Healthy Meals For Weight Loss Dinner

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Are you looking for healthy meals for weight loss dinner? I’ve put together this list of healthy meals that will help you with your weight loss goals.

Eating healthy meals is really important if you want to lose weight. Eating healthy meals is an effective way to stay safe from health problems and diseases. Healthy meal plans are scarce in most restaurants, which is why it’s important that you plan your own meals at home.

Healthy Meals For Weight Loss Dinner

Tangy Slow-Cooker Pork Carnitas Tacos

Four pork carnitas tacos on a plate

This recipe can roast on high for four hours, but for best results, let it roast on low for eight. The meat will be falling off by the time you start breaking it apart! Serve it with tortillas, limes, queso fresco (or cotija!) cheese, and, of course, some pickled red onions.

Crispy Cod With Sweet Potato Fries

crispy cod with sweet potato fries in a basket

This cod recipe, made with sweet potato fries, is made by baking the fish and chips in the oven instead of dipping them into a deep fryer. We promise, after taking a bite into this crispy cod recipe, you won’t even miss the deep-fried version.

Lamb Kofte Kebabs With Tahini Garlic Sauce

lamb kebabs on a plate with pomegranate seeds and fresh veggies

Lamb kebabs are a staple in Middle Eastern cuisine. Some would even consider it the Middle Eastern meatball! They usually have an aromatic spice blend, which is very specific to that part of the world. Plus, it’s one of our favorite healthy dinner recipes to make.

Crock-Pot Beef Ragu

Crock pot beef ragu recipe with pappardelle pasta and shaved parmesan

Sick of the usual meat sauce and meatballs on a weeknight? Take your Italian cooking up a notch with this delectable beef ragu recipe. Not only is it easy to make, but this dump-and-go Crock-Pot recipe is perfect to prep and freeze for later!

Chicken Ramen with Shiitake Mushrooms and Spinach

Paleo chicken ramen

A big bowl of ramen sounds like the perfect meal for a cold, rainy night, right? Well, if you’re paleo, ordering a bowl of ramen isn’t always an option. Nevertheless, a simple swap from noodles to zucchini noodles (also known as zoodles!) can easily solve that salty ramen craving.

Tomato Chicken Curry With Cauliflower Rice

Paleo tomato chicken curry recipe

Looking for something on the spicier side? By using a jalapeño in the recipe, this chicken curry comes with a slight kick, but between the sweetness of the coconut milk and the acidity of the crushed tomatoes, this tomato chicken curry is the perfect healthy dinner recipe no matter what season you’re in.

Bacon-Chile Burgers With Guacamole and Fresh Salsa

Paleo bacon chile burger

Just because you’re craving a burger doesn’t mean you have to waste more than 1,000 calories on a basic sit-down restaurant or fast food order! While some popular chains do sell burgers with more than 1,000 calories, you can actually enjoy a delicious burger with bacon (yes, bacon!) for a mere 402 calories.

Fish Tacos with Tilapia and Avocado

While most fish tacos are battered and fried (usually with a nice piece of cod), making fish tacos at home to be much easier than I anticipated. Because the fish I made for this recipe doesn’t involve breading a fish fillet, you can save major calories and bulk up on some delicious toppings instead.

BBQ Pork Shepherd’s Pie With Sweet Potato Topping

Paleo bbq pork shepards pie

As if shepherd’s pie wasn’t already delicious enough, this barbecue spin is the perfect twist to the classic dish. This healthy dinner recipe uses a paleo-compliant barbecue sauce, as well as unsweetened plain almond milk, to cut down on extra calories, while still giving the dish a tangy, yet creamy, texture. Plus, the extra kale sneaks in even more nutrients into the meal.

Skillet Lamb Chops With Swiss Cheese Cauliflower Mash

Break out your cast-iron skillet, or use this opportunity to buy one—it’s the key to getting a delicious sear on these medium-rare lamb chops. The chops take center stage with just a simple rub of rosemary, garlic, salt, and pepper. But the showstopper in this dish is the Swiss Cheese Cauliflower Mash. It’s buttery, creamy, and decadent. You’ll never miss mashed potatoes again!

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