Angela Borges: How to meal prep for your week in 30 minutes

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The ultimate 30-minute meal prep: Nutritionist reveals how she prepares half a week’s worth of food fast – and the hacks everyone should know

  • A nutritionist has shared her 30 minute meal prep method for the week
  • Angela Borges is a weight loss nutritionist who shares her weekly meal prep
  • Then meals include truffle burger bowl, perinaise tuna rice and apple pie oats
  • Angela aims to make realistic healthy eating plans for professional busy woman 

A weight loss nutritionist and meal-prep expert has shared the 30 minute weekly preparation method she swears by. 

Angela Borges, an Australian nutritionist, often shares her simple meal preparation recipes for busy and professional women and her top recipes include a truffle burger bowl, perinaise tuna rice, apple pie oats and a cheese and fruit snack.

The nutritionist, who runs The healthy Diary, is on a mission to make nourishing and balanced recipes to help busy women eat healthier in a more sustainable and ‘long-lasting’ way.

An Australian based nutritionist has shared her simple meal preparation recipes for busy and professional women, including a truffle burger bowl, perinaise tuna rice, apple pie oats and a cheese and fruit snack

An Australian based nutritionist has shared her simple meal preparation recipes for busy and professional women, including a truffle burger bowl, perinaise tuna rice, apple pie oats and a cheese and fruit snack

The meal-prep pro has formulated a plan where a weeks worth of recipes can be prepared in 30 minutes

The nutritionist creates nourishing and balanced recipes to help women eat healthier in a'long-lasting' way

The meal-prep pro has formulated a plan where a weeks worth of recipes can be prepared in 30 minutes. The nutritionist creates nourishing and balanced recipes to help women eat healthier in a ‘long-lasting’ way

The 30 minute meal prep is ‘easy peasy lemon squeezy,’ according to Angela who shared her method on TikTok.

‘Today I’m going to show you the meals that I prepare for the week in just 30 minutes,’ she said.

For breakfast, Angela prepared apple pie oats which requires oats, sliced apple, milk and cinnamon.

How to do a 30-minute meal prep

Breakfast: Apple pie porridge

Ingredients: Oats, milk, apple slices and cinnamon 

Lunch: Truffle burger bowl

Ingredients:  Salad, cherry tomato, onion, grated cheese, burger, truffle mayo, croutons

Dinner: Perinaise tuna bowl

Ingredients:  Siracha rice, tinned tuna, salad mix, perinaise

Snacks: Cheese, crackers and fruit

Angela made a truffle burger bowl, with salad, cherry tomato, onion, grated cheese, burger, truffle mayo and croutons for lunch and for dinner the nutritionist prepared a perinaise tuna bowl, her ‘absolute favourite meal.’

‘You don’t have to prep anything you just need to have your ingredients ready,’ she said.

The perinaise tuna bowl contains siracha rice, tinned tuna, salad mix and perinaise sauce – Peri-peri mayo.

The Australian based nutritionist has designed her meal-preparation around her busy lifestyle, and believes it will suit other professional women

The Australian based nutritionist has designed her meal-preparation around her busy lifestyle, and believes it will suit other professional women

Meal-prepping tips 

* The number one mistake people make is attempting to prepare every meal

* For those new to meal-prepping start with prepping the meal you find hardest to make

*Lock a time in for prepping and stick to, and then leave the kitchen

Food storage hacks

* Keep cut vegetables in water and wash berries with white vinegar

*Separate liquid dressings from salad leaves to stop the leaves from becoming tooo wet and soggy

* Store lettuce in water to extend its life on a Sunday 

 

Angela prepared several snacks, including brie cheese, crackers, blueberries, and mangos.

The nutritionist has shared other 30 minute meal prep plans, including Mexican Caesar salad for lunch and chicken and pasta feta salad for dinner. 

Apple pie oats are a breakfast staple for Angela, and she prepared and on the go snacks such as oranges and protein bars.

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