There’s nothing less motivating than dirtying up a ton of dishes for dinner, especially when you’re not even in the mood to cook. I know you guys are busy and trying to stay healthy, so I wanted to share with you some of my favourite healthy skillet recipes; and, they’re not just dinners.You will find gluten-free, paleo, Whole30, vegetarian and omnivore-suitable meals.
These healthy skillet recipes are all complete meals and require nothing more than a deep frying pan and a spatula. You’ll have minimal clean-up and maximum flavour.
I am going to cover a variety of skillet meals including dinners, breakfasts and desserts. You can use a cast iron skillet or a regular deep frying pan to make these recipes.
Spiralizing sweet potatoes will make this meal exceptionally fast to cook. Add in some kale for green power, some healthy fats to cook with, sausage for protein and avocado just because it’s delicious. From Savory Lotus.
In this skillet meal, the sweet potato is diced into rice-like pieces, making it quicker to cook. Tossed with ground beef and kale, this 3-ingredient recipe can bed spiced however you like. From Bites of Wellness.
This recipe ticks all the boxes—a little meaty, some dark leafy greens, and some starchy goodness. An easy one-pan sausage, kale and potato skillet that pleases everyone, from cook to clean-up crew. From The Modern Proper.
Bursting with flavor and packed with nutrition, this plant-based meal is satisfying and easy to make! (vegan + gluten-free) If you’ve been on the fence about tofu, I have a strong feeling this recipe is going to change how you feel. From Making Thyme for Health.
Steamy, saucy goodness! This Couscous Skillet is packed with vibrant flavors and freshness. Pearl couscous, tomatoes, chickpeas, spices, kale, and a bunch of fresh herbs and feta on top. From Pinch Of Yum.
Loaded with juicy blackberries and topped with easy-drop biscuits made with coconut oil and Greek yogurt. The light sprinkle of turbinado sugar on top adds sparkle and sweet crunch. From Healthy Seasonal Recipes.
Incredible cinnamon walnut pear crisp made with simple ingredients and topped with a delicious oat walnut crumble. Tastes just like old-fashioned pear crisp and can easily be made vegan and gluten-free for a wonderful dessert. From Ambitious Kitchen.