Two Days of Easy Meals
Welcome to our Two Day Meal Plan! 🙂
We’ve picked these recipes for several reasons:
- They tick all the nutrition boxes. Protein, fat, calories – you name it.
- They’re all quick to make!
- All of them are tasty and something to look forward to.
BONUS: All of these recipes can easily be meal prepped!
Put on a good podcast, set up the ingredients and get all of these recipes sorted in about an hour! That means no more cooking for two days straight!
The overnight oats go in the fridge (overnight, surprisingly).
The quinoa salad should go in an airtight container and also be kept in the fridge. Take a serving out whenever you’re ready for it.
The sweet potato burritos can also be prepped in advance and simply reheated for dinner. If you prefer, you can certainly cook them in the evening instead.
Of course, you can also make any of these recipes right before serving including the overnight oats.
How to use
You can adjust the servings, access shopping list and recipes from here. Of course, everything’s ready for printout too. Enjoy! 🙂
- Chickpea Salad: if prepping ahead add the salad greens just before serving. Not strictly necessary but keeps it nice and crunchy.
- Burritos: if prepping ahead, add the avocado just before serving. It’s just nicer. Also, this recipe has 4 servings by default. Just store those extras in the freezer. Two extra meals whenever you need them 👍
Feel free to go for the banana and grapes. If not, then females should not to go above 200-250kcal per day. Males: try not to go above 500-550kcal per day.
This means a rough total of 1500kcal per day in total for females, and 1800kcal for males. This is a healthy amount for weight loss for relatively active people.
We’re happy to have you with us and are excited you’re using our meal planning system! Any questions please just reply to the email that brought you here.
We hope you enjoy the recipes and we love seeing images of your creations in the Facebook group or @hurrythefoodup on Instagram so tag us there too if you like!
The recommendations on physical activity are general and non-specific. If you have any injuries or conditions which may restrict your ability to perform physical activity, please seek medical/professional advice before making changes.
We would like to take a moment to note that these meal plans have been designed to provide a framework for weight loss. They do not claim to provide medical advice or to be able to treat any medical condition. It makes no claims in respect to weight loss, either in terms of the amount or rate at which weight loss could be achieved. The calories, fibre, protein and other nutritional information is worked out as closely as possible and we have checked the information as accurately as possible. However we can’t be held responsible for mistaken listings: the nutritional information is given as a guide only. If you have any concerns regarding your health or whether it is suitable for you to try to lose weight then please contact your medical practitioner before making changes.