Meal Prepping For The Kids

Hey Fablete Fam!!

Today is meal prep day, and that means you’re getting a recipe, AND tips on how to meal prep for your whole family!! Because I don’t know about you, but I want my kids to be eating healthy too. Like, I feel way bad if I’m like eating super healthy, but my kids are having hot dogs or mac and cheese. RIGHT?!

So check out my live video, see how to meal prep for everyone in your household, so you can all be healthy TOGETHER and happy.



Sushi Rice
White Wine Vinegar
Mix together

Scoop 1/4 cup of your rice, put onto your 10 ft of Seran wrap, (jk, don’t use that much haha), and roll it into a ball. There you have RICE BALLS! Super quick, easy to grab, my kids and husband love them.

2. Tupperware meals for kids!

FIRST, remember your macros! Protein, fats, carbs. In this video, you’ll see I put 1/2 a pita bread, ham, chicken nuggets, blueberries, pickles, and fruit snacks:) for my kids.

I cut most of the food up into shapes (mostly just triangles, haha) and the blueberries are already round, so we have some variety in shape and color! Because kids eat with their eyes before they eat with their tummies. We all do!!

Now, you can totally mix your own tupperwares up, depending on food allergies, and even just preferences. But be sure you’re sticking to your macros, sticking to color, shape, and even texture. And what’s really important: DON’T OVER THINK IT!

Meal prep should actually be pretty simple, and there are tons of options out there. Just pay attention to what your kids like and go from there:) Same for husbands!!

If you have your own meal preps that work for your family or kids, please share! Meal prep is all about experimenting and doing what works for you and your home.

PS! If you haven’t already signed up for my FREE 15-Day Flat Abs Challenge, make sure you do that HERE, because summer is just around the corner:)


  • Nadine

    Reply Reply April 27, 2017

    How much Rice vinegar should be used?

    • Marissa Lebaron

      Reply Reply April 28, 2017

      It will depend on how much rice you’re making! As a guide though, for every 3 cups of uncooked rice, you’ll use 1/2 cup of rice vinegar! Hope this helps!

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