UNCOMPLICATED KITCHEN

Welcome to Uncomplicated Kitchen!

INTRO

1. Meal Prep Equipment
2. Here’ How This Works

TOOL KIT

1. Quick Start Guide (fill-in-the-blank)

2. The UK Roadmap (fill-in-the-blank)

3. Percolate Kitchen Resource Library

4. COUPON: 1 free month in Prep Sesh

STEP 1: MEAL PLANNING AND PREP

1. Here’s What You’ll Learn

2. 8 Types of Meal Plans

3. Dealing with Different Diets at Mealtime

4. Creating a Meal Prep Structure

5. Meal Prep Equipment

6. Meal Plan Services and Databases

7. The 5 Minute Meal Plan

8. How to Share Saved Notes in Evernote

[BONUS] Done For You Meal Plan #1

[BONUS] Done For You Meal Plan #2

[BONUS] Done For You Meal Plan #3

STEP 2: MASTERING ONE-POT AND ONE-PAN RECIPES

1. Here’s What You’ll Learn

2. Instant Pot 101: Common Issues and Troubleshooting

3. Sheet Pan Meals

4. Crockpot and Stovetop Meals

[BONUS] 80 One-Pot and One-Pan Recipes

STEP 3: SET ‘BACKUPS’ WITH PANTRY AND FREEZER MEALS

1. Freezer Meals Breakdown

2. Batch Cooking for Freezer Meals

3. Freezer Meal Kits

4. Safe Thawing Practices

5. Pantry Meals

[BONUS] 30 Freezer Meal Kits

[BONUS] 200 Freezer-Friendly Meals

[BONUS] 35 Pantry Meals

Meal Prep Equipment [7 min]

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Meal Prep Equipment: What Do You Need?

While you don’t need a TON of products and tools to get started with meal prepping, there are a few things I absolutely recommend you start out with. They’re all relatively inexpensive, but super helpful. 


These are the tools that make my prepping sessions, no matter how short, MUCH easier- and fun! 


My ‘must-haves’: 

Grocery shopping app/service 

While I understand not everyone has a grocery delivering (or online ordering for pickup) available to them, if it is available to you, I really recommend you use it! It saves me SO MUCH time, effort, money. There is nothing quite like clicking a button to get groceries delivered to you. 



Here’s what I use:



Tools I love

Want links to the items I use every day? Click here to grab the links to products below in my Amazon Shop. 




Round plastic containers 

Baggy racks (these bad boys will hold your ziplock bags open so you can fill them using one hand. They’re indispensable to me when batch cooking for freezer sessions!)

Freezer safe bags 

(also reusable bags: http://go.thrv.me/SH7LN)

Masking tape

Sharpies

A good knife (I prefer at least 8 inches; they feel most comfortable in the hand for a wide range of chopping)

chopping board 


Optional: 

Printable labels

podcast/audible/playlist 

Time-saving kitchen appliances like Instant Pot, rice cooker, crockpot, etc