Eating healthy is hard enough, but if you’re not a great cook or if you don’t have a ton of kitchen supplies, it’s even more of a challenge. Luckily for you, Spoon University has you covered with these healthy dinners that anyone can make.
Skip the takeout and make this instead. Recipe here.
Turns out kale isn’t bad. All it needed was some mango. Recipe here.
You can make this in a toaster oven. Plus, using flatbread in place of crust is easier than pizza dough. Recipe here.
Add more veggies into your diet with this low-carb fried rice alternative. Recipe here.
5. Sofrita Bowl
Sofrita bowls in 15 minutes — make it in less time than it takes to wait in line at Chipotle. Recipe here.
No more having to spend $7.99 at Whole Foods for these. Recipe here.
This sandwich and soup combination is the perfect pair. Drop the Panera. Recipe here.
One pot meal = fewer dishes to clean. Get it here.
Do all your cooking in a microwave and save yourself some time. Recipe here.
10. Turkey Chili
Make this 20-minute hearty chili and eat it by itself or with a side of crackers or rice. Recipe here.
Yes, you can eat sweet potatoes any time of the year. Recipe here.
You don’t have to give up your burrito addiction to be healthy. Recipe here.
Zucchini is a perfect, versatile vegetable substitute for carbs, and it makes these delicious zoodles. Make them here.
All you need are 6 ingredients, all of which you can find in your dining hall. Recipe here.
Make a few healthy substitutes, such as replacing sour cream with Greek yogurt, and you’ve got a healthy dish just as delicious as the original version of this recipe. Make it here.
This recipe looks pretty and tastes just as good. Make it here.
Did I mention it’s vegetarian? Recipe here.
This recipe is a versatile, non-traditional take on tacos that will get you out of your salad rut. Recipe here.
Who says you need to give up pizza? Recipe here.