Celebrities Who Eat the Same Thing (Pretty Much) Every Day
For stars like Mariah Carey, Eva Mendes and Kylie Jenner, repetition is key!
Because the actress likes to think of food as "fuel for my body" she has no problem sticking to the same dishes for multiple meals. "For lunch, I usually have salmon and rice or quinoa, and I try to include a salad," she told SHAPE. "I’ll eat the same thing for dinner. I’m a creature of habit in that way."
Kylie Jenner & Tyga
"I make the same meal every morning because it’s amazing and it’s T’s favorite," says the reality star of her egg and rice scramble with a side of sausage. "He always asks for it!" Get the full recipe for her "Breakfast of Champions" here.
The Jane the Virgin star says eating the same thing everyday forces her to eat healthier and saves her time on food shopping. “Since I don’t have much time to cook, I tend to cook in bulk and eat leftovers,” she shares. For meals throughout the week, Navedo will “blanch a bunch of broccoli and refrigerate to have on hand to sauté as needed.” Read her full daily food log here.
“My meal everyday,” the model captioned a photo of her plate with a half-eaten grilled cheese, cup of french fries and a little ketchup on the side. We should all be so lucky!
When it comes to feeding her family of five, the Food Network star's go-to is a hearty protein and flavorful roasted veggies. “We do two things almost every week—either grilled steaks marinated in herbs or roasted chicken,” she says. “There’s always a roasted vegetable, like Brussels sprouts or sweet potatoes or broccolini—whatever’s in season. I love to shop at the farmer’s market or grab something from the garden and roast that.”
Ayesha and Stephen Curry
On game day, dinner is always the same in the Curry household. “We have pasta, and I make the same sauce every time,” Ayesha saidof her go-to gravy from her cookbook, The Seasoned Life, made with San Marzano tomatoes and her own herbs and seasonings. “We’ll switch out the protein sometimes—ground chicken, ground turkey, ground beef, sometimes straight-up vegetarian—but, for Stephen, it’s all about the carbs. It’s just getting that pasta in.”
This article originally appeared on people.com.