15-Minute Meal Ideas For More Veggie-Packed Weeknight Dinners

I think that cooking is one of the greatest things you can do for yourself. It’s empowering, creative, and helps you eat well. Cooking and eating lots of plants doesn’t have to hard, boring, or labor intensive, either — it can actually be super tasty and fast! Check these recipes for 15-minute vegetable-packed meals I developed…

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Cook Once, Eat Well All Week

More adventures in Sunday meal prep. This time, I turn a bunch of whole roasted sweet potatoes into 4 very different meals to make dinner throughout the week as easy as possible. This has been the go-to Monday night meal in our house: baked sweet potatoes, with sauteed mushrooms + spinach, topped with a fried…

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Trader Joe’s Brussels + Beets Bowl

This bowl is made using all Trader Joe’s convenience produce — pre-cubed butternut squash, steamed baby beets, cooked lentils, shredded brussels sprouts, and flaked almonds. Check out MindBodyGreen for the full recipe.

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Cook Once, Eat Healthy All Week

Sunday food prep is a necessary part of setting me up to eat well all week. Here’s an example of what a good week of simple meal prep looks like for me: I made a big batch of quinoa, along with some roasted bell peppers, onions, zucchini, and delicata squash. I made Coconut Curried Quinoa with Spinach…

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Roasted Vegetable Bowl With Spicy Peanut Sauce

This is the kind of lunch I love eating almost every day. Heaps of roasted vegetables over a bed of greens, with some crispy lentils and a killer sauce. This one has all of my fall/winter favorites: Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and butternut squash. The super simple spicy peanut sauce ties it all together in a…

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