When it comes to groceries, many companies market their meals and snacks as healthy, but in reality they contain heavily processed ingredients. They don’t just have high amounts of white sugar and trans fats, but also cancer-causing preservatives and other additives. Eating a clean diet means eliminating as many of these free radicals as possible. These 20 indulgent clean recipes contain only ingredients you know and love.
We put together a mix of savory and sweet recipes we know you will enjoy! They are free of refined sugars, trans fats, and heavily processed oils. Instead, our recipes contain fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean protein, and heart-healthy fats.
Check out these 20 clean recipes that your entire family will love!
We love sharing recipes that are both tasty and nutritious. These zucchini fritters are perfectly spiced, with a great crunch, and wholesome vitamin-filled ingredients.
These bite-sized savory treats are low-carb and high-protein. We take nutritious baby bella mushrooms and stuff them with an egg mixture that includes fresh herbs and chopped radishes. They’re a great vegetarian appetizer to serve at your next party.
If you’ve never had Greek rice, this recipe will change your life. This recipe flavors the Greek rice with onions, lemon juice, herbs, and vegetable broth. The rice also features a mix of colorful carrots and zucchini. Everything is stuffed inside low-calorie bell peppers. This is a tasty dinner packed with both nutrients and flavors.
Add protein to your diet with these ridiculously tasty chicken skewers. Each skewer has an impressive 26 grams of lean protein, with only 4 grams of fat and 6 grams of carbs. And when it comes to flavor, the taste is unbeatable! The marinade is a blend of soy sauce, lime juice, ginger, pepper, and a small amount of clean coconut sugar. Then, simply grill until golden brown and enjoy!
All the pleasure of pizza with none of the guilt! This cauliflower crust is low in carbs and calories. The crust has a traditional Italian flavor featuring garlic, oregano, basil, onion, paprika, and best of all shredded mozzarella cheese. For toppings, we suggest mushrooms, red onions, and died green peppers, but you can customize this recipe to build your dream guilt-free pizza.
Spaghetti squash is higher in nutrients and lower in calories than traditional pasta. This light and healthy dinner calls for sugar-free marinara sauce, heart healthy olive oil, fresh parmesan cheese, and deliciously tender spaghetti squash.