Healthy dinner

56513517 Posts: 1 Member
Any help with an idea such as low calorie dinner such as salade and eggs ...easy to prepare ..


  • Idontcareyoupick
    Idontcareyoupick Posts: 2,505 Member
    Stir fry. Protein of choice and frozen veggies
  • duskyjewel
    duskyjewel Posts: 286 Member
    I love omelettes. My favorite filling is ham, cheddar, and tomato, and if you're careful with the amounts you can make that without it being a calorie bomb. Another yummy filling I've made includes spinach, sundried tomatoes, kalamata olives, and feta cheese.

    I'm having a salad for lunch today that is just asparagus, hard boiled egg, and a little bacon with a dijon vinaigrette, from the site I posted.
  • gamerbabe14
    gamerbabe14 Posts: 876 Member
  • rsclause
    rsclause Posts: 3,103 Member
    Spaghetti squash done up like spaghetti with sauce on top. I lose weight every time I eat it and its good.
  • rj0150684
    rj0150684 Posts: 227 Member
    Grilled shrimp and asparagus.
  • tennisdude2004
    tennisdude2004 Posts: 5,609 Member
    Personally I like chilli!

    Also shrimp, cooked in butter with bell pepper onions and bacon (with some Tony’s sprinkled over it)!
  • Lounmoun
    Lounmoun Posts: 8,427 Member
    How low calorie? 300? 400? 500?
    I generally have around 500 calories for dinner and haven't really had trouble finding recipes on traditional recipe sites fit that as long as it is not something drowing in oil/butter/cream/cheese.

    Baked or grilled meat of choice and pile of vegetables raw, roasted, grilled, steamed.
    Giant salad
    Zucchini noodles cooked briefly with cooked chicken, tomato, onion, garlic, herbs... maybe olives.
  • Btheodore138
    Btheodore138 Posts: 182 Member
    I love making things in the crockpot, then portioning them out and freezing for later use. I do stuff like chicken tikka masala (made with light coconut milk instead of cream), chicken with salsa and taco seasoning, chili, soups, etc.
  • JosieMay100
    JosieMay100 Posts: 43 Member
    Squash noodles with anything! Even if you eat thw whole bag its like 90 calories!
  • skelterhelter
    skelterhelter Posts: 797 Member
    edited May 2018
    An alternative to squash noodles: shirataki noodles! I think mine was 35 calories for the whole package and I prepared it just like spaghetti with marinara and garlic powder. You could pair with turkey meatballs to make it more satisfying. Beware, though: you need to rinse the noodles well as they have a strong earthy odor. It goes away after a rinse and a quick "dry fry" (to get the excess moisture out) on a skillet, though.
  • emmamcgarity
    emmamcgarity Posts: 1,577 Member
    Tonight was marinated boneless pork loin chop, roasted zucchini, and roasted sweet potato