Go-to Meals For When You’re Feeling Lazy
Cooking sometimes can be a real hassle, especially when your day is filled with all sorts of commitments such as work, taking care of the kids and running errands. So if your agenda is pretty cramped but you still want to make mouth-watering yet easy meals for you and your family or guests, check out these Go-To meals for when you’re feeling a bit lazy.
Quinoa Enchilada Casserole
When meals have very little pieces of ingredients, they always seem like they took a couple of hours to prepare. Wow and fool your guests with this quinoa enchilada casserole, which only calls for boiling some quinoa grains, then tossing shredded cheese, avocado, tomato, cream and cheese before you lightly bake it all.
Cheese Balls and Crackers
Main courses are not the only types of dishes that we might feel too lazy to prepare. If you’re having people over at your place or you need to bring some entrée to a dinner party; these cheese balls are your Go-To choice. Simply take a bunch of cream cheese and roll it into a baseball-sized sphere, then roll them over toppings such as garlic and herbs, bread crumbs and even pomegranate bits.
One Pot Chicken Alfredo
We know you might be thinking that pasta is one of the least advised meals for a quick, Go-To meal. But the truth is, if you learn how to make it the right way, it can become your new best meal. Simply toss a personal serving of pasta on a porcelain bowl and place it on the microwave for a couple of minutes until the pasta is well cooked. Once this is done, toss cream, cheese and butter and shredded chicken to make the best one pot pasta.
Greek Chicken Stuffed Pitas
Pitas are the ultimate Go-To ingredient to put together fresh meals in a matter of minutes. To create these zesty treats simply take pita slices and open them up like little pouches. Stuff them with fresh ingredients such as hummus, shredded chicken, cucumber dressing and slices of avocado.
Yes, we know there’s nothing lazier than ordering a pizza. But sometimes feeling lazy doesn’t mean we feel like eating greasy or breaking our diet, that’s why this recipe is the perfect choice for you. Simply use flat pita bread as the foundation for your pizzas and spread and toss whichever ingredients make your mouth water.
Slow Cooker Chicken Teriyaki
Very few recipes can look so elaborate without it really being a hassle. For this delicious meal all you need to do is toss the ingredients into your slow cooker and wait for it to work its magic! Pieces of chicken will easily shred out once they come out of the cooker, giving it an even more put-together look.
Next time you’re laying on your couch, too tired to even turn on the oven, think about our best quick and simple meals that’ll make you look like a top chef in the kitchen. Which one will you prepare first?