Is it just me or do you feel like you’re using Monopoly money when you pay for things using apps/rewards cards/etc.? I downloaded the sweetgreen app a couple months ago and every time I checked out by scanning my phone, it didn’t even register that I was spending actual money. Umm hello reality check. Guys. I looked at my bank statement the other day and had spent $112 on salads in ONE WEEK. That’s horrifying.
Anyway, after that I’ve been making a big effort to meal prep on Sunday or Monday and eat the majority of my meals AT HOME. It’s a great way to save money, so for my third installment of the #GRONKonomics series with 360 Savings from Capital One, I’m sharing what I prepped at the start of last week. My oven is currently broken, so the slow cooker is now my best friend …
Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken & Veggies from Damn Delicious
Peanut Butter Protein Bites
I don’t remember my exact ingredient ratios for these but honestly they weren’t amazing so it’s not even worth sharing the recipe (haha). I did protein powder, honey roasted peanut butter, raisins, vanilla extract and then rolled them in hemp seeds. Good, but nothing to write home about.
Butternut Squash Soup
I shared the recipe for this one earlier this week. So yummy!
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Are you meal prepping this week? Whatcha makin’?
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Capital One. All opinions—as always!—are my own.