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Health coach shares her simple recipe for the ‘easiest’ meal prep recipe you’ll ever make

A health coach has shared her simple recipe for the ‘easiest’ meal prep recipe you’ll ever make, and you only need a few fridge and pantry staples.

Health expert Talya Bubeck, from Sydney, said her simple vegetable frittata takes under an hour to make, and can easily serve you for five working week lunches.

‘This is the easiest meal prep you’ll ever do, and yummiest regardless of looks – trust me,’ Tayla wrote on her Instagram page.

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A health coach has shared her simple recipe for the ‘easiest’ meal prep recipe you’ll ever make, and you only need a few fridge and pantry staples (the vegetable frittata pictured)

Health expert Talya Bubeck (pictured), from Sydney, said her simple vegetable frittata takes under an hour to make, and can easily serve you for five working week lunches

Health expert Talya Bubeck (pictured), from Sydney, said her simple vegetable frittata takes under an hour to make, and can easily serve you for five working week lunches

'This is the easiest meal prep you'll ever do, and yummiest regardless of looks - trust me,' Tayla wrote on her Instagram page (the frittata pictured)

'This is the easiest meal prep you'll ever do, and yummiest regardless of looks - trust me,' Tayla wrote on her Instagram page (the frittata pictured)

‘This is the easiest meal prep you’ll ever do, and yummiest regardless of looks – trust me,’ Tayla wrote on her Instagram page (the frittata pictured)

To make the frittata, Tayla said you need to get your hands on an onion, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, Parmesan cheese and egg whites.

After chopping the onion, mushrooms and cherries in half, she said you need to add them to a baking tray, drizzle your egg whites on top and add Parmesan.

Then, bake the dish in the oven for around 40 minutes until the top is golden and crispy, before slicing and enjoying throughout the week.

‘Stop it, this looks amazing,’ one woman wrote.

‘Genius, am making this this week,’ another added. 

To make the frittata, Tayla said you need to get your hands on an onion, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, Parmesan cheese and egg whites (pictured)

To make the frittata, Tayla said you need to get your hands on an onion, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, Parmesan cheese and egg whites (pictured)

How to make Tayla’s ‘easiest’ meal prep frittata 

Tayla shared the recipe for the frittata online (pictured)

Tayla shared the recipe for the frittata online (pictured)

INGREDIENTS

One onion

Three handfuls of cherry tomatoes, chopped in half

Three handfuls of mushrooms, chopped

8-9 egg whites (and yolks if you want), whisked

Parmesan cheese

METHOD

1. Chop all of your vegetables up and lay them on a baking tray covered in baking paper.

2. Drizzle your egg whites over the top of the vegetables, making sure to coat the veg evenly.

3. Add salt and pepper to your taste and sprinkle Parmesan over the top.

4. Bake in the oven for 40 minutes until crispy and golden on the top.

Source: Tayla Bubeck 

After chopping the onion, mushrooms and cherries in half, she said you simply need to add them to a baking tray, drizzle your egg whites on top and add Parmesan (pictured)

After chopping the onion, mushrooms and cherries in half, she said you simply need to add them to a baking tray, drizzle your egg whites on top and add Parmesan (pictured)

After chopping the onion, mushrooms and cherries in half, she said you simply need to add them to a baking tray, drizzle your egg whites on top and add Parmesan (pictured)

Previously, secondary school teacher and 'meal prep queen' Katie Lolas (pictured), from Sydney, shared her top meal prepping tips

Previously, secondary school teacher and ‘meal prep queen’ Katie Lolas (pictured), from Sydney, shared her top meal prepping tips

Previously, secondary school teacher and ‘meal prep queen’ Katie Lolas, from Sydney, shared her top meal prepping tips.

The 35-year-old said things like hummus, casseroles and soups are easy to make out of long-life ingredients – and they also save you a lot of money.

She also recommends planning meal prepping around sales and promotions found in supermarket catalogues before your weekly shop and picking recipes with fruits and vegetables that are in season as it’s cheaper.

‘Vegetables that are in season include Asian greens like boy choy and Chinese broccoli, eggplant, kale, leeks, mushrooms and potatoes,’ Katie told FEMAIL.

‘Seasonal fruit includes grapes, apples, plums, avocados, pears, oranges, guava. These are plentiful and available at most local groceries for a competitive price.’

It’s equally as important to choose recipes that can be frozen or that will make enough food for the entire week and to make healthy snacks to save money.

The 35-year-old (pictured) said things like hummus, casseroles and soups are easy to make out of long-life ingredients - and they also save you a lot of money

The 35-year-old (pictured) said things like hummus, casseroles and soups are easy to make out of long-life ingredients – and they also save you a lot of money

If you want a nutritious and well-balanced lunch and are new to meal prepping, Katie said you should always start your supermarket shop in the fruit and veg section (her fridge pictured)

If you want a nutritious and well-balanced lunch and are new to meal prepping, Katie said you should always start your supermarket shop in the fruit and veg section (her fridge pictured)

If you want a nutritious and well-balanced lunch and are new to meal prepping, Katie said you should always start your supermarket shop in the fruit and veg section.

‘Chances are, the fruit and veg section of your local supermarket is rammed full of pre-prepped options, such as mixed salads, chopped veggies in a roasting tin prepped and ready for the oven, zucchini noodles, microwavable greens and much more,’ Katie said.

If you invest in just a few of these, you shouldn’t have to do too much in the way of prep once you get home.

Katie recommends you shop seasonally to get the best deals – and keep an eye out for sales and promotions where you might score a good deal. 

What are some of the top budget meal prep tips? 

* Shop seasonally to get the best deals.

* Get catalogues and keep an eye out online and in store for sales and promotions where you might score a good deal.

*  Things like hummus, casseroles and soups are easy to make out of long-life ingredients – and they also save you a lot of money.

* Pick recipes with fruit and veg that are in season as this will be cheaper.

* Choose recipes that you can freeze for the entire week as they will last you longer.

* Tinned vegetables are a cheap way to bulk out meals and can also be added to mince if you’re making spaghetti bolognese.




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