Last week, the guys over at Prepp’d sent me over some of their meals to try. Their handmade dishes are prepared using fresh, wholesome foods that are tailored to your gender as well as your fitness goals. Whether you’re looking to drop body fat or gain muscle, these guys provide a delicious, nutritious and convenient way to stay on track.

“Eat well without trying” – Prepp’d

Prepp’d cater for all in offering two different menus; both meat and vegan. In my recent endeavour to reduce the meat and dairy consumption in my diet, I thought I’d give their vegan menu a shot, since I’m on mission to broaden my horizons in terms of alternative protein sources. Overall, I was dead impressed. Tracking macros in the past, I’ve often sacrificed micronutrients in favour of hitting daily macronutrient targets. However, the chefs at Prepp’d have created high protein, colourful meals with nutrition very much in mind. I will most certainly be trying more of the menu when I next find myself pushed to meal prep for myself.



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Thanks to the bright yellow turmeric and creamy tamari in this scrumptious breakfast meal, it legit looks like scrambled eggs, sans les eggs. Unless I’m out for brunch I nearly always have something sweet for breakfast, so it was so nice to have something savoury to start the day. It was absolutely packed with flavour, from ingredients such as nutritional yeast flakes, miso and lemon juice. Although it might be better to come with a spice warning, those mushrooms were HOT!

Mushrooms, Kale, Tofu, Carrots, Sesame Oil, Garlic, Olive Oil, Spring Onion, Rice Vinegar, Tamari Sauce, Fortified Nutritional Yeast Flakes, Activated Cashews, Fortified Nutritional Yeast Flakes, Water, Miso, Lemon Juice, Garlic, Turmeric, Fruit Syrup, Apple Cider Vinegar, Lemon Juice, Black Pepper, Garlic Powder, Turmeric, Miso, Chili Peppers.




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This was perhaps my favourite meal of the day. There are so many textures brought into play here; crunchy cashews and pumpkin seeds are peppered with moreish dates and goji berries. Pea protein is used alongside the tofu to increase the #GAINS and for some extra greens I served it on a bed of spinach. Delish.

Tomatoes, Red Peppers, Pea Protein Powder, Tomatoes, Shallots, Dates, Caraway Seeds, Black Pepper, Rosemary, Cayenne Pepper, Turmeric, Pink Himalayan Salt, Broccoli, Lime Juice, Olive Oil, Goji Berries, Sunflower Seeds, Tofu, Tamari Sauce, Quinoa, Soaked Cashews, Lime Juice, Paprika, Fruit Syrup, Sweet Peppers, Pumpkin Seeds.




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Despite having ‘more nutrients than a beef burger’ I was somewhat skeptical when I first eyed-up this meat-free pattie. But my goodness was it tasty! It’s packed full of protein this one and again, brimming with flavour – anything with seasoned with rosemary I’m a sucker for and the sweet potato made it feel like real ‘comfort food’.

Cauliflower, chickpeas, kala chana, sweet potato, walnuts, portobello mushrooms, pea protein powder, apples, shallots, dried apricot, raisins, dates, garlic, sun dried tomatoes, fortified nutritional yeast, extra virgin olive oil, oregano, black pepper, garlic, tamari sauce, jalapeños, mustard, pink himalayan salt, flaked almonds, fresh rosemary.




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Who can say no to a doughnut with 16g of protein?! HELL NO! I tucked into this baby to refuel after a late night netball match and it was so damn delicious. I’m even tempted to try making some myself from the ingredient list below.

Gluten free oats, coconut cream, coconut oil, fruit syrup, pea protein powder, raw cacao butter, dates, almonds, cashew nuts, raisins, fruit syrup, raw cacao powder, raw cacao nibs, fresh raspberries, vegan cacao protein blend.



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