point me in the right direction along with printing the e-book meal prep book I purchased. Thank you


    Please get your facts right o_O

  • Add milk to a tomato and/or meat based pasta sauce? Why sooooo much processed cheese!? WTH…���� These recipes would offend most pasta dishes lovers. ����‍♀️

  • Tasty, your recipes are terrible. Pls stop showing up on my YT and FB feeds 3+ years after your original post. Gave a well earned thumbs down. Kthxbye. ✌️

  • I just made the buffalo chicken tofu and it was absolutely amazing! Truly magical how much it tasted like boneless chicken wings! Best vegan buffalo chicken I’ve had for sure. Thank you so much for sharing!

  • I’ve

    watched hundreds of tutorials online, but nothing beats this this simple, clear

    –to-the-cut video here: https://dausel.co/8ezvCh

  • The program:Under 5$
    Me:Woow!Ow yes!!
    The first one:12.somthing i forgot
    Me:The fu**
    The program:$1.05
    Me:Yeeep…And one that costs $1.05 Its just for my dog…

  • Yes indeed, a very good plan with “the stash” in the freezer… ;-D

    I really liked your videos (haven’t seen them all yet but certainly will soon). Taught me a lot as a soon to become meal prep beginner.
    Thanks a lot teach.

    And I’m so very thankful that your not such a typical motor mouthed American blabbermouth that mindlessly goes on and on and on…
    And no annoying music! THANK YOU so very much for that as well.
    You have my votes and subscription.

  • I am so mad, you said this was going to be one pot pasta…..


  • I made the chicken fajita pasta tonight. It was a hit. DELISH! I decreased the milk from 5 cups to 4 cups and it was perfect. It made a LOT of pasta. Will be eating from now until the end of time. LOL

  • As much as I love some of these recipes(the deserts mostly, esp the water boil one) I’d also love to have the song names. Very catchy some of em!

  • It should pronunce as Shack-shoe-ka. Most Egyptian family eat it, we don’t anymore. Anyway I think the orgin of this recipe came from the Jewish.

  • I tried several silken tofus here in Germany. Didn’t find one yet, that I can cut. They are so soft here. Anyone else made that experience? Let me know which one I can use that doesn’t fall apart! ��

  • That first one made me feel sick to look at so I stopped but low cost and easy to prepare meals are something I was taught in school Home Economics classes

  • Love you and your channel, but why the microwave?? Many studies show how it completely erradicates nutrients. ” there are no rules”, but this one should be.

  • Hi, just subbed. I’m only 3.25mins into the video and I want to say thankyou. Thank you for using you entire brocolli, including the stalk. Gees it annoys me when people throw all the stalks away! So again thank you. Btw I’m from New Zealand. Kia ora. If you put a damp dish towel or paper towel under your cutting board it won’t slip around as it was while you were cutting especially the chicken.

  • Are we just gonna ignore the fact that the Mac & cheese is way to perfect to be true? And besides I literally tried and and it doesn’t work-

  • I love this video. I wish I could shop with $25 for the week. I don’t know where June and Aaron live, but I live in a small country town and I have one grocery store to shop at. If I had the ability to shop around, it would be so great. All that said, she made some incredible meals. She even prepared things for future meals. June, you are amazing and so clever putting the items together and creating amazing recipes. Thank you for this video!

  • 1:40 I made this meal just now and let me say it’s really simple and very yummy. I’ve never made a home cooked meal before in my 18 years of living and my family thinks I did really good!

  • Food isn’t cheap period. You just gotta find ways to make your ingredients last more than what? 3 days? You’re saving money by making your food lastand most of these are pretty low-cost that can last a few days! What you’re not understanding is that most of this is food(leftovers) you can store away in your fridge to eat for the next few days and food you can freeze for a few months which saves you more money than going out to buy more food every week.

  • Had to make that buffalo “chicken!” Sadly the tofu I got didn’t quite flake like yours did, but it was still delicious in a pita sandwich with hummus, tomato, and avocado Eating it as a sandwich made for perfect amount for dinner for my boyfriend and I as well.

  • Its amazing how many dummies fall for this bull. That’s not meals, that’s tasters as in small appetizers. Get your self 7 cans of baked beans, 7 cans of tuna or chicken, frozen vegetables and there’s your 7 meals. Cheap, tastier and way hell more food than this bull

  • Tried the mac and cheese,, water overflowed everywhere, mac wouldn’t go soft, sauce wouldn’t thicken. This is a scam I feel offended

  • Can’t believe I haven’t watched your videos until now!! They are so relaxing, I’ve incorporated them into my nighttime routine… and I’m increasing my vegan knowledge. Thanks Mary!!

  • when looking for food imagine 5 categories in front of you when you eat (4 foods 1 drink)
    1-Carbs (potatoes/rice e.c.t)
    2-Protein (chicken/beef e.c.t)
    3-Fresh Vegetable + Cooked vegetables (Carrots/tomatos e.c.t) + (onions to add with mince for example or cooked asparagus e.c.t)
    5-Hydration (Tea/Milk/Water e.c.t)
    and always eat salty/plain meals with bread (black/white, sweet and sour, seeded/seedless, doesnt matter just get bread) fills you up more
    out of these categories pick the most affordable things and you should be good to go for weeks if you pick a couple of each item
    try make things in big pots so you can store them in fridge to eat next day or/and the day after (anything that can be refrigerated)
    To a lot of people spending £10+ on food for one person every day is not cheap, a month that can get to 240+ on food, multiplies with every extra person to feed. a family of 3 can spend over 600 a month on these recipes. Not very affordable to people on minimal wage for example especially if theres 2 or more people to feed but only 1 person in the house getting income

  • This whole video gave me hope to live �� thank you so much!
    Though I’m here only because I’ve seen you struggle with pancakes/crepes or whatever you can call it fun fact: frying them on iron is close to impossible so I’m so sorry you did that to yourself ��

  • I love these videos! More budget eats please! Struggle is real with budgeting grocery bill. I love how you are super creative with your meals. More Asian dishes FTW ����.

  • Dorm friendly, as in you buy the ingredients, bring them back then cook them. Also, lots of dorms have full refrigerators and kitchens

  • Real low cost cooking is not heating a whole oven to make a few sandwiches. Hi electric or gas bills at the end of the month are not low cost….

  • I’ve watched a lot of people do, or try to do what I saw you do. I’m just saying I subscribed to your channel and I liked and commented ��. I love what you made and it’s easy the way you showed me how to do it ��

  • As an israeli, the Shakshuka dish is absolutely close to my heart and the recipe,-which is already printed in my bloodstream���� from an early age,it is an honour to view this one & thanks very&very much for sharing the vegan version���������� its ausome!!!and sounds delicios & so easy to prepare…again thanks ��…for myself this is a combination of nostalgy & creative-healthy vegan food,so i’m so happy you posted this via youtube& FB,Keep Up your work you are great!!! Your friend from Israel,Shelly ����������������

  • Finally tried the chicken think I baked it a little too long so some pieces were extra crunchy, but they were still so good!!! And not at all difficult to make. I’m sorry My daughter and I ate it all before I thought “Hey, I forgot to take a picture!” Oh no! I’ll have to make it again! 😉 I added aquafaba and oat milk to the leftover coating mixture and made little pancakes also really delicious!

  • June you’re cooking your behind off and he’s asking for pork dumplings, make sure he buys the groceries before you cook for him again.

  • How long will these keep in the freezer? Also, do you put the glass containers in anything or do you just place them fight in the deep freezer? Will they get freezer burn?

  • Just… naan bread, basil, cheese, tomatoes (and maybe olive oil if you have some) then make a pizza and stick that in a toaster oven

  • Put your frozen tofu package and all in a bowl of cold water, it will defrost quickly. I don’t use a microwave because well, they suck.

  • I just saw her fling seasonings and ingredients here and there so quickly I was like “Hold on gadam did she even measure? ��” Overall I’m impressed

  • Yeah Meals for One! Too bad I can’t eat nightshades, so no tomato or peppers. I live alone and need simple but delicious serve one meals, thanks Mary.

  • The video is just great I love to mac and nooch recipe it lokks really good �� Also, I have a question, isn’t it dangerous to freeze again something that has already been defrosted? That’s what i’ve been said my whole life

  • I think the name one pot pasta comes from putting the needed ingrediants all at once without too many cooking steps,, only few of the above recipes matched this definition ��

  • GREETINGS! I love recipes for one! I am one and this is so cool! Thank you so much! If you have more, I sure would love to see them. Just one more reason for me to follow you, not that I need another….. LOL!

  • We all no that that meat was not cooked in The microwave on the chicken you can see the grill marks�� you basically want people to get sick because we all know that chicken won’t be cooked it’s going to take way more than two minutes to cook it

  • Just found your channel and love it!! My son wants to make the instant pot quinoa enchilada. If I could put in a request for larger batch meals:) our boys have huge appetites and 1 # of meat even w veggies doesn’t go far. I know I can double but sometimes struggle w knowing if cook times etc change esp for instant pot. Thanks!!

  • It’s summer, I just ate a weeks worth of leftover mac and cheese / I thought I was over pasta / sees this video / nope I’m not over pasta damn how appealing those linguinis are

  • I looked a lot for something like this… most of the stuff that i find on youtube is “easy quick” meals that have ingredients that i didn’t even know that existed.
    I recently decided to switch from crappy sad sandwitches (after about 6 months) to an actual meal for work, and I’m really struggling with ideas. So thanks for keeping me fed. Some of the stuff you’re making looks kind of intimidating to make, but no matter how bad i mess up, it can’t be worst than a sandwich.
    I subscribed and I’ll start scanning the channel for more ideas.

  • I live in the uk and can’t seem to find medium-firm tofu anywhere! Only firm, extra firm and silken. The result of the ‘chicken’ is no where near as good as Mary’s:(

  • pretty sure college students don’t have all those ingredients

  • I am enjoying your videos. As an aside, I wanted to tell you that your have the cutest tshirts and blouses. You always look relaxed and casual, but never frumpy or lazy.

  • Lunches are my hardest meal. I work away from home and packing my lunch is such a chore! Can’t wait to try these. Just found your channel yesterday and I’m binge watching. Keep up the great work.:-)

  • I tried the vegan chicken recipe and it literally blew my mind!!!!! I cant believe how delicious it was…thank you so much for this amazing recipe ��

  • little ‘hack’ I personnaly like very much: put a damp cloth underneath the cuttingboard, so it doesn’t slide away while cutting. Love the clear an easy to follow prep!!

  • This can’t be done in Dubai. Some of the key ingredients will cost more than the meal itself in the video. Please do one for Dubai.

  • So first, amazing work, the cook, the queen, “Delish” is a goddess on earth. Second, NGL, the fact this his name is Arin/Aran/Aaron reminds me of the Grumps. Their interactions are concerning similar. Dan & Arin actually act like a married couple. I know that was the joke, but it’s real!

  • Hi Mary, thank you for another mouth-watering video. I especially appreciate the CanCon as we’re inundated with US culture here on the west coast (and online). I’ve double-frozen my tofu but still need to replace the oil in my deep-fryer to make your vegan fried chicken recipe from a while back.

    Recipe request: donair!? It’s not a “thing” out west, but I grew up near Halifax and it was popular, decadent, and delicious. That was a long time ago, before I went veg.

    PS have you tried A&W’s Beyond Meat burger?

  • Love the recipes..but I seldom cook for one. I make lots so I have leftovers! My dinners are lunches etc.. and snacks!
    Love your channel!!!!

  • So good to see someone else does this! I’ve always cooked multiple meals and portions to freeze so that when I get home from work there is hardly anything to do but a home cooked meal ready in minutes! People say I’m boring, I just think I’m organised!! Thanks for sharing this. X

  • THE MACARONI ONE DID NOT WORK IT WAS ROCK HARD! (Sorry I had to put in caps so people would notice I don’t want people having rock hard macaroni)

  • This is my 12th “low cost” recipe video of the night before I go grocery shopping.

    I have come to the conclusion that me and my family are probably going to starve to death because there is no such thing as cheap food that doesn’t have the nutritional value of cardboard.

  • Good morning! Today is Saturday September 7, 2019 and I just found your channel and SUBSCRIBED��. I’m so excited and looking forward to making your meals ��

  • So happy I found this video, it seriously means a lot to see another Chinese American using ingredients and techniques I recognize

  • YOU are the answer to my single vegan lady prayers! I literally was wishing for vegan recipes for 1. I hate to admit this (*cringe* please don’t hate on me!) but because I don’t eat much, and I’m trying to find good multi-use glass food storage set that isn’t insanely expensive, I waste a lot of food. I wish more people who post recipes would specify if the food is freezable & how to do so.

    I am hoping to try these soon -especially that tofu technique!!

    You seem pretty cool. ��♥️
    More vegan recipes for one are definitely encouraged!!

  • If you use your chopping knife to push/scrape things off your cutting board, flip it over, so the dull (non-cutting edge) is making contact with the board. Otherwise, in time, using the sharp edge to scrape against the cutting board will dull your knife.

  • Is the pasta precooked or do you just throw it in straight from the bag and cook it in the sauce? That would save SOOOOOOO much time!

  • Gonna try the enchilada and Vietnamese ground beef! Curry is already a staple. My boyfriend and I are big eaters though, so I think I’ll double the quantities and hope it’s still manageable to stir:p or prep dessert… Gonna search on your channel for freezable cake rightaway ��

  • Omg, so clever! Truly, you have to love cooking because you even got your weekly + 1 day for 2 people down to under $25! Who does that nowdays? YOU DO!!! ����������

  • Is it me or my parents told meh Never microwave or cook food In the microwave ya probably meh and that microwave has been thru alot

  • I made the chicken curry meal and added some more ingredients of my own and oh my goodness delicious! Thanks for the meal ideas, you got yourself a new subscriber!

  • I watched everything! I can’t remember staying in youtube for 55 minutes (including the ads) in other videos. Hahahaha. Awesome! SUBSCRIBED!

  • How does it (the tofu) taste the next day? I wanna have it for my lunch at work? Can you reheat it in the oven? I have access to a oven could I leave the sauce off until get to work and heat it again? Or would it get soggy?

  • Loved this video, so glad to find your channel. I make quinoa every week for lunch the same way in my Instant pot very similar recipe too. What kind of freezer do you use to store your cooked meals?

  • Cooking rice without an instant pot is not a problem, no matter how much you make. As a rule, I usually just fill enough water to fill the whole pot. There’s no real need to measure the water, because you can use a sieve and drain it afterward. (Unlike with an instant pot.)

    Brilliant video btw. Do you have more like this? Especially things that are easy and quick to make, but can be made in bulk and frozen. (I’m surprisingly good at cooking, mainly thanks to Cooking for Geeks, which approaches it scientifically, but I also absolutely hate cooking. Ever. But it is by far both healthier and cheaper than the alternatives.)

  • I have a whole bunch of canning jars I would like to use instead. Would you recommend putting the rice on the top or the bottom of the jar?

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    Ground beef, seasoned breadcrumbs, minced onions, an egg, half tablespoons of salt and pepper and there!
    This is going to be the best meatball recipe ever inspired by your hairstyle, meatball head!

  • Simple recipes + Whole food ingredients + Balanced meals + tasteful + freezer friendly = Officially the best meal prep video on youtube. Thank you! Your channel is amazing, this video my favourite within that. All your hard work is much appreciated.

  • Everyone hating on her partner critique is being ridiculous!! If I cook something my husband doesn’t think is good he better be honest and tell me!! Seeing that I cook for him, myself, and our daughter what they like and dislike is important to me! No matter how hard I’ve worked on a meal if it ain’t good then I know how to tweak it the next time or not make it again so that my family is happy and eat the food I make and nothing goes to waste! Do not talk shit about other people’s relationship when all you see is cut clips from a video on YouTube!! June you are amazing ❤️

  • শুধু বস্তুগত ঔষধ নয়। বরং মুমিনদের দুয়া দিয়েই চিকিৎসা শুরু করতে হবে। এখানেও প্রিভেন্টিভ আর প্রটেক্টিভ দুই ধরনের ঔষধ আছে।

    প্রিভেনশন এর জন্য, দুরারোগ্য রোগ থেকে বাচার দুটি দোয়া,

    اللَّهُمَّ إِنِّي أَعُوذُ بِكَ مِنْ مُنْكَرَاتِ الأَخْلاَقِ وَالأَعْمَالِ وَالأَهْوَاءِ وَ الْاَدْوَاءِ
    হে আল্লাহ! নিশ্চয় আমি তোমার কাছে খারাপ চরিত্র, অন্যায় কাজ ও কুপ্রবৃত্তির অনিষ্টতা এবং রোগ বালাই থেকে আশ্রয় চাই।

    اللَّهمَّ إِنِّي أَعُوُذُ بِكَ مِنَ الْبرَصِ، وَالجُنُونِ، والجُذَامِ، وسَّيٍّءِ الأَسْقَامِ
    হে আল্লাহ! আমি তোমার নিকট ধবল, কুষ্ঠ এবং উন্মাদনা সহ সব ধরনের কঠিন দূরারোগ্য ব্যাধি থেকে পানাহ চাই।

    প্রটেকশনের জন্য অসুস্থ হয়ে গেলে এই দোয়া,

    اللَّهُمَّ أَذْهِبِ الْبَاسَ رَبَّ النَّاسِ وَاشْفِ أَنْتَ الشَّافِيْ لاَ شِفَاءَ إِلاَّ شِفَاؤُكَ شِفَاءً لاَ يُغَادِرُ سَقَمًا
    হে আল্লাহ! হে মানুষের রব! কষ্ট দূর করে দাও, আরোগ্য দান করো, তুমিই আরোগ্য দানকারী, তোমার আরোগ্যদান ছাড়া আরোগ্য লাভ করা যায় না, এমনভাবে আরোগ্য দান করো যা কোন রোগকে ছাড়ে না।

    আরবীতেই পড়তে হবে এমন না। মহান আল্লাহ সব ভাষাই জানেন। আমাদের জন্য সহজ করুক।P

  • This is a very bad one-pan-pasta video. The whole point of one-pan recipes is to save on the dishes afterwards. If you have to take stuff out to drain or cook something else, you have to add dishes. Every pasta can be a one-pan pasta if you wish to mix all the stuff when it’s ready. A one-pan recipe = throw all this stuff in and cook it, no draining, it’s ready when everything is cooked.

  • Also there is no way most of these things are getting cookies in the microwave for example the potato, you actually have to BAKE it or microwave it for like a million hours-

  • I know alot of people use only the head of broccoli and throw the rest away.

    What I do is shred it and throw it in a salad and gives the salad a natural salty taste so you do not have to add dressing.

    You can do that with cauliflower as well.

  • Ahhh, that’s my mistake. I was using extra firm. Granted, I loved the more stable spongey texture for soups and salads, but I’m going for medium next time.

  • This was so informative on tofu. I had no idea you could freeze and the versatility of recipes really inspired me! Count me in on your newsletter.

  • That tofu looks ridiculously amazing! And tahini + nooch for an easy mac and cheese sauce is so much easier than lugging out the Vitamix and blending cashews! I have a microwave/convection oven combo like this, and really only use the oven function when I’m doing a really big cook and NEED the extra baking and roasting space. But that little bit at the end with the crisped up leftover onion rings, now you’re making me think this thing could actually be put to some good use! Off to find a crisper tray!

  • That brand of tofu is so hard to open!!! I also always resort to a knife, so I have never successfully peeled it open.:P
    Definitely going to try this vegan Buffalo chicken I miss Buffalo chicken since I can’t digest meat without severe digestive consequences anymore.

  • Hi and thanks for the recipes and your time, you are great!
    To prevent your cutting boards to slide on the counter while you cut the food put a sheet of wet paper towel beneath it. You have a great number of followers here in Brazil.

  • I actually really like that he gives her his actual opinion (and obviously she wants it or she wouldn’t ask). I’ve done this plenty of times where I work super hard on something and it’s disappointingly flavored at the end of the day makes me feel better when an actual top chef does it too! Loved this vid now looking back for the older ones!

  • Step one: watch tasty’s video’s
    Step two: find something you want to make
    Step three: realize you don’t have the things to make it
    Step four: order something that really similar to the result of the recipe
    Step five: enjoy!

  • Forget making spaghetti squash, WHY IS THERE “*bAnAnA cHoCoLaTe*”?!��������as a Belgian person I’m weirded out by this considering we have never heard of a “*bAnAnA cHoCoLaTe*”

  • Awesome job Tasty!!…. As for complainers… Get a pt job like the rest of us to afford basic needs.. Kinda the point.. Learning to survive

  • Just made the mac & nooch and I am BAFFLED at how delicious this sauce was. really impressive for this flexitarian!! love from ontario.


  • I have always loved shakshuka but never liked the egg part, I am totally making this version!!!! And the buffalo tofu looks so realistic

  • One small criticism: Many of the recipes didn’t take into account all the spices added to the dishes in the $25.

    That being said, this was outstanding!

  • Hooray!!! I found one more CANADIAN channel! Thanks for being here. It makes such a big difference with the ingredients. I also love you’re big on recycle/reusable/reusables!!

  • Thats close to 100 bucks for 4 days! I did meal prepping for the week for a full year and only spent maybe 120 for a full week for FOUR people, and this video is for just one person.