Lunch/Dinner

I am combining lunch and dinner, because many of these meals can be made for either. Typically, lunch for us is leftovers from dinner the night before, or something simple liked a grilled cheese sandwich. I don’t really have any recipes that are specifically for lunch, but any of the dinner recipes can easily be made for a lunch. I know some people prefer their larger meal at lunch and a lighter meal at dinner.

Skillet Pork Chops with Pan Gravy

Thin-cut pork chops can be cooked quickly for an easy meal. You can add a pan gravy over skillet pork chops for dinner in 20 minutes.

Swai Fish with Orzo

Frozen fish is perfect to keep for a quick meal. Pair swai fish with orzo in a coconut cream sauce for an easy weeknight dinner.

Instant Pot Mac and Cheese

The Instant Pot makes everything quicker, including mac and cheese! Made from scratch, this Instant Pot mac and cheese recipe is sure to please anyone.

Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Pasta

Make creamy roasted red pepper pasta for a quick weeknight meal. It comes together in under 30 minutes with an option to add meat or leave it vegetarian.

Teriyaki salmon with rice and wooden chop sticks on a dark square plate on a grey napkin on a dark surface (with logo overlay)

Teriyaki Salmon

Make your own teriyaki sauce from scratch to marinade salmon or any other meat. Teriyaki salmon is an easy weeknight dinner.

Sausage potato and kale soup in a round white bowl with a stainless steel spoon on a tan surface (with logo overlay)

Sausage Potato and Kale Soup

When you need a hearty, warm, filling meal, try sausage potato and kale soup. It takes only 15 minutes of hands-on time in one large pan.

Red lentil soup in a round white bowl with a spoon in it next to a bowl of parsley and another bowl of soup on top of a towel on a wooden surface (with logo overlay)

Red Lentil Soup

Try red lentil soup if you like a chunky, bold soup. It’s vegan, gluten-free, and very hearty. Bonus: the leftovers are just as good!