Myfitnesspal

Message Boards Recipes
You are currently viewing the message boards in:

What's your go to recipe when you don't feel like cooking?

AJB1014AJB1014 Member Posts: 1,365 Member Member Posts: 1,365 Member
in Recipes
Just returned home from a long weekend away. I'm exhausted from traveling but don't want to order take out! I don't mind going to the grocery store to pick up a few things, but its the physical act of cooking I'm not looking forward to. What do you like to whip up when you don't feel like being in the kitchen?
«1345678

Replies

  • andreascjonssonandreascjonsson Member Posts: 433 Member Member Posts: 433 Member
    Pickled herring and potatoes or just pickled herring on swedish crispbread and cheese.
  • k8eekinsk8eekins Member Posts: 2,266 Member Member Posts: 2,266 Member
    crazyravr wrote: »
    AJB1014 wrote: »
    Just returned home from a long weekend away. I'm exhausted from traveling but don't want to order take out! I don't mind going to the grocery store to pick up a few things, but its the physical act of cooking I'm not looking forward to. What do you like to whip up when you don't feel like being in the kitchen?

    Stop by a store on the way home pick up a box salad mix and rotisserie chicken. Not only do you get fed quick but have leftovers for next day.
    rutzsa wrote: »
    I second the rotisserie chicken, salad, and I would pick up a good French baguette or loaf of bread to go with it!

    Rotisserie chicken (or foil packet salmon or some other fish on the grill or in the oven) sometimes is the go to for days like this, only I get flour tortillas and vegetable sprouts plus fresh lemons.
  • gamerbabe14gamerbabe14 Member Posts: 876 Member Member Posts: 876 Member
    Baked potato or anything I can roast really quickly.
Sign In or Register to comment.