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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Creamy-Crunchy Poke Bowls

Our twist on the classic Hawaiian snack has plenty of colorful toppings, but you can mix and match with whatever you have. The avocado is rich in monounsaturated fat, and the fish (tuna or salmon) has anti-inflammatory omega-3s; both are heart-healthy and satisfying. Since the fish isn’t cooked, buy sushi grade.

Grilled Pork and Kale Salad

This dinner is a weeknight hero: It’s quick, the whole thing cooks on the grill, and there’s barely any chopping. Grilling kale—which is packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and anticancer compounds— makes the leaves tender and deliciously smoky. Sweet cherries and tangy goat cheese balance everything out.

Lemon-Garlic Pasta With Tuna and Arugula

Pantry staples like tuna, beans, and whole-wheat linguine are full of protein, fiber, and healthy fats and make up the base of this dish. Folding in peppery arugula and topping it all off with a combination of walnuts, parsley, and lemon zest brightens everything up and adds more vitamins and minerals, too.

Summer Vegetable Curry With Crispy Tofu

Curry paste, garlic, ginger, and scallions come together to form a deeply flavorful bowl; the corn salad on top brings texture and crunch. And thanks to the tofu, brown rice, and cashews, this completely plant-based meal has 18 grams of protein and more than 20 percent of your daily iron needs.

Spiced Grilled Shrimp With Creamy Quinoa

High in protein but low in calories, shrimp is full of nutrients, such as iron, iodine, selenium, and vitamin B12. We’ve seasoned it with ras el hanout, a North African mix of spices that brings warm flavor and healthy compounds, too.

Turkey And Rice-Noodle Veggie Cups

These fresh and flavorful wraps are inspired by larb, the signature dish of Laos that is also popular in Northeastern Thailand. Using cabbage for the cups and chopping up and adding more to the filling gives these extra fiber as well as vitamins C and K.

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Grilled Radicchio Salad

This gorgeous purple veggie is high in vitamin K, which is crucial for bone health. Its bitter taste gets mellowed out after just a few minutes on the grill. For easy flipping, keep the core in the radicchio slices while cooking.

Lemon-Herb Chicken Skewers and Green Beans

Herbs, garlic, and lemon are a classic trio that flavors chicken on the grill. All three pack an antioxidant punch. Quinoa and green beans make it a complete meal, providing ample fiber and even more protein to fuel active summer days.

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!