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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Sheet Pan Salmon With Eggplant and Tomatoes

Slowly cooking the salmon and vegetables ensures the fish stays tender and moist and the tomatoes get blistered and juicy, with concentrated flavors. Plus, at this temp the oven won’t heat up your whole house. We used mild harissa here, but spicy would work too.

Summer Squash Frittata

This heavy-on-the-veggies frittata packs more than a full serving of produce into each slice. Salty Parm, fragrant thyme, and sweet onions add complexity and depth. Serve it with toast, potatoes, or a salad—at any time of day.

Grilled Sweet Pepper Tartines

Whether you make your own sourdough or buy an artisan one, good-quality bread is key here. A crusty loaf will hold up better on the grill for a crispy, crunchy, and tangy bite. And with antioxidant vitamins like C (more than an orange!) and A, the peppers give you an immune boost, too.

Seared Grouper and Skillet Succotash

There are tons of variations on succotash—a dish with Native American roots—but this skillet version explodes with summery flavor. Tomatoes, lemon juice, and basil add freshness, while the combo of lima beans and corn brings plenty of fiber.

Grilled Cajun Salmon With Scallion-Cilantro Sauce

Don’t be nervous about grilling fish—salmon steaks hold up well, and the method lends a smoky flavor that’s amplified by a Cajun spice blend. Also grill scallions for a savory sauce, and some potatoes for a side: Thread the spuds onto skewers to make them easy to manage on the grill!

Salmon Tacos With Avocado Sauce

In this twist on fish tacos, which are often fried, seasoned salmon gets a char under the broiler. Pineapple gets broiled, too, for a juicy and sweet topping. We’ve lightened up the avocado crema, swapping in Greek yogurt for sour cream, which boosts the protein but cuts the fat.

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Slow-Roasted Salmon, Tomatoes, and Olives With Couscous

Roasting tomatoes, olives, capers, and salmon together at a low heat keeps the fish evenly cooked and infuses the dish with Mediterranean flavors. (It also makes this dinner mostly hands-off!) And, your body can absorb the antioxidants from cooked tomatoes more easily than from raw ones.

Poached Salmon, Strawberry, and Watercress Salad

Bright and peppery watercress, sweet strawberries, and mildly licorice-flavored fennel come together to create a light salad that’s high in collagen-stimulating, immune-boosting, and free-radical-fighting vitamin C. The salmon on top is poached, a cooking method that makes it tender and moist.

Zucchini Pancakes With Poached Eggs

Za’atar—a Middle Eastern spice blend made from dried herbs like oregano and thyme, sesame seeds, sumac, and more—elevates these pancakes with a bright, floral, herby flavor that contrasts the rich egg yolks. The blend brings body benefits, too: Its components are full of antioxidants.