No Spoon Necessary
Once the New Year comes, New Year’s resolutions start to set in — we all want to live healthier lives. It comes easy to some more than it does to others, but that doesn’t mean that with a little discipline we can’t all lead healthy lives. One of the main myths of eating healthy is that people only eat salads, small snacks, and no dessert, which isn’t necessarily true. You can eat some of the amazing dishes that you did previously with a few minor tweaks. You can enjoy Alfredo sauce, just a lighter version. You can even have dessert — make a mug cake using almond milk, almond flour, and cocoa powder. It’s a dessert that only has 97 calories. With the right recipes, you can live a healthy lifestyle without sacrificing all the flavors you would normally enjoy.
This is a “lighter” version of fettuccine alfredo, made with light whipped cream cheese. No worries it is still very creamy, thick, and full of flavor. However, you can feel less guilty about eating a whole plate of this delicious pasta. I also recommend using olive oil instead of butter and whole wheat pasta instead of regular pasta. Those small twists will make a big difference. — Divine Cuisine
Feed Me I'm Hungry
Feed Your Soul 2
A simple, yet flavorful salmon dish spiced with the Middle Eastern spice za’atar. — Feed Your Soul 2
Germinated rice has such great flavor and chew that it barely needs anything else to make it unbelievably tasty. This recipe adds shrimp, asparagus, zucchini, and squash to make a delicious bowl of rice.
A Dash of Megnut
Full of cranberries, strawberries, beets, spinach, and more, this smoothie is good for you and tastes great, too. The beautiful color comes from the beets which make it an attractive smoothie ingredient, but did you know that beets also provide some great nutritional benefits as well? Beets are high in minerals and nutrients, help purify your blood and liver, and may have anti-cancer properties. No wonder they’re in so many smoothie recipes. — A Dash of Megnut
No Spoon Necessary
I decided to forgo the traditional Mediterranean way of serving these, and instead opted for Asian flavors. The resulting salad, sandwich, or snack, packs a lot of flavor and is seriously scrumptious. The Asian slaw that accompanies the falafels is quick, easy, light, and healthy, while still delivering satisfying, savory texture and taste. Slightly sweet from the mirin and crunchy from all the shredded vegetables, it pairs wonderfully with the ginger hummus and falafels. — No spoon Necessary
This is such a hearty recipe that you won’t even realize that it’s healthy. This dish is chock full of kale, mushrooms, and eggs.
Moore or Less Cooking
I love sweets just as much as the next person, but why should they only be a treat? With low carb, you can eat them without any guilt. — Moore or Less Cooking
Pumpkin and Peanut Butter
I sautéed some kale up and it actually went beautifully with this dish. I also added in some cooked chickpeas for protein, diced avocado as that creamy, cooling agent, and some chopped parsley on top just for a bit of freshness. It’s that perfect mix of flavors and textures, all in one beautiful protein-packed bowl. — Pumpkin and Peanut Butter
Sweet and Spicy Monkey
This is a grilled sandwich version of the traditional Greek spanakopita — it’s filled with mozzarella, blue cheese, and walnuts.
This quick weeknight meal is loaded with flavor and vegetables. Since the chicken is drowning in buffalo sauce, this salad doesn’t need a dressing; the blue cheese cuts the heat from the spice, the celery and shredded carrot give a satisfying crunch, and the quinoa makes the meal a bit heartier. — The Kiitchen
Watch Learn Eat
This rosemary lemon chicken infuses the classic combination of rosemary and garlic with tangy lemon for a delicious chicken dish. — Watch Learn Eat
An easy and healthy recipe for grilled fish tacos topped with a grilled corn slaw and creamy avocado sauce. — Vindulge
The sesame seeds add a nutty taste and a delicate crunch to this dish. Not only are sesame seeds an excellent source of copper and a very good source of manganese, but they are also a good source of calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, vitamin B1, zinc, selenium, and dietary fiber. This is a very easy recipe to prepare, and so healthy for you. — 30aeats