Healthy Recipes

Below are links to some of my favorite healthy recipes I’ve found and loved over the years. I’m always updating the list, so check back frequently for more healthy recipes to keep you #fitandfabulous!

The BEST Banana Oat Blender Pancakes

My husband and I love these banana oat pancakes! We’re all out here trying to be healthy BUT… when you take the pancake mix out of pancakes, the results can get a bit questionable. But these are delicious and guilt-free!


Chewy Granola Bars

Most store bought granola bars are full of fat and added sugar. Here’s a yummy recipe I use to make my own:


Zucchini Bread

Zucchini Bread – A healthier (and tasty!) version Eating healthy doesn’t mean sacrificing taste or your sweet treats. This healthier zucchini bread recipe will satisfy your cravings without sacrificing your goals!Nutrition per serving: 120 calories, 4g protein, 15g carbs, 6g fat


Greek Turkey Meatloaf

Nutrition per serving: 284 calories, 35g protein, 7g carbs, 13g fat 1 pound lean ground turkey2 cups chopped spinach1/2 cup Italian bread crumbs1/2 cup fat-free feta cheese1 large egg1 tbsp tomato pastesalt, pepper, onion powder & garlic powder to taste Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Mix ingredients in a bowl. Place in a roaster or baking dish and shape into a loaf. Bake uncovered for 30 minutes.


Peanutty Peanut Butter Squares

The picture doesn’t do these yummy treats justice! They’re chewy and delicious! I tried these Peanut Butter Squares one day when I craving something gooey and chocolatey. These hit a home run!  Even my husband liked them.  I added dark chocolate chips because I LOVE pb and chocolate together.  I took the leftovers to work the next day and my coworkers gave them a big thumbs up! 


Protein Apple Walnut Pancakes

I’ve tried many protein pancake recipes and they all taste like cardboard except this one!  This is one of my staples.  Add my egg muffins or turkey bacon for a quick healthy breakfast you’ll actually enjoy eating!

Garlic Roasted Brussels Sprouts

I LOVE garlic!  I didn’t know how much flavor and kick it adds to foods until I started experimenting with it in my recipes.  The key is to use fresh garlic cloves, not the minced kind in the jar.  Fresh garlic is inexpensive and has many health benefits. Here’s a recipe I found to kick up your roasted brussels sprouts a notch.  Enjoy!

Chicken & Black Bean Burrito Bowl

Make your own Mexican-inspired chicken burrito bowl with cilantro-lime rice and all the trimmings. This recipe uses black beans, but you can substitute pinto beans if you prefer. With fresh salsa, a squeeze of lime, and creamy Greek yogurt on top of crisp romaine lettuce, no other dressing is needed.

Honey Mustard Salad Dressing

This DIY honey mustard salad dressing is yummy and has less fat than store-bought brands. Best of all, since it’s homemade, you can adjust it to your tastes.

Easy to Make Egg Muffins

You can substitute any vegetables you like in this recipe.  Generally, whatever you like in an omelette works well.  I use a combination of whole eggs and egg whites to reduce fat and cholesterol. I make these at night or on the weekend and just pop them in the microwave to eat in the car on the way to work.  Enjoy!

Easy Chicken Fajitas

I’m always looking for ways to add variety to my meals.  I made these Easy Chicken Fajitas from the Body Beast meal plan.  Very flavorful!  I bake chicken on the weekends to eat throughout the week. Pre-prepared chicken is perfect for mixing in salads or cutting into strips for fajitas and wraps.  These fajitas were super easy to make, healthy and yummy.  

Beast Turkey Chili

I’m trying all of the recipes in the Body Beast meal plan. Today I made Beast Turkey Chili. Very easy to make with basic ingredients you can find at the grocery store. And it’s really good! I give this one a THUMBS UP!

Egg White Breakfast Burrito

This burrito is loaded with egg whites, red onion, and bell peppers for a delicious, high-protein breakfast.


Chocolate Strawberries n Cream Smoothie

I eat smoothies for a quick breakfast before work or anytime I’m hungry and want a quick, healthy meal. Adding oatmeal provides healthy, whole grains to keep you satiated longer.


Peanut Butter Power Shake

This “power” shake helped me lose 37 pounds, develop lean muscle, and has helped me maintain my weight loss.  I use it as a quick meal replacement when I don’t feel like cooking. Be sure to eat every 3 hours to keep your metabolism burning all day.  I typically drink this shake after my morning workout.  It keeps me full until my mid-morning snack.

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