If you only have 30 minutes to make dinner, serve up one of these healthy dishes

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Sometimes life is crazy and chaotic. When our schedules get hectic, one of the first things that get put on the back burner is preparing and cooking a healthy meal. If you're short on time, picking up a meal from a fast food joint seems like such an easier option.
You and I both know that you'll pay for it later, though. Rather than feel guilty for mowing down on some McDonalds, schedule in 30 minutes to make yourself one of these easy meals.
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1. Asian sesame steak fajita salad (h/t Life Made Sweeter)
Shake things up and enjoy a fajita in a non-traditional way. You can make a fajita salad that is healthy for you and can be made in under 30 minutes!
2. Asparagus sweet potato chicken skillet (h/t Primavera Kitchen)
Skillets are a quick and easy meal to make and this asparagus sweet potato chicken skillet is on the healthier side. Keep this dish in your memory for when you're short on time
3. Lemongrass Thai ground pork stir fry (h/t Sweet Peas and Saffron)
When you think Thai food, you might think that it involves a lot of complex cooking. Not when it comes to this meal, though. 15 minutes of prep time and 15 minutes of cooking time, makes this meal totally worth making.
4. One pot skillet lasagna (h/t The Recipe Rebel)
Lasagna is another one of those time-consuming meals to make, but if you're craving lasagna and you're short on time, don't worry! Here's a great solution for you. This one pot skillet lasagna will do just right!
5. Cauliflower chicken fried rice (h/t Joyful Healthy Eats)
Throw a little cauliflower in your chicken fried rice as a healthier and tasty option. This dish comes in at just 205 calories a serving and takes only 15 minutes to make.
6. Chicken and cauliflower curry (h/t iFOODreal)
One more cauliflower dish to add to your dinner line up. This chicken and cauliflower curry is one delicious dish and should definitely be kept in mind for those nights when you need a quick and easy dinner.
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