Dinner Plans

Dinner Plans

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When it comes to figuring out what's for dinner, weekly meal plans and ideas from EatingWell's food and nutrition experts make meal prep and cooking easier.

 
7-Day Meal Plan: Fresh From the Farm Dinners

7-Day Meal Plan: Fresh From the Farm Dinners

A week of veggie-packed, farm-fresh dinners.

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7-Day Meal Plan: Quick & Healthy Dinners for Summer

Ready in about 30 minutes, the recipes in this meal plan use simple ingredients and easy cooking techniques to create incredibly flavorful, healthy dinners in a flash. With delicious summer ingredients, like plump tomatoes, colorful peppers and fresh, flavorful herbs, these dinners are perfect for a warm summer night. You'll be using the grill quite a bit, which helps to keep your kitchen nice and cool on those hot summer days. 

7-Day Dinner Plan: Shortcut Dinners for Spring

The longer days and warmer temperatures signal a shift in the seasons from winter to spring. With spring comes a craving for light and flavorful meals that use fresh spring ingredients, like peas, strawberries, radishes, greens and plenty of tasty herbs. In this 7-day dinner plan, spring ingredients combine with shortcuts, like frozen tortellini, healthy store-bought dressing, prepared pizza dough and frozen cauliflower rice to create a week of healthy, easy dinners that will satisfy your seasonal cravings.

500-Calorie Dinners: Vegetarian

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500 Calorie Dinners: Vegetarian

These vegetarian recipes are packed with flavor.

Going meatless, even once a week, can have real health benefits, including weight loss and reduced risk for heart disease. Why? Plant-based foods, such as vegetables, beans and lentils, are low in saturated fat and full of fiber, which helps you feel satisfied on fewer calories.