5 Easy, Effortless Foil-Pack Meals - Clean Eating Magazine

5 Effortless Foil-Pack Meals

Too hot to cook? No sweat! 
We’ve got you covered with our 
easiest-ever foil-packet meals for the grill. 
Simply wrap ’em up, throw ’em on the 
grill and toss away the mess!
meatball subs

1. Foil-Pack Meatball Subs

Jarred tomato sauce is a shortcut that helps get these meaty subs on the table fast. For evenly sized meatballs, divide mixture into thirds, then divide each third into 6 equal balls – this will ensure they cook through at the same time.

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Lobster Tail

2. Lobster Tail Foil Packs with Lemon Chive Butter

These individual meal-in-one packets are great for camping, weekends at the cottage or entertaining on the patio.

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asian wings

3. Foil-Pack Grilled Asian Chicken Wings

Hoisin sauce delivers a sweet, salty and spicy punch to these sticky chicken wings. If you don’t have it on hand, it’s worth adding to your collection – the Asian sauce is a versatile glaze for grilled chicken, pork or steak, or mix it with water and arrowroot and use it as a stir-fry sauce.

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cherry crumble

4. Grilled Dark Cherry Crumble

It really doesn’t get any easier than this foil-packet cherry crumble! For the fastest prep, opt for frozen cherries, which are already pitted, and thaw them overnight in the fridge. Be sure to drain any cherry juices after thawing to keep your crumble from becoming soggy. We love the tangy taste of Greek yogurt, but if you prefer a sweeter topping, try vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt.

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asian noodles

5. Ginger Shiitake Noodle Foil Packs with Eggs

These single-serve packets make an ideal lunch or light dinner. To avoid getting any shells in the noodles, crack the eggs, one at a time, into a small bowl and pour into the wells. The eggs will continue to cook after you’ve removed them from the grill, so you'll want to take them off while they’re still just a touch underdone.

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orange mango

6. Orange & Mango Chicken Foil Packs

Consider this saucy dish your no-sweat summer stir-fry alternative; it’s got all of the sweet-and-sour flavors but doesn’t require you to stand over a hot stove to prepare.

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