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You have a ton on your plate these days. On top of being a total girl boss, you’re trying to start a new fitness routine and stay healthy, all while getting dinner on the table quick. Take a deep breath — you’ve got this. Accomplishing it all may seem like an impossible feat, but with the help of healthy slow cooker recipes and quick clean meals, the execution is a piece of low-carb cake. To simplify it even further, we’ve gathered 35 clean-eating recipes that will keep you healthy and get you out of your dinner rut once and for all. Get your Pinterest board ready and keep reading to make your wholesome grocery list.


1. Five-Ingredient Lemon Chicken With Asparagus: Chicken is the ultimate protein when it comes to healthy and fast meals. Pair it with lemon-pepper seasoning, asparagus, and honey butter, and you’ll have a staple recipe that’s ready in a flash. (via Pinch of Yum)


2. Easy Healthy Baked Lemon Chicken: Whether you serve it with rice, pasta, or potatoes, this versatile baked chicken will stand out. Just make sure to give lemons a permanent home on your grocery list and you can make it whenever you like. (via Creme de la Crumb)


3. Super Quick 30-Minute Clean Eating Chili: You have to have a token chili recipe in your arsenal at all times. This one’s hearty and full of protein and fiber; plus you can even save some for lunch the next day. (via Clean Eating Recipes)


4. Cilantro-Lime Chicken With Avocado Salsa: When Chipotle isn’t an option, make your own cilantro-lime chicken and chunky avocado salsa with ease. Serve on top of crispy romaine or brown rice with black beans and corn to make it a full meal. (via Joyful Healthy Eats)


5. Vegan Coconut Curry With Sweet Potato Noodles: When you’re feeling frazzled and you don’t want to cook, it’s oh-so-tempting to grab that takeout menu. Refrain from over-indulging and whip up this fully vegan, GF, and clean meal that’ll rival your favorite curry. (via Food Faith Fitness)


6. Mediterranean Boneless Pork Chops: They don’t call pork chops the other white meat for nothing. When you grow tired of chicken night after night, these Mediterranean chops will revive your love for healthy eating. (via Skinnytaste)


7. One-Pan Healthy Sausage and Veggies: Sheet pan meals are essential in your weeknight recipe repertoire. You have to consider cleaning time as well as cooking time, and this dish has the minimal amount of each. (via Chelsea’s Messy Apron)


8. One-Pan Kung Pao Chicken Zoodles: Swapping zoodles for regular noodles is the easiest way to lighten up a meal. Try it with this spicy Kung Pao chicken dish, and you won’t miss the carbs one bit. (via Life Made Sweeter)


9. One-Pot Burrito Bowls: Why not make your burrito naked? No, we don’t mean expose yourself to your dinner. Nix the chemical-laden flour tortilla and instead, make a burrito bowl with all of your favorite toppings. (via I Heart Nap Time)


10. Paleo Skillet Beef Fajitas: If you’re trying to incorporate more Paleo meals into your clean-eating regime, you can’t get much better than beef fajitas. Try serving them in lettuce cups for an interactive handheld meal. (via A Healthy Life for Me)


11. Herb-Crusted Salmon: You can’t go wrong when it comes to salmon. It’s buttery, quick-cooking, and full of healthy fats. Simply cover with mustard and coat with breadcrumbs and herbs before baking on high heat. (via Peas and Crayons)


12. 30-Minute Honey Dijon Salmon With Apple Farro: This sweet and savory dish is a complete meal with major health benefits. Seriously, you won’t be able to get enough of this crisp apple farro. (via Dishing Out Health)


13. Spicy Shrimp and Cauliflower Mash With Garlic Kale: Clean dinners that you can also serve on date night are hard to come by. Pair this spicy shrimp with a glass of red wine and the two of you definitely won’t feel deprived. (via Pinch of Yum)


14. 30-Minute Thai Turkey Meatballs: Mixing shredded veggies in with ground turkey adds flavor, moisture, and nutrients to your meatballs. Be sure to slather them in a coconut milk and curry sauce before presenting your masterpiece. (via iFOODreal)


15. Smokey Tempeh Tostadas With Mango Cabbage Slaw: Your meatless Monday just got a serious upgrade. Take a break from tofu and experiment with these fresh and flavorful tempeh tostadas — you won’t be disappointed. (via Emilie Eats)


16. Spicy Garlic Shrimp and Quinoa: When you get home from work totally famished, you don’t have time to think about fixing separate sides and a main dish. This way, you can scoop everything on your fork and ease that hunger you’ve been feeling for hours. (via As Easy As Apple Pie)


17. Baked Bell Pepper Tacos: This stuffed-pepper-meets-taco hybrid is calling your name. You can even prep these ahead of time and have them ready to pop in the oven when you get home. (via Peas and Crayons)


18. Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Pasta Salad With Kale and Artichokes: No one said you have to give up pasta to eat clean. Go for a gluten-free quinoa penne and you can have your fix whenever you crave. (via The Healthy Maven)


19. 30-Minute Quinoa Enchilada Skillet: Even the pickiest of kids (or adults) will love this Mexican-inspired skillet. Throw a bit of shredded cheese on top and you can get them to eat just about anything. (via Jessica in the Kitchen)


20. Turkey Corn Chowder: Soup’s on! Even if you think you have nothing to make for dinner, you probably have all the ingredients you need to prepare a comforting pot of healthy turkey and corn chowder. (via Diethood)

21. Salmon Dill Zucchini Noodles: Change things up by shredding your salmon amid homemade zoodles (or you could buy some to save time). Just make sure to use good quality salmon. (via The Organic Dietician)

22. Dairy-Free Loaded Potato Soup: There may be nothing better after a long, cold day than a creamy bowl of potato soup. Unfortunately, many recipes can become rather unhealthy quite quickly. But this take omits dairy in favor of coconut milk and a host of herbs. The bacon, however, is not forgotten. (via The Whole Cook)

23. Paleo Breakfast Porridge: Toasty coconut lingers with almond essence and the deep, spicy flavors of cinnamon and pear. When you mix this all in with flax seeds, a warm, filling cereal results that tastes like a guilty pleasure but has all its health benefits intact. (via Paleo Gluten Free Eats)

24. Skillet Garlic Parmesan Chicken Thighs: Chicken thighs are a little fattier than breasts, which makes them great for pan frying. Plus, as a dark meat, they have a depth of flavor that complements garlic and Parmesan in a way that white meat never could. (via Joyful Healthy Eats)

25. Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breasts: Sheet pan dinners are indispensable during the week. This recipe further simplifies things by only requiring that you stuff the chicken breasts before laying them on a pan to bake. Twenty-five minutes from start to finish is definitely a weeknight win. (via Basil and Bubbly)

26. Crispy Whole30 Broccoli: There are those evenings when all you want is a bowl full of veggies to munch on. This recipe is your solution. Roasting broccoli brings out the wonderful greenness that all cruciferous vegetables harbor. And a drizzle of olive oil is all you need to make this perfect. (via Paleo Gluten Free Eats)

27. Garlic Mushroom Quinoa: Technically this is a side dish, but if you love mushrooms, you can easily make this into your main meal. Hearty, healthy, and full of that irresistible herby and woody flavor, this quick meal is practically fool-proof. (via Damn Delicious)

28. Super Lean Turkey Sloppy Joes: Sloppy Joes are a childhood favorite. Meat, sauce, and carbs — what more could you ask for? This interpretation makes a classic a bit more adult with the addition of barbecue sauce and spices, and things get a tad healthier with the substitution of turkey for beef. That said, there are no disappointments in flavor here. (via Ambitious Kitchen)

29. Whole30 Curry: This curry tastes just as good as takeout, but only takes 10 minutes to make. Did we mention that it also adheres to Whole30 clean eating regulations?! This texture-filled delight is sure to make a recurring appearance on your weeknight menu. (via The Movement Menu)

30. Chicken Fajita Rollups: Fajitas are always a hit, but even a crowd-pleaser like this needs to be switched up a bit. Try putting the veggies inside the fajita meat for a fun finger food that’s just as satisfying as the original. (via Eat Yourself Skinny)

31. Blackened Chicken Tacos With Pineapple Salsa: It’s difficult to top the satisfaction that comes with devouring a hand-held meal. This one is loaded with tart pineapple salsa, so you won’t even notice that the cheese is missing. (via Jessica Gavin)

32. Turkey Taco Stuffed Sweet Potatoes: Lean and flavorful, this cheese-topped dinner recipe will save you when you’re crunched for time. It only takes 20 minutes to whip up, and it tastes so good it won’t even dawn on you that this qualifies as a “healthy” meal. (via Cookin’ Canuck)

33. Peanut Butter Energy Bites: When you need a protein-packed breakfast or snack but don’t have the time to cook, these little balls of bliss will come to the rescue. With oats, chocolate, peanut butter, and flax seeds, this on-the-go treat will keep you going all day long. (via Chef Savvy)

34. Cranberry Chicken Salad on Apple Slices: There are many mornings when an uncomplicated recipe is exactly what you need to simplify lunch prep. This recipe is not only a cinch, but the chicken salad can be made ahead of time, so all you have to do is slice up some fresh apples and lunch is served. (via Yummy Addiction)

35. Egg Roll in a Bowl: Once you take them out of the fried wrapper, egg rolls are filled with good-for-you vegetables. Pair some lean ground beef with your cabbage, carrots, garlic, and spices, and this quick dish will solve the 5pm panic of “What’s for dinner?!” Not to mention that it makes for great leftovers. (via Whole New Mom)

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(Additional reporting by Jessi Devenyns)