Deciding on a New Year’s resolution is easy, the hard part is following through. These cleverly clean recipes are packed with protein, fiber, and—most importantly—flavor to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle in those crucial days and weeks after the first of the year.
A healthier take on Asian takeout, substitute traditional sticky rice with cauliflower rice for a huge decrease in calories and carbs. Click here to see the recipe.
Sautéed vegetables and grilled beef medallions are topped with an easy, creamy horseradish sauce. Often made with mayonnaise and sour cream, Greek yogurt is the healthy base of this horseradish sauce. Click here to see the recipe.
Let chicken drumsticks simmer in canned tomatoes, white wine, and vegetables all day in the slow cooker so you can come home to a delicious hot meal. Click here to see the recipe.
Stuff peppers with a filling mix of vegetarian goodies like farro, chickpeas, and dried cranberries, served with an apple cider reduction sauce. Click here to see the recipe.
Healthy no-bake snack bars achieve sweetness with some honey and chocolate chips, but the almonds, peanut butter, and rolled oats will fuel you through the rest of your day. Click here to see the recipe.
Packed with protein from the pinto beans, these vegetarian sliders are perfect for Meatless Monday Night Football. Click here to see the recipe.
Sweet potato chips are a healthy snack or side dish. Toss slices of sweet potato (use a mandolin to get super thin slices) in healthy coconut oil and spices, then bake until crispy. Click here to see the recipe.
Traditional tres leches cake is packed with three milks, usually evaporated milk, condensed milk, and heavy cream. Substitute those milks with fat-free milk, fat-free sweetened condensed milk, and a just bit of heavy cream for this healthier version. Click here to see the recipe.
This quick-cooking, kid-friendly vegetarian chili requires minimal prep time and is ready to eat in just about 40 minutes. Click here to see the recipe.