We've all been there: we arrive in from school, college or work – we're absolutely exhausted, fed-up and oh-so tempted to order food from the chipper or Chinese.
The only issue: take-aways are hardly good for your health, waistline OR your pocket.
But there ARE amazingly simple and delicious recipes that take just ten minutes (or less!) to prepare.
We've kept these six meal ideas veggie – but you can easily add in the likes of pre-cooked sliced chicken if you feel you'd rather a meat-hit too.
1) Breakfast taco
Lightly oil a pan and then stick it over a medium-high heat.
Scramble three egg whites, a small handful of spinach leaves, and a tablespoon of drained and rinsed black beans (from a can is fine). Season with salt and pepper.
When the mixture has set, remove from the heat.
Wrap it all up in a whole-wheat tortilla and top with some salsa.
2) Cold pizza
Great for hitting the spot when you've a craving. Toast two bits of thickly-sliced whole-grain bread and brush with a garlic clove.
Top with two tablespoons of ricotta or torn mozzarella, a large basil leaf, tomato slices, a drizzle of olive oil, and salt and pepper.
Pop under the grill for five minutes – then eat.
3) Mediterranean pita
Split open a whole-wheat pita and spread one side with hummus.
Grill a red pepper (sliced) and then add to the pita. Also throw in a sprinkling of crumbled feta, some black olives, and five slices cucumber.
Top with mixed salad; then it's ready!
4) White bean sandwich
Mash around a quarter can of rinsed and drained white beans with some olive oil and a pinch of salt and pepper.
Toast two bits of thickly-sliced whole-grain bread and then spread with the bean mixture.
Top with slices of red onion, cucumber, and avocado.
5) Loaded Sweet Potato
Prick one small-to-medium sweet potato with a fork around five times.
Microwave on a piece of kitchen paper or a microwave-safe plate for five minutes.
Split open lengthwise and top with a couple of spoonfuls of Greek yogurt, a drizzle of honey, and two tablespoons of drained and rinsed black beans.
Top with a pinch of paprika.