We all have the best of intentions when we make New Year’s resolutions for eating healthy on January 1. But no matter how resolute we are on our diet plan right after the holidays (and some weight gain) it gets harder to stick to those resolutions as the year progresses.
That is when it is important to have meal plans of lower calorie recipes to help us stay on track. But a recipe that is low in calories, is not the only consideration.
For me, I need the recipe to be filling and tasty. This makes me think of losing weight as a lifestyle choice, not a diet.
This group of recipes will take you through the day, from breakfast to dinner hour and also give you a couple of ideas for sweet treats that won’t break the calorie bank. The recipes are some of my most popular healthy recipes.
The recipes have been selected because they are tasty, filling and lower in calories than normal meal time options.
Healthy Recipes from Breakfast to Dinner and Dessert!
It's been a while since New Year's Day, but you can keep those resolutions going with one of these healthy recipes. They are tasty, easy and perfect for losing weight.
Is portion control your problem with losing weight? These delicious individual sized egg muffins are loaded with flavor in a compact single serving size. This idea tops my list of healthy recipes for breakfast.
If you are tired of normal breakfast foods, think outside the box. This recipe for chicken hash is a hearty way to start the day. It's loaded with nutrition and heart healthy fats. Substitute a sweet potato for Paleo.
Chicken recipes play a big part in my healthy recipes for lunch. This chicken salad is topped with heart healthy walnuts and grapefruit segments. Add a tangy garlic, vinegar and olive oil dressing for a filling and clean eating lunch.
This delicious California Cobb Salad is a wonderful blend of mixed greens, grilled and seasoned chicken breast, with bacon, eggs and vegetables. The homemade creamy Whole30 ranch dressing tops the salad off beautifully!
Enjoy delicious Thai Chicken Coconut Soup for a really well balanced combination of sweet, sour, spicy, and salty ingredients. The soup is Whole30 compliant, Paleo and Gluten Free, and it comes together in one pot to make clean up super easy later.
During the winter months, my husband and I especially like to have spicy foods for dinner recipes. The heat from the dishes warms our bodies and also our spirits. This chicken chili recipe is one of our favorite winter meals.
These individual sized little bits of heaven are easy to make, delicious to eat and a hit any time of the year. The only problem you may have is limiting yourself to just one of these yummy low calorie dessert treats.
Most of these recipes are heart healthy. All taste amazing and will help you stick to your weight loss plant.
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Hi, I’m Carol!
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