What's for dinner? If you're thinking take-out, put down that phone. Meals don't have to be unhealthy to be quick, easy and tasty. In fact, you probably already have the ingredients for a delicious dinner right in your own kitchen. Open your pantry, and try these four healthy and easy meals you can make right now.

Easy Enchilada Casserole

Everyone loves enchiladas from their favorite Mexican restaurant, but rolling all those tortillas is a time-consuming chore. Get the whole enchilada flavor and none of the hassle with a one-pan easy enchilada casserole. Grease a baking dish, and line it with corn tortillas. Add a layer of your favorite filling, a layer of canned enchilada sauce and a layer of shredded cheese. Top your casserole with another layer of corn tortillas, then bake it at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.

Breakfast Bread Bowl

Turn kaiser rolls into a quick and hearty breakfast bowl by scooping out the middle and filling the roll with scrambled eggs, bacon crumbles and cheese. Sprinkle fresh parsley on top of your breakfast bowl, and serve it with a refreshing glass of orange juice. For a zestier version, try adding salsa. Breakfast bowls aren't just for breakfast either. You can enjoy this meal for lunch, dinner or even a snack.

Pasta Toss

Do you have a box of pasta but no sauce? Skip a trip to the store by making this simple pasta toss. First, cook your pasta according to the package directions. Add peas, minced garlic, Italian seasoning, fresh parmesan cheese, a can of tuna and a splash of extra virgin olive oil. Toss all the ingredients together with a fork or tongs, and serve this pasta dish with a glass of your favorite Italian wine.

Baked Pizza Potatoes

If you're bored with plain baked potatoes, try this pizza-inspired variation. First, bake your potatoes. Cut them in half, and spoon some pizza sauce on top. Add mozzarella cheese and your favorite pizza toppings. For a faster treat, try baking your potatoes in the microwave. Just poke your potato with a fork or toothpick to vent the steam, and cook it on a microwave safe plate on high for 10 minutes, turning halfway through the cooking time.

Are you missing an ingredient? Don't worry. These meal ideas are flexible, so you can substitute with something you have on hand. Try using bacon instead of mushrooms for a vegetarian option or substitute pesto or alfredo for pizza sauce.

Author's Bio: 

Lizzie Weakley is a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and walks in the park with her husky, Snowball. You can find her and her writing on Twitter @LizzieWeakley.