I've been asked about meal prepping frequently.

Way back when I had to drive to an office and had lunch breaks and a boss etc., I was a pro meal prepper.

As life changes, my eating cycle has changed quite a bit. I've never been a breakfast person. Like, I eat breakfast foods but not during breakfast hour & I have never been able to eat first thing in the morning... ever.

Since I'm not a morning person, breakfast & lunch have become one meal & it's usually something REALLY quick because that happens to be mid morning when I'm already doing 20 things.

I realize I'm a bit of a freak but these 4 breakfast meal preps are great for anyone that needs to get a quick fix before they head out in the morning & also work great as mid day snacks!

1. Hard Boiled Eggs & Avocado - This seems like a no brainer, but it's the biggest lifesaver & time saver. Eggs and avocado are packed with protein and healthy fats. I douse mine in olive oil, salt, pepper & paprika. They taste so good together!

This is perfect for breakfast & afternoon snack. You can prepare the eggs on Sunday and enjoy them throughout the week & only takes about 10 minutes to prepare.

If you need some help learning how to boil the perfect egg, read more HERE from the Food Network.
2. Banana Blueberry Beauty Muffins - I wrote about this delicious treat a few months back & eat these for breakfast, snack and even dessert. They are SO good & take like no time to prep / bake.

They are so easy to make, moist, delicious, PACKED with fiber & keep your skin glowing and youthful with the help of collagen powder.

Bake these on Sunday evening and you can enjoy them for the week ahead.

Find the recipe HERE.
3. Overnight Oats - I LOVE overnight oats! They take very little effort to make and can hang out in the fridge for days.

This overnight oat dish is seriously one of my favorite snacks of all time. I love it in the morning for breakfast, mid-day snack and even dessert. Sergio seriously loves this stuff too!

Although it doesn't take much time to make, it does take around a day and half to "cook". The soaking method is great because all of the ingredients marinate together which gives each bite a full flavor taste.
4. Smoothie Prep - Smoothies don't take much time to make, but in the rush of the morning or even mid day, gathering ingredients, peeling, grating etc. can take time & cleanup.

If you want to have a smoothie every morning, grab a ziplock bag and put everything in the bag, including supplements, powders etc. & stick it in the freezer.

On Sunday, I'll pack 5 smoothies. Sometimes the same ones, or all different. In the morning before I go to blend, I'll pour a little water, coconut water or almond milk (depending on what kind I'm having) to loosen up the contents and flush everything out of the bag into the mixer.

HERE is a recipe to my go-to, Maca Mocha Morning Shake.