These 10 Dinners All Take Less Than 10 Minutes To Make (For When You Just Can't)

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It’s summer—the last thing you need is to spend hours slaving away in the kitchen!  We’re all about giving you more time to get out and enjoy the sunlight, without sacrificing your health. With that in mind, here are 10 of our favorite recipes you can make from start to finish in 10 minutes (or less!).  

One-Skillet Vegetarian Fried Forbidden Rice

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Want a veg-packed dinner that's like a healthy version of your favorite fried rice? Get the full recipe here.

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Sesame Avocado Toasts with Jammy Eggs

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Toss some perfectly cooked eggs on top of avocado toast and suddenly it's a meal! Get the full recipe here.

Spicy Shrimp with Zoodles and Cilantro Avocado Sauce

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This quick and easy dinner covers all the bases—protein, healthy fat, and fiber. Get the full recipe here.

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Zucchini Cacio e Pepe

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Based on the Roman classic, this uses ghee and cashew parmesan for a rich, creamy flavor. Get the full recipe.

Spring Pea and Mint Soup

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This soup is naturally vegan, has a bright, fresh flavor, and can be served hot or cold. Get the full recipe here.

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Fresh Summer Rolls

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Like a way more fun salad, these fresh summer rolls will spice up your evening. Get the full recipe here.

Sweet Potato Noodles with Peanut Sauce

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The best of Thai satay, with a vitamin-packed sweet potato base. Get the full recipe here.

Creamy Eggs with Garlicky Greens, Avocado & Chili Oil

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Breakfast for dinner for the win! Get the full recipe here.

Grain-free Faux Chipotle Bowl

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We're feeling all the Mexican vibes with this cauliflower rice bowl. Get the full recipe.

Zucchini Pesto Caprese

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Fresh, bright, and filled with polyphenol-filled herbs, this is a fun take on the classic summer dish. Get the full recipe here.

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