If you are considering doing a Whole30, the slow cooker can be your best friend. First, it's an easy and stress free way to prepare a meal. Additionally, since many people struggle with lunches on the Whole30, it can be the perfect way to prep lunches for the week. Just make up a big batch of your favorite Whole30 slow cooker recipe and then eat it for lunch during the week with salads, lettuce wraps, baked potatoes, veggies, or cauliflower rice. Additionally, even if you aren't doing Whole30, all of these recipes are gluten-free with no added sugars and are Paleo friendly, although you will have to substitute sweet potatoes for white potatoes in a couple recipes.
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We know that every minute counts, and that’s why we’re making the most of your kitchen time with brand new 20-Minute Meals on the menu each week. Because we believe busy schedules don’t have to get in the way of eating delicious, home-cooked food.
These chef-curated recipes still top the tasty charts.
and they take just T-20 minutes to cook thanks to our foolproof instructions and specially made, liftoff-ready meals.
You can expect perfect ingredient pairings
like this no-fuss Steak and Nectarine Salad with Spring Mix, Pecans, and Feta Cheese on next week’s menu (available to order now!), and all the important things we hold near and dear when it comes to dinnertime
Shortened, simplified recipes that hit the spot every time
You’ll see what we mean when you sear the nectarine in the same pan as the juicy steak
Doing so ensures you not only infuse all the mouthwatering flavors of the steak into the nectarine, but also that you’re left with minimal cleanup. It’s a win-win.
When we say 20-min, we mean it. Take a handy shortcut and say hello to as many pre-chopped veggies as possible — not to mention an all star lineup of the quickest cooking methods our test kitchen can dream up.
Because while there’s a time and a place for low and slow stovetop simmering and slow roasting, busy weeknight’s just aren’t it.
Deliciously satisfying, We’d never sacrifice flavor for speed.
so every 20-Minute Meal is still held to the same crave-worthy standards you’d expect from HelloFresh thanks to seasonal, top-quality ingredients like late-summer stone fruits.
three. Does the easy, speedy, and deliciously satisfying dinner trifecta sound too good to be true? Trust us friends, it’s not.
This rocket-fast menu update is the real deal.
four. Order our first ever 20-Minute Meal now, cook it next week.
and taste the satisfaction of getting a wholesome, homemade dinner on the table faster than you ever thought possible.
five. Pronto Chicken White Pizzas with Baby Broccoli, Fresh Mozzarella, and Tuscan Herbs.
Consider your pizza fix fixed! With this recipe, you’ll have a pie with a flatbread crust piled high with pieces of chicken, plump tomatoes, crunchy bites of baby broccoli, and gooey mozzarella. It’s baked under the broiler to give it a crispy, golden-edged finish that will make everyone ooh and ahh as it’s brought to the table. Oh, and we should mention the best part: it’ll be done in just 20 minutes. Get the recipe here.
Speedy Steak Fajitas with Bell Peppers and Hot Sauce Crema.
These steak fajitas are super-fast and simple to make, helping you put some pep in your step while grooving towards dinnertime. Warm flour tortillas are stuffed full and topped with spicy sour cream and a sprinkle of cheddar cheese. And while the prep may be fast, we’re pretty sure you’ll want to stop to appreciate the fiesta of flavors that each tortilla holds. Get the recipe here, and be sure to select this 20-minute masterpiece off the menu the week of April 14 – April 20.
Shake It Up! Pork Cutlets with Garlic Bread and an Apple and Sunflower Seed Salad.
Although we can’t lay claim to the “put it in a bag and shake” method used to cook these pork cutlets, we’ll acknowledge that it’s pretty genius. That’s because it makes breading meat about as quick and easy as can be (and yes, it’s so juicy). After adding the breadcrumbs, the pork is fried in a pan ’til golden and served with toasted garlic bread and a crisp salad. If that sounds like a lot, fret not—this recipe (which is on the menu the week of April 21 – April 27) can be made in as little as 20 minutes.
eight. Shrimp Pasta With a Kick with Garlic Herb Butter and Zucchini.
In this dish, shrimp are given a feisty kick by adding slices of Thai chili. It’s sure to please heat-lovers, although you can always adjust if you prefer to walk on the mild side. Tossed with zucchini, garlic herb butter, Parmesan, and al dente pasta, everything comes together in a savory, spicy, and piping-hot pile of perfection in 20 minutes MAX. Sound too good to be true? Check out the recipe here, and taste it to believe it the week of April 21 – April 27.
nine. Barbecue Pulled Pork Flatbreads with Tomato and Mozzarella Cheese.
Your backyard cookout just met pizza night—worlds collide. The crispy flatbread crust in this dish is loaded with barbecue favorites like ready-to-heat pulled pork and a smoky sauce, then given an Italian accent via mozzarella cheese and tomato. In other words, it’s both lick-your-lips, stick-to-your-fingers good as well as a golden piece of pie perfection. Get the recipe here, and be sure to order it off the menu the week of April 28 – May 4 — because when’s the next time you’re going to see “pulled pork” and “20 minutes” in one sentence?
Crispy Chipotle Shrimp Tacos with Cabbage Slaw and Radishes.
Just when you thought tacos couldn’t get any tastier, our chefs found a way to take them to the next level of piled-high perfection. Shrimp is pan-fried until golden and tucked away in warm corn tortillas with a citrusy red cabbage slaw. Then it’s finished with a smoky lime crema (you can call it taco special sauce). The best part, though, might be that you can get these bad boys on the table in about 20 minutes. Get the recipe
Bulgogi Chicken Thigh Tacos with Pickled Cucumbers and Sriracha Crema. Korean and Mexican flavors may seem like they’re at opposite ends of the culinary spectrum. But when they meet in the middle, the results are absolutely delicious. These mashup tacos feature chicken in bulgogi sauce — a Korean-style marinade of soy sauce and sesame with a little bit of sweetness — tucked into the tortillas with cabbage, pickled cucumber, and a spicy crema. Get the recipe