Today’s Clean Eating Recipe was a re-creation from one of the recipes by Clean Eating Mag. I altered the ingredients a little for both the salad and the vinaigrette. In my opinion, the salad turned out just as successfully. All the flavors–sweet beet, tangy balsamic, crunchy walnuts and creamy goat cheese–blended together marvelously. My family enjoyed it, and so did I. This was one of my favorite clean eating salads. Also, this was an easy recipe to make. It’s certainly one
Today’s Clean Eating Dinner Recipe was amazing! I love shrimp, and especially jumbo shrimp. They’re supple, tender and a great source of protein and vitamins. Plus, they are easy to make, and can soak up just about any flavor. Snow peas are also amazing. They are crunchy and sweet, and a fantastic vegetable to add to stir fry. Because snow peas already offer subtle sweetness, I didn’t need much sauce. Adding a little garlic and salt created a wonderful, fragrant
Grapes and blueberries are my favorites in clean eating! They’re sweet, full of antioxidants, and fun to snack on. Hence, I’m using them for today’s clean eating dessert and smoothie. I also added banana and peanut butter for extra nutrients. Now, not only is the smoothie delicious and refreshing; it’s also packed with protein. I hope you enjoy today’s clean eating recipe as much as I did. A fruity smoothie is always welcoming on a hot summer day. Grape
Tonight’s Clean Eating Dinner was a fantastic combination of meat and vegetable. Plus, there was a fierce flavor of garlic. It was tasty and hearty. I gobbled this down in no time, and didn’t leave any for leftover. Yes, it was that good! I loved this clean eating recipe, and hope you do too. Clean Eating Dinner Recipe – Garlic Spinach Chicken Stir Fry (makes 1) Ingredients: – 1 table spoon of minced garlic – 5-6 cups of organic spinach leaves
Welcome back to Clean Eating Recipes Blog! I’m on a goat cheese kick. No, actually, I’m addicted. And why not? Goat cheese is light, scrumptious and low in fat. It’s a healthier alternative to heavier cheeses like cream cheese. I use it in a lot of clean eating recipes, because it adds volume, but doesn’t take away taste. Today’s clean eating recipe was created on a whim, but still turned out great. I liked the fusion of sweet dates and creamy goat cheese.
Welcome back to Clean Eating Recipes! Today’s clean eating recipe can be enjoyed as breakfast, lunch, snack or dessert. It’s versatile–and of course delicious. Most of all, though, it’s clean. Sensitive to cheese? You’re not the only one. My stomach bounds up after consuming heavy cheeses all the time. Luckily, I’ve found a great alternative–and that is goat cheese. Made with goat milk, which contains smaller fat globules, goat cheese is easy to digest and has less fat. However, it tastes just as
Need an easy and healthy clean eating dinner idea? Who doesn’t! A few nights ago, I was browsing Pinterest, and saw quite a few honey mustard chicken recipe. They were mouthwatering! First of all, I’m a huge HUGE fan of honey mustard. Its tangy, sweet flavor goes with just about anything–especially chicken. Also, I love chicken, because it’s clean, delicious and full of protein. So, Honey Mustard Baked Chicken for clean eating dinner it is! I chose baking because it’s much healthier. The
I’ve made a similar clean eating dinner before. In clean eating recipes, I use a lot of eggs, vegetables and tomatoes. And being Chinese, I can’t stay away from stir fry. However, tonight’s clean eating recipe is a bit different with added wholesomeness of chopped shrimp. Love shrimp! They are supple, protein-rich and can absorb any flavor. I especially like adding tomato-tasting flavors to shrimp, like today’s use of organic ketch up. I feel that it really brings out shrimp’s natural flavor. Plus,