Plotting out meals for the week doesn't have to mean you'll be eating bland, basic dishes. These Instagram accounts will help you get creative
The Master of Zoodles
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@ljadeparker doesn't skimp on taste with zoodle pesto pasta, shrimp scampi, and raw (healthy) cookie dough balls for dessert. (Psst... Try these 3 Easy-to-Make Protein Ball Recipes That Will Replace Those Boring Bars.)
The Veggie Switch-Off
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@floordeboor_fit alternates each day between layered fruit and yogurt or protein oats with peanut butter and banana and veggie lasagna or brown rice noodles with garlic Parmesan shrimp.
The Not-So-Sad Desk Salad
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Make lunch for the whole week like @orangesandavocados, who packs bowls with radishes, tomatoes, feta, and hard-boiled eggs (or whatever protein you prefer).
The Snack Pack
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Going simple with snacks of fruits, veggies, and nuts will save you major cash—and calories too. Just ask @marekfitness. (Make sure you know these 6 Ways to Save Money On (and Stop Wasting!) Groceries.)
The Buffet Method
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@meowmeix preps buffet-style, so she can pick and choose what she wants to pack each day.
The "I'll Have One of Everything"
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The @foodprepprincess shows that chicken breast can actually be cool. We can really get behind that frittata and wrap situation too.
The Simple Pleasures
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The Colorful Paleo Plate
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The Divide and Conquer
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Chocolate blender muffins, almond butter, pesto zoodles and lentil Bolognese (à la @hannah.banana89) is plenty wonderful in our book.
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@100weeks makes Neopolitan overnight oats—it's easy prep for a big lunch that tastes like dessert.
The Prep Master
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Relatable stories and unfiltered guidance on how to live your healthiest—or, gave-it-your-best-shot—life. Because wellness isn't about the finish line, but finding #balance along the way.