Did you know that you can hard or soft boil eggs in the microwave? Much thanks to driver Kaleigh sharing these instructions!
A quick and easy microwave-friendly way to get in your omega-3s and protein. Pair salmon with steamed brown rice and colorful veggies for a deliciously balanced meal that only requires a microwave!
Cook this flax muffin in your microwave if you are searching for a lower carb alternative (only 1g of net carbs) to toast or an english muffin. Top with eggs scrambled in the microwave or with peanut butter. Ground flax is a great way to support hormonal balance for both females and males. Ground flax is also an excellent prebiotic fiber to feed and flourish your good gut bacteria.
Warm, comforting meal you can throw together in a flash. Most of the ingredients in here are pantry products so this is a good recipe to keep on hand when you run out of other prepped meals!
Easy, MICROWAVE ONLY, lunch or dinner
Add some flavor and veggies to your eggs in the morning! A recipe that works great in the microwave and can take on a variety of veggies depending on your preferences.
Another yummy take if you like eggs for breakfast. Protein and fiber rich breakfast that should keep you full for hours!
This is made in the microwave in a matter of minutes and can be mixed around with all types of flavors! Oatmeal is a super filling complex carb with the types of fiber that feed your good bacteria that help your metabolism work properly.
If you like pizza ( who doesn't) you have got to try this nutrient-dense super fast recipe. Takes less time to mix together than cooking a frozen pizza!
An option for when you need a hot meal in limited time! No need to run through the drive through or get a hot dog off the roller. Save calories and increase your nutrition when you have this meal instead.
Plant based, low calorie and high protein! Keep this as a back up frozen meal
No prep or cooking required just throw into the microwave! Depending on what you have room in your fridge/freezer for, can use a rotisserie chicken or frozen pre-cooked chicken, and a frozen pre sauced steamer bag of veggies.
A great recipe that uses multiple pantry ingredients to save room in your fridge. Try cooking in the microwave, air fryer, or oven. Can also add leftover or rotisserie chicken.
Check out this pizza recipe that takes just a couple minutes to throw together and is a FRACTION of the calories from pizza from the truck stop. Picture courtesy of Prime driver Mike who made the pizza in a sandwich maker instead of the microwave for a crispier texture.
No cooking skills required. Just pop this tasty dish into a microwave or air fryer (for extra crispiness) and enjoy. For a lower carbohydrate meal use a low carb wrap.
Frozen meals are a great stand-by option if you need a meal quickly. But there are plenty of high calorie and high sodium frozen meals so check out the options listed below.The nutrition facts listed are for a Healthy Choice Power Bowl, the basil pesto chicken variety
Vegetarian meal that is easy to change to your needs. If you want to do lower carb use a high fiber, low carb wrap for instance.
Have your pasta and protein too! 42g of protein in a serving. Very easy to cook in the microwave in a bowl of water so this recipe can work if you don't have access to a stove.
Another dry goods meal! The fresh veggies are optional, meaning that you can use up some canned goods instead.
Use lentil or chickpea pasta to get enough protein in this meal to avoid having a carb crash that can happen with regular pasta. The protein also helps satisfy you and avoid eating excess amounts! If cooking in the microwave just remember to stir the pasta in the water every minute until soft.
A meal made from frozen ingredients! The mac and cheese can be found in the frozen aisle, & it is made with protein pasta.
Did you know you can make yummy, fluffy eggs in the microwave?!? Eggs are a great way to "hid" veggies as well so try this recipe out with a mix of veggies to find which ones you like the most.
This recipe has everything, complex carb from the toast, fiber to fill you up from the non-starchy veggies, healthy fats and fiber from the avocado and of course a great dose of protein to keep you full for hours from the eggs!