It's hard to come by healthy recipes that actually taste good and don't take FOREVER to make. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Universal Pictures / Via weheartit.com It’s also easy to reach for your phone and order takeout, or pop some very processed freezer foods into the oven, just in time to watch your favorite show. But neither option is likely to keep you full or help you meet your fitness and nutrition goals (whatever those may be). So for your convenience, we rounded up some delicious-looking recipes that are easy to make and will actually keep you satiated until it's time for your next meal. They also include only whole, minimally processed foods, and have very little added sugar, if any at all. Alright, prepare your cooking supplies and let's get into it! 1. Cheesy Cauliflower Breadsticks Jo (Jo Cooks) / Via jocooks.com There is never a bad time for cheesy "bread."Here's the recipe. 2. Mexican Street Corn Chicken Salad Jocelyn (Inside BruCrew Life) / Via insidebrucrewlife.com You can save time preparing this delicious salad by oven-grilling or baking the corn.Here's the recipe. 3. Easy Weeknight Chicken Fajitas Faith (Home Ec. at Home) / Via homeecathome.com You can throw this versatile recipe over a bed of greens, brown rice, or just eat it by its zesty self.Here's the recipe. 4. Five-Minute Cheesy Zoodles Dashing Dish / Via dashingdish.com Crank out these zoodles and have dinner on the table in no time.Here's the recipe. 5. Winter Squash, Leek, and Vegetable Soup Jenni and Mimi (The Naughty Nutritionists) / Via thenaughtynutritionists.com This rich winter soup will warm you to your toes.Here's the recipe. 6. Peppers and Chipotle Chicken Burgers on a Portobello Bun The Leaner Approach / Via theleanerapproach.com Because who doesn't crave a savory, cheese-covered burger every now and then?Here's the recipe. 7. 25-Minute Chicken Cauliflower Fried Rice Lacey (A Sweet Pea Chef) / Via asweetpeachef.com Sneak more veggies into your meal with this tasty take on ~fried rice~.Here's the recipe. 8. Five-Minute Oatmeal Power Bowl Angela (Oh She Glows) / Via ohsheglows.com Quick, simple, and it will keep you full as you take on the morning.Here's the recipe. 9. Cauliflower Risotto Cara (Fork and Beans) / Via forkandbeans.com You're going to want the whole pot for yourself.Here's the recipe. 10. Salmon and Shredded Brussels Sprout Tacos Alyssa and Maria (Spinach 4 Breakfast) / Via spinach4breakfast.com This is how to up your fish taco game. Here's the recipe. 11. Turkey And Quinoa Stuffed Zucchini Boats Lacey (A Sweet Pea Chef) / Via asweetpeachef.com Mix it up. Scoop it in. Bake. And voilà!Here's the recipe. 12. One-Pot Mexican Shakshuka Krista (Joyful Healthy Eats) / Via joyfulhealthyeats.com Eggs baked in a skillet of tomato sauce, topped with cheese and avocado. Yes, please.Here's the recipe. 13. Shrimp and Avocado Salad With Miso Dressing Lindsay (Pinch of Yum) / Via pinchofyum.com PSA: Avocado and shrimp make a damn good duo.Here's the recipe. 14. Pizza Frittata Nupur (The Veggie Indian) / Via theveggieindian.com Pizza for breakfast? Yep, we're on board.Here's the recipe. 15. 30-Minute Spicy Ancho Turkey Chili Pinch of Yum / Via pinchofyum.com This chili will spice up your life. Or, your dinner, at least.Here's the recipe. 16. Spaghetti Squash With Bacon, Spinach, and Goat Cheese Lauren Zaser / BuzzFeed / Via buzzfeed.com This crowd favorite will have you forgetting you're consuming spaghetti squash.Here's the recipe. 17. Zoodles With Chicken and Spicy Almond Butter Sauce Lindsay (The Lean Green Bean) / Via theleangreenbean.com Almond butter for president.Here's the recipe. 18. Healthy Cajun-Style Charred Okra and Shrimp Tamara (Beyond Mere Sustenance) / Via beyondmeresustenance.com Gumbo is always a good idea. Here's the recipe. 19. Four-Ingredient Creamy Vodka Steak Pasta Lindsay (Pinch of Yum) / Via pinchofyum.com You had us at four ingredients. Here's the recipe.