Episode 23: Make-Ahead Meal Ideas
In Episode 23: Make-Ahead Meal Ideas, we talk to Brierley Horton about make-ahead meals. Brierly shares tips on how to prep meals in advance, make-ahead breakfast and snack ideas, how to freeze meals and more. These tips and tricks will help you save time, money, and give you more time with the family.
Brierley is a registered dietitian and single mom of two, who was formally the Food & Nutrition Director for Cooking Light magazine where she spent her days coming up with healthy and quick recipe ideas for busy people. Before that, she was with EatingWell magazine. Now she freelances and works for various outlets writing, editing, and wearing her registered dietitian hat.
So whether you are a seasoned champ at meal prep or if you are just getting started, these Make- Ahead Meal Ideas will have you and your family eating better in no time. From breakfast, snacks, full meals, and ones that you can toss in the freezer, we have all the tips and tricks for you!
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Listen to Episode 23: Make-Ahead Meal Ideas
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- 1:11 Meet Brierley
- 2:19 Staple make-ahead dinners
- 6:04 Make-ahead snacks
- 10:10 Healthy Bites Break with Mission For Nutrition Partners
- 12:14 Breakfast meal prep ideas
- 15:41 Freezer meals
- 23:14 How to make time for meal planning
- 24 Healthy Recipes That Reheat Well
- 15+ Make-Ahead & Freezable Meals
- 6 Tips for Freezer Meal Success
- 12 Essential Meal Prep Tools
- Follow Brierley on Instagram
Favorite Make-Ahead Recipes
Other Podcast Episodes to Check Out:
- Ep. 22: Meal Planning for Busy Families
- Ep. 21: Meal Planning & Cooking with Kids
- Ep. 9: Quick & Easy Dinner Hacks
- Ep. 7: Lunchbox Meal Prep
- Ep. 1: Meal Planning for Beginners
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Transcript for Episode 23
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Welcome to the healthy family project by produce for kids, covering the hot topics in the world of health,
food and family with a dose of fun. Today we are talking to Brierley Horton, who is a registered dietitian
and has an extensive background writing for some of your favorite food and health focused magazines.
She is a busy mom of two and here today to keep us on our mission for nutrition theme with the
conversation about make ahead meals. Let’s get started with today’s topic. Welcome to the healthy
family project barely It is exciting to speak with you today and we do share a mutual friend who has been
on the podcast previously. Holly Granger she is definitely part of the meal planning game to Holly
Granger of clever full living with Holly Granger. So before we jump in on our topic today with you make
ahead meals can you tell listeners a little bit about yourself and your background?
Absolutely. And thank you for having me. So I’m Brierley Horton. I was most recently the Food and
Nutrition Director for cooking light magazine. The bulk of my days there were spent really focusing on
how to give readers healthy and quick recipe ideas like very busy readers. Before that I was with eating
well magazine. And now I’m freelancing. I’m writing for different outlets and editing. And of course
wearing my registered nutrition. Excuse me, my registered dietician, nutritionist hat. And then a big part
of my time is spent being a mom, I’m a single mom, my daughters are three and six. So meal planning,
and prepping ahead is something that I actually do a lot of in my everyday life.
Wow. Well, you are busy. And it sounds like you’ve done a lot of wonderful things sounds like you have a
lot of experience and some tips to share with us today. So let’s get started with our first question. What
are your staple, make ahead ideas for busy weeknight dinners.
So I am a big fan of prepping out elements of dinner in advance so that then my whole meal can kind of
come together faster when my kids are running around and playing and starving from after school. And
so stuffed peppers are really really really popular with my with my kids and one of my daughters loves
them, you know cooked all together and then my other daughter likes them deconstructed. So I will often
make the stuffing in advance. I put together some ground beef and some seasoned Spanish rice. I’ll cook
that up and then I’ll throw that in the fridge and that way I can stuff my peppers or make my
deconstructed version like very quickly for all of us for dinner on any weeknight. Another one that is really
popular in my house is it’s a roasted tomato oven sauce for whatever reason my kids are not big fans of
jarred tomato sauce. So I make this roasted oven sauce, it’s very easy to put together, I throw it in the
oven, cook it up, and then again into the fridge and I can reheat individual portions of the whole thing.
And another thing I like to do is kind of prep out my vegetables in advance. So I’ll shred brussel sprouts
for brussel sprouts salad, I’ll tear kale for kale chips. And actually my both of my daughter’s love to help
me with that. And both of those items, because they’re those sturdy greens they pack up, I just they pack
up really easily in one of those like freezer bags with a couple paper towels in there to draw the air out of
it. And it will keep in my fridge for I mean up to five days sometimes. So that just makes it really, really
simple. And if I find myself having some extra time on a weekend, I’ll make some homemade mac and
cheese, which my girls love. And then all I kind of have to do is just pop it in the oven, and maybe help
them with, you know, a little bit of reading or something else along those lines while it cooks. And then
we’ll sit down and have that for dinner.
I love it. It sounds like those. I love that you were like these are the staples. I know what I know what
they’ll eat, I know what we can do. And I also can sympathize with your deconstructed child because I
have one of those as well where I have one that eats it the way it’s made and the other one wants
everything deconstructed. So we also do that in our home.
Yes, well and what I like about it, honestly, is that it still lets us all eat the same thing. So then I’m not
having to prep anything else and I just you they just get it in pieces and parts.
Right exactly. That’s it so I say whenever it’s like I’m not a short order cook I swear I’m making the same
thing it just, you know, it only takes an extra second to when I’m making the, you know the batch of
whatever that might be to just kind of put that aside instead of of putting it all together. So awesome.
Well, those are some great ideas, we’ll link up to any of the links to those recipes that you might have in
our show notes. So if you’re listening, just take a look over there if you can, you can find those. Alright,
so let’s move on to snacks. I know when my kids walk in the door on weekends after a big tennis match,
you know, they’re they’re really wanting to eat right away. And truly when we get home from work in
school, if I don’t have something ready, I probably have about two minutes before they’re standing in
front of the pantry door. Literally like eating out of the pantry just standing there. So what are your
thoughts on good make ahead snack ideas for you know, just easy grabbing and eating. Right when I
guess right when you’re coming in the door.
I know that pantry eating habits. I just graduated to that, like just my older daughter. And now it’s my
younger daughter as well. And I keep it I see them walk over there. They don’t say anything. No. What
are you doing?
I know and they stand right there. They don’t even pick it up and take it I go find a seat. Find a seat if
you’re eating find a seat, but I got to break that. But anyway.
So to answer your question, you will laugh at me and you will say oh my gosh, such a typical dietitian
response. But it really is true. I’m not I’m not lying that pre cut veggies are actually really huge in my
house. So if I can take my girls and guide them from the pantry to the fridge, they will reach for
cucumbers or bell peppers, which they both happen to love. So that’s something that I will often chop up
and just talk into a Tupperware and I put it on a shelf that is eye level for them. And I mean, they’ll open
the door and they’ll go for it. They also actually are big fans of olives and pickles, which I don’t know if I
don’t think all children are fans of those, but they are and so even though they’re salty, sometimes those
can be good go twos if I don’t have anything already cut up in advance. And then I personally am a huge
fan of blanched green beans, I don’t know why and so they’ve gotten hooked on them too. And so often
when I make if I make blanch green beans for dinner, I will make like three times the amount that we
might eat at dinner and that way we all can kind of snack on them over time. Like throughout the week
rather not just indefinitely. But what else so i My kids love hummus more than I love hummus but I also
love a homemade hummus versus a storebought so sometimes I’ll make a big batch of that. And that’s
an easy delivery device with those veggies as well. And then we’ve really gotten into a lot of like banana
and pumpkin quick breads. And my older daughter really loves to bake like she for whatever reason she
finds it fascinating she’s six and she’s already gotten into cracking eggs and so will often make that either
the quick bread or the muffin version and that I’m fine with them having that as a snack. And also then it
gets repurposed as breakfast.
Yeah, those are those are great ideas I’ve definitely I’m there with you when I feel like whenever I cut the
veggies and also I feel like I level is key like when they open the fridge those things being right at eye
level for them they will definitely grab grab ahold of those and snack on those and I I purposefully even
even with the hummus I try to like put things right there where they’re going to see them. And we talked
about the pantry they laugh because they go Why are why are these things up so high in the pantry, we
can’t even reach days like well there’s a method to my madness. I have to hear the stool being pulled out
and then I am aware that you’re going for the top shelf. But those are those are really great ideas and the
bread making I think, you know, I’m not the greatest at baking I try but my older daughter as well also
really enjoys baking so if we can get like a zucchini bread, they love zucchini bread. If we can get a
healthier version of the zucchini bread made on a Sunday. They too will will take it in their lunch so eat it
for breakfast. They’ll have it for a snack. So those are those are some really great ideas. We’ll even
freeze it sometimes if if I can make some extra. Well, yes. So those are some great ideas. I’ll be adding
some of those to my list for sure. Alright, time for a healthy bite. Today we are talking all about make
ahead meals. So Grace is here with us with an idea from our produce for kids recipe bank, thank
goodness too because I was getting really hungry. So
okay, so today we’ve got egg muffins. These are really great to meal prep on the weekends. You just get
your muffin tin out, make the base egg mixture and throw in whatever mixins veggies you want. How
does that taste?
I think I could eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Yeah, so it’s really good. Make it on Sunday, make a big batch and you could easily reheat them in the
morning on a busy morning. It takes a minute to reheat in the microwave and you’ve got a car friendly,
portable breakfast to take on the go really healthy, protein packed. And the best part is you could just
customize with whatever veggies you have on hand you have one random broccoli floret chop it up,
throw it in there make different combinations.
Really, really delicious. So today it looks like we have the combos here, spinach and peppers. And then
we have an avocado and bacon which is which is perfect. And I guess you could really get creative with
these with your kids still.
Yeah, and if you wanted to make a different combination for every day, you know so you can switch up
your breakfast if you’re one of those people who gets bored of having the same flavors every day. This is
perfect for that. Alright, so this healthy bite is brought to you by our mission for nutrition partners, payroll,
family farms, sweet peppers, Earthbound Farm, baby spinach, and avocados from Mexico.
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prizes and more. And now breakfast is tricky, but I know I see things like overnight oats, which I haven’t
been successful with, but neither of my girls are oats eaters. I am they are not so I haven’t been too
ambitious. going down that path. I have done the breakfast burritos. My older daughter really likes those.
What are your favorite make ahead breakfast ideas.
So we have a similar thing in our house where the overnight oats are not popular and eggs have, for
whatever reason fallen out of favor. So they do however, like cooked oatmeal. And so I will sometimes
make a big batch on a weekend day and put it in then put the leftovers in the fridge and dole it out and
just microwave it quickly during the week. There also, I feel like most kids tend to like fruit a lot. So I’ll
always keep like frozen fruit on hand and then kind of like pour some blueberries or mango or mango
seems to be very popular in our house or frozen raspberries on top so that when I microwave it, it kind of
all cooks together. What else do we do for breakfast? I mean, I did I talked about the breads, the banana
bread and the pumpkin bread. zucchini bread, we went through a zucchini bread stint too. So I’m with
you there. I used to make a lot of homemade granola bars, which they loved. And now I think just
because they’ve gotten into some packaged granola bars, you know, not as much. And then the other
one is pancakes back to the cooking thing. They both actually really liked to cook pancakes. And I mean,
I’m sure there are people out there who will say oh my gosh, I can’t believe you let your three year old flip
a pancake but I do let her flip of pancakes she supervised I promise. She is but I do let her flip a
pancake. And so if they asked for pancakes, I mean I will make a I the same thing as the green beans
like I’ll make two or three times what we’ll eat and then I’ll either wrap them up in tinfoil in the fridge or put
them in a freezer bag and put them in the freezer. And then I just have like your regular old toaster and I
just pop them in the toaster and hit the defrost button. And they are like perfectly cooked in 30 seconds
for weekday breakfast. And so that’s been really popular and especially because with with pancakes, I
can you know I can get in some whole grain or all grain flours, if I kind of want to mix it up from just
straight up on purpose.
And I feel like there’s a lot you can do with pancakes. It’s one of those where it’s like, I feel like I could fit
a lot of healthy ingredients into these. And I try to be creative with with my girls like oh, you know, well,
they’re a little bit older now. But when my eight year old was a little bit younger, she kind of hate to say I
tricked her but I’m like, do you want the green sprinkles and it would be just shredded zucchini. She’s
like, Yeah, give me the green sprinkles. That I’m like, they’re not really the same sprinkles you get on the
ice cream cone but they’re kind of sprinkle li Yeah, so I think pancakes are a great idea. Those are
always a fan fan favorite good ideas there. And then Okay, so that’s some great breakfast ideas that we’ll
definitely link up to in the show notes. For you guys some pretty easy to, I think the key is just really
when you’re making something, taking that second to stop and think, can I make a little bit more of this?
And like, how can I use it? You know, because that’s, that’s really, really key in this whole meal planning,
meal planning mindset that we’re in. Now what about make ahead meals that you freeze? What are your
thoughts? Do you have favorites or ideas on that?
I do. I have ideas. To be totally honest, it’s not something that I do a ton of going back to what you were
saying just now about how sometimes it’s really just about shifting your mindset and saying, Hey, I’m
already taking the time to make this is it something that I could also increase make ahead, freeze,
refrigerate, whatever. And because I tend to err in that direction, I don’t necessarily like Make, make
something in advance to not eat that like to not eat in the short term and, and shove it in the freezer. So
like you won’t find a bunch of casseroles or something in my freezer. That said, I will freeze soups, or if if
I make chili, or I love my mom’s chili, so if my mom comes to visit, she’s pretty awesome about making a
huge batch of chili, we’ll eat it and then I’ll put some up in the freezer. The same thing with the quick
breads, I’ll often make them into like if I have a little extra than what I want to fit in my loaf pan. I might
pour some into like a mini muffin tin and then make pop those mini muffin versions into the once I’ve
cooked them obviously into the freezer. And again back to the pancakes I’ll do that as well. But nothing
nothing earth shattering so soups, Chili’s muffins, quick breads, pancakes, those, you know those kind of
items. And, and honestly like with the quick breads and the pancakes like sometimes, especially when
eggs were more in favor in my house, like I would do breakfast for dinner if I was really in a pinch
because I you know I had would have those items on hand and then just, you know, serve it with some
fruit, which I know will go down and and with some eggs. And I mean, that even works for me. So
yeah, and we talked about this, I think on a couple of different podcasts. So many people say have said
as a suggestion, like it’s okay have breakfast for dinner, like the kids will love it. You know, it’s like
opposite day or, you know, like there’s take the pressure away, you know, it’s fine.
Well, no, I see it on the school lunch menu. My, my older daughter is a big fan of the school lunch. And
she gets excited when they have, you know, breakfast on the lunch menu. So the nice part to like, for us
adults is like maybe we don’t want to eat pancakes for dinner. I mean, I like my dad. He’s like, he’s really
like, there will be no sandwiches and there will be no breakfast for dinner. Like you’re having dinner for
dinner. And so if that’s the case, I mean, I’ve what I’ve done before is I’ve you know, made a eggs and
paired it with some pancakes for them. And then for myself, I’ve just tossed up like a quick green salad.
And I’m talking like, a salad dressing with lettuce. And that’s it. But it goes really nicely with eggs and you
get it on the brunch menu.
Exactly, no, I love it. And and I’m kind of with you were, as you were, as you were answering that I was
thinking, you know, I don’t go in to my meal prep zone thinking I’m going to make this and freeze it. For
ahead, I am more like you where I make a bigger batch. And if I do have extra that I know, we won’t get
to within the next couple of days, then I tend to freeze at that point for a later date. But I know there’s a
lot of info out there that you know, the dump meals, the slow cooker, you know that you kind of put
together whatever it might be into a freezer bag and then are able to just kind of dump that when you
need it. But my mindset has not shifted to that point yet, but that’s okay. And then we do in our house. It’s
I mean, it’s not really a make ahead meal. But we do a lot of freezing of fruits and whatever we might be
using in a smoothie. Just you know, it cuts back using you’re not using the ice or whatever, you know, it’s
just I hate to waste anything as many people do. So as soon as I start to see that my fruit has maybe one
day left or you know we’re nearing the end, then I’ll say alright, I’m chopping all of this right now. And I’m
putting it in a freezer bag because I know we’ll use it in a smoothie down the road.
Oh, yes, yes, I actually do we have time for a very quick story. Oh, yeah. Good. Okay, so. So I would say
like a couple months ago I kept having this trouble with my freezer where it wouldn’t stay shut. And so I
had had this system rigged where there were a series of rubber bands wrapped around the door handle.
And I took one of those, like plastic hooks with the sticky back on it and put it on top of the fridge and
tuck to the rubber bands up there. So it was like this system that was keeping my freezer shut. And I
couldn’t figure out what it was like I had worked on the seal. And anyway, it finally got to the point where
even my rubber band system was not working anymore. And so I texted a friend. And you know, I have
only lived here in Birmingham for two years. So I didn’t have a refrigerator repair person yet. So I texted
a friend and I said, Hey, do you have a refrigerator? repair person that can come out and look at this,
like, I cannot figure out what’s going on? I promise you I’ve tried everything. So she sends her friend over
who’s a handyman. And you know, I have had him before. So I trusted him I left the key out he let himself
in. He fixed the freezer, he let himself out. I found the key under the mat. I came home and my rubber
band system is gone. And holy cow, my freezer door is working, like miraculously working again. So I of
course gets so excited. And I text her and I said, Hey, look what happened. What did John do? Like he
didn’t leave me a note. He didn’t send me a text like but he fixed my freezer. She raised me back. She
said you have an overstuffed freezer problem. And it was your frozen banana collection was like jammed
behind a freezer door that I couldn’t see because it was like this overflowing frozen fruit collection that I
have. That was the problem. So like here, I felt like I needed to get a whole new something or other for
my freezer and turns out it was the frozen bananas. That bad. I just chuck them in the freezer and then
turn them into bread or put them in smoothies. And that was you know, what was the whole reason that I
had a repair person need to come to my house. That’s just
one of those. I mean it funny in relation to the frozen bananas, but just life in general, where it’s like, I just
keep shutting this why isn’t it shutting? And you just need someone to be like, Oh, you frozen bananas?
Yeah. Oh, my Well, that was that was a hilarious story very, very relatable, I’m sure to many people.
Okay, so we have one more thing. So we’re all time starved. And I know meal planning make ahead
meals can be intimidating to some, some of us, many of us. So if we do want to get started on this make
ahead meal bandwagon. How would you suggest penciling in the time to do it? Do you have a strategy?
I do. I am one of those people where if I said okay, this weekend, I’m gonna plan to do make ahead meal
planning. I mean, I will find a million excuses, I will find laundry and dresser drawers and who knows
what else to distract myself. So instead, I kind of have tried to shift my mindset and say, Okay, I’m not
going to get everything done. But let me just do a little bit. And it makes you know, and it makes it
enough of a difference that it’s kind of rewarding. So I would say take advantage of like either a lazy
weekend morning, or a lazy weekend afternoon where maybe your kids are off at a playdate or visiting
grandparents or they’re having a sleepover if they’re old enough to have a sleepover or they’re going to
birthday party and you’ve you know planned to carpool with another parent in the neighborhood or
something along those lines. And so maybe you only have you know, half an hour, 45 minutes, and you
just take a little bit of time to prep your veggies or mix together the you know, the dry ingredients for a
muffin recipe or a quick bread. I’m also a night owl. And I know everybody is not a night owl. So I but I
think this can apply to our early morning people as well. But you know, after I get my kids to bed and I’ve
cleaned up from dinner, I don’t necessarily always have the energy to sit down and do a little bit more
work or read a book because I’ll fall asleep quickly. And you know, maybe I’ve worn out my TV shows or
whatever that I want to watch. So instead, for me baking is very relaxing. And so I’ll take that that time to
to bake something, or even to just prep the ingredients to then mix it together and bake it in the morning
or something along those lines. And that’s kind of like I think if you just take little chunks of time or times
where maybe you won’t be super productive at something else. But you can pick some type of prep that
is fairly mindless for you and I think that it varies like maybe somebody else might find making a suit
mindless and baking stressful, like just just kind of ID what works for you and try and squeeze in a little
bit here or there. And then the more you do it, and I say this about meal planning in general, like the
more you do it, the more rewarding it is. And so then the more likely you are to continue to repeat that
Right? Yeah, that that makes a lot, a lot of sense. You see the results, and so you’re more likely to go
alright, I could do this I like to when we get home, from the grocery store. But as I’m taking things out and
understand this may not be the best time for everybody. But right then, like I pull the sweet pepper bag
out of my grocery bag and say, You know what, just chop it right now, before you even put it in the fridge
before it even goes into the veggie drawer. Just chop the peppers because you know that you’re gonna
use them. If they’re chopped, even, you know, my kids will grab them and eat them with a dip or
something. And I’ll be more likely to use them in a recipe. And I know I always say it sounds so crazy to
say, lazy I guess so feel like oh, I don’t only doing this because the peppers already chopped, like how
long does it really take but I’m telling you on a in a pinch on a weekday, I will throw together like a one
pot pasta with all of that those things that I chopped on Sunday, like thank you, like past self past
Sunday. So for doing that, because you just save the day. So I think if we can just keep that in mind, like
you said kind of be one, when it does work out on our favor. Remember that when we feel like, don’t
really want to do this, just take it in small, small doses and just chop the peppers and then go do
something else. And then maybe come back and slice the cucumber and go do something else.
Well, and it cuts down on time after you’ve made it. So going back to your peppers and pasta, like if
you’ve already chopped up the veggies, and then you want to put it into a one pot something or a pasta
something. In theory, you then don’t have the cutting board and the knife in addition to the pot and the
spatula or spoon or whatever to to wash. And so that does save time as well like in that on the back end.
But I love that tip of doing it when you come home from the store because well, first of all, I never thought
of it. But also you kind of are in that mindset. Everything’s already like laid out on your counter. So you
can kind of just pack off a little bit of it and pack it all up and be done.
And that’s kind of how I see it because I have seen it, you know, the trend is in my house. If I unload it,
maybe it gets pushed to the back of the fridge or it gets stuck under, you know, whatever else I have in
there. And I forget about it. So while I’m over here, preaching about eye level and the kids need to see it.
I guess it’s just as much for me as well that you know if I can see it and I know it’s already kind of there
and ready to go, then then it makes it just so much easier.
Well, wonderful. This has been awesome chatting with you today. Thank you for joining us. Hopefully,
we’ll get to talk again soon. I guess just if you want to let people I don’t know if there’s social media or
anywhere that people can find you.
Yeah, so you can usually see my day to day antics on Instagram. I’m at Brierley Horton, and either in my
stories or in my actual Instagram feed, and you’ll see a fair amount of mom life stuff, but also nutrition
articles that I’m writing or food articles that I’m writing. I’m really just just trying to offer people some real
life everyday advice.
Well, wonderful. Thank you again, everyone. Go out and follow her on your Instagram and we will talk to
Thank you so much.
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your pics. So use the hashtag mission for nutrition on social and we’ll be sure to repost and interact with
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