8 Recipes for Clean Eating
Get lean and clean in 2015
Eating clean is the new non-diet way to be healthy. If one of your resolutions for the new year is to eat cleaner and, hopefully, become more lean in the process, then you'll doubly appreciate these clean recipes. By choosing the right foods, you can feel better and look better without counting a single calorie.
These cauliflower meatballs and zucchini noodles are the perfect replacement for carby spaghetti and meatballs. The cauliflower is blended with feta for a slightly salty, bright flavor.
This chicken pairs perfectly with gravy made with mushrooms, sautéed leeks, and fragrant herbs. Mushrooms have been shown to boost vitamin D levels and heighten immunity, making them a perfect food to enjoy during cooler weather when colds and flus become more frequent.
These low-carb egg and zucchini muffins are a delicious breakfast on the run, with a flavorful blend of scallions, carrots, red pepper and zucchini.
This no-bake pie should be on your list for a great dessert or nutritious snack. Dates provide sweetness and are full of vitamins, minerals and fiber. Cashews also contribute sweetness, along with healthy fat and protein. Enjoy this sweet treat, guilt-free.
Try this substitute for mashed potatoes and you'll never go back to the carb-laden version. These delicious mashed veggies have zero butter. There's Greek yogurt for creaminess and garlic and Parmesan cheese for flavor.
Most people think of smoothies when they think of clean eating. This version won't disappoint with its creamy blend of avocado, mango and orange juice.
Lemon provides a bright flavor to this flavorful tuna salad. Serve over a bed of spinach or argula leaves for the perfect fast lunch.
Don't let the name scare you off. This muffin recipe is the ideal way to use up the clean, fresh pulp that remains after you juice your fruits and veggies. The recipe will accommodate whatever type of leftover pulp you have on hand.