Quick and Healthy Dinner for (Really) Busy People

Ceri Marsh + Laura Keogh, Sweet Potato Chronicles

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7 Videos (12m)
    • Introduction

    • What You'll Need

    • Asparagus Egg Bake

    • Cauliflower Cous Cous Bowl

    • Rigatoni with Spring Onions and Peas

    • Salmon Tray Bake

    • Thank you!


About This Class

Are you so busy you feel like there's no way you can make dinner on a weeknight? It's time to give those takeout menus (and your credit card) a break! Take this class and we'll show you how it can be done. Join food bloggers, Laura Keogh and Ceri Marsh from Sweet Potato Chronicles as they share the secret to speedy weeknight cooking and their favourite fast recipes. In this class we'll show you how to focus on quick-cooking ingredients to prepare healthy, delicious meals on the busiest of weekdays. You'll prepare a series of easy-to-make dinners and learn the tricks to getting dinner on the table fast. This class is perfect for professionals, students or families - anyone with a packed schedule. Little to no cooking experience is required. Let's make dinner! 


64 of 66 students recommendSee All

Love easy meals!!
These look like great recipes to make quickly. And I like that they are heavy on vegetables.
Peggy Hazelwood

Fun and Learning Go Hand in Hand

They make healthy cooking seem so easy and quick! I enjoyed their breakfast class as well.
Gracelle Mesina

Nuthin' but a g-thang, baby.





Ceri Marsh + Laura Keogh

Sweet Potato Chronicles

Ceri Marsh and Laura Keogh are magazine editors turned food bloggers, and the team behind Sweet Potato Chronicles. SPC is all about encouraging people to get into the kitchen, have fun and take control of their health through food. As healthy food experts, they frequently appear on tv and radio, contribute regularly to Today.com and Metro News. Their first cookbook, How to Feed a Family; The Sweet Potato Chronicles Cookbook was a best seller. They're currently at work on their second book. And feeling nostalgic for the days when dinner was cereal eaten over the kitchen sink. If you enjoy our classes and would like to get more great recipes and ideas, sign up for our newsletter at Sweet Potato Chronicles