5 Healthy Meals You Can Make In Under 30 Minutes

The work week is busy and there’s often no time to plan those filling, delicious, healthy meals our bodies are craving. It’s frustrating but the right meal planning goes a long way! Did you know there are an abundance of healthy meals out there that take thirty minutes or less to cook and prepare?

That’s the dream, right? The perfect work week meal takes hardly any time away from your evening and still tastes like it took hours to prepare! Here are a few we love this week…

1. Parmesan crusted salmon with green beans


Creating a gourmet dinner is as easy as wrapping your salmon in foil and putting it in the oven. This delicious recipe takes just 25 minutes to cook, so you can catch up on your favorite Netflix shows while the oven does all the hard work. Check out the recipe here.


2. Thai Curry Red Pepper Quinoa Soup


A warming Thai curry is just what you need on a cold, rainy day. Soup like this doesn’t take long to make, either, you just need to blend the ingredients and add the correct spices and seasoning. It’s the perfect dinner when you don’t fancy anything heavy. Find the recipe here.


3. Kale Pasta


Kale has so many health benefits, from boosting your mood to helping your skin and hair look smooth and shiny. So why wouldn’t you want to add it to everything? This kale pasta recipe is super simple, and delicious! Try it here.


4. Sweet potato and chickpea buddha bowl


Building a buddha bowl has to be the easiest healthy dinner or lunch. All you need are a few ingredients and a bowl. This recipe calls for chickpeas, sweet potato, broccolini, and kale. Yum. Find the recipe here.


5. Baked sweet potatoes

These stuffed sweet potatoes make a filling, wholesome meal when combined with some green vegetables or a salad. Crammed full of chickpeas, pesto, cabbage and pine nuts this is the perfect comforting Friday night dinner! Find the recipe here.



Let us know what your favorite recipe is in the comments below.

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  • Natalie Harney

    That buddha bowl looks incredible and any kind of baked or roasted sweet potato is a winner in my book

    – Natalie

  • HALE

    Baked sweet potatoes sound so good! Just out of interest, why are sweet potatoes are a better alternative to normal potatoes?
    Aleeha xXx

  • Rosa Braber

    Love it! I can’t get enough of sweet potato recipes. I make them often out of the oven with red onion, chili pepper, some goat cheese and a balsamico syrup


  • dreamofadventures

    yum! The sweet potatoe buddha bowl looks delicious =o)


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