Honey Mustard Thyme Chicken Thigh Meal Prep

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meal preeeeeep!


something i used to do every single sunday and wednesday without fail for a good 3 or 4 years straight. my short-lived bikini competitor season lit a fire in me, WHEW! i still meal prep here and there though, guys, because it’s convenient, and so, so beneficial to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, weight, energy levels, etc., etc., etc., buuuut i’m not so anal over it anymore at this point in my life.

nevertheless, it’s a comforting feeling to have something healthy in the fridge ready to go right when you need it.

i made us a huuuuge sunday dinner of:

  • Honey Mustard Thyme Chicken Breasts

  • Roasted Ranch Brussels Sprouts

  • Honey Roasted Sweet Potatoes

    the sweet and savory combo was EV-RE-THANG. i made an IG post explaining how i didn’t like for the food on my plate to touch when i was growing up #girlbye but i was clearly missing OUT! a bite of all these flavors on my fork at once was magical, ya’ll. you’ll see.


you can use any cut of chicken you’d like. i love chicken thighs cause they are super juicy, flavorful, and dark meat actually contains higher levels of vitamins and nutrients (iron, zinc, riboflavin, thiamine, and vitamins B6 and B12) than white! however, the fat content per serving is a lil’ higher:

WHITE MEAT - 2.5g fat per serving

DARK MEAT - 6g fat per serving


the coconut aminos i’m always yapping about are low glycemic, naturally sweetened, and make a fantastic marinade. fish, turkey, beef, veggies, whatever! i have also made tons of dressings and yummy sauces with it as well. such a great, versatile, healthier option vs soy sauce. chicken recipe right huuuuur:

Yield: 8 thighs

Honey Mustard Thyme Chicken

prep time: cook time: 45 minstotal time: 45 mins

low glycemic, easy, sweet, savory, herby :)


Honey Mustard & Thyme Chicken
  • 1/4 cup dijon or course ground mustard
  • 1/4 cup Truvia Nectar
  • 8 skinless chicken thighs 
  • 2 tbsp fresh minced thyme
  • 1/2 tsp pink Himalayan sea salt
  • 1/2 tsp crack black pepper 
  • 2 tbsp Coconut Aminos


  1. preheat oven to 400 degrees
  2. in a large mixing bowl, add thighs, mustard, thyme, truvia nectar, and aminos; marinate for 30 min minimum 
  3. coat a large baking pan and spread thighs out evenly.  sprinkle with  sea salt and crack black pepper
  4. bake 45 minutes or until juices run completely clear (when cut into)


fresh thyme is recommended but dried works fine too. massage the dried thyme between your finger tips to release its fragrant oils.



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the cut of protein you choose totally depends on your own specific dietary needs. me? ya girl is in maintenance mode and tired of chicken breast. #gottaswitchitup


this week has been different…in a good way i suppose! i’ve taken a few commitments off of my plate for the first time in years (that i’ll be blogging about) and i have already had several, “oh, wait, i don’t have to do that anymore..” moments. i also have an overall feeling of excitement for what’s to come!!! my future is completely and securely in His hands; that gives me so much confidence and reassurance about the tough decisions i’ve made.


another exciting annoucement coming up NEXT along with HOW you can grab these other two amazing recipes!!!

if you make this or any of my healthy, dairy-free dishes PU - LEEEEEZE don’t forget to tag me on Insta or Pin away!


happy preppin’ and most important, happy, healthy livin’!

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