1. Turn your favorite less-healthy foods into healthy food mashups!
I won't pretend that a pizza frittata (above left, recipe here) is the same as an actual pizza, but taking the flavor profile of a favorite comfort food and mixing it into something healthier like a frittata or a salad is a pretty great weeknight compromise. Buffalo chicken lettuce wraps (above right, recipe here) also fit the bill.
2. In a snacking rut? Try making healthier versions of your favorite childhood snacks.
3. Spring produce is here! Take full advantage.
Spring means a bounty of asparagus, peas, and all kinds of other green things. So, if you're sick of the same old lettuce salads, now is a great time to mix things up.
4. Use your spiralizer for more than just zucchini.
5. Investing in a pressure cooker is a great way to cook healthy dinners super fast without having to plan ahead.
Slow cookers are great, but they also require the foresight to get dinner going in the morning or early afternoon. With a pressure cooker, dinner can be ready from start to finish in as little as 20 minutes! If you're willing to splurge (like, really splurge), this pressure cooker is the best plug-in option there is. If you're just testing the waters and not ready for such an investment, this pressure cooker is also a solid choice.