These Mediterranean Meal Prep Bowls are super tasty! This is an easy healthy dinner or lunch recipe that you’ll love and you can meal prep for the week in around 30 minutes…That’s right, 30 minutes! Made with fresh salad, hummus, and some chicken and chickpeas this simple healthy meal prep recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free and high-protein and will help you eat healthy throughout the week.
Mediterranean Meal Prep Bowls
If you’re wanting to stay on track with your fitness or weight loss goals, even when you’re staying at home 24/7, you need to make these Mediterranean Bowls.
This is probably the only recipe that’s been able to keep me away from eating pizza and pasta 24/7 for the past few weeks. It’s delicious and absolutely healthy.
When I already have it in my fridge, I’m not gonna go through the entire process of preparing dough and baking it with some pizza sauce and cheese on top in the oven. Although, this may or may not have happened quite a few times lately – it was for toddler educational purposes.
Maintaining A Healthy Weight Living Indoors
Currently, I’m kinda doing intermittent fasting, because my toddler’s been keeping me quite busy. I kinda forget to eat throughout the day and then I get really hungry at 5 pm, so having a healthy meal ready to eat in the fridge is kinda like a guardian angel that I created myself.
I know, my current eating habits might not be the best way to maintain a healthy weight, but this is the way life is currently. It’s not perfect, but it’s okay right now.
With the lack of natural movement aka walking in everyday life, I find it even more important to focus on a super clean diet right now. I’ve also decided to prioritize and actually do a 20-30 minute Pilates and Barre workout every day at home. I will be sharing my favorites in a roundup very soon.
Mediterranean Meal Prep Bowls Ingredients
These meal prep bowls are simple and filled with really delicious whole foods:
- this 15-Minute spicy chicken and chickpeas
- a healthy fresh salad with cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers and scallions
- a good amount of hummus – don’t be stingy with the hummus, okay?
And that is it!
How To Meal Prep
You prepare all of the single parts, put them in separate containers and you’re good to go with your meal prep. Although, when making the salad, make sure to not add dressing and to not be cutting the tomatoes – use whole cherry tomatoes if you’re going to meal prep this otherwise it will get soggy within a day.
You can also add some avocado or this avocado sauce, some tzatziki, another yogurt-based sauce or this creamy garlicky cashew sauce for a dairy-free option.
I hope you enjoy these!
Mediterranean Dinner Bowls With Chicken And Chickpeas (GF, High-Protein Meal Prep)
Mediterranean meal prep bowls recipe with chicken and chickpeas! This healthy Mediterranean diet recipe is amazing! It's filling, satisfying and super delicious. An easy healthy chicken dinner recipe that is gluten-free, dairy-free and high-protein.
- spicy chicken and chickpeas
- 1 cup tomatoes
- 1 cucumber
- 2 tbsp parsley chopped
- 2 scallions, chopped
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 cup cabbage, chopped
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- 1 garlic clove, minced
Put the cabbage in a salad bowl and massage it with the lemon juice, garlic, some salt and a little bit of olive oil.
In another bowl make the tomato cucumber salad by combining the chopped tomatoes, chopped cucumber, scallion, parsley, 1 tbsp olive oil and some salt.
To start arranging your bowl - add some cabbage as the base, then top with the spicy chicken with chickpeas, the salad and place the hummus in the middle.
Serve immediately or follow the meal prep instructions below.
To meal prep this recipe, prepare the hummus and the spicy chicken and chickpeas and keep them in airtight containers in the fridge. Instead of the salad, use whole cherry tomatoes, roughly chopped cucumber and other vegetables of choice on the side, you could also use roasted vegetables if you enjoy them - do not add dressing! Assemble your bowl when it's meal time and enjoy!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 351Total Fat: 13gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 10gCholesterol: 85mgSodium: 432mgCarbohydrates: 21gFiber: 6gSugar: 6gProtein: 37g
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