BUDGET Meal Prep | HEALTHY AND CHEAP | Preparing meals on a university budget



Meal prep on a budget! All meals are really cheap and healthy. They are also really delicious. Clearly possible to stay healthy and also eat delicious food while you have a budget. Hope you find this video useful! Don’t forget to subscribe and thumb up for the video!

☆ Breakfast ☆ Peanut Butter and Jelly Oats Bar ☆
1.5 cup rolled oats
200-250g peanut butter (depends on how much peanut butter you like)
1 cup almond milk
3-5 tablespoons maple syrup. 3 tablespoons may not be sweet enough for some! : D
1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
1/8 teaspoon salt if your peanut butter has no added salt
140 g Strawberry / Grape / Blueberry Jam
1 egg
1/2 teaspoon baking powder

(I also excluded coconut oil in this recipe. You can add a tablespoon if you wish)

Mix all the wet ingredients together, then add the dry ingredients. Mix it well, and pour it into a can. Then add some jam! You can add as much jam as you want, or as little as you want.

☆ Breakfast ☆ Tuna Salad – $ 2 per night Portion ☆
1 can of chickpeas
2-3 bell peppers
2 carrots
tomatoes
Sundried Tomatoes
1 can of tuna (450 g)
Salt
Pepper
paprika
olive oil

Mix the tuna with two tablespoons of olive oil, a little salt, pepper and paprika. I added quite a bit of paprika because I like it. Adapt to your taste!

Sundried tomatoes are the key to this meal (IMO). The salad is super tasty with it, but sun-dried tomatoes are not the cheapest option. I wanted to use some kind of connections that I didn’t add, so that’s fine! 🙂

☆ Dinner ☆ Chicken and rice – Less than $ 2 per Portion
Boil a cup of brown rice with 2 cups of water for approx. 30 minutes

For the chicken portion:
800 g of chicken thighs
1/2 onion
2 cloves of garlic
paprika
cayenne pepper
oregano
Salt
Pepper

Cook onions and garlic first. Add the pepper and cayenne pepper. Then add the chicken! Now add more peppers if you like, oregano, salt and pepper. I just eyeball it. It doesn’t have to be super accurate.

When the chicken is fine and brown, add a can of tomatoes. Then allow it to boil for about 30 minutes to evaporate the liquid.

Cook some broccoli in the meantime! You can cook or stir it.

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