Many of us grew up with tasty dishes full of flavor and made with love. The problem is that our parents and grandparents didn’t know then what we understand now about nutrition and food ingredients. Recipes often dripped in butter, fat, and sugar. Others were loaded with refined grains, stripped of fiber and other nutrients.
But that doesn’t mean you need to swear off those foods forever. These comfort food recipes will nourish your soul—and they’ll nourish your body too. We’ve incorporated clean eating ingredients that haven’t been heavily processed. So, they retain their nutrients, including fiber and lean protein, which support weight loss. So let’s get cooking!
A happy belly is a belly warmed by a bowlful of chili. This homemade recipe is low in carbs, high in protein, and full of flavor.
Don’t miss a single Sunday dinner flavor with this dish, which is made with low-fat milk and Greek yogurt.
Nothing says comfort food breakfast like warm, chocolatey pancakes. Our version is guilt-free and packed with lean muscle-nourishing protein.
Satisfy those sandwich cravings with this hearty recipe, which incorporates lean sirloin steak, mushrooms, and bell peppers.
You won’t feel a shred of guilt sinking your fork into comfort food recipes, like this one, which is so easy to prep in the crockpot.