This keto friendly, meal prep ready, sesame beef coleslaw is truly a simple yet delicious dish that you can prepare for the week.
When you combine ground beef with saltiness such as soy sauce (or coconut aminos) something wonderful happens. You get the great texture of cooked ground beef that cuts through your tastebuds, leaving you wanting more. Add in some shredded cabbage, a little carrot and some cilantro, and you have yourself a delicious meal prep ready meal that will last in the fridge for up to 4 days.
This sesame beef coleslaw is sometimes called “crackslaw”, or could be similar to an “egg roll in a bowl” recipe. Whatever you call it, it’s delicious.
This recipe only needs a frying pan and a stove, so it’s super simple to put together on a Sunday afternoon meal prep.
I often buy dry coleslaw mix for this recipe, since its convenient, and you don’t have to waste extra cabbage or carrot that you don’t use.
This can easily be purchased at your local grocery store.
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I’ve also made this recipe using a creamy mayonnaise base, which is super delicious. You can Click Here for that recipe.
Make This Into A Meal Prep
In the video below, I’m going to be showing you exactly how to incorporate this sesame beef coleslaw into a week’s worth of food, that can be prepped in under an hour and a half, to ensure your food is fresh, delicious and best of all easy to make.
This whole video is accompanied by a free printable guide which contains the exact amounts of each ingredient you’ll need depending on your gender and goals.
It contains prep day action plans and substitutions for dairy, nuts and other allergies, so don’t worry too much about the exact amounts showcased in this video, as this will likely change for you.
Instead of preparing a full 7 days’ worth of meals, I recommend setting aside two nights for meal prep. This is usually Sunday and Thursday, but it can be any day of the week you like, as long as they are approximately 4 days apart.
You can download the free 7-day meal prep here: https://www.fatforweightloss.com.au/free-meal-prep/
If you’re intermittent fasting, simply each lunch as usual, and keep breakfast for a delicious snack during your eating window.
Optional supplements I would also add would be Omega 3’s, magnesium and vitamin D, or stand in the sun for 20 minutes.
If you are worried you are unable to eat any ingredients within the meal plan here are some common substitutions: Substitute any of the proteins for a protein you can eat. These are interchangeable and won’t affect the macros dramatically.
Sub any dairy with a coconut alternative, for example, greek yogurt for coconut yogurt.