We’re all about a satisfying breakfast in the morning—think veggie-packed omelets or homemade oatmeal with chia seeds. But in reality, weekday breakfasts typically look like a granola bar in one hand and coffee in the other, bags over your shoulder as you run out the door. Bummer, right? That’s no way to start your butt-kicking, get-stuff-done day.
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Maybe you're a vegetarian who craves a burger every now and then (and don't want to get shade for "cheating"). Or you're a straight-up carnivore looking to lighten up on your meat-eating ways for health reasons. (After all, vegetarians live 3.5 years longer than meat eaters.) Well, good news, there's an eating plan for you.
The holidays are over, the days are still short and cold, and spring feels like a loooong way off. But that doesn't mean you're doomed to feel down. In fact, the happiest people in the world live somewhere with really limited daylight hours—Denmark.
Sautéed Sweet Apple Chicken Sausage and Brussels Sprouts
This one-skillet meal is a perfect weeknight dinner when you want something flavorful and healthy that won't leave you with a bunch of pots and pans to clean.
Get the recipe: One-Skillet Sweet Chicken Sausage with Sautéed Brussels Sprouts
Photo: Hungry Hobby
Cranberry Apricot Chicken
The mild flavor of boneless, skinless chicken breast is delicious with fruity and savory flavors alike. Here, apricots and cranberries offer a tasty touch of sweetness.
Get the recipe: Cranberry Apricot Chicken
Photo: Kroll's Korner