Meal prepping for two is entirely possible even if you have different goals.
- Only prep as much food as each person needs. Skip days where they have meetings or social events.
- Increase or decrease the portions. I may only need 100 grams of chicken while I might portion out 140 grams for my hubby.
- You can vary the sides/carb quantities based on goals. Extra large serving of sweet potatoes for someone bulking or 1½ cups of broccoli for someone on a cut.
- You don’t have to measure out both peoples meals. One person may prefer a buffet style prep so they can pick and choose their combinations each day.
- Designate areas of the fridge for each individual so you don’t have to label boxes with pre-measured foods.
- Don’t forget to chat about what you’re both okay eating on repeat.
Meal prepping together saves time, money, helps you stay on track and is honestly a great way to to support one another in reaching your goals.