Recipes

Healthy eating doesn’t have to be boring. Bring a little flavor into your weekly meal plan with these healthy recipes that are as tasty as they are nutritious. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.

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Grapefruit-Shrimp Ceviche

Low-cal, protein-packed, and full of vitamins and minerals like selenium (crucial for immunity) and B12 (for energy), shrimp are nutritional superstars. For this ceviche, they get marinated in a sweet-tart-spicy mixture; the acid in the grapefruit juice “cooks” them as they soak up the robust flavor.

Muhammara

Roasted red peppers give this Middle Eastern dip a smoky flavor and gorgeous orange-red hue, while walnuts bring protein, fiber, and plant-based omega-3 fatty acids. Pomegranate molasses adds antioxidants and a delicious depth of flavor. Look for it in the international foods aisle at a supermarket or in a Middle Eastern market, or order online at amazon.com.

Citrus-Sage Kombucha Sangria

Bubbly and bright, this white-wine sangria gets its unique flavor from kombucha, a fizzy fermented tea that adds antioxidants and polyphenols along with probiotics. Pretty slices of winter citrus and fresh sage bring the tangy, earthy notes.

Smoky Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce

Food on a stick is just more fun—especially when it comes with a peanuty, lime-spiked sauce. (And smoked paprika makes these step off from the usual satay.) Chicken thighs won’t dry out the way breasts can and have much more flavor.

Warm Citrus-Marinated Olives

Olives are the perfect party snack; not only are they high in polyphenols and vitamin E, but they’re also packed with satisfying healthy fats that keep hunger at bay. This fancy-feeling app couldn’t be easier to prep, and the heavenly citrus-herb scent is well worth the minimal effort.

Pomegranate Spritz

Pomegranate juice is brimming with antioxidant polyphenols, linked to benefits ranging from better memory to improved workout recovery. It also adds a delicious sweet-tart flavor and a beautifully festive red color to your cocktails.

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Roasted Truffle-Parmesan Edamame

A snack that’s full of protein and fiber as well as vitamins and minerals like folate, vitamin K, and magnesium. A drizzle of truffle oil and some grated Parm brings a powerful umami punch.

Wild Rice Dressing

Wild rice (it’s actually a seed!) has a deeper flavor—as well as more protein, fiber, and antioxidants—than traditional rice. With grassy, smoky notes, it plays well with fall flavors like the dried cherries (full of potassium and beta-carotene) and pecans.

Carrot, Parsnip & Caramelized Onion Galette

A savory galette works as a side dish but could also be an impressive main option for vegetarians at the table. Mixing whole-wheat pastry flour into the dough gives this stunner a bit more heft, a satisfying texture, and extra fiber, too. And parsnips are a nutritional secret weapon, filled with folate, vitamin C, and vitamin K.