The Best Day to Meal Prep with Kevin's

A keto meal

Meal prep can change the way you eat, taking the stress out of your meal plan while supercharging your nutrition.

We all want to eat healthy meals, but life gets in the way. Before you know it, you're struggling to throw together something passable and caving for takeout instead of eating healthily and affordably.

If you're trying to change how you eat, meal prepping can really help in getting your diet off the ground.  Rather you're looking into paleo or looking into what is keto diet friendly, meal prepping allows you to make informed choices for your week before life gets in the way.

Planning meals ahead of time has tons of benefits, and Kevin's entrees and sides are the perfect complement to any style of meal prep plan: for one person or several, buffet-style meal prep or single-serving meal prep, etc.

A plate of Keto meal

Kevin's advantage

Kevin's aids your eating habits by offering delicious entrees of protein and vegetarian sides that can be ready to eat in five minutes. Keep more food fresh and only prepare food that you need to combine with a Kevin's dish.

Tons of meal prep recipes can be made from our catalog of healthy recipes. For example, take the Sweet Chili Chicken Buddha Bowls. Cook the brown rice and vegetables ahead of time so that when you're ready to eat, all you have to do is cook the Kung Pao Chicken.

Don't worry about cooking the chicken ahead of time and keeping it for too long. Kevin's instantly simplifies the practice of eating healthy food at an affordable price. If you've ever wondered why meal kits so expensive, Kevin's price for the level of quality may change your mind.

Check out our Kung Pao Chicken:

Tender chicken breast strips paired with a vibrant and spicy Kung Pao sauce made with coconut aminos, toasted sesame oil, and chilies.

Kung Pao Chicken

How many times a week should you meal prep?

It sounds ideal to have prepared meals for the entire week, but some foods won't stay good for quite that long. Some vegetables will grow limp, and proteins like cooked chicken can only be kept for 3-4 days cooked.

Therefore, you may need to meal prep at least twice a week if you're keeping the food in the refrigerator.

Should I freeze or refrigerate meal prep?

Storing meal prep in the freezer can considerably lengthen its period of edibility, but it will have an effect on the texture of your food.

Freezing meal prep could allow you to make it only once a week. Make sure you have the best meal prep containers for the job, something that won't get brittle in the freezer.

Different ingredients will keep differently in the freezer. For instance, our Mashed Cauli should never be frozen; overnight oats won't saturate correctly if they're colder than the fridge.

A plate of Kevin's mashed cauli

Can I meal prep rice?

Rice can absolutely be meal prepped and makes the perfect side for many Kevin's entrees. Once cooked, rice will last around four days in the refrigerator. It can be frozen to last longer, but some may dislike the texture of once-frozen rice.

How do you keep chicken juicy when meal prepping?

With Kevin's, you never have to worry about this question. Our chicken, like all our proteins, is cooked sous-vide in a vacuum-sealed pouch. This accomplishes several things: it allows us to cook the chicken to the perfect level (fully cooked but without any dryness), and it allows the chicken to marinate in its own juices and some mild seasoning.

This makes Kevin's chicken perfectly juicy and gives it a much longer fridge life. Kevin's chicken can also be frozen, providing the lynchpin of a great meal at any time.

Our Chicken Tikka Masala has a long fridge life:

Tender chicken breast strips in a bright tomato curry made with coconut milk, ginger, and Indian spices.

Chicken Tikka Masala

Meal prep with Kevin's

If you are already meal prepping or are thinking of starting, Kevin's can be a valuable tool in your nutritional endeavor. Our entrees and sides can make meal time a breeze on their own or with the accompaniment of prepared veggies, rice, noodles, or anything else you want to prep!