Grass Fed Organic Beef Meal Prep Recipe

Hey everyone welcome back for another easy, delicious and macro friendly meal prep recipe! This one is for those of you who love stir fry, but might be looking for a healthier version. I am a huge fan of finding ways to make meals that take less than 20 minutes start to finish, so I can pack up my meal prep containers and get out of the kitchen on the weekend to enjoy other things. This recipe for organic grass fed ground beef with a medley of fresh, tasty vegetables is a great combination for your meal prepping routine. I make this at least two times a week and sometimes for dinner when I am pressed for time after work. It’s one of my favorite go-to high protein, low carb recipes.


I wrote in a previous blog post about how I am using the new Amazon Fresh grocery delivery service and have been loving it! I got all of the items for this recipe from this web-to-door program and they also offer the first month free to test it out.


  1. Heat up a large skillet and use a generous amount of coconut oil spray on medium heat
  2. Add the beef first and let that cook all the way, until the meat is no longer pink
  3. Start to add in the bean sprouts, then the peppers, water chestnuts and onion
  4. Add a few shakes of the Trader Joe’s everything but the bagel seasoning blend (this stuff is amazing on any recipe!)
  5. Then add a generous amount of Bragg’s Liquid Aminos (this stuff tastes like soy sauce and is loaded with good for you amino acids)
  6. Cover with the lid and let simmer for about 15 minutes, or until the vegetables are tender, but not mushy
  7. Serve and enjoy!

Meal Prep Tips:

  • The reason I love organic grass fed beef is because it has a lot of flavor. I purchased this particular brand at ShopRite and it was really reasonably priced (I think $7 or $8 a package). If you are following a ketogenic diet you don’t have to go with the leanest meat, and usually the less lean it is the less expensive as well. This one was 85% lean
  • I like to use the grass fed beef packages because I can easily divide this recipe into 4 small meal prep containers and have a good sense of the macros. Each of these containers has 1 serving of the beef; 240 calories and 21 grams of protein
  • Liquid Aminos is my favorite thing to cook with – I literally put it on everything! It’s great to make boring vegetables taste amazing.
  • Add tons of vegetables that you enjoy so that you can fill up on good-for-you nutrition and fiber (which helps to keep you full longer). I love veggies, so you can make this a few times, with a variety of vegetables and it will always taste a little different
  • You can also add some mozzarella cheese on top and melt it which tastes amazing!

Why I Love This Recipe:

For quick meal prepped lunches, or a fast dinner after a long day this recipe is a great option. You don’t need to add rice or carbs to make this taste good, just add tons of vegetables that you enjoy. I also love to add cauliflower, sugar snap peas, broccoli, zucchini and the list can go on and on. The Liquid Aminos is the secret sauce – literally! Make sure to buy it if you haven’t tried it yet, you won’t regret it!

What are some of your favorite ways to make a healthy stir fry?

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