These pouches of perfection are SO quick to make, easy to clean up and healthy! You literally could put almost any fish and veggie combo together in here and it would be delicious.
These fabulous noodle bowls are exploding with flavor and packed with vitamins and minerals. If you don’t have a spiralizer, you can make this dish by julienning or using a vegetable peeler instead.
The best pasta dishes are always extra creamy with no shortage of cheese. If you’re eating vegan, dairy is a no-go, but you can replicate its texture and richness. This dairy-free “Cheesy” Vegan Pasta is a surefire crowd-pleaser.
This recipe for Roasted Chicken Thighs, Butternut Squash and Brussels Sprouts has to be one of our favorite go-to weeknight meals when we want something comforting and warm, but are short on time.
This one-pot dinner is a simple take on the classic combination of chicken and rice. After you quickly brown the chicken and sauté the vegetables, everything cooks together in the oven, creating a flavorful dish out of simple ingredients.
This hearty dish has all the fantastic flavor of classic fried rice but stars the gluten-free nutritional powerhouse grain quinoa.
This crisp and refreshing salad that utilizes the spiralizer is exploding with flavors and packed with vitamins and minerals. Don’t have a spiralizer? This dish can be made by julienning instead or by using a vegetable peeler.
This easy tomato sauce takes about 45 minutes to make. To really save time, cook it the night before you plan on serving. Then, while the pasta cooks, reheat the sauce on the stove. Dinner’s done in minutes!
This hearty and delicious recipe can be prepared using an electric pressure cooker or a slow cooker. Top with the accompanying Quick Slaw for an out-of-this-world flavor combination.
This dish goes by different names—goulash, American chop suey and more. No matter what you call it, this gluten-free macaroni and beef dish is delicious.