Top Rated Healthy Recipes

Tropical flavors come together with eye-catching results in this bright salad. Red sea salt from Hawaii pairs perfectly with sweet-tart orange and creamy avocado, but any finishing salt will yield a fine salad.
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Huevos Rancheros
“This is a great way to start any weekend; the flavors and textures in this portion-controlled breakfast are nothing short of spectacular! This dish is something that takes a little more time than many morning meals, but it produces the ultimate breakfast, one that’s rich in nutrients, flavors, textures, and colors. Plus, it’s a meal that keeps me fueled and satisfied for hours!” — Chef Jason Roberts, author of Good Food Fast: Deliciously Healthy Gluten-Free Meals for People on the GoClick here for more of our best egg recipes.
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This recipe involves making a coconut sugar simple syrup. Coconut sugar is a natural sweetener that low on the glycemic index, and as a simple syrup, it will dissolve into your cold drinks easily.
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healthy vegetable slaw
“The ingredients required for this dish are so common that I bet you have a few in your fridge already,” says Sharon Chen. “It calls for the most basic seasonings. It’s so darn healthy. The flavor is refreshingly good. I especially love the radish sprouts at the end kicking in a little hotness and leaving a mixed aftertaste.“Whether you feel lazy or want to clear your stomach, this vegetable slaw does it for you. All you need to do is to shred the vegetables and season them. Done. We enjoyed eating it alone but you know what? I can image it to be great for sandwiches and tacos!”This recipe is provided by Sharon Chen of delishplan.com.
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Mango lends a sweet note to this colorful quinoa salad with a variety of flavors and textures. It's equally delicious served warm or chilled.
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Healthy Almond Truffles
This recipe for vegan and gluten-free Healthy Almond Truffles was created by Miryam Quinn Doblas, Registered Dietitian (RD). Although you don’t usually think of truffles as being healthy, this recipe is made only from all natural, nutrient-dense ingredients and contains no added sugars. They’re packed with health benefits from almonds, including protein, dietary fiber, heart-healthy fats, antioxidants and minerals. The gorgeous reddish color makes them a perfect treat to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but you can enjoy them anytime you have a sweet tooth. Find other delectable recipes like this one on Nuts.com’s blog.The base of the truffles is made from a mixture of blanched almond flour, almond butter and pitted dates. Almond flour is a gluten-free alternative to wheat-based flours, and it’s super handy because it serves as a one-to-one substitute for all purpose flour. It’s also low in carbohydrates, and packed with protein, fiber and healthy fats. For a double punch of almond power, the almond butter lends extra nutrition and also serves as a binder to help the truffles keep their shape. Potassium-packed pitted dates are naturally sweet so there’s no need to add extra sweeteners to the recipe.Miryam creatively made the reddish coating for these truffles out of crushed freeze-dried raspberries and shredded coconut. This mixture lends the truffles the perfect tint of color and fruity flavor. To accentuate the Valentine’s theme, you can even shape them into hearts. The truffles only take about 15 minutes to make, and you can store them in the fridge for several days. You’ll have delicious, good-for-you treats the whole week long! That is, if you can refrain from eating them all within a couple days.
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green smoothie
Don’t let the chill in the air prevent you from drinking a delicious green smoothie. Packed with super greens, this smoothie is sure to keep you healthy throughout the holidays.
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Yoga Bowl
This virtuous bowlful of veggies, pulses, spices, and herbs is a healthy dinner. Any leftovers will be perfect for lunch the next day.This recipe is courtesy of Green Kitchen Stories.
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vegan shamrock shake
Depending on the sweetener, this healthy green St. Patrick’s Day recipe has 205 calories, 21 grams of protein, 14 grams of sugar, 5 grams of fiber. For those who want to add a little extra green to their shamrock shake, add a handful of baby spinach.This recipe is provided by Sunwarrior.
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Healthy Quinoa Bowl
Sharon Chen loves quinoa, and one of her favorite ways to make it is this Healthy Quinoa Bowl recipe.“It contains a lot of vegetables, like a lot! It gives you a great amount of protein. It tastes like spring and full of flavor. It looks like a rainbow in a bowl! It’s extremely healthy and easy to make. It’s gluten-free and vegan! All in all, it’s superb,” she says.This recipe is provided by Sharon Chen of delishplan.com.
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healthy coffee creamer
Ditch the store-bought coffee creamer and make your own from scratch. Using dates and almond milk, this creamer is naturally sweetened and dairy-free.
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Healthy Shrimp Burger
Shrimp is low in fat, which makes for a healthy burger protein. When using shrimp, however, it’s important to make sure to add the right seasonings. This recipe is packed with flavorful spices like Old Bay, making this burger not only nourishing, but delicious, too.Click here to see more Healthy Summer Dinner Recipes
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