Products For Meal Prepping

This eight-in-one handheld spiralizer just wants to be invited to your Meal Prep Sunday party.

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A popular microwave pasta cooker to make cooking pasta, rice, and veggies somehow … even … easier? Truly all you have to do is put water and dry ingredients in it, hit the microwave buttons, and strain it right out of the container. Week’s worth of noodles = done and done.


Promising review: “I live alone and I hate breaking out my one big pot to make some pasta or rice and then having to wash the whole thing. The FastaPasta is a life saver. I can make a single portion or more depending on how hungry I am or if I’m meal prepping, and I love that I can make rice or veggies in it too (which I’ve done several times). Also a great re-useable microwave safe dish when I toss in some Trader Joe’s Frozen Stir-Fry. Also super easy to wash, just some soap and water or toss it in the dishwasher when I’m running a load. I’ve already told all my friends about it and two have also bought one.” —Ford Torney

Get it from Amazon for $16.98.


A *super* compact eight-in-one spiralizer that also grates cheese, juices fruits, and cuts ribbons, and more. All you have to do is change out one of the interlocking caps for a new function. Basically, you’re going to be adding zoodles and freshly grated cheese to every meal you prep from now ’til the end of time.

Emma Lord/BuzzFeed, Amazon

I recently purchased this because it was my cheapest option for making zoodles, and also because my apartment is the size of a shoebox and there was no room for anything bigger. I LOVE how easy it is to swap out the caps to do other things, too — I’ve started grating my own cheeses and feel very fancy. But mostly I just love that it’s very safe to use (it comes with a finger guard!), super easy to figure out, very compact, and even has measurements on the inside of the cup if you’re ever portioning things out for a recipe.

Promising review: “I haven’t had a chance to use all the attachments but the ones I have used have worked perfect. I’m a single person and this is just the right size for me. It has measuring units marked on the side so I know how many ounces there are which makes things so much easier for my meal prepping. It has all the attachments I can think of that you would need. All the attachments click together which makes storage of all extremely convenient. I think this is a great product!” —tab

Get it from Amazon for $14.99.


Or for heavier duty meal prepping, a larger veggie chopper that also spiralizes, juliennes, and slices, so you can give your poor hands a break and let this bb do all the work for you.


Promising review: “Oh , do we like this chopper? YES WE DO! We bought this short time ago but ever since this is our biggest helper in the meal prep time. We buy a sack of potatoes, onions and bag of peppers and one of us peels them and cuts with this little magic maker. Oh it’s a breeze! You have to push down hard to press onions for examples but I am a petite woman, even I can do it without much of a hassle and it is WAY MORE FAST than cutting them with our hands. It is very versatile, as I said we use it to cut many vegetables. It has been very sturdy and easy to clean overall. The only feedback, not complaint, is that it is hard to clean the small blade but it comes with a small comb and brush which are very helpful to clean the small holes in this blade. Overall, we really really like this product — small but mighty and our biggest helper in the meal prep times!” —CAScientist

Get it from Amazon for $23.97.


A two-stage knife-sharpener, because those blades you bought back in the day?? They’re probably super dull by now, even if you haven’t noticed since it’s happened over time. But sharper knives = faster, safer prepping, so you can ~refresh~ them with this.


Promising review: “Exactly what I needed! I really love this item and I use it every week while I’m meal prepping! My knives are cheap Walmart ones but this thing sharpens them so well that they cut through everything with ease! Highly recommend.” —Amazon Customer

Read our full review of the KitchenIQ knife sharpener for more deets.

Get it from Amazon for $5.99+ (available in three colors).


A rapid egg cooker that I am warning you right now is going to become your only personality trait. It can make soft, medium, *and* hard-boiled eggs in addition to poaching, scrambling, and making omelets out of them. This gizmo is like, a thousand potential brunches and meal preps in one.


I’ve owned one of these babies and have faithfully used it every week for upward of two years, and especially love it during quarantine — it simplifies breakfast because I know no matter what weird assortment of groceries I’m working with, there are precooked eggs to add some protein to it (I like mine medium-boiled 🍳). If my dinner is boring or seems like it needs a little extra “oomph” to it, I’ll throw in an egg from this too. Some reviews note that the alarm on it is a little loud, but the new models have significantly decreased the volume and sing a little song instead!

Promising review: “Love it! Makes perfect eggs every time. Easy to peel. Takes the guesswork out of boiling eggs. Helps me with my keto diet meal prep. Best $15 purchase I have made.” —NorthernMichiganJeep

Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in five colors).


A silicone baking mat for your sheet pan, so you can roast big batches of veggies with all your favorite sauces and seasonings without worrying about your pans (or wasting parchment paper).

Promising review: “No more foil. Easy to clean. Food slides right off. Staple for my Sunday meal prep.” —Pongey91

*Another* promising review: “I love these mats. They make clean up easy! My daughter is on a diet that requires her to not use oil or spray and these mats have been necessary to meal prepping her food. I originally bought these to prolong the life of my aging cookie sheets. Now my daughter wants them for her apartment as well.” —Joseph & Vicki Fajdich

Get a set of two from Amazon for $11.22.


A weekly meal planner you can use to map out all your meals and grocery needs in advance — particularly handy if you’re trying to cut costs, save time ordering groceries, and minimize your number of trips to the store.


The list magnetizes to the fridge, and has the meal plan on one side, and a perforated “shopping list” you can tear off and take with you on the other side.

Promising review: “I’ve been starting to get into meal prepping and this planner really helps! I like being able to look up recipes on my phone, then write down whatever ingredients I still need on the grocery list section of this planner. Being magnetic is cool because you can hang it on the fridge. I love how the grocery list section can be ripped off so you can take it to the store, but the daily meal plans remain on the fridge so you can stay organized. This is a very simple idea, but it’s cute and helps keep me organized and motivated to plan out my meals.” —Samantha M.

Get it from Amazon for $9.95.


Or a personalized spiral meal prep planner for anyone who wants to have a bird’s-eye view not just on this week’s prep, but all the weeks to come.

Mod 86 Designery/Etsy

Mod 86 Designery is a Minnesota-based Etsy shop established in 2009 that specializes in planners, address books, password books, and more.

Each of these laminated planners has 60 weeks worth of pages, plus a double sided pocket in the back for coupons on receipts.

Promising review: “I use this meal planner every week! The layout is clean and pretty, and I love the pockets in the front and back for coupons. Keeps our meal planning super organized from week to week. I staple our grocery receipts to each week too for extra tracking on what we are spending.” —Kristin

Get it from Mod 86 Designery on Etsy for $18+ (available in two sizes, with your choice of personalization on the front with eight font choices).


A produce-saver storage container designed to keep your fruits and veggies fresh way longer, so you can meal prep your salads without dreading the one slightly wilted one on Friday that got sacrificed to the hands of time.

Promising review: “I like to meal prep and kept having my veggies and fruits go bad within three to four days, now with the Rubbermaid Fresh Works Produce Saver food storage containers my veggies and fruits are so fresh!!! I had tried all kinds of things, washing/not washing my produce before storing, adding paper towels to the produce bags etc. Nothing was working. These are great!” —StampingScrapbookingMom

Read BuzzFeed’s review of these “miracle” produce containers for more deets.

Get it from Amazon for $10.69 (available in various sizes and sets).


A bottle of gluten-free, paleo- and keto-friendly avocado hot sauce to both delight and emotionally confuse your tastebuds with a combo of creamy avo + HEAT so delicious you’ll never get bored of your own meal prep ever again.


The question is less what can you put it on and more what *can’t* you put it on. Reviewers mention salads, burritos, eggs, burgers, sandwiches, and steak.

Promising review: “Flavorful and with just the right amount of kick. I lay this stuff on my meal prep foods to give it an extra oomph.” —Lazara Lando

Get it from Amazon for $12.99 (also available in Sriracha and Jalapeno flavor).


A silicone muffin mold to make perfect single-sized portions of egg bites, muffins, and basically any muffin-shaped food your meal prepping heart desires.,

This also works without a ton of nonstick prep, and with ridiculously easy cleanup!

Promising review: “These are perfect for anyone who wants to bake cupcakes, egg bites, etc without the long clean up. Before finding out these existed I was using the metal pans and no matter now I lined or sprayed I was dealing with a messy clean up. Once I got these my egg bites pop right out and make meal prepping a joy. Super easy to clean off or use in dishwasher. Hold up to the heat and no quality issues in over. Highly recommend.” —Brianna

Get one from Amazon for $9.99.


An electric potato peeler that whoops, just got a permanent spot on your counter. Not only does it effortlessly peel potatoes, but it can handle pretty much any peeled produce you throw at it, from apples to kiwis to oranges to tomatoes. (To be clear, though, your highest priority should *always* be mashed potato-ing.),

Promising review: “I am amazed at this little device. I hate peeling potatoes. I cook about 10 pounds of sweet potatoes at a time when meal prepping and dread peeling them. I could not believe this little contraption works but it works so well. Just cut the ends off flat, pop them on this and voila, a peeled potato. Little mess, little effort. Little kitchen space forsaken to store it as well. I am highly pleased.” —Caley G.

Get it from Amazon for $25.49.


A reliable little food scale to help you portion out all your ingredients for batch cooking, letting you seamlessly toggle from ounces to fluid ounces to grams to milliliters with the touch of a button.


Promising review: “Top 10 things used in my kitchen! I have used this thing for so much baking, meal prepping, and portioning! It reads accurately, cleans easily, the tare function is great, and instructions are not really needed as this thing is very simple to use.” —Steven

Get it from Amazon for $12.59.


A three-in-one avocado slicer small enough to slide into your utensil drawer – it’ll more than earn its keep by taking care of those pesky pits and giving you perfectly portioned slices when you’re already busy trying to prep 15 things at once.


This three-in-one tool can split an avocado with its pointy tip, remove the pit with its center, and make perfectly even slices with the bottom — a much safer alternative to using a regular knife and potentially falling prey to the dreaded “avocado hand.

Promising review: “I kinda thought this might be a gimmicky thing but was intrigued by both the video and other products this company makes. I am so glad I took the chance. We eat a lot of avocados so I’m pretty good at slicing & dicing, but this little gizmo has just made my work faster and much more efficient. The serrated edge smoothly cuts the skin, then you just take the middle prong thingy and place it over the pit, quick turn and it pops out. Now scoop out the flesh, put it on your plate, rinse the utensil and your work is done. Tried it with three ripe avocados and the results were perfect each time. This is a must-have if you want to get the most from your meal prep.” —Linda D.

Get it from Amazon for $9.72.


A set of glass meal prep containers that are safe in the oven and the microwave, meaning you can cook, reheat, and eat out of ’em without ever bothering to go find a plate. Plus, these lids are tighter than the Pentagon.


Promising review: “Perfect for eco-friendly meal prep. I was looking to use less plastic and more glass in my meal storage which is why I ended up buying this set. The glass is thick and really durable, the lids fit snugly and everything is dishwasher safe. I feel better knowing I don’t have chemicals leaching into my food. Well made product.” —HoorayForCoffee

Get a set of five from Amazon for $25.99.


Or a set of adorable reusable bento boxes if you have different parts of your meals you want to portion out. These are also microwave-, dishwasher-, and freezer-safe, although they may just be too cute for you to stand., Amazon

Promising review: “I’m such a pink fanatic, and needed cute, durable meal prep containers for my busy lifestyle. They help me feel somewhat motivated to meal prep on Sundays. I’m just an aesthetic snob, and these containers have great portion sizes and stack well.” —Its_Tru

Get a pack 10 trays and lids from Amazon for $11.99 (available in three colors).


An eight-pack of ready-to-eat refried beans with a 12-month shelf life, so any time your meal prep needs a little extra something to it and you don’t have time to get to the grocery, you’ll always have at least one delicious option at the ready.


A Dozen Cousins is a San Francisco-based, Black-owned small business that specializes in 100% plant-based food and provides an annual grant and volunteer support to nonprofits working to eliminate socioeconomic health disparities in the US.

Each of these packs comes with four packs of black beans and four packs of pinto beans, which can be heated up in the microwave in 60 seconds.

Promising review: “What a great, convenient, healthy meal solution! I used the Cuban Black Beans in a breakfast bowl with scrambled eggs and they were an awesome addition. So easy to heat up in the microwave in their pouch and mix right in with the rest of my bowl. I’ll definitely order these again to help me save time on my meal prep. I can feel really good about this company’s social mission to help families in under-served communities eat well!” —Amy

Get an eight-pack from Amazon for $29.99.


A pair of shredder claws to carve all your meats up faster than Wolverine can blink, sparing you and your measly fork from getting in a lengthy tug-of-war once a week’s worth of meat comes out of the oven.

Promising review: “It makes shredding meat so much easier than using forks! For people that are trying to be healthy and meal prep, I like using the Instant Pot to cook up a bunch of frozen chicken and then use these claws to shred it and I have shredded chicken throw on salad or in soup throughout the week. Easy to clean, just rinse them and put them in the dishwasher. Strong and sturdy too, definitely doesn’t feel like they’ll break anytime soon.” —Daniel Koestner

Get it from Amazon for $12.99.


A pair of herb scissors with five blades, so you can have fresh! garden! herbs!!! in all your salads and sprinkled on all your favorite dishes, jazzing up meal prep staples that might have gotten a lil’ tired by now.

Promising review: “The scissors are amazing! They make meal prepping so much easier!!!!” —Paula O.

*Another* promising review: “I like to grow herbs and use them in salads, soups, and many other recipes. I received these Jenaluca Herb Scissors as a birthday gift, and can’t believe how fast and easy it is to cut up cilantro, basil, parsley, lovage, etc. My husband tried them today too for the first time while making guacamole, and found that slicing the cilantro went very quickly. The storage case-cleaner is very efficiently designed too. I ordered four of these sets to give as gifts.” —Lucille P. Nawara

Get it from Amazon for $15.99.


A rapid grape, strawberry, and tomato cutter so you can safely get perfect halves for any genre of salad you’re prepping, whether it’s a straight up fruit one or a traditional veggie one.


You can also use this to safely cut bagels and slices of meats that you’re trying to cut through the middle of!

Promising review: “Must-have for your kitchen. I am so sorry I never purchased this before, it makes meal prep so much easier and saves you time. My only wish is I would have learned of this product more quickly. It is easy to use and clean plus takes up minimal storage space! Great product and high quality.” —Eric R. Saliwak

Get it from Amazon for $12.49.


A meal prep digital download full of four weeks of creative meal prep ideas *plus* a cost-saving grocery list to go with them — basically meal prep with training wheels for anyone who is new to the concept, or wants to majorly save some $$.

Easy Monthly Meals/Etsy

Easy Monthly Meals is a US-based, woman-owned Etsy shop established in 2020 that specializes in four-week meal prep plans.

Promising review: “I absolutely love this meal plan! The meals are simple and there aren’t any ingredients that my family won’t eat. I love the variety and also love how the grocery list has every item you could possibly need, and it’s easy to make dietary substitutions as needed. Thank you for this awesome meal plan!! So excited to get organized before life gets back to normal.” —sackercu

Get it as a digital download from Easy Monthly Meals on Etsy for $9.60.


An insulated meal prep cooler specifically designed with deep-as-heck pockets to accommodate all your Tupperware, with space for three containers, two bottles, and a top pocket for extra snacky snacks.


Promising review: “Today is my first day with my new lunch box and I have to say I love it so far. It fits my meal prep containers perfectly and I love that it has two handle options. The compartment have stayed pretty cold with the ice square I purchased. The only con I can think of is the zipper on the main opening is a bit flimsy and gets snagged.” —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $19.49 (available in three colors).


Or an insulated thermal lunch tote that says, “Meal prep, but make it fashion.” The larger size of this leakproof-lined bag has the capacity to hold up to 24 (!!) cans, so it’s got all your meal prepped goods on lock.


Promising review: “This bag is great. I take my meals with me everywhere (yes I am this hard for my meal prep) it’s hard to stick with your own nutrition plan without having a good way to keep your food fresh. It’s a great size for my Pyrex containers, snacks and water bottles. The pockets on the outside are the perfect for my keys, cell phone and wallet. Plus it’s so cute! You definitely need this bag if your daily needs are similar to mine.” —Siobhan Maxie

Get it from Amazon for $29.99 (available in five colors and a smaller size).


An air fryer that can cook so many different dishes using the power of rapid air technology that it’ll spoil you for other methods of cooking forever. You can get a week’s worth of perfectly crisped veggies or meats in less than 20 minutes — no oil (or patience!!) required.


Another bonus? These are excellent at rapidly reheating foods you’ve meal prepped and restoring their crispiness, so nothing ever feels like a leftover you prepped a few days before.

Promising review: “Great product! I bought it for my boyfriend since he meal preps a lot. It has made cooking so much easier for him and he absolutely loves it. Saves so much time and comes out tasting great! It will originally come with a plastic smell, run it a few times and it goes away completely 🙂 BUY IT.” —Dean

Get it from Amazon for $69.99+ (available in four colors).


A trio lasagna pan designed so you can meal prep three different kinds of lasagna at the same time and avoid meal prep fatigue (and also get *chef’s kiss* perfectly crisped edges in every slice).


FYI, you can 6,000% use these for brownies, blondies, and bread too.

Promising review: “Great pan, made three different dishes for meal prep. This pan is heavy duty and very well made. A sausage lasagna has been my signature dish for decades but my dinner parties usually include at least one vegetarian. If I make lasagna, I end up making a vegetarian version. Now I can make both in the same pan. You can also prep three different pasta dishes to bake at once and then portion for freezing. As a single person, I don’t want 12 to 16 portions of the same recipe. Now I can have three or four of three different recipes to freeze. Love this pan. Just sorry I held it in my cart for more than a year before I decided it was worth it.” —Jan

Get it from Amazon for $16.99.


A bag of cassava flour, a plant-based, grain-free, gluten-free option perfect for anyone with dietary restrictions who wants to batch cook bread options at the beginning of each week.


Iya Foods is a US-based, Black-owned small business specializing in flour, baking mixes, food powders, and spices and seasoning, with a commitment to buying local, creating an energy-efficient business model, and fostering stronger food connections between the US and Africa.

Promising review: “My husband is a gluten-free guy, so we use a lot of different flours like almond flour, coconut flour, and buckwheat flour, but our mainstay is cassava flour. We make up large batches of hotcakes every other week which constitutes his ‘bread.’ I also use the cassava flour 1:1 for regular wheat flour in all other recipes. Since I can’t find any cassava flour in bulk at Winco, Amazon is my only source. I’ve bought other brands before but this product is the best as far as I am concerned.” —Sherry B. Lauter

Get a 2-pound bag from Amazon for $9.99 (available in three other sizes).


A mini waffle maker you can use at the beginning of the week to churn out a batch of adorably-sized, perfectly cooked-through waffles so quickly it’ll put IHOP to shame — not to mention hash browns, paninis, biscuits, and even (gasp) PIZZA.


Promising review: “Best waffle maker ever! Extremely simple to use and produces perfect waffles EVERY time. I don’t have a lot of space in my kitchen, but I really like waffles. This maker is about 4 or 5 inches in diameter. It heats up exceptionally quickly just by plugging it in. All you have to do is whip up your perfect waffle mix, lightly oil each grilling surface, plop about 1/4 cup of mix inside, close the lid and wait for most of the steaming to stop. I make a big batch and freeze most of it. They are the PERFECT size to reheat in my toaster straight out of my freezer. Breakfast meal prepping for the week in one fell swoop.” —jj

Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in nine other non-heart-shaped colors).


A rice cooker that will make eight cups of rice in one go, then neatly pop into the dishwasher when you’re done. It also comes with a built-in steamer, so if you’re like, “Get this bread! But also these veggies!!” you can prep them at the same time.

Promising review: “This rice maker has saved my life. To save money I have been eating a lot of rice and I use it in almost all of my meal prep. This rice cooker has the ability to make just a little bit or quite a lot of rice and you can make wife or brown rice along with a few other options. I use it at least once a week if not more.” —Collin Dodson

Get it from Amazon for $29.92.


A set of adorable meal prep stickers small enough to fit on your planner pages, and bright enough to remind you that it is, in fact, Meal Prep Day.

Sassy Apple Studio/Etsy

Sassy Apple Studio is a Tennessee-based Etsy shop that specializes in planner stickers and themed planner sticker kits.

Promising review: “These are my favorite meal prep stickers! Vibrant color and great paper!” —Nakki Price

Get a sheet of 20 from Sassy Apple Studio on Etsy for $3+ (available in two finishes and with or without text).


A set of reusable silicone Stasher bags you can get in a ton of bright, fun colors and different sizes for an environmentally-friendly way to store prepped food. Plus, these work in more than just the fridge — they’re freezer- and microwave-safe, too.


Promising review: “Okay okay. I jumped on the Stasher ‘bag’ wagon. I got these as part of the Prime Day deal and I was not disappointed. These have stood the test of time. Easy to wash and clean. Great for the freezer. You can sous vide with them. Maybe it’s overkill as a sandwich bag. But for meal prep and food storage I think they’re great. This sandwich size is the most versatile. I have all four sizes. Try it out.” —Tina H.

Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in four sizes and eight colors).


A set of three mini salad dressing bottles, because honestly, you deserve better than to be shaking dressing out of a tiny Ziploc bag just to enjoy your Caesar salad in peace.


Promising review: “Perfect for meal prep. These are perfect for liquids. I used to put salad dressing in little containers that leaked EVERY SINGLE DAY without fail. A friend recommended these and they’ve worked perfectly. Not one leak. They wash well in the top rack of my dishwasher.” —Amazon Customer

Get the set of three on Amazon for $9.99.


A sleek FoodSaver vacuum sealing machine if you go above and beyond with your meal prep and don’t just set yourself up for the week, but looootsa weeks to come. This will help prevent freezer burn and keep frozen foods fresh up to five times longer, and comes with custom settings for dry and moist items.


Promising review: “I am loving this FoodSaver! It is so narrow and great looking, I can leave it out on the kitchen counter all the time — no having to haul it in and out of a cupboard when I want to use it. Works so well, too, with great suction power. When I read the reviews, I was worried that I would have trouble getting it to lock into place, as I am in my sixties, and have arthritis in my hands, but it is so easy — you just have to put a little pressure on each front corner. I am using this machine almost on a daily basis. It’s a great companion to an Instant Pot, too! Lots of freezer-ready meals in very little time, with no loss of quality. Highly recommended.” —DaisyMae

Get it from Amazon for $79.99.


A cauliflower prep tool designed to help you quickly de-stalk your cauliflower and broccoli in a fashion altogether more orderly than my go-to, which is “just rip it apart with your bare hands.”


Promising reviews: “A must-have tool for meal prep! I wish I had this tool years ago because it absolutely does what it says it does with ease. No more ‘sawing’ away at hard cauliflower and broccoli stalks as it just cuts its way through quickly and the job is done with very little mess. No more sharpening knives or finding the right knife to cut those stalks as this tool does it in seconds. It is strong and sturdy and the wide handle really allows you to have a good grip. LOVE IT!” —K. Faase

Get it on Amazon for $7.19.


A yogurt maker that can make 6-ounce containers of up to seven different types of yogurts at once, so you can make fruity yogurts in every color of the rainbow 🌈.,

Promising review: “I have two of these now. I make a double batch twice a week. I let them go for 12 hours and the soy yogurt that I make is just perfect :). I have an Instapot that is supposed to make yogurt too but I’m getting such great results from this one, I’m sold for life :).” —Carolyn J Spillman

You can check out BuzzFeed’s review of this yogurt maker for more deets!

Get it from Amazon for $32.99.


A digital food thermometer to prevent any mishaps when you’re doing your big beginning-of-the-week meat prep — this compact, lightweight model easily cuts through meat to give you a temp reading in three to five seconds, so you can have perfectly tender meat every time.


It’s also backlit for use outdoors or in dark ovens, and can read temps in Fahrenheit *or* Celsius.

Promising review: “Great deal. Accurate temperature readings, which is great for when I meal prep big batches of chicken.” —BuyandReview

*Another* promising review: “This digital meat thermometer is the best I’ve ever had. I own others, but they are either too bulky to fit in the drawer or too hard to read. This one is small and lightweight; it’s easy to pull out the probe and very easy to read the temperature. I purchased several as stocking stuffers for Christmas. They make a gift that will be appreciated for its size and ease of use, but most importantly, it will be a gift that gets used instead of put away in the closet.” —Yardleydoc

Get it from Amazon for $13.99.

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