Getting dinner on the table seems impossible some days. You might feel a bit stretched too thin with all the errands to run, getting the kids ready and trying to fit in some alone time. But we know exactly what you need to get a family dinner together without too much hassle. Try our meal plan below that includes seven 10-minute meals under $10.
Return to a classic comfort meal with this slow cooker pot roast that only takes 10 minutes to prep. The slow cooking does take another three hours, but you don’t have to slave over the stove. Just let the pot do the work for you.
Try to go vegetarian one day a week. Cauliflower, walnuts and feta make this a hearty one dish meal that is easy to make in no time.
Rotisserie chicken is a key ingredient for quick meals. Cut off one of the breasts and shred it up. Even better? Many grocery stores sell already shredded rotisserie chicken in the deli section.
Make these homey pot pies in just 10 minutes. It leaves you with a lot of time to get some work done or just relax.
Switch it up and make breakfast for dinner. You can raid the fridge and add leftovers to your eggs. And this meal actually clocks in under 10 minutes to prepare!
Use pre-made flatbreads or naan, top with family favorites and throw on the grill. Don’t feel like firing up the grill? Bake in the oven at 450 degrees for five to eight minutes.
Saturday Grill Night: Honey Sriracha Shrimp Bowl ( a Coupons.com exclusive)
Only three ingredients make a delicious, spicy sauce for shrimp or chicken. Serve on top of rice or your favorite grain.
Mix together 1/4 cup Sriracha sauce, 1/2 cup honey, and juice of a lime. Heat one tablespoon coconut oil in a saucepan over medium high heat. Add shrimp and cook until just turning pink. Add in sauce and cook for one minute. Serve over rice.
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Cheri Liefeld of Adventures in the Kitchen believes in celebrating life around the table. She is a recipe developer, cooking instructor and writer. She blogs over at Adventures In The Kitchen where she shares easy to make recipes, party inspiration and ideas for cooking with kids.
A native of Southern California her cooking is filled with fresh ingredients from local farmers markets and often served spicy.