12 Amazing Ways to Stuff Your Favorite Foods

Stuff your favorite foods in a healthy way!

Clean eating is all about using whole ingredients to make healthy, nutrient-rich meals. Healthy eating doesn’t have to be boring, though! We’ve gathered 12 of our favorite foods and stuffed them to make them even more delicious. Have fun putting these easy stuffed foods together. Our list of 12 Amazing Ways to Stuff Your Favorite Foods will give you healthy, fun, and tasty dishes.

1. Greek Rice Stuffed Peppers
Whole grain brown rice, carrots, and zucchinis stuffed into juicy peppers – yum! There’s plenty of fiber and protein to go around with this recipe.

2. Twice-Baked Veggie Stuffed Potatoes
Veggies and cheese in a baked potato? Sign me up. So much texture and flavor in this recipe, and only 200 calories per serving.

3. Mediterranean Stuffed Chicken Breast
This easy-prep chicken dish is chock full of nutritious ingredients like olives and sun-dried tomatoes.

4. Stuffed Mushrooms
Stuffed mushrooms have a hearty, meaty taste. They’re also low-cal and packed with nutrients. Yum!

5. Grilled Shrimp Salad in an Avocado Shell
Juicy shrimp and creamy avocado make a great pair. Plenty of protein, vitamins, and antioxidants in this dish!

Slow Cooker Dinner Recipes

6. Slow Cooker Mozzarella Stuffed Meatballs
100% lean ground turkey and creamy cheese in meatballs? Yes, please.

7. 3-Cheese Stuffed Shells with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce
Here’s a great pasta dish you can enjoy guilt-free.

8. Stuffed Dates with Goat Cheese
Dates are naturally sweet. Goat cheese adds a creamy taste for a healthy stuffed dessert!

9. Stuffed Patty Pan Squash
26 grams of protein and less than 300 calories. Talk about some nutritious stuffed squash!

10. Paleo Sea-Salted Nutella Stuffed Cookies
Stuffed cookies are a yummy dessert. This decadent recipe uses all-clean ingredients.

11. Pizza Zucchini Boats
We love pizza. We love zucchini. Let’s put them together in this healthy, nutritious recipe.

12. Paleo Stuffed Eggplant
Ground beef in eggplant tastes great and provides wonderful amounts of healthy nutrients.

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Kara M

Kara is a scientific journalist and a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is passionate about conveying the truth in scientific phenomena and subsequently improving health and public awareness. Kara has a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in music. She also has research experience in microbiology, specifically work on the infectious agent Staphylococcus aureus.

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