Hi! Yes, I get it! It is hard to cook when you get home from a long day at work. I am a preschool teacher and have 12 2-year-olds in my class. When I am off work I want to sit in silence and do nothing!
Here is what I do. One day on the weekend usually Sunday I do batch cooking. I pick a few recipes that I can prepare, portion out into containers and freeze. I bake a healthy lasagna, tuna bake, soups. I'll cook the spicy turkey meatloaf from the cookbook and freeze those up. Roast a chicken, then make wraps, sandwiches, salad. This works for me. I have no excuse to go thru the drive thru because there are quick meals sitting in my freezer. I also use this food to pack my cooler for lunches.
I will also pick up some of the EatWell meals from fresh and easy they taste great and only cost two bucks add a salad and a piece of fruit and I'm good to go.
OH and if I have to eat out I choose SubWay because it's healthy and safe.
Anyway I hope that helps. It takes time to eat healthy and it's expensive. But since I have been doing it I feel so much better.
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