Just because you’re busy, doesn’t mean you have to settle for takeout. If you’re looking for easy ways to eat a healthier dinner, we have eight recipes for you to try.
Warm, comforting soup doesn’t have to cook for hours. This protein-packed bean soup takes just minutes to cook and tastes like it simmered all day. Click here for the recipe.
Black beans make a yummy, protein-packed substitute for meat. Adding avocado to your burger instead of mayo will also give you all the creamy flavor you crave. Click here for the recipe.
Trying to eat more fresh greens this year? Make a well-balanced meal by topping your kale with a fried egg; it will add flavor and protein to the dish. Click here for the recipe.
Shrimp cook quickly, so they’re great for a fast and filling weeknight meal. Plus, this apricot sauce only tastes like it took ages to make. Don’t feel like outdoor grilling in cold weather? No problem. Just cook the skewered shrimp on a baking sheet in the oven at 400 degrees until they're cooked through. Serve over wild or brown rice. Click here for the recipe.
Seared chicken topped with tangy cherries tastes like Thanksgiving without the guilt. A side of steamed vegetables rounds out the meal. Click here for the recipe.
Pancetta is like bacon’s fancier cousin; it adds a rich, salty flavor to this light pasta dish. Click here for the recipe.
Adding tangerines to this easy stir-fry gives it all the flavor of takeout orange beef with none of the greasy guilt. Click here for the recipe.