Sometimes getting a healthy dinner on the table is a challenge in itself! Everyone is running in different directions, but I believe that every family should spend time at the dinner table and enjoy a meal together. Today I decided to put together some of my favorite dinner recipes to share. From vegetarian options to skillet meals, here are my 21 picks for a healthy and fast dinner to serve to your family!
- My Favorite Healthy Recipes for Dinner
- Greek Pasta Salad with Grilled Chicken
- Sheet Pan Sausage and Peppers with Parmesan-Garlic Cauliflower Rice
- Zucchini Lasagna: Pizza Style
- Crock Pot Lemon Garlic Chicken and Veggies
- Baked Bell Pepper Tacos
- Baked Chicken Fingers
- Slow Cooker Cauliflower Mac & Cheese
- Peachy Ground Turkey Meatballs
- Shredded Mexican Beef Bowls
- 30-Minute Loaded Taco Skillet
- Skinny Honey Walnut Shrimp
- Vegetable Chow Mein Noodles
- Lazy Falafel
- Cedar Plank Grilled Salmon
- Instant Pot Hamburger Orzo Soup
- Turkey Taco Quinoa Skillet
- Turkey Meatballs with Tomato Sauce
- 30 Minute Corn & Black Bean Chili
- Taco Salad
- Butternut Squash and Tofu Pie
- Vegetable Bean Casserole
My Favorite Healthy Recipes for Dinner
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Spice up your dinner with this Greek Pasta Salad. Loaded with grilled chicken and pasta, this meal is sure to please the pickiest of eaters.
This dinner is so simple to make and even easier to clean up! I love the fact that this recipe barely uses any dishes. Looking to make this recipe even easier? Buy a packet of pre-grated cauliflower from the store.
If you have a gluten-free household I highly recommend trying out this zucchini lasagna. You won’t miss the noodles!
A thousand and one things to do at home and standing in front of a stove isn’t one you have time for today. Check out this lemon garlic chicken and veggies made in the crock pot.
Veggify your taco Tuesday with these baked bell pepper tacos. And the best part is that they make killer left-overs.
Toss out the frozen chicken fingers and make your own with this baked version. Serve it with some fun dipping sauces to add more flavor.
Did you know you can cook mac and cheese in the slow cooker? Neither did I until I came across this recipe. It’s cheesy and you can barely taste the cauliflower.
If you know me, you know how I love affordable and cheap eats. Check this one out, it costs less than $7 to make!
Slow cooker alert! I love that Gina suggests using this recipe as a meal-prep for a few meals throughout the week. This would make a great dinner and the leftovers make a fabulous lunch.
Looking for the flavors of a taco without the hassle of stuffing shells? Look no further than this loaded taco skillet. And the best part is that it’s ready in 30 minutes!
This honey walnut shrimp is the perfect alternative to take-out. Plus, it’s ready and on the table speedy quick.
Speaking of take-out, this vegetable chow mein makes a great dinner for busy days. I love that you can add whatever vegetables you have in the fridge to the dish which makes this recipe a money-saver.
Falafel is time consuming. First you need to soak the chickpeas overnight, then make the patties, and fry them, phew! This falafel recipe packs in all the flavor in minutes.
Looking to add more fish to your dinners? Try this grilled salmon with a spicy aioli. You can always serve the sauce on the side to please the kiddos.
Do you own an instant pot? This kitchen appliance is great and makes cooking up dinner fast and easy. Try making this hamburger orzo soup in it today.
I love incorporating quinoa into our dinners. This turkey taco quinoa skillet is the perfect weeknight meal when you need to have dinner on the table fast.
These meatballs are baked, giving this Italian classic a healthy makeover. I like to serve these with a side of noodles.
Sometimes you just want something hearty and filling. This corn and black bean chili fits the bill! Try this family-favorite with a side of cornbread.
This taco salad is a great alternative to normal tacos. What I love about it is that all the toppings are mixed in with the lettuce and ground beef.
This is the perfect autumn one-dish meal to serve for your family. I really love the combo of butternut squash and sage!
Casseroles make me feel all warm and cozy, what about you? I like to serve this vegetable bean casserole when the weather gets cool.
Which one are you going to make tonight for you and your family?