50 Whole Foods Meal Prep Budget Challenge! – Mind Over Munch

Check out this $50 meal prep for the week, shopping at Whole Foods! With vegan recipes and a one-pot dinner! You CAN be healthy on a budget!
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1lb Frozen strawberries
1lb Frozen pineapple
3 bananas
6oz frozen spinach

Blend everything together in a blender or food processor. You want this to be a very thick smoothie (like smoothie bowl consistency) since you will add more liquid when you blend after frozen. Add a little bit of water as you go to keep things moving and allow it to blend smoothly.
Pour into ice cube trays. Cover and freeze.
When you’re ready to enjoy your smoothie, pop out 8-10 of the cubes (depending on size you may need more or less) and add about 1 cup of water, juice or milk. Blend into a smoothie! Enjoy!
Yields about 5 servings.

1 2/3 cups Steel cut oats
4 c water
¼ tsp salt
1 tsp cinnamon
~2/3 cup currants

Bring oats, water, cinnamon and salt to a boil. Boil for 3 minutes, and then turn off the heat.
Grab 5 jars or containers and distribute the oats into the jars. Allow to sit uncovered for about an hour.
Cover and refrigerate.
When ready to eat, microwave the oats (either in the jar or in a bowl) for 2-3 minutes until cooked through. Stir in your currants and additional cinnamon or sweetener if desired. Enjoy!
Yields 5 servings.

½ cup almonds
½ cup pumpkin seeds
½ cup sunflower seeds
1-2 cups Popcorn kernels
any additional add-ins you like (dried fruit, other nuts, etc)

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  1. I would be interested to know if any of these dishes were freezable like your chickpea rice chicken dish as I would hate to eat the same thing for supper for 5 days straight. I would like to see a video where you do meals that you keep one out for that week and freeze the rest for other weeks

  2. This video is great, love everything in it. My only problem is I can’t eat the same food everyday 😞 probably going to use some of these recipes by themselves though.

  3. This was a great video, I just wish it wasn’t the same dish for each meal, each day… that is so boring and I would never be able to get my kids or husband on board eating the same thing for a week… I’d love to see some similar videos with more variety per meal!

  4. Seriously who down votes this video? The smoothie thing in icecubes…. BRILLIANT!!! I’ve done that with coffee before but I never thought to do that with a smoothie. My only thing is that for me personally I would have to have meat protein for lunch too. I would go over budget but that’s probably okay. Thanks for making this video!

  5. Pricing is so funny. Here, you cannot find a bag of frozen fruit for less than $4.50. On Sale
    Canned beans are $2-3. At a regular grocer, even. But! I wait until oats are on sae for 17¢/100 grams and get a few kilos, which is several pounds.. for the same as you paid. Dried beans are in HUGE bags and about the same price as canned beans, so we get those.

    Canadian Whole Foods is not screwing around with their “Whole Paycheque” nonsense.

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