Calling All Lazy Girls: It's Time To Share The Delicious And Easy Meals You Like To Make On The Regular

By now you've probably heard of the "girl dinner" trend that's taken over TikTok — but if you haven't, it's when women share the random things they eat for dinner to create a meal.

But there's another aspect to the girl dinner that I feel as if we're overlooking, and that's the "lazy girl dinner," aka the quick, easy, and low-effort meals we like to make when we don't feel like cooking. You know the ones.

And it's not just me who wants this! #LazyGirlDinner has over 84 million views on TikTok and counting, so I know we're ALL interested in recipes that help us lazy girls get through the week. Now, people of the BuzzFeed Community, I want to know what kind of lazy girl dinners you have in your arsenal.

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Maybe you're like me and pasta is a staple in your house, so your lazy girl go-to is pasta, pesto, cheese, and some leftover vegetables for a meal that takes approximately 12.5 minutes to make but still tastes gourmet.

Close-up of a pasta pesto dish
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Or maybe you're a huge fan of slow cooker recipes, so when you feel that you'd rather binge reality TV than cook, you throw chicken, cream cheese, herbs, and broccoli into the slow cooker, let it simmer on high for a few hours, and voilà!

Close-up of chicken dish
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Or maybe you like to keep it real simple with avocado toast and a fried egg on top: protein, healthy fats, carbs — what more do you want? Oh, and it takes less than five minutes. Lazy girl win.

Avocado toast with a fried egg on top
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Whatever your lazy girl dinner of choice, share it in the comments! Or, if you prefer, fill out this anonymous Google form instead. Be sure to explain what's in the meal, why you love making it, what makes it so delicious, how quick and easy it is to make, etc. The best responses will be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post.