Keto Meal Prep for the Week | Healthy Meal Prep for Keto Diet





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Try this keto meal prep for the week with an easy keto breakfast, lunch, and 2 delicious keto dinner options! A healthy low carb meal prep for keto dieters and those following a ketogenic lifestyle.

First, I’ve got an easy keto breakfast smoothie made with just 4 ingredients. Then, for my keto lunch meal prep I’m sharing my keto cobb salad recipe served with one of my favorite keto salad dressing brands. And finally, I’ve got 2 different meal prep dinner options: a shirataki noodles keto chicken alfredo, as well as chicken & shirataki noodles cooked Thai curry style!

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THRIVE MARKET PRODUCTS from this video:
► Coconut Milk
► Chocolate Keto Meal
► French Roast Coffee, Whole Bean
► Cashew Butter
► Keto Creamer
► Tessemae’s Ranch Vinaigrette Dressing
► Fettuccine Shirataki Noodles
► Spinach Fettuccine Shirataki Noodles
► Angel Hair Shirataki Noodles
► Duck Fat
► Ghee
► Yellow Thai Coconut Curry
► No Dairy Roasted Garlic Alfredo Sauce
► Chicken Bone Broth
► Beef Bone Broth
► Raw Macadamia Nuts

RECIPES from this video:
► KETO BREAKFAST SMOOTHIE
► KETO COBB SALAD

► SHIRATAKI NOODLES KETO DINNER RECIPES: Full recipes in 3-2-1 eBook!

SHIRATAKI NOODLES
4 bags (7oz ea.) Shirataki noodles of choice

Add noodles to a sieve over the sink to drain. Rinse thoroughly and drain completely.
Transfer to a skillet over medium-high to high heat with a bit of oil or fat. (Use separate skillets if preparing different noodles for different dishes)
Cook for about 5 minutes, using tongs to jostle the noodles as they heat through. (Steam is a good sign here, you want the liquid to evaporate.)
When you hear a squeaking noise while stirring, they’re done! Remove from skillet and store for meal prep.

CHICKEN & BROCCOLI
drizzle of oil
½ cup chopped onion
2lbs chicken thighs, cut into cubes or strips
4-6 cups broccoli florets

Heat a skillet over high heat with cooking oil or fat. Saute onion for 2-3 minutes.
Add cubed chicken thighs to hot pan, cooking 4-5 minutes until browned. Turn and cook another 3-5 minutes until cooked through. Remove chicken from pan and set aside.
Add additional oil or fat to the pan over medium heat and add broccoli florets. Saute for a few minutes to brown, then add 1-2 Tablespoons of water, cover with lid, and steam until fork tender.
Combine ½ cooked chicken with ½ cooked broccoli in 2 separate pans.
Toss each batch with different sauce. Store separately from noodles until ready to eat.

CHICKEN FETTUCCINI ALFREDO
2 bags (7oz ea) Shirataki noodles
½ cooked chicken & broccoli

1 cup Primal Kitchen Garlic Alfredo
⅓ – ½ cup chicken bone broth
¼ cup nutritional yeast

Per serving, yields 4:
268 calories | 11g fat | 14g carbs | 5g fiber | 2g sugars | 30g protein
9g net carbs

THAI CURRY CHICKEN & NOODLES
2 bags (7oz ea) Shirataki noodles
½ cooked chicken & broccoli

1 jar (2 cups) Yai’s Thai Yellow Thai Coconut Curry
½ cup chicken bone broth

Per serving, yields 4:
348 calories | 21g fat | 14g carbs | 5g fiber | 4g sugars | 28g protein
9g net carbs

STUFF from this video:
► NUTRIBULLET BLENDER COMBO
► GLASS MEAL PREP CONTAINERS:
► 2-COMPARTMENT GLASS STORAGE CONTAINERS:
► 1 OZ DRESSING/DIP PLASTIC CONTAINERS:
► ICE CUBE TRAYS w/ LID:
► STAINLESS STEEL STRAWS:
► SILICONE WHISK:
► SCOOP COLANDER SLOTTED SPOON:
► MINI TONGS:
► WOODEN SPOONS:
► 16OZ MASON JARS:
► 32OZ MASON JARS:
► BLACK T-FAL NONSTICK JUMBO SAUTE PAN:
► RACHAEL RAY BLUE COOKWARE:
► CUISINART CAST IRON HOT PLATE:

27 comments

  1. If you don't live in the U.S. or other places where Thrive delivers, then the value of this video significantly decreases. Otherwise, good tips. I prefer videos where they show me how to easily make the sauces from scratch.

  2. You did a good job showing the wide range of products that Thrive Market has to offer, they chose well in sponsoring you. I don't understand people complaining about the sponsorship, this was an informative video despite the advertising and helps reach a lot of people who'd like to eat a certain way but don't know where to start. Plus, everyone's gotta make money.

  3. For some odd reason im not annoyed with the almost-whole-video advertising. Im not sarcastic, honest. That's probably because she presented it in such a way that is actually trying to help the viewers rather than just plain advertising

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