Batch cooked yesterday. Me too! Batch cooking saves time and money! I spend so much less time during the week by batch cooking on the weekend. We used to get take-out or prepared/packaged food, but heating up food is so much faster!
Yesterday I made a pesto for whole wheat penne. I also made a batch of vegetable fried rice for lunches, hard boiled eggs for snacks, and limeade for a treat.
Today I packed my lunch (fried rice) and snacks (hard boiled eggs and limeade). I also brewed a few cups of tea at the office using gifted tea leaves and tap water.
Nice! And, I LOVE pesto! Yes, work days are so crazy, I love prepping on weekends, and putting lunch food into plastic containers for grab and go mornings.
I, too, boiled eggs which serve as breakfasts for me, and healthy protein snacks for DH.
DH has been making unsweetened sun tea all summer, and continues to do so. He loves that stuff!
Speaking of DH, I washed and trimmed rashes for his lunches.
I also assembled a 7 layer salad for my lunches today and tomorrow, a pan of chile enchiladas for tonight, and made crock pot pizza (all low carb, just as most of my cooking is) yesterday for last night's supper. Delish! Edited to add: I also made two bags of dump chicken: Two chicken breasts per bag, one seasoned with a homemade honey sesame glaze combo, one with tangy something something. Label, freeze, thaw the night before use, bake for 30 minutes. Tender and delish.
Oh, and I made 7+ dozen chocolate chip pumpkin cookies and will give some to neighbors, DH's co-workers and to bring as a Halloween party hostess gift this Saturday. And they freeze well. And I also made a few caramel apples to split with DH. ;)