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MEAL PREP for FALL | healthy recipes + PDF guide



New meal prep recipes for fall! With 11 ingredients create a variety of healthy recipes and hearty meals with seasonal produce, including warm breakfasts, healthy snacks and nourishing dinners.

This is the last seasonal meal prep video in a series (plus a meal prep containers video). So make sure to go back and watch the others to learn more about my approach to meal prep, which is to prep a handful of wholesome ingredients for easy, mix-and-match meals throughout the week. Meal planning and meal prepping has never been easier!

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  1. Hi guys! I've finally got the last video in my seasonal meal prep series! I hope you enjoy all these new recipes and ideas. Don't forget to watch through to the end to see my bloopers. Sometimes talking can be difficult. 😉 xo – Lisa

  2. AMAZING video, you are awesome!!! Thank you for all these great ideas, we are learning so much from you.

  3. It is very delicious recipes loved yummy yummy thanks for sharing keep it up good work God bless you..

  4. I’m in a big meal planning rut so I typed in sheet pan dinners, landed on your Greek chicken recipe, and now I can’t stop watching! So excited to make some of these recipes that will add new flavors and fit the variety of dietary needs in our household! Thanks so much for sharing all of this!!!

  5. hi dear Lisa, i just got to know about your program, i love it!!! and i did recommend it to my family and friends. i also love your personality as well! love to you from southern cal.

  6. With pancake batter just mix it up in a sandwich baggie then snip a hole in the corner to squeeze out the batter onto cooking pan

  7. I did the hummus and it is not the same thing. Not the same colour and not the same texture 🤨. May be i do change my food processor

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  9. So inspired by your videos. Thanks so much for creating them.

  10. I'm so glad I stumbled across your channel. I've recently decided to eat healthier and this is my go-to channel. Lisa's very down to earth and I agree with other comments that she does deserve her own tv show!

  11. Hello Lisa and team! How can I get the pdf? I tried the link, I wrote an email, but it didn't work… Thank you so much! Greetings from Germany

  12. These videos are great. I'd like to see one which also contains ingredients and procedures for soups and other warm hearthy spoon meals

  13. just a quick tip on the can opener. You may want to get the one that just removes the seal (smooth edge) of the can rather than one biting into the metal. You can’t see it but the can opener you are using is grinding the aluminum can to open and little shards end up in your food. Aluminum is very toxic to the body so that would be a great addition to your kitchen tools to maintain your healthy meals.

  14. You can also use thin woven kitchen towels instead of paper towels. Vegetables wrapped in towels can last up to two weeks, even greens such as chard.

  15. Hi again, Lisa! Was wondering what tips you would give about what to consider when choosing a particular apple sauce brand? Because I worry about sugar and preservatives, I've tried making homemade apple sauce in the past to use in some of your recipes, but the consistency is never quite right. So what do you look for in an apple sauce?

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