9 Simple, But Delicious Recipes For People Who Can’t Cook

Cooking is truly an art. Some people have a knack for it, and others just don’t. And just because you’re not a culinary expert doesn’t mean you have to miss out on one of the finer things in life— delicious food.

With these recipes at your disposal, you’ll be able to dine like you actually know what you’re doing in the kitchen.

Many of these recipes are so simple that they only require one pot or pan to whip them up. So, chef or no— let’s enjoy some good food, shall we?

Check out 9 recipes that are so simple, anyone could make them!

1. One Pan Chicken Caprese

All you have to do to make this dish is layer chicken, mozzarella, spinach and tomato in a skillet. That’s all it takes to create one of Italy’s finest dishes. Get the recipe.

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2. Mac ‘N Cheese Ramen

Ramen’s easy enough to make, right? I mean, it’s already pretty much one of your staples if you can’t cook. So, why not mix things up a bit and turn your go-to noodles into some seriously cheesy comfort food? Get the recipe.

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3. One Pan Teriyaki Chicken & Pineapple Rice

Instead of opting for take-out, why not make your go-to order all in one pan on your stovetop? Seems easy enough, right? Get the recipe.

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4. Fruity Quinoa Breakfast Bake

If you’re looking for a simple breakfast option, combine cooked quinoa and fruit into one skillet for a healthy, filling and not to mention super easy to make morning meal. Get the recipe.

Edible Perspective

5. One Minute Chocolate Mug Cake

Whether you can’t cook or you’re just feeling lazy a mug cake that can be made in the microwave is totally your speed. Get the recipe.

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6. Lunchtime Smoothie

Lunches are tricky even for the best of chefs because making something that lasts ’til lunch hour can be easier said than done. For something that’s easy to make in the morning and take to work with you, look no further than this filling smoothie. Get the recipe.

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7. Bell Pepper Pizzas

A healthy version of pizza that is easier than dialing for delivery? This is just the kind of thing you need. Get the recipe.

Peas & Crayons

8. Slow Cooker Creamy Italian Chicken

Meals that go into the slow cooker and come out looking gourmet require minimal effort, but taste delicious. Just what you were looking for, huh? Get the recipe.

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9. 3-Ingredient Banana Pudding

This faux banana pudding recipe is just as good as the real deal— without the trouble of making pudding from scratch. Get the recipe.

The Faux Martha

So, novice culinary artists here are some ways that you can keep your cooking at a minimum, but still eat really yummy foods. That sounds like the best of both worlds, doesn’t it?

[h/t: Huffington Post]