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6 Healthy Recipes for When You’re Short on Time

Food | Lifestyle

It’s the holidays and you don’t have time to go to the store to pull together one of those fabulously healthy meals you are famous for (or you’re like me and you're starving for something fabulous and nourishing, but are never going to make it to the store and back without stuffing your face with something “less healthy”).

What you do have are a few random ingredients scattered around the kitchen.

Solution: Visit one of these healthy recipes and piece together a glorious feast!

1. One Pot Kale and Quinoa Pilaf

kale & quinoaGot kale? Got quinoa? Home cook Deensiebat won a Food52 contest recently with this little gem, and now you can whip it up too!

Get the recipe here.

2. Sweet Potato Lasagna

sweet potato lasagnaYou have a ton of potatoes left over from last week — use them as a substitute for pasta. They are MUCH healthier for you! Use this “Minimalist Baker” recipe as a starting place.

Get the recipe here.

3. Malligatawny Soup

mulligatawny soupThis soup from Paleo Chef Russ Crandall, aka “Domestic Man,” looks like it contains a lot of ingredients, but they are almost all from your spice rack. So pull out the blender and the coconut milk, and get deep into that spice rack with some apples, celery and carrots!

Get the recipe here.

P.S. Then check out his bacon wrapped sweet potato appetizers — holy moly!

4. Turmeric Chickpea Fritters

turmeric chickpea frittersA vegan twist on falafels. If you’re not stocking vegan goods in your pantry just substitute the real deal. Delicious and heavenly either way, and totally an anti-inflammatory food by the way!

Get the recipe here.

5. Turkey Hash Salad

turkey hash saladGrab those potatoes, some shredded chicken or turkey, and whatever salad leaves you’ve got hiding in the crisper and throw together this garlic filled wonder.

Get the recipe here.

6. 5 Ingredient Pastas

5 ingredient pastasFinally some yummy variations of those tired pasta dishes you’ve gotten used to falling back on from “Epicurious”!

Get the recipes here.

What are your favorite recipes to fall back on when you don't have much time? Share with us in the comments below!

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