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  • Need a quick healthy dinner idea? We asked more than 200 top dietitians and healthy bloggers who contribute to the website HealthyAperture.com what they fix for supper when they don't feel like cooking. We've compiled some of the most interesting suggestions to give you tons of ideas next time you're stumped for supper.
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  • Need a quick healthy dinner idea? We asked more than 200 top dietitians and healthy bloggers who contribute to the website HealthyAperture.com what they fix for supper when they don't feel like cooking. We've compiled some of the most interesting suggestions to give you tons of ideas next time you're stumped for supper.
    1. "A salad with frozen turkey meatballs —­ sounds weird, but it's quick and satisfying." —­ Abby Himes, Seaweed and Sassafras
    2. "I do a quick saute of mushrooms, onions and zucchini and add that to whole wheat pasta and marinara sauce." —­ Kiersten Frase, Oh My Veggies
    3. "A baked sweet potato topped with black beans and salsa." —­ Sadie Crouch, Sweet.Smart.Vegan
    4. "Hummus. I have a simple go-to recipe that I pretty much always have on hand. I'll toast a brown rice tortilla for dipping, and chop up some carrot and celery sticks." —­ Amanda Maguire, Pickles & Honey
    5. "All-natural peanut butter on sprouted bread with a drizzle of agave syrup." —­ Anele Susil, Success Along the Weigh
    6. "A fried egg on top of some veggies." —­ Jennifer Kendall, Home Skillet
    7. "Tossed kale salad with a can of organic chicken or tuna, with organic butternut squash cooked in the microwave." —­ Chelsy Ethridge, Mangia
    8. "Black bean tacos: soft corn tortillas with black beans, avocado and prepared salsa or pico de gallo." —­ Rachel Begun, MS, RD, The Gluten Free Rd
    9. "Mashed avocado on a toasted bagel or sourdough bread drizzled with extra virgin olive oil, sea salt, pepper and chili flakes." —­ Emma-Louise Cooke, A Splash of Vanilla
    10. "A pizza omelet with four eggs, pizza sauce, spinach and tiny bit of cheese." —­ Kelly Winters, Primally Inspired
    11. "A healthy low-fat middle Eastern dish called Fool. It is essentially cooked fava beans with lemon juice, garlic, olive oil and salt with veggies on the side." —­ Nadine Ismail, Reinventing Nadine
    12. "Chicken in the skillet with mandarin oranges and green beans." —­ Jennifer Gacek, The Fit Housewife
    13. "Brown rice mixed with black beans, pico de gallo, green onion, avocado and a little cheddar cheese." —­ Julianne Puckett, Adventures of the Yankee Kitchen Ninja
    14. "Chickpeas tossed with harissa, raw baby zucchini, greens, lemon and olive oil." —­ Karen Tedesco, Family Style Food
    15. "'Fried' rice: brown rice, scrambled eggs, frozen stir-fry veggies, frozen edamame and leftover chicken if we have it." —­ Kate G. Byers, MS, RD, Indulgent Wellness
    16. "Salad and sharp cheddar melted over whole-grain farm bread." —­ Katie Webster, Healthy Seasonal Recipes
    Page 2 of 2 - 17. Whole-grain flabread veggie pizza with a salad." —­ Lauren Harris-Pincus, MS, RD, and Kathy Siegel, RD, CDN, NutritionBabes
    18. "Whole-wheat pasta tossed with fresh vegetables and/or beans and olive oil." —­ Aggie Goodman, Aggie's Kitchen
    19. "Scrambled eggs with kale, a little bit of lowfat cheese and hot sauce." —­ Cara Lyons, Cara's Cravings
    20. "Soup. I have a frozen home-made bouillon I keep in the freezer —­ it has salt in it so it doesn't freeze solid. I toss some of that into a pan with olive or vegetable oil, add water and a bunch of root vegetables or cruciferous vegetables. They soften up in 15 to 20 minutes with almost no active time, and then I can add spices to change it up: curry, cumin, chili, cinnamon, rosemary, thyme —­ whatever seems to suit my mood and the vegetable I've used." —­ Ann Plough, Eat Simply Eat Well

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