You probably have most (if not all) of the necessary ingredients for this simple dinner. I don't add the oregano, parsley or sesame seeds, because at this moment my kids don't like "things" in their sauces! Still came out delicious. Carly's tip: add veggies (like broccoli or carrots) when there are only 15-30 minutes of cooking time left.
Check out this recipe from Pinch of Yum. I love to add quinoa to any dish I can - it's considered an "ancient grain" but it's actually a seed. It's a good source of protein and fiber, and naturally gluten-free. This dish also has asparagus and peas, which pump up the nutrition value!
Salmon in the crock pot? Sure! Try this recipe from Delish, and be sure to serve with a side of veggies.
No, this will not taste like traditional boxed mac & cheese, but this recipe from Eating Well will taste good! And it's healthy.
Try this healthier version of your favorite take-out dish from Show Me The Yummy. Use coconut aminos in place of soy sauce for a lower sodium + soy-free + gluten-free option.
This recipe from Damn Delicious takes only about 20 minutes to make.