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15 Minute Healthy Recipes You Need To Try

15 Minute Healthy Recipes You Need To Try

I love food but I swear it takes me 5 hours to make a dish and only 5 minutes to eat it all. I find balancing the time I spend cooking with the time I want to spend cooking hard to maintain so to keep myself from ordering out every night, I try and find recipes that are healthy to eat but also quick to make. So if you are like me here are ten healthy recipes that are going to save you time in the kitchen but help keep you healthy as well.


1. Quick & Easy Burritos

All you need for this is a tortilla, beans, vegetables, meat, or rice. The only thing you really have to have is the tortilla because you can’t make the burrito without it- but everything else is up to you, so if you don’t like something skip it. All you have to do is lay down the filling on the tortilla, roll it up, and enjoy.

Tip: Heat up the tortilla in the microwave for ten seconds with a wet paper towel laying on top for a fresher, less-stale tortilla.

You can get the recipe here!

2. Whole Wheat Pasta with Vegetables

This is a really simple recipe and it’s really economical as well. For this recipe you use frozen vegetables and boil them with the pasta for the entire cook time. Then you top the pasta and vegetables of with a tablespoon of butter, ¼ – ½ cup of cheese, and any leftover meats you have. This is a really quick and easy recipe that you can make many different ways.

 

3. Sloppy Joe’s

For the meat lovers reading this, here is a quick way to make an American classic! Get the full recipe here.

4. Black Beans and Rice

This is a fast and easy way to get some protein incorporated into your diet. Try adding some curry, onions, cilantro, or even mangoes or avocado to this dish for extra flavor.

You can get the recipe here!

5. Veggie Fried Rice

Now, I love fried rice- and incorporating vegetables into the rice makes it that much tastier and that much healthier, so I don’t feel bad eating it once a week.

You can get the recipe here!

6. Zucchini Pasta with Cashew Basil Pesto

This one requires you to have a spiralizer, but you can also swap it out for whole wheat pasta noodles. All you need to do is sauté the zucchini in a pan or boil the pasta, add the ingredients, mix it all up, and you have a gourmet meal.

Get the recipe here!

7. Veggie Pizza

Okay, who doesn’t love pizza?! It’s North America’s favourite food after all and in order to tell my mom I’m eating healthy I make it with a ton of veggies. Just pop it in a toaster oven for 10 minutes and you’re good to go!

Check out the recipe here!

 

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8. Black Bean Quesadillas

This is a protein-rich option for those of you who lack protein in their life or those who just want to eat quesadillas. If you want, you can also add in vegetables to get a different flavour.

Check out this recipe here!

9. Vegetables & Curry

This is a really good way to make sure you get enough vegetables in your diet. It is really easy to make- it is quite literally only a five step process to make but it tastes like a five-star chef made it.

Check out the recipe here!

10. Warm Spinach & Salmon Salad

This a healthy and filling salad packed with omega-3s and protein, which are important for your health.

Get this recipe here!

You may not be the next MasterChef but with these you can at least be the next MasterChef of your dorm!

What are some other healthy recipes students can try? Comment below and share this article with friends!

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