Oct. 24 is perhaps the most important food holiday of the year! It's National Food Day, and we are super excited to celebrate.
Food Day is all about eating real, healthy, sustainable food. But eating healthy doesn't have to be tough! There's no need to spend hours of prep and mess up your whole kitchen just to eat a few whole foods. We know how busy you are on weeknights. That's why we've come up with some easy,real food recipes that you can cook up using only one pan. Seriously! Check these out:
Just an easy dinner using your favorite kind of egg noodles. If you want to be even healthier, you can use whole wheat or soba noodles.
Sweet fruit and pork are so good together, and this dish really could not be any easier. We recommend eating this with some healthy carbs like #3:
Warming up the kale just a bit makes it so much easier to eat and enjoy. Toss it with balsamic vinegar, butter, and your favorite veggies -- plus anything else you have on hand, like fresh basil, grilled salmon, brown rice, dried fruit…
We won't tell if you want to make life easier on yourself and use store-bought meatballs, although they aren't too tough to make from scratch. If you are making them by hand, try mixing in a boatload of finely chopped mushrooms in addition to your breadcrumbs. Not only will this give you an extra savory flavor and a nice, tender texture, it will also pack in some vitamins and help you stretch out that ground meat.
Sautee some chicken, sweet potatoes, beans and your favorite vegetables for a super easy weeknight treat that you can serve with rice, tortillas or any which way.
As the weather cools off, soup becomes more and more appealing. It's also healthy, hearty and a great way to fill up on veggies, particularly with this super flavorful, filling rendition.
Because who doesn't love a classic chicken and potato roast? Bonus: throw some asparagus or green beans onto your sheet pan for an extra delicious, fully balanced meal.