These recipes for Chicken Meal Prep Bowls: 5 Ways are the perfect way to stay healthy all week and they’re made even easier with the help of Johnsonville Flame Grilled Chicken.
Okay, so I’m officially in “oh crap my sister’s wedding is in two months and I have to fit into my Maid of Honor dress” mode.
With an apartment move coming up, last-minute taxes to do, and a few trips planned this month … I’d say I’ve got myself a pretty busy couple of weeks.
And since busy weeks and healthy eating don’t exactly go together like Spongebob and Patrick, I rely heavily on meal prepping to stay on track.
That’s why I absolutely love these Grilled Chicken Meal Prep Bowls recipes. Preparing a bunch of different flavors at once means you won’t get bored of having the same meal every day.
Plus, you can never really have too many chicken meal prep ideas!
Batching your meal prep together on a Sunday only takes about 1-2 hours of your time and you’ve got lunch and dinners for the week!
This chicken meal prep takes it a step further by using Johnsonville Flame Grilled Chicken. It’s a brand new product with a variety of amazing flavors of fully-cooked chicken breast.
All you have to do is nuke them and they’re ready in under 2 minutes (to eat alone or to throw in your favorite recipe).
Each package comes with three individually wrapped portions that are the perfect size for one person. This is great for me especially because I tend to underestimate the size of a single serving of meat. #meataholic
Of course, you can also choose to use your own roasted chicken for these. I’m especially a big fan of cooking chicken in an Instant Pot – it only takes 10 minutes!
These Grilled Chicken Meal Prep Bowls are as easy as preparing and roasting some vegetables, slicing your Flame Grilled Chicken, and assembling them in meal prep containers.
I recommend throwing all the vegetables in the oven at the same time, and prepare the remainder in the meantime.
Be sure to keep an eye on the vegetables, as they will become done at different times (asparagus first, then Brussels sprouts, then sweet potatoes).
These grilled chicken meal prep bowls recipes are designed to make all in a big batch. It’s the perfect way to avoid boredom by making the same thing to eat each day of the week. You can, however, choose just one or two to fit your taste.
I like to buy these food storage containers on Amazon because they’re all the same size and stack nicely in my fridge (and they’re cheap ;)).
Grilled Chicken Meal Prep Bowls Flavors
Simple Chicken and Vegetable Meal Prep Bowl – mix up the veggies to whatever you have in your fridge!
Chicken Burrito Meal Prep Bowl – or chicken taco meal prep bowl … whatever you call it, it’s dang good.
Zucchini Chicken “Pasta” Meal Prep Bowl – buy pre-spiralized zucchini to save time. Or, use spaghetti squash.
Teriyaki Chicken and Broccoli Meal Prep Bowl – better than Chinese takeout
Simple Kale Salad (Okay so this one isn’t really a recipe, but it’s the one I make the most! Simple salads are perfect for dinner add-ons or quick lunches)
I also love using the Flame Grilled Chicken in these recipes because they’re already packed with a variety of flavors, so you don’t have to fuss with marinating and grilling chicken yourself.
It makes meal prep super easy because all you need to buy from the store is rice and vegetables!
How Long Will Chicken Meal Prep Keep in the Refrigerator
If you’re using glass food storage containers with snapping air-tight lids, your chicken meal prep bowls will last in the fridge up to 7 days.
How To Reheat Chicken Meal Prep Bowls
To reheat these beauties, just stick them in the microwave for about 2 minutes.
You may want to leave some garnishes aside while you reheat these bowls (for example, lime and cilantro on the taco bowl).
I hope you like these grilled Chicken Meal Prep Bowls as much as I do. Leave me a comment below and let me know which one is your favorite!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Johnsonville. The opinions and text are all mine.