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Day 4: 1 week of healthy, easy dinners #shorts

34 thoughts on “Day 4: 1 week of healthy, easy dinners #shorts

  1. This series is supposed to help reduce the mental burden of meal planning for the week by eliminating the need the to…
    – Find easy recipes
    – Test recipes to make sure they taste good
    – Research what a balanced meal looks like (though individual needs vary, I included approximate portion sizes for starch, protein, and veggies)
    – Make a grocery list (feel free to add on any snacks or additional food you might want)

    Day 4: Chipotle bowl
    – Saute 1/2 diced onion.
    – Once translucent, add bell peppers, 1/2 can drained and rinsed black beans, 1/2 15 oz can fire roasted diced tomatoes, 1 c low sodium chicken broth, corn, 1/2 tsp garlic powder, 1/2 tsp onion powder, 1/2 tsp paprika, 1/2 tsp chili powder, 1/2 tsp cumin.
    – Cook for 5 min
    – Top with shredded Monterey Jack cheese and let melt.
    – Optional: Top with shredded lettuce, sliced avocado, lemon juice, and cilantro
    – Enjoy with tortilla chips or with a fork!

    Weekly grocery list (for 10 meals or 2 meals for 5 days)
    Boneless, skinless chicken breast (2 lbs)
    Atlantic salmon (12 oz)
    Soft tofu (14 oz block)
    Penne pasta (6 oz)
    Baby potatoes (1.5 lb bag)
    Orzo (6 oz)
    Rice (2/3 cup)
    Low sodium chicken broth (4 cups)
    Spinach (1 bag)
    Asparagus (1 bunch)
    Persian cucumbers (1 lb bag)
    Cherry tomatoes (12 oz)
    Bell pepper
    Green onions
    Pesto (2 tbsp)
    Heavy cream
    Black beans (1 can)
    Fire roasted diced tomatoes (15 oz can)
    Can of corn (15 oz can)
    Monterey Jack cheese, shredded
    Feta, crumbled
    Corn tortilla chips (1 small bag)
    Fresh oregano
    Lemon (2)

    Pantry staples you might already have:
    Salt, pepper
    Olive Oil
    Garlic powder
    Onion powder
    Italian seasoning
    Red pepper flakes
    Chili powder
    Sesame oil
    Chili garlic sauce
    Rice vinegar
    Sesame seeds

  2. Charlene B says:

    This series is AWESOME

  3. Is this one serving or two? I think I might meal prep this for 5 lunches x

  4. Bri says:

    So good but I want to add some chicken to it

  5. M B says:

    How is this healthy? Everything canned, processed tortillas chips….

  6. James-FL says:

    Fantastic vegetarian dish! 👍👍

  7. Briana says:

    Love your videos! Thanks for making eating seem so much easier than people make it out to be.
    I’ve heard that eating veggies (like spinach) isn’t that great for us bc our body has a harder time digesting it…thoughts on that?
    I’m trying to enjoy food and I have a hard time losing weight so it’s discouraging when I’m doing everything I can to be healthier.

  8. Sofía CT says:

    Wow just made this for dinner and I must say it was so good! Tasty, healthy and easy/quick to make. Just perfect

  9. Adhd Weirdo says:

    I was wondering, what can you replace beans with if you hate their texture? They have a floury feel and I’ve never been able to like them

  10. I love how you’re completely honest about how you don’t always make it look pretty and it’s not about it looking good it’s about nourishing your body!

  11. Char says:

    This would make such a good burrito bowl topping, just pop it into of some microwave rice ✨

  12. A L says:

    I’m still so confused why this person says that she has IBS because here she is eating a bunch of onions and garlic

  13. Joanne Tran says:

    Merci..Sorry celery juice does have some health benefits

  14. Your so beautiful I love your Chanel so much!❤️

  15. I love this series. Please do more stuff like this!

  16. If I see one more healthy food video on my fyp I will scream.

  17. I love this bcs I hate cutting garlic and onions lol. Gonna try it

  18. This woman is a god send

  19. Hi Kylie. I know this is an weird question but would you ever consider making a video on PCOS friendly recipe ideas? thank you.

  20. Desk Glitter says:

    Wow I had no idea corn was healthy. Everything I’ve ever read is it’s just filler full of sugar and no real nutritional value. May I ask why you choose to still consume corn? Or is it more of every once in a while indulge on something not so healthy because hey that’s life and balance no one is perfect? 😊❤

  21. MJ King says:

    That looks like it would be great on top of rice, quinoa or couscous

  22. Beth Alise says:

    Love the idea of this series thank you for putting it together ❤️

  23. Na Min Ji says:

    Oh it's my go to menu in college. It's super easy and I don't have to think much cuz all I need is to saute the onion n chili then add any vegetables or protein and spices. Sometimes I add oyster sauce and that's all. Super easy and super healthy yet super tasty!

  24. Evergreen 13 says:

    Does anybody know a good book about nutrition? Like how much carbs / vitamins i need and the best sources and best cooking time if i still wanna cook veggies a bit but not ruin their properties? As a medical resident I don't have that much time to look online for every little thing. I would like a good compilation that's well documented. Or an online course if you know

  25. JaneSays says:

    Try adding ground coriander powder for a bright lemony flavor! Mexican oregano is also a really great herb to add for this flavor profile!

  26. Tina Lopez says:

    Mahalo! Just got ingredients. Will make it tomorrow night.

  27. Casie D says:

    This looks delicious and manageable! Adding to our list of dinners to try 😎

  28. Dol _ says:

    What are easy meals to prepare if my Crohn's in flare-up period?

  29. Hii I love your videos I had a question I wanted to ask since nobody has really told me the answer and you’re a nutritionist so what if you don’t like any vegetables at all? Like how can you start eating then in order to eat healthy??

  30. Emma Allen says:

    Hmmm my IBS would hate this but it does look yummy

  31. I love you Kylie, you’re so pretty and your skin is amazing and I love the food video you make❤

  32. Stepharooo23 says:

    This is perfect! Do you think adding tofu would make it too watery?

  33. R C says:

    Corn has no nutritional value

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