Looking for a quick, healthy, vegetarian dinner for one? Sweet potatoes are the answer. This easy oil-free dinner cooks in your microwave in just 7 minutes, faster than you can say "delivery". Naturally gluten-free and pumped with extra plant-based protein from beans, this is an essential go-to recipe that can feeds both vegans and Paleo.
7 Minute Southwestern Stuffed Sweet Potato
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Chef Katie Simmons
Katie is a Personal Chef based in Chicago. She specializes in creating delicious, healthy recipes for those with special dietary concerns like gluten-free, oil-free, plant-based, and low-residue. Outside of the kitchen, she is a Fitness Instructor for Equinox, with over 13 years experience in the fitness industry, and a blogger for Kuli Kuli Foods. For fun, she loves to travel. Some of her favorite trips include 4 days on the Incan Trail in Peru, 10 days of hiking in the Patagonia of Argentina and Chile, and exploring the pretzels and vineyards of Germany