I have compiled an epic amount of the laziest dinner ideas for those nights when I just cannot (and really just don’t wanna) cook dinner for my family.
Summer is a time for easy and relaxing dinners that don’t require a lot of time in the kitchen. These recipes, from easy pasta salads to vegan charcuterie boards, provide plenty of delicious and satisfying options for lazy summer nights. So whether you’re looking for a quick and easy meal or something a little more elaborate, there’s something here for everyone – even the laziest summer lounger among us.
If you have a picky eater in your family, you’re probably at the end of your rope trying to figure out easy and fun ways to get them to eat their dinner without complaint. Don’t worry; you’re not alone! My kids personally go through phases of only wanting to eat green beans as their one and only vegetable and then hating the mere sight of them as if overnight.
We have some great ideas and meal plan suggestions that are sure to make everyone happy!
One-pot pasta is a go-to move around these parts. The nights where a dump dinner is made possible is through my good friend, confidente, the one who never judges and helps me process big feelings…pasta. These are some of the best one-pot pasta recipes.
One of my favorite (read:only) ways to cook these days is the dump and done method. One pot vegan dinner ideas are necessary for me to get my meatless Monday on and also not feel overwhelmed by having to clean all of the pots and pans.
Raise your hand if breakfast for dinner is one of your family’s favorite go-to-recipes. It’s one in our house for sure! I found some of the best breakfast for dinner ideas the food blogging world had to offer and curated them for your consumption. (You’re welcome!) I hope you enjoy these brinner ideas as much as I have!
Easy and quick dinner ideas that are healthy, delicious, and something the whole family will love! These dump dinner recipe ideas are a quicky way to get dinner on the table with minimal prep or stress.
Do you have a picky eater in your house? Picky eating is when a child or adult shows a preference toward eating the same foods over and over again and refuses “new” foods. As a parent, you may be worried that your picky eater child isn’t getting enough nutrition, but odds are solid they’re probably fine! (that’s the good news!). Here’s how to deal with your picky eater.