Healthy Dinners for Your Whole Week

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Looking to eat a little healthier this year? Finding healthy recipes can be the most time-consuming part of creating a nutritious meal, so we’ve done the work for you. Planning your weekly menu ahead of time is a great way to stay organized and shop for your meals all at once. So take a look at these seven delicious and healthy dinners below, and you’ll be all set for the week!

Monday: Sweet Potato, Lentil and Coconut Curry

Start your week off with bold flavors that are sure to satisfy your taste buds. This sweet potato, lentil, and coconut curry recipe from Deliciously Ella looks yummy and healthy, especially paired with brown rice.


Tuesday: Grilled Salmon Fillet with Cucumber Dill Sauce

Get a healthy dose of protein with this simple salmon recipe from Foodie Crush. It’s a great go-to dish for any season.


Wednesday: Chard & Leek Frittata

A frittata is a quick and easy dinner staple that can be made with a variety of ingredients. This combination is jam packed with vitamins, perfect for a healthy dinner. Get the full recipe from Sprouted Kitchen.


Thursday: Ginger-Sumac Cornish Hens

Update your usual chicken dish and wow your guests with this recipe for ginger-sumac cornish hens from Turntable Kitchen. Pair with roasted brussels sprouts for some added health benefits!


Friday: Raw Pad Thai Salad with Mango & Tofu Rice Paper Rolls

Looking for some Asian flavors? This pad thai salad is a great source of veggies. Add rice paper rolls on the side with a healthy protein of your choice. See the full recipe on feedfeed.

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Saturday: Cajun-Spiced Sweet Potato Burger

Spice up your weekend with this mouth-watering cajun-spiced sweet potato burger. A great way to make the classic burger nutritious, this recipe from The Year in Food is one of our favorites.


Sunday: Kale & Lentil Soup

Curl up with a warm bowl of kale & lentil soup from What’s Cooking Good Looking to end your week right. Filled with veggies of your choice, this soup is a versatile option. You could even add a lean protein like chicken.


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