8 Easy Gut-Healthy Dinners That Are High in Protein

Salmon Rice Bowl

This salmon rice dish, which was inspired by the popular TikTok fad, is a delicious option for lunch or dinner. You can create a tasty dinner in about 25 minutes with foods that are good for you, like salmon, vegetables, and instant brown rice.

Broccolini, Chicken Sausage & Orzo Skillet

We adore this easy skillet dinner on hectic nights. In less than 30 minutes, the combination of sausage and orzo simmered in chicken broth produces a creamy, risotto-like meal.

The Best Veggie Enchiladas

To cut down on prep time, store-bought enchilada sauce is used to coat these vegetable enchiladas, which are loaded with sweet corn, onion, peppers, zucchini, and beans.

Black Bean-Quinoa Bowl

With the exception of the fried bowl, this black bean and quinoa bowl features many of the typical components of a taco salad. We've added avocado, fresh cilantro, pico de gallo, and a simple hummus dressing to top it all off.

Salmon-Stuffed Avocados

A useful pantry staple, canned salmon is an easy way to include heart-healthy, omega-3-rich seafood into your diet. Here, we pair it with avocados for a simple, no-cook dinner.

Vegan Shepherd's Pie

This simple vegan shepherd's pie dish uses lentils in place of ground meat, and vegan butter gives the mashed potatoes a creamy texture.

Stuffed Sweet Potato with Hummus Dressing

This stuffed sweet potato with black beans, kale, and hummus dressing is a great one-person lunch made with just five ingredients. It's hearty but easy to make.

Baked Feta & Tomato Chickpeas

With just feta cheese, chickpeas, and cherry tomatoes, this easy baked feta casserole recipe creates a filling, high-protein vegetarian supper. It produces a tomato-olive oil sauce that is savory-sweet after baking,