7 Easy Entrees for Busy Nights

Simple. Delicious. Healthy.

How many tasks will you check off your to-do list in a single day? If you’re like us here at Skinny Ms., they add up! On any given day you might pick up medication for Mom, drop Junior off at soccer, and get ready for that meeting with the big boss. You need simple solutions for dinner, so check out these 7 easy entrees for busy nights.

Eating a healthful diet that enhances metabolism, lean muscle, and the immune system doesn’t need to be a hassle. In fact, it can be surprisingly easy to find entrée recipes that don’t take much time to prepare. For example, healthy slow cooker meals (like the Roadhouse Chili recipe below) prep in a snap and deliver a warm, ready-to-eat meal when you get home.

Planning for easy entree recipes is one of the top ways you can help yourself and your family get healthier. Menu plans take the stress out of serving nutritious meals because the ingredients will be ready to go when you are. Planning also takes away the temptation to cave to unhealthy—and expensive—takeout dinners. Use our FREE Clean Eating Menu Planner to get started.

1. Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato Chicken

Creamy Sundried Tomato Chicken 1 (1)
Made with a coconut milk base, this tasty meal satisfies the appetite without wrecking the diet.

2. One-Pot Black Pepper Chicken

Mix up your healthy menu with this savory, spicy recipe, which delivers easy prep and easy clean up.

3. Asian-Style Beef & Broccoli

Asian Style Beef & Broccoli
Our Asian cuisine-inspired dish is one of the easy entrée recipes that allows you to serve a delicious, fuss-free meal.

4. Zucchini Noodles with Creamy Red Pepper Sauce

Zucchini Noodles with Creamy Red Pepper Sauce
Don’t let the recipe name fool you—this is one of those surprisingly easy entrees that makes it look like you spent all afternoon in the kitchen. Julienned zucchini provides the base for this dish.

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Amy Wagner

Amy is a writer specializing in health & wellness, business, and entrepreneurship. She's a long-time martial arts teacher who has earned a 4th degree black belt in tae kwon do. When Amy's not writing or kicking, she's wrangling sons, reading fiction, or crushing on BBC actors.

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