I've been doing a killer commute lately and have been trying out some quick (but healthy) weeknight dinner ideas on my family. Because when it takes you a while to get home after a long day at work, the last thing you want to do is spent a bunch of time in the kitchen.
Some of my favorite quick weeknight dinners are:
* Sloppy Joes * BLT sandwiches (with avocado) * Quiche (make it on Sunday and it's ready on Monday night with fruit or green salad. * Leftover Fried Rice (this is a great one when you have leftover steamed brown rice and some grilled meat and veggies) * Grilled Cheese on whole wheat bread with a side soup like vegetable barley or minestrone * Breakfast for dinner (veggie omelet with avocado)
What are some of your best weeknight dinner ideas?
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