This week's meal plan goes to show just how quick and easy it can be to create healthy and delicious dinners. Healthy convenience items, such as frozen hash browns and pretrimmed veggies help to get dinner on the table in a flash. These recipes come together in 30 minutes or less—seriously, 30 minutes or less from start to finish—and are simple to make, so even non-cooks can conquer in the kitchen.
Even if you love to cook, with after-school activities and other events taking up precious evening hours, making a healthy dinner some nights can feel like a chore. In this week's meal plan, we've chosen seven healthy dinners that are perfect for prepping ahead, so you can get most of the meal prep done and out of the way in about an hour on Sunday. With some light prep during the week, dinner will be on the table in a flash. This easy-to-follow plan will save you time and energy when weeknights get busy.
Cooking from scratch is a great way to eat healthy, but it's not always the most realistic with a busy schedule. Venturing down the frozen food aisle for some staples can save you serious time and energy in the evenings. And while the frozen food section often gets a bad rap, it is possible to find healthier options. This week's meal plan combines carefully curated convenience foods with fresh ingredients to make delicious, easy dinners everyone will love. Be sure to check out the shopping tips which will help guide you to the healthier items.
Lately I’m trying to appreciate and cultivate simple pleasures in my daily routine—little things that bring me joy (and reduce my stress levels). Things like: sitting at the table at mealtime, taking a walk with my family after work, having baked potatoes for dinner. Baked potatoes!
The ultimate comfort food—starchy and warm and filling—baked potatoes are the perfect antidote to a chilly autumn night. It’s amazing how something so wholesome, so available and inexpensive could be so delicious too. But it’s true.