What are some websites where I can find some healthy recipes?

I need some easy dinner, snack, lunch, and breakfast recipes that taste good. My fiance and I would like to start eating healthy but the problem is I don’t have a lot of time in the day to cook. Usually we just grab a quick snack and go. So if you know of`any websites that could help I could use them. Thank you.

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7 Responses to “What are some websites where I can find some healthy recipes?”

  1. Christopher said:

    Try typing into google, healthy and quick food recipes, the internet is a great resource.

  2. Rab said:

    Hi Stephanie, BBC.co.uk/food is not a bad site. All the best Rab

  3. SombreHippie said:
  4. Joanne A. W said:

    This website is from the Mayo Clinic:
    http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/healthy-recipes/RecipeIndex

    Here is my favorite website. Leave out anything that you think is not healthy in the recipes:
    http://www.cooks.com/rec/ch/main_dishes.html
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    Don’t forget that you can now get sealed packaged precooked meats of all types at your supermarket in the cold section. Roast beef, pork chops, baked ham, meatloaf, chicken, and many more. They come in sealed packages and can be held in the refrigerator for long periods of time. Dates are on the packages. Just add canned or frozen veggies for side dishes. Ask a clerk to help you find these wonderful sealed precooked meats.

    The new types of frozen dinners are very good and are healthy. Look for “No Preservatives” stamped on the boxes. You can buy them in Family Sizes or in large bags. All of these are found in the freezer section.

    Supermarket deli’s have roasted and fried chickens. If you are in a hurry, pick up a cooked chicken on your way home. The deli will also have lots of side dishes and desserts ready made.
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    1. What is a crock pot/slow cooker:
    http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-crock-pot.htm

    “The crock pot is designed to cook unattended so that you can add ingredients to the pot in the morning before work, then come home 8-10 hours later, to a perfectly cooked meal.

    A crock pot never needs preheating and meals cooked in a crock pot retain their juices and flavors because of the design and slow-cooking method. You can even add frozen meats to a crock pot. Just add 1 cup (235ml) of warm liquid to the pot first and calculate in an extra 4-6 hours if cooking on low, or an extra 2 hours cooking on high.”

    2. Here are a few recipes:
    http://southernfood.about.com/library/crock/blcpidx.htm

    Here are 1,160 Crock Pot recipes:
    http://www.cooks.com/rec/search?q=crock+

  5. Jessica said:

    Food Network Website is a great resource. Very healthy options on there and many different contributors and variety of dishes.

  6. Amy said:

    Try my lunch website – it is fun – everything on their has a picture and nutrition information. You can add your own favorites and let us calculate the nutrition for you. It is all about portable lunch but we have snack stuff there too. Have fun! 🙂 Amy (http://www.lunchtaker.com)

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