This dish is possibly the EASIEST thing to meal prep.  I don’t know why I haven’t done this sooner.  I used to think meal prepping was pointless since I worked from home, but just meal prepping this lunch has been a GAME CHANGER and I want to share it with you.  The no dishes at lunch time just cuts my time in half do either play with the kids or get some work done.   I doubled this batch for both my husband and I.  Enough for 4 days.


so double this if you want to make for your partner or kids too. Its delicious turkey.  Oaks loves it.




-1/4 cup Honey 

-1/2 tbsp Sesame oil

-3 tbsp Liquid Aminos



-1 cup Dry Quinoa

-1/2 cup chopped green onions

-2 cups steamed broccoli 

Cholula Sauce & everything but the bagel seasoning  


  • Cook quinoa according to package. I use the Aroma Pot.  Add 1 cup dry mix then 2 cups water and hit the quinoa button and it’ll beep when done.  If you don’t have one you can use a saucepan and cook over the stove the same way.  Just cover it.  I also steam my broccoli on the tray on top, if you don’t have it then the other option is to boil your broccoli, or you can sautee it with a little oil and cook for about 20  minutes over stove top.
  • Heat up olive oil over pan over medium heat.  Then add garlic and sautee for about 2 minutes.  Then add your ground turkey and cook until done.  About 15 minutes.
  • Meanwhile add honey, sesame oil and aminos to a small bowl.  Once ground turkey is cooked through, add in the sauce mixture and let simmer for a couple minutes.
  • Remove from heat and place in container.
  • Chop up your green onions.
  • Get a 1/2 cup out and scoop up 1/2 cup ground turkey mixture and place in the MEAL PREP CONTAINER.  These are reusable and I highly recommend them.  If not, I love these glass containers and you can just add all the ground turkey in them.
  • Scoop 1/2 cup of quinoa in meal prep container. 
  • Add green onions to top of turkey.
  • Place enough to fill the cup with your broccoli.

Then when you go to heat it up, add in the bagel seasoning and cholulua sauce over the quinoa and broccoli.  I also like to scoop the quinoa over into the ground turkey when I go to eat it.

HOT TIP: plan on using 2 pans for each serving.  If you double it of course.  It took me about 2 hours total to do all of this.  One mess and done!  So nice to have your meals ready for the week.  It sets you up for a good healthy week.  I feel like it gives me momentum to make healthier choices too.


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Okay you guys, this is a SNEAK PEAK at my meals on my new Lovebylynn Fitness website coming 2020!  I’ve literally had these for over a year now and finally getting around to launching this baby SOON.  Since getting pregnant and just not feeling very well, then becoming a mom of two, it was put on the back burner.  So I’ve started working on it again and going to double down to get it out to you SOON in 2020!    So heres some yummy dinner or lunch recipes that I die over and always make.  So easy to throw together, healthy, leaves you feeling satisfied and the whole family will love them.  At least mine does.


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  • 1 can albacore tuna (in water) costco is my favorite place to get tuna
  • 1-2 tablespoons veganese
  • 1/2 cup Better Body Foods quinoa 
  • 1/2 bell pepper 
  • 3 celery stalks
  • Couple slices jalapeno (if you like spicy)

DIRECTIONS: Cook quinoa according to package, I throw mine in Aroma Pot with 1 cup quinoa and 2 cups water and hit the quinoa button, and let it do its magic.  Also HOT TIP, I meal prep mine for the entire week, that way I can throw it in the microwave to heat it up, or not.  Its good either way.   The tuna cools it down anyways.

Then add your tuna and veganese in a bowl and mix it up! 

Cut up your bell pepper and celery. Then jalapeno if you like spicy.

Add everything to bowl and waaalaaaa!  Done. 

I preferably like this one for a quick easy lunch.


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DIRECTIONS: spiralize your zuchinis into noodles.   Set aside.

Then cook your ground turkey in a pan on medium heat.  

Add your oil to another pan and cook your noodles.  About 10-15 minutes.  I like mine a little crunchy and not too soft.  Too soft makes it soggy.

Then heat up your sauce in a pan for about 5 mins.

Add your noodles to a large bowl, turkey, sauce and all seasoning and waaallaaa! Done.


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makes for 1

  • 1/2 tbsp Dijon Mustard
  • 4 oz organic chicken breast or thigh
  • 1 tsp garlic
  • 1/2 tbsp Avocado oil 
  • 1/2 squeeze lemon
  • Green beans
  • 1 sweet potato
  • pink salt 

DIRECTIONS:  Preheat oven to 375.  add chicken, dijon, 1/2 tsp oil 1/2 squeeze lemon and garlic to a bowl or bag.  Spread all over chicken and leave in fridge for at least 20 minutes.

HOT TIP: prep more chicken for the week, I like to make at least 4.

Peel and cut your sweet potato into fry shapes.  Then place in a bag and put 1/2 tsp oil on them and some pink salt and shake around covering the whole potato.  Then place in the oven for 30 minutes.

If this is a thigh cook for 20 minutes, if its a breast you might need longer, just keep checking the middle.  Place in oven.

Then cook your green beans on the tray on top and water on bottom and steam it in the Aroma Pot for 15 minutes.  

Assemble everything on a plate and wallaaaaa, done!   I like to deep my chicken in more dijon mustard too.  

HOT TIP: I’ve been liking chicken thighs better lately and not so much the breast.  They have more fat so they’re more flavorful.