EatWheat’s Easiest Dinner Recipes
We get it. You’ve put in a long day, but for some reason, food doesn’t magically appear on the table (someone should file a complaint!) We’ve assembled a collection of our twelve most popular dinner recipes. These can help you get food on the table… Even after a day that feels like it’ll never end.
Don’t forget to serve up a fruit or veggie alongside these dishes! Frozen veggies are absolutely fine, don’t worry! They are frozen at the pinnacle of freshness (and not nutritionally different than their market counterparts), and they typically cost less! You really can eat better, homemade food on a budget!
Easiest Dinner Recipes
Have a hungry family breathing down your neck for a filling supper? This recipe is your solution! Remember, it’s easy to prepare two at once. Make one for now and freeze one for later!
Classic Italian flavors in a flaky crescent crust, and it’s ready in 30 minutes! What a deliciously easy dinner!
5 ingredients + 20 minutes = A delicious meal. Gather your family around this Italian-inspired dish and enjoy!
Wondering what the heck a bierock is? We’ve got the answer! This casserole is a quick shortcut for those who love bierocks. A crescent dough sheet turns this usual labor of love into a certified kitchen hack!
Black beans are inexpensive and a great source of protein and fiber! The whole wheat tortillas are also a good source of fiber! This quesadilla can easily be customized by adding additional vegetables or other protein sources. Try chicken, pork, or beef!
You get three meals when you make this recipe, two of which go straight into the freezer to be enjoyed later. Pair with lettuce salad, roasted green beans and garlic breadsticks.
It’s food fusion time! These wonton chicken tacos are perfect for an Asian food craving! And it takes less time than it would for delivery to come to your door.
A penne for your thoughts? We already know what you’re thinking. This simple dish is the start of a great dinner-time tradition… The pastabilities are endless!
These wraps are easy to put together and are packed with nutrition and flavor. Leftover chicken salad can be used as part of quesadillas, enchiladas, in a pita pocket or over a bed of lettuce.
Quiche is often thought of as a brunch food… But quiche can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The addition of feta to this traditional ham and broccoli quiche takes the flavor up a notch. Serve with a side of fruit for a complete meal.
This one-pot Italian pasta soup is quick to mix together and is ready for a weeknight dinner in 30 minutes. Serve with your favorite crackers on a cool winter evening.
These recipes are sure to please! If you’re looking for more great recipes be sure and check out our friends at the Wheat Foods Council! And if you’d like to learn about the people who grow your family’s food be sure and watch our video with Jason Ochs, a Kansas wheat farmer.