trail mix
I try to stay away from premade packaged trail mixes because they are often loaded with added sugar, salt, and sometimes even artificial colors and flavors. However, I am always making my own clean nut mix for an easy grab-and-go snack! Mix your favorite raw nuts and seeds with a few dried berries and throw them in a small Ziploc bag. This is a great energy-boosting snack when you need that extra push come 2 p.m.! Just be mindful of the portion size. Although nuts and seeds are super nutritious, they have a high calorie content, so it’s easy to overdo it. Fill each baggie with a handful of the nut mix, store them in the fridge (yes the fridge!) to keep them fresh, and stick to only one baggie per day.This recipe is provided by Jennifer Leah Gottlieb.
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Clean Eating Mexican Zpaghetti
Recipe Courtesy of Foster Farms Turkey and The Gracious PantryThis recipe is super simple, and takes almost no time to make. The fresh crunch of the zucchini noodles matches nicely with the mild heat of the salsa, and the addition of ground turkey makes this a complete meal. 
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Vanilla Extract
Make your baked goods even tastier by using your own vanilla extract in every recipe.This recipe is courtesy of The Kitchn.
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No one knows Nutella like the Italians, which is why this panino recipe perfectly harmonizes the the national ingredient into a favorite staple. 
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Don't let the sweet, buttery taste of Amy's Healthy Baking Clean Peach Crumble fool you. The fresh peaches and whole grains are layered to form a healthy and clean peach crumble. 
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Lasagna can sometimes be too heavy with an overload of meat and cheese and can keep us feeling full. With this recipe, you can continue to enjoy your lasagna during the holidays, but with a healthy balance between vegetables and meat used in your fillings.
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Sparkling Mistletoe
This drink is sure to put you in a holiday mood with its red and green color scheme. Who knows; you may just be inspired to plant a holiday kiss on the person closest to you. We’re sure the strawberry notes are sure to please even the biggest Scrooge.
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froyo
In recent years, frozen yogurt has become all the rage, mainly because it is marketed as a healthier version of ice cream. It does seem too good to be true that this delicious “low-fat” frozen treat swirled into your cup in unlimited amounts is actually healthy. Well, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is! Sorry to break it to you, but “low-fat” does not mean low-calorie. Most froyo is packed with sugar, calories, and all kinds of chemicals to boot. To top it off (no pun intended), you get to choose from a vast array of highly caloric toppings that double or even triple the sugar content in your oversized paper cup. Bottom line: If you are trying to lose weight, stay away from the froyo joints and make this clean version at home.This recipe is provided by Jennifer Leah Gottlieb.
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buffalo chicken dip
This lightened up Buffalo Chicken Dip is packed with veggies and loaded with flavor. It is the perfect cleaned up version of your favorite hearty appetizer, that can also be devoured as a main dish, too!Serve this dip with carrots, celery stalks, veggies of choice, and crackers.Recipe courtesy of Lexi's Clean Kitchen, click here to purchase her cookbook, Lexi's Clean Kitchen: 150 Delicious Paleo-Friendly Recipes to Nourish Your Life.
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Salt Crusted Beets
These salt crusted beets are the perfect addition to all your salads this season.  
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This refreshing beertail is perfect to enjoy on Labor Day.This recipe is courtesy of whatchamakinnow.blogspot.com.
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zucchini walnut brownies
These microwavable zucchini- and walnut-based brownies take out a lot of unnecessary (and unhealthy) sugar. They’re simple, tasty, and perfect to split with your Valentine.This recipe is provided by Alexandra Miller, RDN, LDN, Corporate Dietitian at Medifast, Inc.
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