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It’s been a while since I’ve posted a weekly dairy-free meal prep, so here’s what I’m cooking up this weekend. Wishing you a wonderful week, and if it’s school vacation week where you are, best of luck!
I love this recipe because it takes no more than two minutes to put everything in a jar, give it a shake, and breakfast is waiting for me in the refrigerator the next day. You can top it with freshly sliced bananas, blueberries, strawberries, grated apple, a little bit of peanuts, and/or some chocolate chips.
This recipe isn’t rocket science but it’s quick, easy, and great for lunchboxes. I make a double batch of this so we have leftovers for lunch, and it’s always a favorite. Pair it with a salad or some roasted vegetables for a healthy side option.
There’s just something about a good old-fashioned comfort food that makes me happy. If you’re new to Bigos, don’t be intimidated by the term “Hunter’s Stew”. This is a Polish stew that’s full of smoky kielbasa, pork, and cabbage. It’s easy to make but you do need a few hours to let it simmer. Once it’s done you’ll have a delicious dinner with plenty of leftovers for the week. This is a great Sunday meal prep option, and you can serve it as-is or with a side of boiled potatoes, crusty bread, or some pierogi.
I have some overripe bananas to use up so I’ll be using them in these Easy Banana Oat Bars. These are a great option if you’re tired of banana bread and muffins, and kids always love them.