The Lazy Cook’s Dinnertime Cheat Sheet
I don’t know about you, but some days (okay, fine, MOST days), the thought of going home and putting effort into keeping myself alive with a healthy dinner after a draining day at work feels like being asked to run home after completing a marathon. Like, can’t someone just give me a banana and we call it a day already?!
On these days when I don’t feel like putting in work in the kitchen after getting home from work (so most days), I make scrambled eggs and shed a tear over my plate. But the truth is, your lazy dinners don’t need to be as a sad-face-emoji-inducing as mine, and these one-pot and one-pan dinners — where, generally speaking, you throw a bunch of ingredients into one pot or one pan and let heat work its magic — are proof. So read up and next time you’re feeling lazy (so tonight, I assume), consider this list your cheat sheet for how to stuff a delicious and nutritious meal into your face without putting in too much work. (Or doing too many dishes. Hallelujah!)
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