If you can't afford a live-in chef—you're a kween, yes, but not an actual queen—a slow-cooker is your next best option. Sure, healthy slow-cooker recipes involve a teensy bit of prep, but aside from a bit of searing and seasoning, they do most of the cooking themselves. All you really have to do is dump your ingredients in your slow cooker before you hit the road, and let it all simmer for six to eight hours. You're free to run some errands, catch a movie, or go to work. When you get home dinner will be ready and waiting for you. What's more regal than that?
Food Fun & News Taylor MarkarianDec 20 The kind of coffee you drink can reveal secrets about your personality—and your genetic code. Straight black coffee drinkers are antisocial peerapong suankaew/shutterstock Everyone’s coffee order is different. One way is to just take it black. For many people, this isn’t an appealing option because it offers too […]
Christian-Fischer/Shutterstock Allulose is a sweetener that’s been on the market since 2015 and is now gaining popularity because of its low calorie count. It has 90 percent fewer calories than table sugar, according to the Calorie Control Council. The sugar occurs naturally in a handful of foods and may be an ingredient showing up in […]
Good for: The person who’s always on a budget. The details: Dinnerly bills itself as “the meal kit that’s always 50 percent off” and the sentiment isn’t wrong, because none of their recipes cost more than $ 5 a person. There are only six ingredients in each recipe and none of them take more than […]