When you don’t have time to cook, what’s your go-to healthy din­ner so­lu­tion?

EatingWell - - CHATTER -

Cous­cous with chick­peas, shred­ded car­rots and any green veg­gie I hap­pen to have in the freezer. Or salad from the fridge, driz­zled with an easy & fast lemon-tahini dress­ing. —Katha­rina Elis­a­beth

Hot bar at Whole Foods or one of their pre­made sand­wiches (falafel wrap). —Amore Onyung

Make boil-in-bag rice; add chicken, mush­rooms, jalapeños, cheese sauce… 15 mins.

—Doris La­mond

Black beans, brown rice & chopped-up veg­eta­bles.

—Kimberly Black­well

Spinach and scram­bled eggs with salsa. —Francene De­bouse

Cauliflower rice, home­made stewed and canned toma­toes, some shaved fontina or Parme­san cheese. —Sarah Ann

Ro­tis­serie chicken and side salad. —Ju­lia Marie Cu­sano

Mashed avo­cado with chopped cherry toma­toes on lightly toasted crusty bread… yummy.

—Lind­say Davies

Baby yel­low and or­ange bell pep­pers and car­rot sticks with store-bought hum­mus. Plus a pouch of tuna spread onto some crack­ers. —E.F. Pare­des

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