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Bonus points for the cute presentation that doubles as built-in portion control. Recipe here.
Four ingredients, plus whatever toppings you want! Recipe here.
You really need to get over the misconception that cooking fish is hard. Recipe here.
Almond butter is the secret to making this delicious and filling. Recipe here.
Assuming you have olive oil, salt, and pepper on hand already, you only need five ingredients to throw together this truly balanced, satisfying dinner. Recipe here.
A classic starch-veggie-meat plate, with an extra flavor kick. Recipe here.
Quick, simple, and fancy enough for company. Recipe here.
Chicken, broccoli, sweet potatoes, and some low-fat mozzarella are all you need. Recipe here.
No fuss and, more importantly, NO WAITING. Recipe here.
Elegance without hassle. Recipe here.
Can't go wrong with crispy potatoes, you know? Recipe here.
If you have any kind of leftover vegetable mash (even mashed potatoes would work), just heat it in a skillet with some kale, crack eggs on top, and bake. Breakfast for dinner never looked so good. Recipe here.
Obviously go a little easier on the cheese. Recipe here.
Make it in a dutch oven OR a slow cooker, depending on how much time you have (and how far ahead you plan). Recipe here.
This one's billed as breakfast, but it's plenty satisfying enough for a filling dinner. Recipe here.
Fresh herbs, FRESH HERBS! Recipe here.
Here are 10 IDEAS (!!!) for dressing up a bowl of brown rice, which you can make in a big batch ahead of time.
Meatless Monday, here you come. Recipe here.
This quick and inexpensive fish bake is great for people who might not be crazy about fish, since tilapia is so mild. Recipe here.
One skillet, five ingredients, and just over 300 calories per serving. Recipe here.
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