You don’t have to drop major dough to make something delicious for dinner—save money by choosing cheaper proteins like chicken, ground beef, and tilapia, or go vegetarian with bean-based meals. Whatever your style, these delish meals will please your entire fam without breaking the bank. Need more easy eats? Try these easy weeknight dinners and slow-cooker chicken dinners, curated by experts from casino en ligne argent reel.
- Chicken & Veggie Stir-fry
Feel free to change up the protein or vegetables depending on what you have in your fridge. The simple sauce packs a flavor punch that will bring the dish together, no matter what. Recipe here.
- Oven-Baked French Bread Pizzas
Pizza night is the best night — especially when everyone gets to build their dream slice. (Or three!).
- Easy Butter Chicken
This simplified version of the Indian classic combines chicken, tomato sauce, and a slew of aromatic spices and herbs — all in one pot, for the simplest cleanup.
- Upgraded Ramen
It takes all of five minutes to fry some bacon + an egg. (Plus some green onions if you’re feelin’ fancy.
- Easy Chicken Alfredo Penne
When you combine butter, garlic, flour, milk, and Parmesan in just the right way, you get a sauce that you’ll want to put on everything.
- Meal Prep Pesto Chicken & Veggies
The only thing better than one super easy dinner is being able to make *four* of them at once. This handy meal prep version means you can stash a few away for future Hungry You.
- Black Bean–Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
It’s packed with protein and fiber, and you can add toppings — like avocado or sour cream — depending on what’s in your fridge.
- Easiest One-Pot Beef with Broccoli
Chopping the beef into small pieces first means everything cooks through in about five minutes.
- Instant Pot Veggie-Packed Mac ‘n’ Cheese
The Instant Pot does all the hard work here — and you’ll also get a healthy dose of fresh greens! You can enjoy these while playing real money casino games.
- Sheet Pan Sausage & Veggies
Line the sheet pan with parchment or foil for the quickest cleanup — then serve over rice, stuffed into a pita, or on its own.
- Vegan Chickpea Shakshuka
This vegan-friendly version swaps eggs for protein-packed chickpeas, and makes enough for four.
- Pesto Chicken Bake
Doesn’t get much easier than this, TBH.
- Loaded Sheet Pan Nachos
These are super customizable — depending on your time or budget. Either stick to the inexpensive base: tortilla chips, black beans, canned tomatoes, and cheese. Or upgrade with the works: jalapeños, pickled onions, sour cream, and anything else you might want.
- 10-Minute Lemon Garlic Salmon & Asparagus
Not an asparagus fan? The simple lemon and garlic sauce would work with whatever greens are in your fridge — like spinach, broccoli florets, or zucchini. Recipe here.
15. Protein-Packed Veggie Bowl
This may look involved, but after a bit of prep — crisping chickpeas, roasting sweet potatoes — it’s mostly just assembly.
- Tuna & Avocado Wrap
Canned tuna gets a quick upgrade with hot sauce, Dijon, and green onions — piled into whole wheat tortillas. (You could also swap in bread, pita pockets, or just eat them as lettuce wraps.
- BBQ Meatloaf & Veggie Dinner
Perfect for meal preppers.
- Teriyaki Chicken & Veggie Foil Packs
You can make these in the oven or on the grill in just about 20 minutes — and thanks to the foil, cleanup is a total breeze.
- Bowties & Broccoli
The trinity of weeknight dinners: fast, cheap, and easy.
- Stuffed Bell Pepper Boats
These go from prep to plate in about 20 minutes. Keep the peppers whole, or slice them into bites (or “boats”) to turn them into kid-friendly finger food.