Hungry Runner

Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal Bars  Recipe by Sally’s Baking Addiction

I made these and they are wonderful.

Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal Bars Recipe by Sally’s Baking Addiction

I made these and they are wonderful.

Eating Healthy on the Go: How to Make Meals for the Week in Under an Hour

If the thought of sitting down to write out complicated meals that require following intricate recipes and spending hours at a time in the kitchen, all to “prep” your meals for the week makes you want to strangle a head of broccoli, then you’ve come to the right place. Because that is not what this post is about.

This post is about spending just one hour or less of your free time in the kitchen, prepping a few healthy meals for the week ahead. Of course, cutting down on time means cooking in bulk and therefore eating some of the same meals twice in one week, something I’m totally OK with. So if  you’re ok with that too, then awesome! Let me teach you my ways.

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Dinner: Spiced brown rice, broccoli, carrots, and red kidney beans all sautéed with red onion, olive oil, curry, chili powder and turmeric.

Dinner: Spiced brown rice, broccoli, carrots, and red kidney beans all sautéed with red onion, olive oil, curry, chili powder and turmeric.

Greek Yogurt Blueberry Banana Bread

This recipe is by Kelly from “No Sugar Sweet Life" and out of the entire Internet’s collection of recipes, it is my favorite.

Greek Yogurt Blueberry Banana Bread

This recipe is by Kelly from “No Sugar Sweet Life" and out of the entire Internet’s collection of recipes, it is my favorite.

Brown Rice, Black Bean Mash-up

Throw everything in a bowl and eat.

I’ve talked about this idea on Hungry Runner several times in the past. It’s basically become my signature style of “cooking.” When I started this blog it was under the premise that I love to eat but hate spending a ton of time in the kitchen fussing over complicated recipes.

So, while I’m sharing the “recipe” for this dish right now, just know that before I made it… There was no recipe. I made it up as I went along. And also know that you are completely capable of doing the same. Don’t be afraid to experiment with food!

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Brown Rice, Black Bean Mash-up

Throw everything in a bowl and eat.

I’ve talked about this idea on Hungry Runner several times in the past. It’s basically become my signature style of “cooking.” When I started this blog it was under the premise that I love to eat but hate spending a ton of time in the kitchen fussing over complicated recipes.

So, while I’m sharing the “recipe” for this dish right now, just know that before I made it… There was no recipe. I made it up as I went along. And also know that you are completely capable of doing the same. Don’t be afraid to experiment with food!

(Continue reading…)

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