Influencer shares a creative meal prep hack
Meal prepping food for the week can be a tiresome experience, but this TikTok influencer may have just cracked the code to make it the easiest thing you’ll do.
Instead of going to the store, cooking all your food and putting it away in fresh Tupperware, she ordered out. Yup. That’s it.
Madi B. Webb (@madibwebb) posted her meal prep hack that was simply ordering catering from a restaurant and using that food to portion out.
“The lengths I will go to to not have to cook,” she said at the start of her video. “I just ordered catering for meal prep.”
Viewers in the comments were completely on board with her method.
“No but that’s WAYY cheaper then buying groceries for meal prep lol,” commented @noodles_2405.
“Consider me influenced,” replied @reyna__xo.
Webb had an entire spread that she ordered from and broke down the best place to get catering from for meal prep purposes.
“I feel like any Brazilian place would have these options, but this is the one I ordered from,” she said in the follow-up video.
Webb showed her full order of grilled chicken, regular and sweet potatoes, as well as rice and power grains.
“So you’re ordering the family meals. Girl you are a genius,” commented @mschanandlerbonggg.
People are getting on board with Webb’s strategy — not just because it’s cost-effective but because it saves a lot of time.
Several creators make videos about their easy meal-prepping strategies and brag about how it only takes 45 minutes to an hour. Even if you take the faster 45-minute route but add on the time it takes to go to the grocery store and buy everything you need, setting up meals for the week can be very time-consuming.
With Webb’s idea, you may be able to circumvent grocery store lines, save a little bit of money and even eat out nearly every day.
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