Having a busy schedule is stressful enough without you blowing that hard-earned paycheck on takeout. Make one of these 15 warm, hearty meals in just one skillet. Minimal mess to clean up and dinner on the table, in some cases, in as little as 25 minutes. What's not to love?
Got 25 minutes to spare? Try your hand at Naturally Ella's delicious chipotle black beans and rice topped by cooked eggs. Serve with avocado and a dollop of Greek yogurt for maximum nommage.
Recipe Runner's hearty and healthy turkey and vegetable skillet comes together in just 20 minutes and is perfect for busy weeknights.
You don't have to be on the Paleo diet to appreciate this delicious recipe for lemon rosemary chicken from Bravo for Paleo.
Dinners, Dishes & Desserts prepares cheesy Mexican rice in just 30 minutes.
Whip up some chicken covered in sesame seeds and green beans in just 35 minutes that you can enjoy alone or with some brown rice. How Sweet It Is knows how to reward the palate following a rough case of the Mondays.
This recipe from Naturally Ella needs a little more of your time but it's worth all 55 minutes and then some. Why? Curried butternut squash is why.
Classic stuffed peppers unstuffed in a skillet, you say? Yes, please, we say. This new twist by Two Healthy Kitchens is everything you love about stuffed green peppers, but faster and easier. Sold!
ifoodreal chopped the cabbage into slightly larger pieces to avoid mushy results. Take a look at this mouthwatering recipe — St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner.
The Gracious Pantry intrigued us with this recipe. You don't boil the pasta, and check out how yummy it looks.
Chelsea's Messy Apron combines sweet potatoes with rice, black beans, sweet peppers and corn, and tops it with fresh cilantro, cheddar cheese, tomatoes and sour cream for a burrito bowl that will knock your socks off.
All you need is 30 minutes for this 13-PointsPlus Mexican skillet meal featured on KitchMe. Ground beef, corn, black beans and cheese and sour cream make for a satisfying and guilt-free dinner.
If eggplant parmesan is your jam, then you have to check out this easy one-skillet recipe from Annie's Eats.
You'll have to dust off that spiralizer to make beet noodles that you will then bake with tomatoes, red onion, olives and feta. Skinnytaste points out that this versatile dish can be an appetizer served with baked pita chips, a side dish or even as a main dish.
Shashuka is a Middle Eastern dish, explains Kara Lydon/The Foodie Dietitian Blog, traditionally eggs baked in a spicy tomato stew. This version uses harissa, a North African condiment, which is a hot chili pepper paste made with roasted red peppers, garlic and spices.
Le Crème de la Crumb whips up this quick, easy and healthy shrimp asparagus carbonara in just 30 minutes.