Do you have easy healthy recipes to be done within 10 minutes?

Lucie S.
I'm a huge fan of oatmeal in the mornings. Frozen fruit thawed in the fridge the night before or an apple chopped up, and however long it takes the water to boil is pretty much how long the dish takes. For lunch or dinner I love taking a zucchini and a bell pepper and chopping them into small pieces and adding them to a basic low sodium pasta sauce with some fresh pasta cooked up.
Nicky J.
A lot of times I will just make a quick salad which usually takes under 10 minutes. I try to make some sort of protein whether it is eggs, nuts, or meat. I like to make baked fish sometimes on top or if I don't feel like protein or meat I will just try to top with some nuts especially when I use arugula. You can use any vegetables and be more creative but I usually just use romaine lettuce or arugula. For dressing, sometimes I'm lazy and I use a pre-made dressing but I try to make my own more often. You can find great simple and quick dressing recipes online, or my preferred choice is chopped garlic, oil, and white vinigar. Sometimes I will even just put that dressing with salt and pepper on top of sliced cucumbers. I hope that helps! Enjoy!
Walter O.
Vatamin Shake

2 Bananas
1 Red Apple
1 Slice of papaya
2 tbs oatmeal
1 tbs honey
1 tbs cocoa powder
500-600 mL Milk

Blend everything for 30s to 1 min.

Put it in a glass ou big cup and drink it 🙂

Irmhild X.
For breakfast I like to make a fried egg with avacado on toast. For lunch, I like to make thin spaghetti and toss in olive oil, sliced olives and spinach. If I'm feeling fancy I'll add onion and garlic. For dinner I don't have anything fast 🤗
Anatoli W.
Really easy sunomono (Japanese cucumber salad): this recipe is really easy to make and a very quick fix if you're getting a craving for sushi. This can be made ahead of time and stored for up to a week and a half in an airtight container. You will need •1 and 1/2 cucumbers (English/ Japanese) • 2 Tbs of rice wine vinegar • 2 tsp of soy sauce • 2 tsp of sugar • pure sesame oil to taste •salt • sesame seeds to taste.
1.Chop the cucumbers whichever way you would like, you could spiralize them, use a mandolin to slice them very thin or just chop them into bits it's up to you. 2. Place them in a mixing bowl and sprinkle with salt, shirt and let rest 5 minutes 3. Use a trainer and some tea towels or paper towels to absorb excess water, this is very important!! 4. Place back into mixing bowl and add all remaining ingredients except for the seeds. 5. Once it fits your taste (tweek it as you wish) throw in the seeds.
*This recipe pairs very well on top of white rice
Josef O.
Breakfast: oatmeal with sliced apple, sweeten with mashed banana, garnish with nuts/seeds/nut butter

Lunch: couscous with roasted vegetables from the oven, garnish with chickpeas and/or tahini

Dinner: salad with cheese sandwich (full grain bread)

Ella C.
Try making a smoothie you like! I tried making smoothie with strawberries,kiwi and blueberries and some water (you can use milk)
Louise G.
I feel that I do not have recipes that can be do done within 10 minutes. I find that is the problem with my weight and time that this isn't possible
Get Lia I.
Yes, it’s a pesto chicken with green beans and tomato.
In a large pan with a table spoon of oil brown the cubed chicken thighs. And some garlic, salt and pepper to taste. Once brown I add 1/4 cup pesto, large hand full of green beans and a handful of cherry tomatoes. Stir it all up. Put a lid on it and let it steam to desired crispyness of beans.
Amanda F.
Chia/flax/PB/honey/banana on rice cakes/bagel/toast
Smoothies – frozen fruit blends, almond milk, yogurt, pb, honey, chia, flax, protein powder
Scrambled eggs, tomatoes, spinach, cheese, sausage with quinoa, rice, toast (needs prep)
Roy W.
I usually just get toast with butter and strawberry jelly, probably not the healthiest but I like it, and it's quick to make
Mary U.

Could not be easier. Very healthy. Protein. No sugar, unless you're using ketchup. Part of the banting. Google it.

Ana F.
A nice simple breakfast I like to eat is 1/2 cup plain oats microwaved in 1 cup water for 2-2 and a half minutes with a bowl of fruit on the side. Strawberries, mango, and banana are really good.
In S I.
I like making two eggs over medium for breakfast. Just google a simple recipe and it’ll take you no more than 8 minutes.
Kevin Z.
Red pepper or lemon and coriander homemade hummus, with homemade flatbread (don't have to proof or after proofing, if that's the right word) or crudities great recipes are on Pinterest .
Freddie Y.
Yes. Favourites are thinks like asian style clear soups with lots of veg, or a char grilled salad all cooked on the foccacia press. These recipres tend to use one pot.
Stanley Z.
I don't have anything within reach but I do have the ability to get it. I'm currently working on changing things now. So I only have a few healthy items at reach.
P Ris E.
When I'm in a rush. I will grab berry and/or mix nuts. I sometimes also make a protein shake with mixed berries and fruit.
Armando R.
Sure do! For breakfast, oatmeal takes about 10 minutes to prepare in the morning and you can customize it however you like; sweet, spicy, or savory. For lunch, either a salad with grilled chicken or turkey or I like just turkey avocado roll ups with a side of fruit and veggies. For dinner, stir fry is one of the quickest meals you can make. Toss everything in your preferred oil, add seasonings and sauté. Also if you’re looking for quick I highly recommend getting an instant pot; they’re amazing and make cooking dinner so quick and one pot means fairly easy clean up! Hope that helps!
Rosalva P.
Fry half an onion with 5mashrooms. Then add it to scrambeled eggs. Fry it togethr with some salt and pepper. Bon apetite