64 healthy dinner recipes that require little to no effort
These recipes are nutritious, delicious and easy to make on busy weeknights.When it comes to writing grocery lists and planning fun, new dishes for the family or for one's self, it feels like we're constantly searching for innovative, healthy meals. Well, it's time to stop searching and simply scroll, as we're here with a roundup of tasty, healthful, creative dinners. OK, so we're not counting calories or limiting carbs here, but a huge part of eating well is simply opting for wholesome ingredients. You know, the good stuff: fresh vegetables, whole grains and quality proteins.
Most kids love tacos. It’s one of my favorite dishes to prepare because everyone can customize it to the way they like it. This is also one of the first dishes I ever learned to make growing up. It’s simple, tastes great and is a crowd pleaser. Now I don’t use a taco seasoning packet, no way! I like the freedom to customize each pan of taco meat. Here’s how I make tacos in our home –
You’ll need to following ingredients
1lb 85/15 Hamburger
3/4 teaspoon Oregano
3 tablespoon Red Wine Vinegar
2 cloves minced garlic
2 tablespoon Chili Powder (can be mild or hot)
1/2 teaspoon Black Pepper
3/4 teaspoon Salt
1/4 teaspoon Cumin
© Provided by Peyton's Momma You can do this one of two ways – take a large bowl and combine everything together mixing it with your hands or dump it all in the pan and use a spoon or spatula to mix it together. I do the pan method. If I can save a dish and do it all in one pan I’m going to do it.
25 Creative Cauliflower Rice Recipes That Are Low-Carb Sneaky Without You Realizing
Even if you’ve been living the low-carb lifestyle for a while now, chances are you still remember the days BEFORE pre-riced cauliflower. When I was first conscious of my healthy eating habits (or lack thereof), there was no such thing as frozen riced cauliflower. If you wanted to make a low-carb pizza with cauliflower crust, you had to rice it yourself (which could prove dangerous to your knuckles if you used a cheese grater...don’t ask me how I know). Of course, you could always use a food processor, but it was still a very messy process.
I usually cook this over medium to low heat stirring it once in a while to make sure all the seasoning is mixed well and the meat is cooked evenly.
While the taco meat is cooking I prep the rest of the veggies! Slice up a few tomatoes, olives, onions, lettuce and anything else you would like on top of your tacos.
Peyton loves some refried beans, but I take a shortcut on these and buy the ones already made. I heat those in a separate pan while the meat is cooking.
When the meat is cooked I set it up buffet style and let the family go through the line. This is always a crowd pleaser. And it works great if you have to double or triple the recipe. Just remember to use the meat with 85/15 as it does need a little fat to bring out the flavors. I’ve tried it with 90/10 and it’s too dry, 80/20 starts to get too runny and greasy. But the 85/15 makes a perfect batch every time! © Provided by Peyton's Momma
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30 Tasty Thanksgiving Soups .
Do you include a soup in your holiday spread? You should! These Thanksgiving soups are seasonal, satisfying and perfect to round out your meal. The post 30 Tasty Thanksgiving Soups appeared first on Taste of Home.