Five Easy Skillet Lunches
At Almond Home, We believe in healthy and tasty meals all the time. However, lunch seems to be an ever-present defier of our belief. Most families are busy and run around. Today we're going to talk about ten healthy and tasty meals that can make lunch a more enjoyable experience for everyone. If you don't have time to cook at lunch, try meal prepping so that you can save time and look forward to lunch during the day.
This one-dish meal can be cooked in a skillet in about 30 minutes. That makes this mustard chicken perfect for dinner or lunch. The braised chicken has French inspirations that the creator of the recipe learned from French culinary school. It uses two types of mustard so that you can get a good flavor and a thickened sauce. The touch of cream brings the sauce together, and a classy white wine makes the meal.
Unless you think that lime tastes like soap, you love the pairing of lime and cilantro. This lime and cilantro chicken is a prep-ahead meal. It serves 4 and takes an hour to cook from prepping to the plating. All you'll need is the ingredients and an ovenproof skillet to complete this chicken. Adding some cooked rice for some extra nutrition and pack ahead to save time during the week.
Finding one-skillet meals that are easy to cook, quick, and healthy could be compared to finding a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. However, this recipe is your pot of gold. It's low carb, only takes 30 minutes, and you'll only need one skillet. Chicken and fresh vegetables come together to form for servings perfect for those looking to get healthy and save time during the week.
Moving from the healthy to the comforting. Homemade mac and cheese is usually a multi-pot dish that dirties up the whole kitchen. This recipe takes one dish, serves four, and only takes 30 minutes. sIn addition, unlike store-bought and box mac and cheese, this recipe brings the flavor with paprika, Dijon mustard, and thyme leaves.
Low carb, keto, and Atkins diet friendly! This cheesy spaghetti squash skillet only takes one pot, serves six, and takes 40 minutes. You'll be able to eat dinner and have leftovers for lunch for the entire week. Think about adding an apple or another healthy snack to the side to complete the meal. This might be the healthiest and most efficient timesaver on our list.