Cook Once, Eat All Week: 26 Weeks of Gluten-Free, Affordable Meal Prep to Preserve Your Time & Sanity

By | November 3, 2019

Cook Once, Eat All Week is a revolutionary way to get a delicious, healthy, and affordable dinner on the table FAST. Author Cassy Joy Garcia will walk you through this tried-and-true method and show you how batch-cooking a few basic components can give you an entire week’s worth of dinners with minimal time and effort.

Have you ever tried a meal prep plan before and gotten so excited about having your cooking for the week done ahead of time, only to find yourself totally exhausted after a full day in the kitchen, shocked by your grocery bill, and tired of the same leftovers by Tuesday? Cassy Joy Garcia had been there, too. As a mom, business owner, and Nutrition Consultant, she needed to get a healthy, affordable, and tasty dinner on the table fast every night, and she knew there had to be a better way to do it. 

She finally cracked the code when she discovered that by batch-cooking a protein, starch, and vegetable each week she could easily assemble three fresh, diverse meals in minimal time. After years of her readers asking her for better meal prep strategies and easy recipes, she released 4 weeks of recipes on her blog, Fed and Fit. Since then, tens of thousands of people have made and raved about the series and begged for more!

In this book you’ll find 26 weeks of affordable, healthy, delicious meals that your family will love eating, and a chapter full of bonus 20-minute meals. Optional Instant Pot and slow cooker instructions are included to get you even more time back in your week. With a Real Food foundation, the weeks in this book aim to support dietary approaches that range from: gluten-free, dairy-free, Paleo, low carb, egg-free, kid-friendly and more. 

Three simple ingredients like shredded pork, potatoes, and cabbage are turned into these three easy to assemble meals:

  •       Honey Mustard Pork Sheet Pan Dinner
  •       Enchiladas Verde Casserole
  •       Sloppy Joe Stuffed Potatoes


This book is a must-have for anyone looking for a REAL solution to help them eat healthfully while also saving time and money and loving what they are eating. 

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3 Comments

Anonymous on 11/03/2019 at 14:48.

5 Stars Not Enough! This meal prep method is genius! Cassy Joy and her team at Fedandfit have come up with a way to take the chore out of food prep while considering budget and dietary concerns (dairy free, grain free, paleo options) in order to help you serve up a lot of tasty and fresh made dinners with minimal effort. Seriously, it’s a lot of food in these plans so if you’re single or young couple or perhaps empty nesters even, you can halve these recipes or plan on making them as is and stocking your freezer…

Anonymous on 11/03/2019 at 15:06.

I can enjoy my weekends!!! I still can’t believe I have a resource like this on my hands! It has changed EVERYTHING about how we feed ourselves in this household. We no longer eat the same damn food every single night throughout the week. Cassy and her team did such a well-thought to the most minimal meal prep detail for us!1. I don’t have to break my head coming up with a shopping list to then but half of the stuff I wouldn’t use. Now I shop for exactly what I need and nothing else. Zero waste! And it’s all budget…

Anonymous on 11/03/2019 at 15:25.

Awesome structure but misses the mark for me I love the concept of this book and, I think it will save a lot of people time in the kitchen. I love to cook and already meal prep on the weekend so I bought this book to see how It could possibly be a resource for my nutrition clients. I think that it delivers in that respect. Especially for people that are not used to already eating healthy. If I am basing the review on usefulness for myself, I would give it three stars. A LOT of the recipes have nightshades, which I currently can’t eat. If…

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