Pasta dishes are a quick weeknight meal, but we are often at a loss for creating something different. This Greek Chicken Pasta dish is so flavorful and, most importantly, simple to make. It uses the classic garlic and olive oil of many Greek dishes with the unique flavor of marinated artichokes and the freshness of lemon. Try whole wheat linguine to make it even healthier!
Spring is coming, and it’s a great time to lighten up the lunchtime routine. This recipe makes a great pack-ahead lunch and is designed for easy substitutions. Leftover chicken would work just as well, as would brown rice instead of the quinoa or baby spinach instead of the romaine. In a pinch, using a store-bought rotisserie chicken would be a great way to get enough meat for a week’s worth of lunches.
Beans are a healthy addition to your meal plan. This twist of chicken salad brings in southwest flavors and beans for a healthy option. Use homemade taco seasoning to keep the sodium content down.
This chili recipe deviates for the norm and is surprisingly good! Lean turkey and all the traditional chili spices gets an extra boost of nutrients with the addition of seasonal butternut squash.
Butternut squash soup is a very popular soup in the fall and winter, and it’s easy to make at home. Save time by buying pre-chopped squash cubes at the grocery store. Use your countertop blender or an immersion blender to achieve a smooth consistency.