15 Fast and Easy Meals for the Girl Who Doesn’t Cook
Tiffany Tse, Shape.com
Recipe provided by Jeff Halevy, behavioral health and fitness expert and CEO of Halevy Life in New York
Cooking at home and eating healthy often go hand in hand. But if you’re not a kitchen-savvy gal, the best nutrition experts and bloggers have come to the rescue. We gathered their favorite quick and easy recipes for healthy meals that require as few ingredients as possible.
5. Balsamic Tuna with Chopped Celery
Whip up this tuna recipe in seconds for a nutritious meal or side dish. By replacing the fatty mayonnaise in traditional tuna spreads with balsamic dressing (or oil and vinegar), you cut about 100 calories.
1 can tuna (or premade grilled chicken for non-fish eaters)
1 stick celery
Balsamic vinaigrette (Tip: Use Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers Balsamic Breeze Vinaigrette Dressing, which is 1 calorie per spray)
Remove the tuna from its can, put it on a dish, and moisten it with balsamic vinaigrette dressing. Dice the stick of celery into small bits and distribute throughout the balsamic-glazed tuna fish to create an instant, healthy meal in less than 5 minutes.