Yes, we’re all in a hurry these days—and frazzled, and pressured, and stretched. But most of us, if we’re really honest about it, could spare 10 minutes. That’s why this meal plan is the only one you’ll need during the busy fall season. You guessed it: it’s called, 10-minute Meals.

And, you can truly prep these dinners—healthy, easy and delicious—in just 10 minutes.

Here are your top 10-in-10 recipes to rotate through over the weeks:

10.  Exotic curry chicken

While you’re sipping your AM coffee, quickly put together Slow Cooker Curry Whole Chicken with Creamer Potatoes. Turmeric, coriander, and ginger simmer together all day with celery, onion and a jar of your favorite Butter Chicken curry sauce. The result: pull-apart tender chicken and Little Trios in a distinctively bright Indian curry sauce—and the enticing aroma wafting through the kitchen when you walk in the door after work.


9. Go green bean

Colorful, sharp and creamy-crunchy, Potatoes and Green Bean Salad is a vegetarian meal in one that’s on the light side. Add in canned garbanzo beans for legume power, if you like. Our Little Garlic & Parsley are done in five minutes. While they’re cooking, boil frozen green beans and corn to save time. Then combine and serve.


8. Sweet ‘n salty

Substitute with our Microwave Ready Creamers to accelerate prep time for Sweet and Salty Potato Salad, a dish highlighting dueling flavors with parsley, dates, and peanuts. Stack the Creamers atop kale leaves (buy pre-washed) and pair with something grilled.


7. Smoky links stew

op everything into the Crockpot and go. Slow Cooker Sausage & Little Potatoes will stew while you’re at the office. You’ll love this filling combo with Cream of Mushroom soup and a dash of Cajun seasoning for a kick.


6. Creamer + crudité salad

Traditional, simple and it goes with everything—what’s not to love? Try this take on The Classic Little Potato Salad: the “peas and carrots version.” That’s adding hardboiled eggs, peas, shredded carrot and a little red onion zip to Little Yellows Creamers. Buy pre-shredded carrots and frozen peas to shave off minutes. Match with poached white fish fillets.


5. Golden-brown nuggets with Ranch

Tender inside, Crispy Potatoes with Vegan Ranch Dressing are as addictive as potato chips. Whip up the dressing from scratch or use bottled. This one goes well with BBQ’d burgers (tofu or beef) or hot dogs/vegan dogs. Add a side of baby carrot sticks and dinner is ready.


4. Soul-soothing turkey soup

After Thanksgiving, utilize that leftover bird to make Slow Cooker Turkey & Potato Soup. Just sauté the turkey (leftovers or turkey burger), onion and garlic, then add everything to the Crock Pot and let the whole thing cook all day. Celery, rosemary, thyme, tomatoes and parsley will mingle to create a savory broth. Buttery Little Trios add nutrients, fiber, and substance to this dinner-in-a-bowl.


3. BBQ beef skewers

Easy Steak and Creamer Kabobs are a favorite because you just load and grill. Toss cubed steak in herbs and Worcestershire in a Ziploc, then stack on to skewers with precooked Little Garlic & Parsley and barbecue. We add on red, orange and yellow bell peppers and button mushrooms to round off the meal. If you can, prep the steak in the AM and let it marinade in the fridge all day to intensify flavors and grill when you’re ready to eat.


2. Scandinavian fish twist

Open-face smoked salmon sandwiches spiked with red onion slivers, and tangy lemon are classic smörgåsbord. This one riffs by replacing bread with an herb-crusted Little Potato. A sophisticated Nordic-inspired appetizer, make Crispy Potato Bites with Smoked Salmon as something new and interesting for dinner. Serve warm over a bed of arugula or endive and garnish with a dollop of crème fraîche.


1. Mashed potatoes in a hurry

Fluffy and smooth, this is an autumn essential and cherished comfort food. Little Potatoes render this dish buttery and smooth versus gluey and gummy. Whip up 10 Minute Garlic Parsley Mashed Potatoes and pair with anything, really: we like a green salad mix, plus sautéed shrimp or scallops. The secret to this recipe is buttermilk and our Little Garlic Parsley. Double the amount on a Monday and enjoy again with Wednesday’s dinner. Easy! 



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