6 Quick and Easy Late-Night Dinner Ideas From Healthy Foodies

Well + Good interviewed six foodies, from respected chefs to execs at buzzy health food brands (including Carrington Farms' Executive Vice President Debbie Shandel), to share what they do when confronted with the late-night munchies. 

Broiled Salmon

Debbie Shandel, executive vice president of food brand Carrington Farms, has two kids, including a 14-year-old hockey-playing son, so having a protein-packed dinner on the table is a must. “On busy nights, I put salmon with ghee in the broiler,” she says. (Insider tip: Ghee ups the amount of healthy fats.) The salmon only needs to cook for 10 to 15 minutes—the perfect amount of time to whip up a side salad, rounding out the meal.

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