One pan meals

Easy Yellow Thai Curry Chicken SoupThis yellow thai curry chicken soup is a super warming, comforting and nourishing dish that's ready in under 30 minutes. As we head into the cooler months I'm finding myself wanting more warm foods that are nourishing for my soul. This recipe is super easy to make and so yummy! Rice noodles aren't a food I eat often because of their impact on blood sugar, however all foods can still be enjoyed in moderation when wanting to keep blood sugar in check! Plus, they are super affordable and make a great addition to soup. So, when I made this recipe I made sure it had plenty of fibre, protein and healthy fats to help reduce the glucose spike from the rice noodles
Gut Healing Chicken & Veggie Broth SoupThis gut healing chicken and veggie broth soup is a real winner! It can be made in about 15 minutes, it contains bone broth which is super healing for the gut due to it's glycine, glutamine and mineral content, and it contains lots of non-starchy veggies which are full of fibre. Fibre is very important for gut health and waste elimination. It's also high in protein which is supportive for the immune system and blood sugar balance.
Slow Cooker Pulled PorkThis slow cooker pulled pork is a great recipe to make ahead of time. It can be used in so many different ways. You can enjoy it alongside a salad for a quick dinner, make pulled pork tacos, or my personal favourite is to make pulled pork nachos, using organic corn chips, a big fresh salad and guacamole - delish!
Easy Lentil & Bacon SoupThis lentil and bacon soup is super easy to make and delicious. It’s a great light dinner option that is very warming and nourishing. You can make this ahead of time or keep it in the freezer in containers to enjoy at a later date
One Pan Meal – Baked Lamb Chops with Roasted Vegetables and Mint Yoghurt DressingI love one pan meals! Simple, healthy delicious meals is what I’m all about, and this one-pan baked lamb chops with roasted vegetables and yoghurt mint dressing is a recipe I know you’re going to love! If you do make it please let me know in the comment below or send me a photo via social media @nataliebradynutrition and let what you think of it. I absolutely love hearing your guys feedback, and I’d love to know if you’d like more recipes like this, so please do get in touch.
Teriyaki Salmon – One Pan MealThis teriyaki salmon one pan meal is simply delicious, and of course super nutritious! I’m a huge fan of one pan meals, they are a huge kitchen time saver! I like to line baking trays with baking paper for easy clean-up, completely optional. This is the perfect simple, but healthy meal to make when you’re short on time (you seriously only need 10 minutes prep time). It’s also great to make during meal prep in the weekend to enjoy for lunches the following days.
Balsamic & Herb Chicken With Veggies – One Pan MealI’m always trying to encourage my clients to increase their vegetable intake and also their protein intake, and this balsamic and herb chicken with veggies is one very simple way to achieve just that! I cook one pan meals all the time and thought I would start sharing some of my personal faves with you so that you too can enjoy them! This takes no time to prepare is perfect for a light nutrient-dense dinner. It can be enjoyed as it is or with some brown rice on the side if you feel you need a little something extra!
Simple Chicken Stirfry – One Pan 15 Min MealOne of the biggest hurdles I hear in the clinic is that healthy eating is expensive and time-consuming. It’s my mission to show you otherwise! I’m all about eating simple, wholesome, nourishing foods that are quick, easy and affordable! If you want to eat healthier you can, you just have to commit to it, and you don’t have to commit to cooking 3-4 hours every day after work, trust me! All the recipes on my website are so simple, so healthy, and this simple chicken stir-fry is no exception! It’s also a great recipe to make in bulk during the weekend to enjoy for lunches throughout the week. You can always jazz it up by mixing up the vegetable you use and adding some brown rice on the side, which is what my husband and I like to do sometimes.
Curried Pumpkin SoupThis is such a warming, comforting and nourishing dish. It's perfect for chilly winter evenings, or any evening really. I actually make this soup all year round as my husband loves it, and it's perfect on nights when you feel like something easy and light. By using coconut cream and chickpeas it ensures you get some healthy fats and a little bit of protein into each mouthful. It also contains some great spices to help aid digestion. This makes quite a large portion, I normally get 4-5 meals out of it as I like to enjoy it the following day for lunch, however you can easily half the ingredients. I also enjoy making a large batch as I often freeze it, so when I want a break from cooking I can easily grab a portion or two out from the freezer and pop it on the stove for a quick easy meal.

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