Worst question ever!
Looking at the clock reading 5:00 pm……….
“What’s for dinner?”
You know we got your back, right?
Here are FIFTEEN fabulous 15 minute meal ideas and/or recipes:
What better way to start this party….. Curry Butter Shrimp from A Calculated Whisk
Caroline’s Cooking is showing this super fast Crab Pasta:
If you enjoy Salmon, Blessed Beyond Crazy has a fast Salmon Burger Recipe.
Over at Gator Mommy Reviews, we find a yummy French dip sandwich that would go on the table fast.
Throw in a side salad and call it a night.
Are you a Trader Joe’s fan? Over at Bright Green Door you can find this Trader Joe’s Chicken Salad.
Anyone a vegetarian? Actually, even if you aren’t a vegetarian, eating a meat free meal is great on the budget.
Valerie at Mama likes to Cook is sharing these: EASY VEGETARIAN SOPES*Don’t have access to sopes, you can try a roll or hamburger bun instead. It’s all about using what you got.
Following Paleo? Here are some Unstuffed Paleo Cabbage Rolls from Confessions of an Overworked Mom,
Need hardy food? How about this Cowboy food from the Become a Coupon Queen:
At Happy Deal Happy Day, you will find super quick and kid friendly… English Muffin Pizza’s :
Who doesn’t love breakfast for dinner?
Graceful Little Honey Bee has these Country Breakfast Bowls that would be great for a dinner meal.
How about this quick Turkey Sausage One Dish Dinner from The Jenny Evolution?
For those with a little bit more elevated pantry, here is a Tuna Thai Red Curry, from Strength and Sunshine, that is gluten free and Paleo friendly.
Lettuce wraps are a wonderful way to put a quick meal on the table.
A fellow Oregonian, An Oregon Cottage shows a wonderful Chicken and Lime Lettuce Wrap:
A super quick and easy Garlic and Oil Chicken Pasta from Mending the Piggy Bank:
Finally, last but not least, here is a Pesto recipe that you can quickly add to a pasta from Graceful Order.
We hope these 15 minute meals inspired you to have a quick meal at home. (Great way to save some money, plus you know what is in the food that way.)
Meal planning can be a great way to combat dinner time stress. We talk more about our breakfast plan HERE (with a YUMMY RECIPE).
What’s your favorite quick meal?