5 Healthy Dinner Recipes Anyone Can Make

Apr 22, 2020

jennifer.hansen

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When it comes to cooking, typically the best recipes are quick, easy and delicious. And if you can find a recipe that’s quick, easy, delicious and healthy… you’ve hit the jackpot. To save you some time, we have gathered 5 simple and delicious healthy dinner meals ranging from vegan to a lemon-Dijon pork dish. Get ready to pull out your apron and maybe grab your kiddos to help in the kitchen, ‘cause this should be fun!

 

1. 5-minute Chorizo Style Egg Tacos from a Couple Cooks

These vegetarian tacos are said to take 5 minutes to cook! Yes, you read that right… only 5 minutes to make these yummy chorizo-style veggie tacos. These tacos are filled with vegetables and an egg base that is seasoned to a perfect chorizo style. Click here for this delicious recipe from a Couple Cooks!

 

2. Lemon-Dijon Pork Sheet-Pan from Taste of Home

This meal from Taste of Home is perfect for a quick dinner recipe everyone is sure to love. The best aspect of this meal might be the easy clean up, since you only use one cooking sheet. From a deliciously seasoned pork to the simple and classic vegetables, this one should not disappoint.

 

3. Vegan Chickpea and Mushroom Burger from Kind Earth

You don’t have to be vegan to get on board the trend of plant-based eating. Eating more veggies, whole foods, and fruits is not only better for the environment and your health, it’s delicious too! By just eating fewer animal products, you will have a colossal positive impact on the environment and will be reducing your carbon footprint significantly. (Read more on that topic here) Amid our climate crisis, we think every little step can help in a huge way! Try this burger from Kind Earth for your next “Meatless Monday”, and win the whole family over!

 

4. Shrimp and Pasta Scampi Recipe from the Food Network

This Food Network recipe is easy, light and a summertime staple. If you’re feeding vegetarians this meal is easy to omit the shrimp and add in more tomatoes, squash and zucchini. And of course, if you aren’t a shrimp person but want more than vegetables, you can add in a lightly seasoned chicken. The balance of pasta and veggies in this dish is simply perfection!

 

5. Healthy Mexican Street Corn Burrito Bowl from Chelsea’s Messy Apron

Another vegetarian loving recipe with a southwestern feel from Chelsea’s Messy Apron! This bowl is easy to make and yummy for the whole family. This dinner may be vegetarian, but its packed rich in protein (14.7 g of it) from the black beans, corn, avocado, and red peppers!

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