Meal prep is the best thing to happen to healthy eating -- and Damn Delicious Meal Prep makes it tastier than ever!
It's 6:00 pm, and you have nothing planned for dinner. Again. If you're like many folks, including blogger and author Chungah Rhee, this happens more often than you care to admit! Wanting to regain control of her health and eating habits, Chungah turned to meal prep: the secret weapon that keeps everyone from celebrities and athletes to busy parents and young professionals on-track and eating well.
Chungah quickly found that meal prep is an amazing way to save time and money and to keep you and your family eating healthy all week long. By taking the time to plan your meals, prep ingredients, and do some cooking ahead of time, it's easy to have perfectly portioned healthy options at your fingertips for any time of the day.
Inside are Chungah's go-to recipes-including some favorites from the blog. You'll find inspiration for delectable protein-packed breakfasts, energy-boosting snacks, and slimmed-down comfort food favorites-none of which sacrifice flavor. Who wouldn't be enticed by a 205-calorie Breakfast Croissant Sandwich or an under-500-calorie Mason Jar Lasagna? She also arms readers with dozens of tools for making habit changes actually stick. This indispensable cookbook is sure to help you live a healthier (and more delicious) life.
Chungah Rhee is the writer, recipe developer, and photographer behind the incredibly popular blog Damn Delicious. She has a Bachelor's degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Master's degree in Public Health at the University of Southern California.
Started in 2011 as a hobby, Damn Delicious has since grown to become a full-time job and business. Chungah and her recipes are regularly featured in major media such as People, Better Homes & Gardens, Bon Appetit, Cooking Channel, HGTV, Redbook, The Kitchn, Huffington Post, and Buzzfeed, among others. Her first book, Damn Delicious: 100 Super Easy, Super Fast Recipes, was published in 2016 by Oxmoor House.
Today, Chungah cooks nonstop alongside her favorite assistant, Butters, the Insta-famous corgi (you can find him hamming it up @butterscorgigram). Chungah, Butters, and her soon to be husband, Ben, all live, play, and eat in Los Angeles.