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Target Meal Prep for the Week! Easy Meal Prep Freezer Meals!


(upbeat music)
– Hey, munchies, welcome to the channel.
If you’re new, I’m Alyssia,
and I’m so excited you’re here.
I have done meal preps
from a few different stores in the past.
I have gotten so many requests
for Target, so here it is.
First, this video is not sponsored,
but I would love it if it were.
Now, I will say I don’t
actually shop at Target
for groceries, typically.
I shop at Target for everything else,
and I’m all too familiar
with the situation
where you go in to Target for one thing
and you leave with $200 worth of stuff
that I didn’t know I needed,
but I decided I couldn’t live without.
Typically, groceries are not those things,
but if I’m going to a Target
and I need a grocery item,
I’ll get it there for the convenience.
For the sake of this video,
it is a Target meal prep after all,
I wanted to make sure that I could get
all of the items at Target,
or else this wouldn’t be
very challenging or fun.
So everything you will
see was from Target,
other than my pantry items
like spices or staples that I already had.
I also tried to get a lot
of Target brand-name items,
like the Simply Balanced
or Market Pantry items,
to just see how much they really offer.
This meal prep is for two people
for the week for weekdays,
and it cost probably $75 to $80
to get all of this at Target
so it’s not the cheapest meal
prep you’ve ever seen me do,
but hey, it’s Target, and I
find that all of the groceries
cost like 20% more than
my regular grocery store.
Things like organic meat are
definitely gonna cost more,
but you could do it for
less if you weren’t as picky
on the quality of ingredients
as I was, or of course,
you could just shop for
somewhere else for the groceries.
Also, I have to acknowledge
that different locations
carry different items,
but online, you can see
what your store has.
For breakfast, I am sharing some
macadamia and apricot
fig breakfast cookies.
I know, why not make ’em
paleo for a challenge,
meaning no oats and no added sugar.
In my food processor, I combined a mix
of coconut flour and almond
flour, almond butter.
I do like that the only ingredient
in the Simply Balanced
almond butter is almonds.
As well as Market Pantry apricots,
which have no sugar added,
coconut shreds, which I got from Target,
but weren’t Target brand.
Applesauce, eggs, they
actually had a good deal
on organic eggs, $3.99 a carton.
Vanilla extract, baking
soda, cinnamon, and salt.
Blend for 30 to 60 seconds,
until it’s a thick, wet dough,
and then I added some chopped dried figs,
which were market pantry brand,
also with no added sugar,
and macadamia nuts.
Now, macadamias aren’t cheap,
but Target did sell a small
pack, which is all I needed.
I pulsed to integrate
just a couple of times,
and then I transferred the
dough with a cookie scoop
to a cookie sheet.
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And pressed down slightly to flatten.
Into the oven they go until golden.
Okay, I gotta say,
these somehow taste like
oatmeal raisin cookies,
even though there are no oats or raisins.
They are sweet and salty,
but not like dessert.
Perfect for breakfast.
I also think that these are
really great a few days later,
stored in the fridge.
Lunch time!
Sometimes I just wanna keep it simple.
If I’m short on time, I
don’t feel like doing a ton
of cooking, and that’s
when I turn to sandwiches.
I have shown freezer sandwiches
in an old meal prep video,
but I’m bringin’ ’em
back, new and improved.
I’m using this gluten free
bread by Canyon Bakehouse.
Target sells it, but I’ve also seen it
at other grocery stores, and it’s actually
a decent gluten free
bread, coming from someone
who acknowledges that bread without gluten
is just not typically something
that tastes very good.
I have tried most gluten
free breads available,
and I actually wanted to ask,
do you want me to do a
video on store bought
gluten free breads, like
which are good or bad,
or healthy or not.
Let me know in the comments below.
I lay out my bread, and
assembly line style,
layer them up with pesto and mustard,
or you could use humus or another spread,
but not everything freezes well,
so be sure to check out my previous video
for a list, as well as
deli meat of choice.
It is hard to find a cleaner one at Target
that is affordable, but
they do have tons of options
that are more processed.
And then some sliced tomatoes, and cheese.
Now, typically, ya
don’t wanna add produce,
especially uncooked to a freezer sandwich,
but today we are grillin’ ’em up,
or we are pressin’ them
down, whichever you prefer.
If you wanna keep them as is, you can,
but skip the tomato.
I think the grill marks make
these sandwiches look nicer,
it makes them taste better,
and I could eat them cold or hot,
and they still have a lot of good flavor
after being frozen.
You could also store them as is,
and then save them to grill later.
– Typically I am guilty of
using plastic wraps and bags,
but I am trying my best
to get away from it.
Partially because I care about the earth,
and partially because I am
sick of holier than thou
people commenting on YouTube videos,
telling me that I am
terrible for using plastic.
But mostly because I care about the earth.
Don’t let them have the power.
I found an alternative,
two alternatives actually,
to share with you.
First are these bee’s wax sheets,
which are essentially a
plastic wrap alternative
that can be washed and
reused over and over again
for a year.
Neat, right?
Until someone comments telling
me how I’m killin’ the bees.
You cannot win, I swear.
But really, bees do rock.
These are not sponsored,
but I wish they were,
because, dang, these are not cheap.
Between the expensive Target groceries,
and these bee’s wax things,
I am gonna need a sponsored video soon,
or I’m gonna be out of money.
Anyway, these are pretty
pricey in my opinion,
but I guess they are
supposed to last a long time.
I will link them on Amazon
if you wanna check them out,
as well as the second non-plastic option,
these silicone sandwich bags.
Say what?
I think these are more up my alley,
they’re easier to clean,
and they can go in the dishwasher too.
Back to the food.
You can refrigerate the
sandwich, pressed or not,
as is, for two to three days,
or you can freeze for a few weeks
in your bee’s wax sheets,
or your silicone bags,
or of course, regular glass or plastic
reusable storage containers,
but for the love of gluten,
please do not use plastic wrap.
Seriously though, I do
just wanna take a second.
I get that plastic is
the devil for our planet,
and I agree that we should all try,
but also know that if
you are using plastic?
I’m not judging you.
Do the best you can.
Finding alternatives, like
these expensive sheets,
is a privilege, and anyone
who’s going around shaming
people for using plastic,
needs to seriously stop,
and check their privilege card.
Oh, she’s so sassy today!
Please don’t thumbs down.
I swear we are actually going
to finish this meal now.
In addition to sandwiches for lunch,
I have got salad, and I am meal
prepping it as a bulk salad.
I’m gonna show you how to keep it fresh.
First, I’ve got a bag of
Kale that I add to a bowl,
and a mixed pre-made Kale salad.
Now I am skippin’ the dressing mixture,
because we know that most of the time they
are not prime fuel,
but for Kale, it will
last better for meal prep
than romaine, and it’s nice
to have some other colors
and textures from the salad mix too.
I also add in some cherry tomatoes,
I toss the salad together,
and store it in a large bowl,
with a paper towel draped on top,
so the moisture doesn’t
settle on the leaves,
which will help keep
it from getting soggy.
Cover with plastic wrap,
or those bee’s wax thingies, and store.
Now, to be honest, these wax things
aren’t holding as well on the bowl.
I sort of got it to work
by crimping a long time
around the edges, but
I’m probably not gonna
be able to keep it like
that all week, we’ll see!
Anyway, now the salad is ready,
and throughout the week,
you can pack your lunch,
and take what you want.
I also got this lemon
basil dressing from Target.
It is hard to find a semi clean dressing,
but this one is good enough.
I store it in little containers,
and also pack some cherries
which are in season,
and were on sale, as
well as some boiled eggs.
I just boiled the rest of the eggs
from the organic carton.
That’s lunch!
I have my components
prepped, and then I can just
throw it together during the week.
It is also nice that if I
do end up going out to eat,
or have a work lunch or something,
I can just keep theses sandwiches frozen
and save them for later,
and they won’t go bad.
It’s good to meal prep
with flexibility in mind.
Okay, dinner time, finally!
First, I have got some adorable
mini personal loaf lasagnas.
For the filling, I cook
up some diced onion,
and add my ground beef.
I got this organic ground beef at Target,
and it was actually affordable
compared to other options.
When it’s cooked, I stir
in some marinara sauce.
This Simply Balanced one
has no added sugar, score!
And, add salt to taste.
Separately, I mix some ricotta,
and egg, now get this,
cooked cauliflower rice.
Say what?
This is the Simply Balanced version.
The only ingredients are
cauliflower and salt.
You are not even gonna know
it is mixed in to that ricotta mixture.
Yeah, for sneaky veggies!
I am also covering it
up with some parmasan,
some parsley, and some salt and pepper.
Okay, we are almost ready to layer,
but first I gotta handle
these oven ready noodles.
How do ya get a big noodle
to fit in to a small dish?
Well, you could just take
your chances and break ’em,
but often, they will shatter.
So here’s what you do.
Soak them in warm water just
until they soften enough
to cut with sheers, about
10 to 15 minutes is plenty.
Then you can make them any size you need.
Neat!
Save the smaller pieces to puzzle together
because you totally
won’t see it by the end
of the assembly.
Also, as a heads’ up,
these were not gluten free,
but apparently Target does
carry a gluten free variety,
but they were out when I went, figures.
Now I can layer in the
meat sauce, noodles,
ricotta mixture, and a layer of spinach,
I was able to get through
another layer of the meat sauce,
noodles, and ricotta, and
then topped it off with
more sauce, and of course, mozzarella.
It doesn’t really matter
how ya layer them,
as long as ya end up with cheese!
And I used mini loaves,
but you can also use
whatever little individual
containers you have,
or make a regular size lasagna.
Okay, so you can cover these up,
and save for these for
three days in the fridge,
or if you need longer
for prepping purposes,
you can freeze them and then thaw them out
the day before you bake.
I also prepped some
brussel sprouts in jars,
so they’re ready to just
easily roast them up,
and have as a side to
my personal pan lasagna.
When you’re ready to make
dinner, toss the veggies
with oil, salt and
pepper, or any seasonings
you’d like, and in to the
oven they go for about
20 minutes with the
lasagnas covered in foil,
followed by 10 minutes uncovered,
and those veggies can just
be right there next to them.
So easy, and that is a
nice fresh cooked meal.
Meal prepping does not have
to taste like leftovers.
I teach a lot of these
tips, concepts, and hacks in
my two courses.
One is all about meal prep.
It is called Meal Prep Ignite.
Info is at mealprepignite.com,
and we are about to unveil a new feature
that will actually generate
your grocery list for you,
and make meal planning so easy.
Check it out, and the
other course is all about
finding confidence in the
kitchen, Kitchen Confidence.
Both are currently closed for enrollment,
but I will link them below,
if you wanna put yourself
on the list to be notified
about when they open back up again.
I have one more dinner.
A slow cooker cilantro lime chicken.
I am also prepping this one on Sunday,
but I’m going to cook it later in the week
for a fresh meal.
I am not huge on leftovers,
but that doesn’t have to
stop me from meal prepping,
and it doesn’t mean that I have to eat
the same thing everyday.
It is all about learning how.
Into a freezer safe bag,
I add boneless, skinless chicken breast.
This was the priciest
item I got at Target.
It’s organic, but it was
almost nine dollars a pound.
If you don’t get organic,
it’s obviously going
to be more affordable.
I also add some bell peppers.
Target sells a nice mix,
as well as some zucchini,
red onion, frozen corn,
and canned black beans,
which are other affordable
staples from Target,
as well as garlic, broth,
cilantro, and lime juice,
also from Target, cumin,
and salt and pepper.
The bag gets stored as
is for up to three days
in the fridge, or a month in the freezer.
When you wanna enjoy, just
dump it in to the slow cooker,
and head off to work.
Come home to dinner and a
delicious smelling house.
This recipe is also from my sheet pan
and slow cooker ebook.
It contains tons of full
balanced meal recipes
that are great for busy
weeknights or meal prepping.
I actually explain how
to meal prep each meal
properly in the book,
and all of the recipes
are gluten free and dairy free.
Check it out at mindovermunch.com/ebooks
and you can us the code
TARGET for 10% off any
ebook or package of your
choice this week only.
For this cilantro lime chicken,
you can serve it as is.
You have healthy protein,
veggies, and carbs
in this one meal, but you
can also serve it over
rice, or with tortillas.
It’s savory and filling, and
I love that you can just eat
it as is, and feel satisfied without
a ton of other components to prepare.
For snacks, in addition to the cherries
and boiled eggs from lunch,
I got some trail mix and fruit snacks.
Target has a huge selection
of gorgeous trail mixes,
but dang, they are not cheap.
This trail mix was about 30%
bigger for half the price.
Yes, it includes M&Ms,
yes, M&Ms are chocolate,
and yes it is possible
to be healthy and still
eat M&M trail mix sometimes.
You gotta find what works for you.
I also got some of these
fruit and vegetable snacks
from Target, Simply Balanced brand.
There’s actually no added
sugar, so it’s all coming
from the fruit juice concentrate,
which is definitely preferred.
And I guess it’s a bonus
that there are some veggies.
Does it count as veggies?
No.
Does it make me feel better?
Yes!
That counts, right?
And that is my Target
meal prep for the week.
It wasn’t the cheapest,
but the point isn’t
for you to recreate it.
It’s to give you some
inspiration and ideas
so you can take what you want
and leave what you don’t.
I am not telling you to shop
at Target for groceries,
but I am showing you that you can,
and you can get a lot of stuff,
because they do have a variety,
if you’re willing to pay.
If you have any other stores
that you want me to do
a meal prep challenge for, share
them in the comments below,
and let me know about that
gluten free bread episode too.
I appreciate you being here,
and accepting my sass today.
I will see you next week, and remember,
it’s all a matter of mind over munch.

Randall Smitham

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100 COMMENTS

  1. Mind Over Munch Posted on July 18, 2019 at 3:30 pm

    What other stores would you like to see a meal prep for the week from!?

    Reply
  2. tiphny Posted on July 19, 2019 at 4:07 am

    I like sassy Alyssia! That rant was PRICELESS!

    Reply
  3. farrinracer Posted on July 19, 2019 at 4:43 am

    People chewing you out on plastic use project their anger to the wrong direction. I mean those damn zucchinies are individually plastic wrapped, if that's not overusing plastic, then I don't know what is.

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  4. Becky Shelton Posted on July 19, 2019 at 5:38 am

    Yes to gluten free bread comparisons. Aldi has a “wide pan” GF bread that’s pretty good. If it seems dry and hard I put it in the microwave wrapped in a damp paper towel for 20 to 30 seconds. It comes out soft and stays that way for quite a while.

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  5. JustMe Posted on July 19, 2019 at 5:40 am

    Few tips about lasagna:
    Make a tomato sauce (as for spaghetti Napoli) and spinach (with onions sweated? In olive oil as well as Béchamel sauce and layer those in with red and green alternating and adding cheese and Béchamel to every layer.
    Frozen lasagna can be put directly into the oven.
    When making lasagna make a big batch and freeze some (my mom always does it and that way when we don’t have much time for cooking or my brother and I are eating alone (and I don’t want to cook) we just put the frozen one into the oven.

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  6. Tammy Redl Posted on July 19, 2019 at 5:49 am

    Yes on the gluten free bread

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  7. S0dap0pb0ttle Posted on July 19, 2019 at 6:16 am

    😂 I love that privledge check! I'm glad you can bring that perspective to the conversation!

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  8. Sarah Grant Posted on July 19, 2019 at 6:17 am

    How about a video on casseroles but use all canned/boxed ingredients? You're getting TOO HEALTHY. I need some balance. Time for a video on casseroles using some sort of canned condensed soups and such… 😃😏🤗

    Reply
  9. Sarah Grant Posted on July 19, 2019 at 6:20 am

    How about Lucky's grocery store? We just got one that opened near us.

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  10. Erinn Noller Posted on July 19, 2019 at 8:11 am

    Target is cheap here. Cartwheel is your friend.

    Reply
  11. ShannonRose Posted on July 19, 2019 at 8:57 am

    I like sassy Alyssia.
    I would love a gluten free bread video, really anything to do with gluten-free. I like how the majority of what you make is gf, but you don't try to cram it down our throats. If you know what I mean 😉

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  12. Lana Sa Posted on July 19, 2019 at 9:00 am

    Everything looks so delicious! I am seriously drooling right now. Love the sneaky cauliflower in the lasagne.

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  13. Georgina Shanti Posted on July 19, 2019 at 10:41 am

    Good on you! I love the earth too. I recycle my plastic at the supermarket. I understand that it takes time to go green. Keep up the good work & thanks for the interesting videos.

    Reply
  14. K Olshefski Posted on July 19, 2019 at 10:49 am

    Although I am not predominantly gluten free, there are things I enjoy, however my sister is and I’d love to be able to show her a gluten free bread video. Gluten free bread is the one thing she said is very hard to find a good one, and good 🥖 is what she misses most from eating foods with gluten. Great video, I love Target!

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  15. Grimsly Posted on July 19, 2019 at 11:18 am

    Your comparison videos are they reason why i subbed 2 years ago. Would love to see a gluten-free bread video!

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  16. Barbie Mithun Posted on July 19, 2019 at 11:41 am

    Wow target uses alot of plastic !!

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  17. Mara Henao Posted on July 19, 2019 at 12:19 pm

    Doing all food shopping at target is overall expensive, but there is some good deals sometimes. I've found eggs for .99 cents cream cheese for .89 cents, sprouted seed bread for about $.399, their brand cream butter is usually $1.99 for the lb, deals on ground beef and chicken (non organic) and random items like that.

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  18. Chloe Marie Posted on July 19, 2019 at 12:37 pm

    YES DO A GF BREAD VIDEO!!!!!

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  19. Ashley Chapman Posted on July 19, 2019 at 12:48 pm

    so sassy!! I'm in loveee, lol.

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  20. Nayda Sadr Posted on July 19, 2019 at 1:03 pm

    I totally hear you on the holier than thou BS. I'm so tired of it. But since you recognized the "privilege" piece of it, I do want to point out that I appreciate when you make meal prep videos like this that aren't skewed toward keto, paleo, whole30, gluten-free or whatever. I do believe that good, general nutrition includes variety and is accessible to everyone. The less restrictions you put on food, the less complicated it becomes. <3

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  21. Melinda Banning Posted on July 19, 2019 at 1:22 pm

    Yes to the gluten free bread and boo to the plastic baggie haters. If I can spend a couple of dollars on a box of baggies then I am gonna buy them. I also reuse them as much as possible. Balance people!

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  22. Melissa G Posted on July 19, 2019 at 1:56 pm

    I'm so happy for this video! I'm definitely not a leftover person and it deters me sometimes from meal prep, but I love your approach! It is still fresh and new on the day you cook the meals 😍 I am living now for the cilantro chicken!!!

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  23. Syreeta King Posted on July 19, 2019 at 1:59 pm

    I will be trying the lunch and dinner ideas for the fall…it's waaay too hot on the east coast right now

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  24. Ciarra Flurnoy Posted on July 19, 2019 at 2:31 pm

    How long are those prepped brussel sprouts good for? Is there a typical # of days for all cut veggies? We are obsessed with roasted brussel sprouts right now and I've never thought about being able to pre-cut them. With a 9 month old, this could be a life saver.

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  25. theresa steele Posted on July 19, 2019 at 2:33 pm

    I have been gluten free for over 15 years and the best tasting gluten free bread I've ever tried is from BFree. Not only is it the closest tasting to real bread, it doesn't crumble like most gluten free breads. I buy at my local Fred Meyers.

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  26. Amber Elle Posted on July 19, 2019 at 2:47 pm

    I love the sassy gurrrrrrl

    Reply
  27. maribel mendoza Posted on July 19, 2019 at 3:10 pm

    yes on gf bread video🙋🏻‍♀️
    maybe even cereal options

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  28. Zohre Maghsoodi Posted on July 19, 2019 at 3:17 pm

    An episode dedicated to gluten free bread sounds great. I would appreciate it.

    Reply
  29. dtulip1 Posted on July 19, 2019 at 3:32 pm

    The plastic thing cracks me up (I'm English btw..thats a phrase 😛 ) if we all just stopped buying plastics..what do people think will happen to the stuff already made but not sold???..yeah see…not looking at the bigger picture….I am all for saving the planet, but I think a gradual change will work better, after all we got hooked on plastic gradually did we not?..and the problem is single use plastics anyway!!….ah see what you've started Alyssia 😀

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  30. Lorenzo Pitti Posted on July 19, 2019 at 3:55 pm

    I gave you a thumb up for the recipe, but for the sassiness, they don't understand that you don't educate people by shaming them

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  31. kitschy4 Posted on July 19, 2019 at 3:57 pm

    Just an FYI – saw that you had the super colorful / fun Trader Joe's wool felt trivet things from the holidays. Did you know they also carry reusable wax cotton wraps (year round I might add)? I believe they are < $10 for 3 various sizes. Just wanted to pass that along as potential a 'thriftier' option?

    Appreciate the 'check your privileged moment, because not all of us can afford these new fangled options! We are just out here doing what we can within our parameters

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  32. Beth Odom Posted on July 19, 2019 at 3:57 pm

    I love your sass! I have a large family. I'd have to be Bill Gates to afford enough silicon bags.

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  33. Food Freedom Posted on July 19, 2019 at 4:10 pm

    This is so perfect ❤️❤️ We love trader joes SO MUCH ❤️❤️❤️

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  34. Lander Bari Posted on July 19, 2019 at 4:51 pm

    Yes please as much gf content as possible. Thanks

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  35. oscar orozco orejel Posted on July 19, 2019 at 7:39 pm

    Gods I wish we shamed ceos destroying the world at the same level of people who use plastic

    Reply
  36. Jenilyn Gilbert Posted on July 19, 2019 at 7:45 pm

    Yes please, I’d watch a video on gluten free bread options. I’m always trying different brands and none of them seem all that healthy.

    Also, open to another video on making an easy gf bread at home.

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  37. Diane Young Posted on July 19, 2019 at 7:59 pm

    Just made 4 mini loaf lasagnes, absolutely delicious. I forgot to get low sugar marinara sauce but I figured that for the amount I used, split between 4 wasn't so bad. Next to make are the cookies but will I be able to stop at 1 or 2! Chicken cilantro for another evening.

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  38. Taylor Alcantar Posted on July 19, 2019 at 8:31 pm

    I appreciate that you're trying to reduce your plastic! Would love to see a plastic-less meal prep challenge or recipes utilizing common items you can find in bulk bins

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  39. Lauren Ashley Posted on July 19, 2019 at 8:40 pm

    I love it when u get sassy!💁🏻

    Reply
  40. Noelle Skrzynski Posted on July 19, 2019 at 9:35 pm

    I never comment, but I needed to say thank you. We should all try to be better when it comes to sustainability and the environment, but it can be hard and expensive, and not everyone is at the same place in life where they can afford it. Truly, thank you for saying it. Your commentary was honest and direct, but you still came off as charming and dignified. You go, girl.

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  41. Danny Targaryen Posted on July 19, 2019 at 9:50 pm

    I like your videos, but you sound like a car salesman in a commercial

    Reply
  42. Kylee Leverett Posted on July 19, 2019 at 9:56 pm

    PLEASE DO THE GLUTEN FREE BREAD VIDEO!

    Reply
  43. Ms. Law Posted on July 19, 2019 at 10:01 pm

    You go girl! I do the best I can with what I have. Have you done a Sprouts haul?

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  44. A Beautiful Horizon Posted on July 19, 2019 at 10:11 pm

    I would love to see a GF bread video! Most that I have seen have tons of ingredients.

    Reply
  45. Shelby .Lepore Posted on July 19, 2019 at 10:41 pm

    i would love to see a walmart prep

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  46. D C Posted on July 19, 2019 at 11:07 pm

    Loved the meals, sass, your hair color and length. Everything 😘

    Reply
  47. Fanny for Fun Posted on July 19, 2019 at 11:43 pm

    Beekeeping does not kill more bees than it helps. It helps pollinate most of our crops, and the bees build new comb anyway.

    Reply
  48. MsChocolatio Posted on July 19, 2019 at 11:50 pm

    Actually I stopped watching the videos for quite a while because I always get upset and sad when I see all the waste and animal products. I wouldn't tell you to stop, because that is what you wanna do, but I don't wanna see it anymore 🤷 This ist no hate, I'm just sensitive.

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  49. Gram Cracker Posted on July 20, 2019 at 12:19 am

    Sassy Lady! You are right on!!

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  50. mymomcn Posted on July 20, 2019 at 12:24 am

    Do the bread video please

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  51. Mackenzie Whitten Posted on July 20, 2019 at 12:51 am

    Target in my opinion is really no more expensive then some of the other stores I shop at (Smith's marketplace and Lees Marketplace to name a few) plus it helps if you use their cartwheel app.

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  52. Shankika Fuchser Posted on July 20, 2019 at 1:02 am

    I love love love your channel!!!!
    What are your thoughts on the Walden Farm products?

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  53. Nicole C Posted on July 20, 2019 at 1:15 am

    You can use plastic bags, just wash them and dry them. Use again.

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  54. Talisa D Posted on July 20, 2019 at 1:32 am

    I would love a gluten free bread review! My daughter is allergic to wheat. We have tried so many breads and are currently buying the Aldi's Live GFree brand. Thank you for the great content and fun formats to your videos. I know you put so much love into your work. It shows!

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  55. Mystery KetoGirl Posted on July 20, 2019 at 1:54 am

    Great shopping!

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  56. Dposh Posted on July 20, 2019 at 2:51 am

    Yes! please do a video on gluten free breads. I honestly only know of 1…and would love to hunt for others.

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  57. Courteney M Posted on July 20, 2019 at 3:00 am

    Don’t let the hate bring you down.

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  58. Sara Pittman Posted on July 20, 2019 at 4:52 am

    For gluten free bread I generally go for BFree bread. I’ve found it’s the best option I’ve tried.

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  59. Sara Pittman Posted on July 20, 2019 at 5:02 am

    Love your sass!

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  60. Sandra Lumsden Posted on July 20, 2019 at 9:35 am

    I love this! You just made my morning, Miss Sassy Pants! LOL

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  61. Jessica Palit Posted on July 20, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    Just for the FYI, the target in my area has started to stock the reusable zip top bags just like you’re using plus a couple others. Haven’t tried them out because of cost, but I’m glad I’m not the only one that’s not Uber anti plastic. I try to do what I can, but sometimes it’s just hard!

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  62. amusedal Posted on July 20, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    Hi Alyssia! Do you have an amazon affiliate page for your kitchenware and tools? I would love to support your channel. Great video! Love Target 🙂

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  63. Miriam Posted on July 20, 2019 at 4:19 pm

    I like to process my own nuts and veggies. I don't always bake my own bread, but I would like to. I would like to see which breads are the best.

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  64. Lin Bron Posted on July 20, 2019 at 4:27 pm

    Omg, food is way to expensive at Target . not my go to place for food, I only buy food if on sale.
    Love your shop your awesome. Why the h??? Target call you… you can do a show on best deli meT etc.
    Best health dessert to buy or make

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  65. Claudette Posted on July 20, 2019 at 6:10 pm

    Why are you so cool?! 🙌😂 I do want try those reusable bags but then think how my family will neveeeeer wash them and then I'll end up finding them in weird places with possible mold monsters growing. Gross. But I might bite the bullet!

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  66. Kelly Merrell Posted on July 20, 2019 at 7:21 pm

    Publix, winndixe or Walmart, please. Those are in my area

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  67. herblackwings39 Posted on July 20, 2019 at 9:29 pm

    The beeswax wraps are so easy to make and way cheaper. I think I spent $15 for a 2lb block of beeswax and cotton fabric was around $5 a yard (used stash fabric). Since it only takes a few tablespoons of grated wax to cover the fabric and melt between parchment sheets with an iron the wax is going to last a loooong time.

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  68. Road Runner Posted on July 20, 2019 at 9:38 pm

    Using the plastic bags more than once or repurposed (like wrapping lettuce in it for storage) is better for our planet than buying the plastic bags to reuse until the handle breaks, because those bags are not recyclable, do not break down for a century, and are made of toxic material. Thin plastics like Walmart bags and plastic wrap will break down sooner or will burn instantly. I use mine for a myriad of things. The things you are using or buying to replace them, think about how long it will take to break down once thrown away. Some things, never.

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  69. JennyWas13 Posted on July 20, 2019 at 10:10 pm

    Most of the “holier than thou” comments are about buying pre-packaged plastic convenience foods- such as pre-spiralized veggies.. these are MORE EXPENSIVE than the plastic free version (I.e spiralising your own damn carrots) so it’s really nothing to do with privilege…

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  70. Terri Posted on July 20, 2019 at 11:12 pm

    You know, the same people who SHAME people for using PLASTIC are the SAME people who support abortion up to 9 months! For the love of Mary, if people want to comment on the earth, go watch an Environmental Video and just let the woman who runs this channel, cook and prep and teach the rest of us!

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  71. Reka Gran Posted on July 20, 2019 at 11:26 pm

    The cheapest beeswax sheets are from TRADER JOE’S!!!!

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  72. Anais K Posted on July 20, 2019 at 11:42 pm

    So what are they saying about the forest (animal habitat) that is being cut down to provide luxurious houses? Smh. I will live my life as i see fit. Too short to stress myself.

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  73. Barbie B Posted on July 21, 2019 at 12:15 am

    Aldi’s, Trader Joe’s 🙂

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  74. Cynthia Favela Posted on July 21, 2019 at 12:37 am

    Yes please gluten free bread! Bagels too! I hear Erewon has a sourdough gluten free bread.

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  75. OhJay Posted on July 21, 2019 at 1:44 am

    You go girl! Do more Aldi inspired food prep. Some of us are on a budget and need more healthy ideas.

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  76. bookqn16 Posted on July 21, 2019 at 3:02 am

    I really love your video's, one complaint though… they make me so hungry, grrrr. 🙂 But I have a request for a video, can you do another dorm room video. School starts back up soon and while I have a meal plan, parents insistence, sometimes I don't want to go to the cafeteria. So maybe not necessarily meal prep as much as things that can be frozen and pulled out and heated to eat. If that makes sense. Also a question. My mom was recently told she has non alcoholic fatty liver, and I can't find a single source of information, beside complex carbs, that all the sources agree on. Any suggestions? I'm not asking you to make a video on the subject, not do my research, but the information is difficult to decipher and make sense of and I don't know what information to trust. So if you could point me in some directions I would greatly appreciate it. Oh and I like sassy girl. Thank you

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  77. mariyoreo Posted on July 21, 2019 at 12:55 pm

    Thumbs up for sass

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  78. K I.E Posted on July 21, 2019 at 5:15 pm

    FOR THE LOVE OF GLUTEN, like this video!

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  79. Christine Lyons Posted on July 21, 2019 at 5:30 pm

    Thank you for the GIFT of sharing your meal prep ideas with and for us! You are wonderful, your videos are wonderful, and I am sorry if anyone has ever made you feel unappreciated because you are SO APPRECIATED!!

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  80. childoffairness Posted on July 21, 2019 at 7:12 pm

    Yes to the gluten-free video!!! I'm recently gluten-free and would love for some info!

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  81. S Harricharan Posted on July 21, 2019 at 10:12 pm

    I love the sass! 😂😊 you go girl!! Loved the meal prep too.

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  82. cominatrix Posted on July 22, 2019 at 12:06 am

    all im saying is you can get reusable plastic containers for cheep that will ultimately save money from having to buy disposable stuff. also, ikea now has a surprising selection of glass containers for great prices, just as a heads up.
    and i have a challenge: i look through a lot of your meal prep stuff and try to find good options, but i generally cant have much more than toast for breakfast which means when my stomach does wake up a few hours later, im super hungry with a few hours til lunch. any suggestions for filling but light breakfasts?

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  83. Brooke Bayerl Posted on July 22, 2019 at 2:14 am

    As a person with Celiac disease I would love to see some gluten free meal prep videos!

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  84. Caitlin Carr Posted on July 22, 2019 at 4:28 am

    yes to the gf bread review!

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  85. Unburried Talents Posted on July 22, 2019 at 5:08 am

    I always enjoy your videos. Thank you. 😇🙏🎉.

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  86. A K Posted on July 22, 2019 at 4:39 pm

    Yes I would like a video on store bought gluten free bread! I just found out I am sensitive to gluten and my doc really recommends me cutting it out if I can, and I have no idea where to begin!

    thanks!!

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  87. Richard Westphal Posted on July 22, 2019 at 6:17 pm

    I’m not a fan of sandwiches but I wanted to try it this way. I got vegetable roasted hummus (I never knew it would be so delicious). Add tomatoes, turkey, roast beef, slice of cheddar, and I cooked it like a grilled cheese. Thank you for another delicious meal prep idea.
    I’m very picky so I usually end up making the same food for my work lunch (5 days). But I’m expanding my recipes!

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  88. Richard Westphal Posted on July 22, 2019 at 6:23 pm

    About the plastic, I just do my best. I’ll use Tupperware for sandwiches, etc. In a world where everything is individually wrapped, we can only do our best. I waste so much less now that I buy fresh and cook every meal myself.

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  89. 073alisa Posted on July 22, 2019 at 6:30 pm

    YESSS gluten free bread options pleaseeeee

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  90. Peggy Karotko Posted on July 22, 2019 at 9:32 pm

    Thanks for addressing the privileged "no plastic" people!!!

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  91. Quinn Phillips Posted on July 22, 2019 at 9:37 pm

    I bought the stasher bags a few weeks ago, and cost per use over time is alot cheaper. I appreciate the rant! I try to be cautious and reduce my footprint but at the same time it's so hard!

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  92. Tammy Reyes Posted on July 22, 2019 at 10:45 pm

    I love the sass! 💛

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  93. Julia Gloviczki Posted on July 23, 2019 at 1:08 am

    I’m impressed by the clean ingredients in some target foods! I got a bunch of dried fruit at Aldi not realizing most were loaded in sugar!

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  94. Katie Beth Posted on July 23, 2019 at 1:32 am

    I used Ziplocks all the time but when putting a dry food in them I try to reuse them. Not sorry.

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  95. 073alisa Posted on July 23, 2019 at 1:56 am

    Can you do a recipe video on soft foods for people who just had their wisdom teeth pulled or for elder people who cant chew very well. Im a nutrition and foods student and this is actually a major issue for people because pureed and soft foods can often taste HORRIBLE, Id really appreciate it and I think a lot of people would also!

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  96. Alina R Posted on July 23, 2019 at 4:02 am

    Hotel room meal prep would be helpful :). Also, I have recreated so many of your meals. Thank you for all the great ideas and content!

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  97. Sarah Huckabay Posted on July 23, 2019 at 6:20 am

    Please do a video on store bought gluten free breads😊😊😊 I recently stopped eating gluten and finding a good bread has been a STRUGGLE!!!

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  98. Nicole Oconnor Posted on July 23, 2019 at 5:04 pm

    yes on the gluten free bread video

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  99. R Minnick Gailliot Posted on July 23, 2019 at 8:58 pm

    YES on the gluten free bread- my twins are gluten intolerant and my son is a celiac – please tell me whatever you know!!!!!

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  100. Casey Mauzy Posted on July 24, 2019 at 1:17 am

    You should do one for the 99 Cent Store!

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