10-Minute Easy Healthy Meal Ideas

August 25 2017

Let’s face it, sometimes there isn’t enough free time for us to make a great and tasty home cooked meal no matter how much we want to whip up some food that we are craving. Long hours at work, appointments, workout here and there, usually take the top of our-to-do lists that we end up with only a little time to prepare for meals. So instead, we opt for food that is either less nutritious or expensive.

But did you know that it is possible to make a nutritious, home-cooked meal that is easy and healthy? All it takes is 10 minutes, tops! Breakfast, lunch or dinner, this is certainly the kind of fast food that health experts would approve of. Oh, and it won’t even break the bank!


Simple Poached Egg Avocado Toast

Photo by: Pinch Of Yum

Take your usual avocado toast to the next level by topping it with a poached egg. Protein, fats, and carbs complete the nutrition trifecta.


Quick and Easy Chicken Burrito

Photo by: Brunch Time Baker

Got some leftover chicken in the fridge? No worries! Combine it with avocado, cheese, a little bit of seasoning, then cook it in a pan and you’ll be ready to eat some quick extra delicious burrito!


Veggie Fried Rice

Photo by: Pinch Of Yum

Toss your leftover rice, peas, eggs, corn, any vegetable, soy sauce in a pan and what do you get? A foolproof tasty meal!


Spicy Cilantro Shrimp With Honey Lime Dipping Sauce

Photo: Love Grows Wild

Shrimps cook quickly and are packed with protein for those busy evenings. Saute in butter for minutes, with paprika, cumin, cinnamon, cayenne, and toss in some fresh lime juice.


One-Pot Salmon With Arugula and Avocado Salad

Photo by: Yasmin Fahr / Serious Eats

Make a lemon-olive oil vinaigrette and toss it with arugula, cubed avocado, and parmesan cheese while your salmon is searing on the stove. This fatty fish serving can decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease.


Broccoli and Parmesan Soup

Photo: Jules / The Stone Soup

Now, who wants soup? With little ingredients, blend the broccoli and add some parmesan rind – you’ll thank yourself.