Meats2U Meatloaf Mealprep – FTDI

Sundays in my house are for mealprep! I’ve written a ton of posts on the tips and tricks of mealprepping 101 (see here) but I am going to try and share more recipes now!  This one is super easy and perfect if you don’t feel like doing a lot of work.

(FTDI is just a term from The Camp Transformation Center saying the ingredients are okay to eat on the meal plan)

My meal preps always are broken down into 3 main groups Protein, Carbs, and Veggies.

  • Protein: Meats2u  2 packs 16oz Garlic Herb Ground Poultry
  • Carbs: Next 3 days no carbs (carb cycling)
  • Veggies: Spinach,Riced Broccoli, Brussel sprouts

FTDI NOTES: This could be considered just a protein serving the way it is. To be a “meal” you must add a FTDI carb such as rice or  quinoa.

What You Will Need:


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Ingredients Meatloaf:

2pc/16oz Garlic Herb Ground Poultry (thawed)
1/2 pack spinach chopped
1 tomato diced
1/4 c Parsley
Favorite Meats2u or other seasonings
Nonstick Spray ( I use Trader Joe’s Olive Oil)
8.5 x 11 baking dish

Veggie portion:
32 oz Brussels sprouts halved
Nonstick Spray ( I use Trader Joe’s Olive Oil)
Foil

Directions:


Meatloaf:

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. In a bowl combine meat, spinach, tomato, and parsley.
  3. Lightly spray pan and spread mixture into the dish evenly
  4. Bake for 30-35 min until cookedFTDI NOTE: This makes 8 servings for women and 4 for men (20lb FTDI portions). Go by the meat portion you cook with and divide the loaf accordingly.
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    While the meatloaf is in the oven:
  5. Half the Brussels sprouts and spread evenly onto a baking sheet lined with foil and season.
  6. Bake your Brussels spouts at 400 degrees for 15 min and broil at the end to crisp up 3 min
  7. Add to your mealprep! FTDI note: FTDI veggies are unlimited and do not need to be weighed out
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Containers are from IKEA (I do not like to re-heat plastic)

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