Happy New Year everybody! Are you all working on your New Year’s resolutions? If you’re an anything like us, you enjoy finding easy ways to improve your health. We love healthy, simple recipes so we thought we would share our 16 healthiest recipes of 2017!
This is on of our favorite quinoa recipes. It is quick to throw together, it has the comfort of cheesy Hamburger Helper, and it is loaded with healthy ingredients.
We love hummus as a quick and healthy snack at our house. What we don’t like is the price tag on store bought hummus. This recipe is super easy and delicious.
There’s something about an amazing peanut sauce, and this one hits the spot. Pair it with your favorite stir fry ingredients for an unbelievably delicious meal.
This yummy dish is so warm and comforting, perfect for a cold winter night. Best of all, you can make it in your slow cooker!
My personal favorite quinoa recipe. It reminds me of Thanksgiving stuffing but brings some healthy ingredients to the mix to make this a great comfort food to start off your new year!
The perfect vitamin C burst to help you hit your fruit quota for the day!
This is a great main dish or pairs perfectly with some grilled chicken or hummus for a flavorful and veggie-packed meal!
I pretty much can’t say no when it’s time for a nice, hot Mexican casserole. Yum, yum, yum!
I could eat these tacos every day for weeks without getting tired of them. Latin and Indian ingredients combine to make these tacos explode with flavor!
Shredded vegetables never tasted so good. With a food processor these come together in a snap. With a crispy exterior and a delicious dipping sauce, your waist and your taste buds will thank you.
Mexican seasoning plus roasting bring out amazing flavor in a vegetable that is chock full of vitamins. Don’t delay, make this for your next taco night!
With tons of veggies and quinoa you may be questioning whether this is a delicious dish. Well, I tried it out on a bunch of comfort food-loving southerners and it got rave reviews!
It’s not too late to take part in pumpkin season. These bars taste like pumpkin pie, but they are a satisfying and filling breakfast!
If you’re not a fan of cooked sprouts, this is a great way to add this superfood to your diet! Raw Brussels sprouts are very mild, and a food processor takes care of your chopping for you.
Sweet, smoky, spicy, warm, and delicious! This chili is the perfect accompaniment for a winter night by the fire.
Nothing chases the winter blues away like a nice hot soup. Ring in the new year with this beautiful bowl of goodness! You won’t regret it.