Whether you’re off to school for the first time, got a job in a new city or just prefer to live on your own, we all go through periods where we only cook for ourselves. The problem is, most recipes are written with at least two or more people in mind. When you don’t want to keep eating the same thing over and over again, this can be frustrating. But have no fear! Forkly is here to help you out. Here are ten meals written specifically with you single ladies and lads in mind!

1. French Onion Soup

French Onion Soup is a delicious treat any day of the week – even when it’s hot out!

http://www.butterandbrioche.com/single-lady-french-onion-soup/ Photos and Recipe By: Butter and Brioche

2. Healthy Lasagna

Eat lasagna with no regrets.

https://todayscreativelife.com/single-serve-healthy-lasagna/ Photos and Recipe By: Today’s Creative Life

3. Mediterranean Quinoa Bowls

This mediterranean quinoa bowl is packed with all the nutrients you need to get through a long work day or to fuel up for a great workout.

http://pinchofyum.com/mediterranean-quinoa-bowls-with-roasted-red-pepper-sauce Photos and Recipe By: Pinch of Yum

4. Healthy Spinach and Brie Skillet Quesadilla

Take your regular grilled cheese or quesadilla to the next level with a little brie and spinach!

http://www.seasonlycreations.com/healthy-spinach-and-brie-skillet-quesadilla-under-250-calories/ Photos and Recipe By: Seasonally Creations

5. Eggplant Parmesan

Make a fantastic vegetarian supper with maybe even a little left over for lunch tomorrow.

https://onedishkitchen.com/eggplant-parmesan-for-one/ Photos and Recipe By: One Dish Kitchen

6. Fettuccine Alfredo

Have that rich supper you’ve been craving all week with a side of garlic bread! Maybe add a salad to even things out.

http://bakingmischief.com/2017/04/24/easy-fettuccine-alfredo-for-one/ Photos and Recipe By: Baking Mischief

7. Taco Casserole

Give me stacks on stacks of taco casserole! This is the perfect solo supper.

https://onedishkitchen.com/taco-casserole-for-one/ Photos and Recipe By: One Dish Kitchen

8. Single Serving Vegan Caprese

Enjoy a caprese salad sans animal products!

https://www.veganosity.com/single-serving-vegan-caprese-salad/ Photos and Recipe By: Veganosity

9. Pork Chop with Mustard and Apples

This is the new and improved gourmet pork chops and apple sauce for one.

http://singlyscrumptious.com/creamy-pork-chop-with-mustard-and-apples/ Photos and Recipe By: Singly Scrumptious

10. Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie

Who doesn’t want to eat cookies for breakfast?! These pancakes are a perfect way to start your morning or celebrate your evening.

https://topwithcinnamon.com/2013/08/oatmeal-chocolate-chip-cookie-pancakes-vegan-gluten-free.html Photos and Recipe By: Top With Cinnamon



Lindsay Duncan

Lindsay loves cooking fun and creative meals for friends and family. At home, you can find her trying out a new recipe found on Pinterest while trying to balance her husband's sweet tooth with her healthy eating habits. If she's not in the kitchen, you'll find Lindsay photographing people she loves and going out with friends to try the newest restaurant in her small town.

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