Healthier recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and desserts, for every occasion. Delicious, nutritious, and kitchen-tested by our Healthstyles Coaches.
It is easier than ever to make healthy choices using your favorite tracking method: nutrition labels, hand size portions, and a MyFitnessPal barcode
A delicious take on a healthier egg salad with crunchy vegetables that will make your tastebuds say WOW!
Balsamic Shredded Beef in Slow Cooker – Simple and delicious, you’ll be able to use the left overs for many healthy meals during the week!
Looking for the perfect method to make easy to peel hard boiled eggs in under 15 minutes? Then this recipe is for you. These eggs come out perfect every time!
Why do I like protein crepes? My breakfast priorities are twofold: delicious and a decent amount of protein. Delicious because I like good food. Making sure my first meal is protein-rich starts my day ahead of the game
This healthy green smoothie tastes like a refreshing, clean jar full of sunshine. It’s a celebration of a good mood and energy, one sip at a time.
Fun and healthy St. Patrick’s Day breakfast – Coach tested, Kid approved!
These peanut butter chocolate chip cookies are completely grain and egg-free. To make them dairy-free all you have to do is use dairy-free chocolate chips.
Avocado toast is pretty yummy, so give it a healthy upgrade with egg and microgreens!
The sweet and savory marinade makes this Grilled Salmon a crowd pleaser.
Chocolate pot de crème was one of my favorite desserts to order at restaurants before I went dairy free.
It had never occurred to me that I could make this dessert at home with the ingredients of my choice until a few months ago when a friend mentioned how easy it is to make.
Spicy, smoky, & tangy, harissa sauce pairs well with the slightly sweet flavor of butternut squash and tender swiss chard.
The comfort of a warm bowl of oatmeal, it’s like a cozy blanket or a bear hug. The fact that it is healthy and satisfying are pretty darn good reasons to serve it often.
Lemon tahini garlic dressing is perfect for green salads, whole-grain salads, or over roasted vegetables
When thinking of what to eat for breakfast that is healthy, eggs potatoes for breakfast probably spring to mind. The ingredients for this recipe are mostly staples you will have on hand, and all fall under the “EAT MORE” frequently category. That’s setting the tone for a great start to your day.
I wondered if I could make roasted brussels sprouts and cranberries on the same sheet pan, and… it totally worked!
Long story short, roasting cranberries is just as transformational as it is for the brussels sprouts.
The Mockscow Mule may be the easiest mocktail ever. Ginger beer, lime juice, and a sprig of mint… and don’t forget the copper mug to keep it ice cold!
It is so simple to make and a true fail-proof dessert. Or is it for breakfast? You decide!
This chocolate drop cookie comes with a surprise hint of heat and a spicy twist of cinnamon.
Made with silken tofu, this vegan Chocolate Raspberry Mousse lets you enjoy a guilt-free indulgence without compromising on flavor.
A simple easy recipe that I enjoy all year long, especially the spoonfuls of fluffy mousse that this recipe produces.
Turkey Sweet Potato Chili is perfect for those who are looking for a quick meal that will taste delicious without too much work. The best part about this dish is that the prep time is minimal, yet the flavor is anything but.
This version of fresh cranberry apple relish, using raw ingredients and no added sugar, is a whole food sensation!
You may be aware of the limiting size of taco shells and tortilla wraps. Well, what would you say to UNLIMITED FILLING!
I’m convinced that a lot of people’s bad experiences with kale start with poor prep. When all of your bite-sized pieces are in the mixing bowl, you’re going to start with oil, salt, and a massage! For the kale, not you. Sorry. But hey, book yourself a massage for later too. You deserve it!
Attention chocolate lovers! Indulge with a healthier homemade option. The idea behind a sweet treat is the word treat, meaning something special you look forward to, something that does not happen every day.
For a quick breakfast or snack that you can whip up and have on the table in under 10 minutes, pumpkin spice microwave muffins in a mug are just the ticket.
When I try different recipes, I always try and see how I can make the recipe a little bit healthier. In general, muffins seem like a healthy choice. However, many muffins are loaded with sugar and unhealthy fats with no added benefits. Hence why I made a mini muffin recipe that is a healthy and tasty little snack full of powerful benefits.
A balance of taste and health. An oatmeal blueberry muffin is great for breakfast or a snack. Made with oatmeal and cinnamon. Moist and sweet enough everyone will enjoy them!
Stuffed peppers, meet chicken lasagna. Because life is short and lasagna is magical.
And stuffed peppers chicken lasagna is even magical-er.
These are serious muffins! They’re the sort of muffins other muffins aspire to be. Moist, hearty, and delicious.
On its own quinoa has a mild nutty flavor, yet can be a bit bland. My favorite way to add flavor when cooking quinoa is to replace the water with broth. It makes quinoa go from ok in flavor to very, very tasty.
A lot of my recipes are born of “Holy guacamole I have a lot of [random ingredient]! What am I gonna do with it?” In this case, the ingredient was spinach.
Fruit salad with a twist! Watermelon with zesty radish sprouts and savory cotija cheese round out this unique summer salad
This drink complements any party event, giving you that kick of spice you need from a favorite cocktail, and the muddled strawberries give it such a great color it will never be boring.
Sweet and tangy homemade BBQ sauce, great for use while grilling and as a condiment.
Tips & Tricks to have flavor infused into every bite, without having your burger fall apart on the grill
This recipe is great for meal prepping, sure to become an easy favorite. It is basically a chicken burrito in a bowl.
The key to a fluffy omelette is to use a whisk to beat the eggs rather than a fork, because the additional air incorporated will help your omelette come out fluffy and not tough.
This bright spring salad pops with flavor, and is slyly packed with superb nutrition. I chose to incorporate an “ancient” grain called Farro, which has a velvety texture and a satisfying chew.
I can never resist a pretty squash! And acorn are one of the cutest in my opinion because of the fluted shape. Better than that though, they have really large seeds that are very easy to scoop out, so it’s a regular at my house for getting stuffed and served in its shell.