Who doesn’t like easy healthy recipes that take less than 30 minutes to prepare? After all, your world has evolved into a busy place, and you’re a part of its hustle, on constant go-go-go. Making dinner? You’ve no time for that! Week nights are for Pilates, PTA meetings and VPN-ing back to work. You prefer simple healthy dinner recipes that require little time and effort–and 30 minutes or less sounds like a sweet deal. Quick dinners, however, don’t always
1. Apple Slices with All-Natural Cheddar 2. Nonfat Greek Yogurt with Organic Granola and Fruits 3. Mango and Strawberry Bowl 4. Fruits, Veggies and Protein Platter with Blueberries, Cucumber and All Natural Turkey 5. Whole Wheat Toast with All Natural Peanut Butter and Honey 6. Figs, Goat Cheese and Prosciutto in Balsamic Vinegar Drizzle Find recipe here. 7. Apple Slices and Grapes 8. Triple Berry Smoothie with Blueberry, Raspberry and Strawberry 9. Dried Turkish Apricots and Blue Cheese 10. LaraBar
Monday Breakfast Whole Wheat Toast with Organic Cream Cheese and Real Fruits The Clean Eating Diet isn’t about starvation but about consuming healthy, efficient and non-processed foods that can aid in weight loss. The important factor of the Clean Eating Diet–and in my (humble) opinion any diet–is about becoming healthy. And what a healthy way to start your 7 Day Clean Eating Meal Plan with this high-energy breakfast of whole wheat toast topped with organic cream cheese and fruits.
Need a clean eating dessert for the holidays? I recommend today’s Stacked Chocolate Soufflé. Luscious, cholocate-y and rich, this flour-less treat practically melts in your mouth. Stacked by a raspberry-packed cream filling, it’s a crowd-pleaser perfect for dinner parties. A clean eating diet shouldn’t be depriving. And it shouldn’t be a diet for weight loss but a lifestyle change incorporating daily healthy eating and exercising. Whatever your fitness goals are, a clean eating diet takes time to work, and should certainly include indulgent desserts. So, yes, you should absolutely enjoy today’s scrumptious Soufflé.
In my opinion, lunch meals should always come as easy healthy recipes. What do you think? Though it’s the middle of the holidays, I still advocate a clean eating diet. I feel that clean eating should be a lifestyle change–and a constant work-in-process. That’s why I keep posting clean eating recipes, even right before Christmas. I understand that the holidays are especially hard to continue a clean eating diet. It’s easy to get derailed right now, but don’t get discouraged. Keep checking back for
Welcome back to Clean Eating Recipes Blog! Thank you so much for stopping by–especially during this time of the year! I understand you’re busy with parties, shopping and celebrating, and am grateful for your time. Speaking of holiday parties… I like throwing at least one get-together with friends and family. It’s nothing extravagant; just a small gathering with few loved ones and lots of food. The dishes are simple and healthy; and the guests are tightly-knit and down-to-earth. Since starting clean eating, I’ve accumulated
What is a good healthy breakfast? I may be wrong, but in my opinion, it needs to contain protein, complex carbs and heart-healthy fats. Also, it has to taste good, and is easy to make. No one has time in the mornings. Oh, if I can request one more attribute for a good healthy breakfast, it should also be grab-and-go. There are many healthy breakfast foods in clean eating. Oatmeal, fruits, yogurt…choices are endless. My favorites, though, are eggs and avocado. With 7
One of the best Thanksgiving side dishes I’ve had was mashed pumpkin. In my opinion, it tastes better than mashed potato and sweeter than pumpkin pie. It’s also healthier than the two mentioned dishes–and certainly one of the best easy holiday recipes to make. If you’re looking for a quick and delicious Thanksgiving Side Dish that fits in the Clean Eating Diet Plan, this mashed potato recipe is a great idea. Thanksgiving Side Dish for Clean Eating: Mashed Pumpkin Ingredients:
Today’s clean eating recipe was simple and delicious. Though it doesn’t offer much protein; it does offer the healthy fats of avocado, as well as antioxidants and vitamins of grapefruit and apple. I recommend you eat it as an appetizer or a healthy snack idea. Besides the salad’s nutritional value, I also enjoyed its taste. The combination of sweet apple, citrus-y grapefruit and sour balsamic vinaigrette was delicious. Plus, who can resist avocado? I hope you enjoy this easy