10 Simple & Healthy Weeknight Dinners [recipes]

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My typical weeknight goes a little something like this… I walk through the door at 7pm, Brett’s just coming home from the gym; we kick off our shoes and glance at each other with pained looks on our face and say “takeout?”, or “why don’t we just go out”.  Then it’s back out to the car for a trip to our favorite local restaurant, or worse…Chinese takeout…dun dun dahhh.  There are so many quick and healthy weeknight meals we could whip up, but most of the time we’re simply unprepared or “too tired”!  There’s always an excuse, but excuses no more!  I’ve put together a list of ten healthy family meals that are simple to make, hopefully I’ll give some of these a try this week 😉


Simple & Healthy Weeknight Meals

 #1: Mac & Cheese with Roasted Chicken and Goat Cheese [recipe]


#2: Skillet Shrimp Cous Cous [recipe]

#3: Healthy Turkey Stroganoff [recipe]

#4: Beef & Green Bean Stir Fry [recipe]

#5: Health Pasta Carbonara [recipe]

#6: Cheesy Baked Pasta with Vegetables [recipe]

#7: Chopped Greek Chicken Salad [recipe]

#8: Better Than Take Out Pad Thai [recipe]

#9: BBQ Chicken Pizza with Califlower Crust [recipe]

#10: Baked Stuffed Zuchini [recipe]

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