FFF: 5 Ingredient Recipes

5-Ingredient Recipes: 39 Simple 5-Ingredient Dinners | MrFood.com

Below are my throw it together quick easy dinners:

Pumpkin or Squash Chili 

  1. Cooked Ground Turkey
  2. Diced Tomatoes
  3. Pinto Beans
  4. Frozen Pumpkin or Butter Squash Chunks
  5. Chili Seasoning

Healthy Fall Pumpkin Chili Recipe | Chew Out Loud

Tuna Noodle Casserole

  1. Can of tuna
  2. Can of Cream of Mushroom Soup
  3. Can of (Almond) Milk
  4. Frozen Peas
  5. Cooked Egg Noodles

Classic Tuna Noodle Casserole - Bowl Me Over

Sausage ‘n Peppers

  1. 2 Packages of pre-cooked Chicken Sausage (my favorite is Apple and Italian)
  2. Bag of multi-colored frozen Peppers
  3. Bag of frozen Peppers & Onions
  4. Can of diced Tomatoes or tomato sauce
  5. Cooked Rice or pasta

Smoked Sausage and Peppers with Onions Skillet Recipe | Diethood

Meat Loaf

  1. Meatloaf Mix (veal, beef, pork)
  2. Egg
  3. Seasoned Bread Crumbs
  4. Milk
  5. Seasoning

Best Homemade Meatloaf Recipe - I Heart Naptime

Chicken Marsala

  1. Browned chicken breasts or tenders
  2. Marsala Wine
  3. Beef Broth
  4. Sliced cooked Mushrooms
  5. Cooked Pasta

Creamy Chicken Marsala {So Easy} Modernmealmakeover.com

Beef Vegetable Soup

  1. Browned Stew Beef
  2. Beef Broth
  3. Spices
  4. Frozen Mixed Vegetables
  5. Can of Sliced or Cubed Potatoes

Soup Supreme Vegetable Beef with Barley Soup, 4 Pound -- 4 per case

The key word to these recipes is FAST which is why most recipes use frozen or canned ingredients.  Obviously fresh produce can be substituted.

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15 thoughts on “FFF: 5 Ingredient Recipes

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  2. tell me more about the tuna casserole… can i put a different veg in there (not a HUGE fan of peas).

    so I have a one-pot recipe I make a lot, which goes quite quickly:
    chicken thighs
    chicken broth

    I do throw in some garlic and spices/ herbs for the chicken and use a bit of olive oil. But i love this one because it’s high-protein and super easy (though 6 main ingredients).


  3. These all look tasty! I have a similar recipe to your Sausage and Peppers for Chicken-Kielbasa Jambalaya. My mom made a similar Tuna and Noodles meal when I was a kid (no mushroom soup, though, because she doesn’t like mushrooms).

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  4. Your quick and easy dinners are fancier than mine! One of my easy dinners (which I have at least once a week) is chickpea pasta, and while it’s boiling I throw broccoli in to cook with it, topped with marinara sauce
    from a jar. The whole thing takes about 20 minutes, and the only real work is shopping the broccoli. I’m not a big fan of cooking on weeknights, so I try to have something really easy like this, or leftovers.

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