The Best Cookware for Meal Prepping

Whether you’re meal prepping for the first time or the hundredth, it is crucial to have the right tools for the job.

George Steckel|Sep 22, 2021
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Meal prepping is a wonderful way to ensure that you have delicious food on hand. It usually includes making big batches of grains, proteins, vegetables, maybe a sauce or two, and storing it in the fridge,

ready for reheating

.

While it sounds easy, the thought of cooking a week’s worth of meals in one day or night can be intimidating. But as long as you have the right approach and cookware, you’ll be set up for success.

Non Stick Set

At the end of cooking, the last thing you want to be left with is a bunch of dishes that require lengthy cleanup. Enter our

Non Stick Cookware

, which cleans in seconds so that you can focus more time on cooking than cleaning.

Built from the same construction as our

Award-Winning Stainless Clad

line and featuring a best-in-class Non Stick Surface, our Non Stick Pans heat extremely evenly and consistently, so you can get the perfect sear on your brussels sprouts, cauliflower, or chicken breasts, and use little to no cooking fats.

Blue Carbon Steel Roasting Pan

Carbon Steel is one of the best tools for cooking proteins, and our

Roasting Pan’s

shape only accentuates that. With high walls that promote even heating and a large surface area to fit enough chicken thighs, pieces of tofu, or turkey meatballs to last you through a week, this pan is the key to healthy eating.

Santoku Knife

The beginning of meal prep can be daunting, but all that prep work will be a breeze with the right knife.

Our

Santoku Knife

is built to chop any vegetable, whether it’s cubing a sweet potato to be roasted or shredding cabbage to make a slaw. It is fully forged and full tang, meaning that it is made from one piece of high-carbon stainless steel. What you’re left with is a durable, balanced knife that will make chopping vegetables fun.

Of course, our

Chef Knife

and

Nakiri Knife

are excellent choices, as well.

Stock Pot

Stock Pots

are the perfect vessel for cooking large batches of grains, whether that’s quinoa, farro, or rice. And with two sizes, 8 and 12 Quarts, they are ready to tackle any size of food prep thrown its way. They’re perfect for stews and chilis in the colder months and always make more than you need to freeze for a later date.

Our Stock Pots are crafted with a 5-Ply Stainless Clad body, so there is even heating throughout the entire cooking process.

Sheet Pans

One of the best tools that make weekly meal prep easier is

Sheet Pans

. All you need to do is cut up a bunch of veggies, toss them with olive oil, salt, pepper, and any extra seasonings you like and throw them on a sheet pan to roast at 400F until they get nice and crispy.

A good rule to follow is to make sure all your veggies are cut the same size so they cook evenly.