Does the idea of spending more time in the kitchen, learning how to make a healthier meal feel overwhelming?
You’re not alone.
But eating healthier doesn’t have to be a full time job.
I’ll show you how below with a little known time-saving tool I love. Plus I’ve included 9 delicious and weight loss friendly recipes so you can try one of these meals tonight if you’d like.
Cooking dinner in a rice cooker is one of the most convenient ways to make a healthy, high-fiber meal because you don’t have to hover over the stove the entire time your food is cooking.
After a practice round or two, you’ll be able to serve up a healthy dinner in the same or less amount of time it took to prepare a regular dinner.
You can do fun, relaxing things while dinner cooks. All the cooking happens in the rice cooker so there’s virtually no stirring or watching the pot. While the the meal is cooking, you can focus on other items that need your attention and return to the kitchen when the timer goes off.
There’s less mess to clean up. Which means more down time out of the kitchen.
One-pot meals are less daunting for beginners. It’s time consuming enough to cook something you know. Committing to make healthier meals can feel like you’re starting from scratch. Using a rice cooker makes the learning curve less daunting because there’s less complexity to get confused by.
I’ve estimated the prep time and the cook time for you. The cook time isn’t a big deal anymore when you realize you can be elsewhere while your rice cooker does the work.
Don’t have a rice cooker? Check out Amazon. Rice cookers start at $26.