Tamari is a (potentially) gluten-free big brother to soy sauce, helping make this sauce for this chicken delicious and unforgettable. Bok choy, a member of the cabbage family, is full of nutrients, making it an important aspect of this dish.
Getting sick is no longer an excuse to compromise your clean diet. Broth full of healthy vegetables and brown rice, this recipe will have you back in your feet in no time.
Stir fry is usually packed full of vegetables, and the olive oil it’s cooked in is one of the healthiest oils in the world. This dish can be served on brown rice, quinoa, or whatever healthy grain suits your taste buds best!
Squash is a delicious and nutritious vegetable, and has the right texture to be stuffed into a quesadilla. With whole wheat tortillas, beans, and other vegetables, this is a perfect quick and light dinner.
These tiny peppers are perfectly proportioned to be as healthy and filling as possible. Wild rice and bell peppers are both fantastic health wise, and will help you to stay full and satisfied!
Crammed full of vegetables and the superbly healthy salmon, these little spring rolls are fantastic for your health and waist line. Rice paper is delicate, but serves to make this dish as light and crisp as the vegetables inside of it!
If you’re a fan of spinach artichoke dip, this dinner may just be for you. It transforms the flavors of that dip into a full meal that’s both healthy and nutritious. Light cheeses and tomatoes add some extra nutrients and flavor for a more rounded meal.
Four kinds of cheeses lend their strengths to this lasagna, though spinach is the nutritional powerhouse of this dish. Assemble in a slow cooker and come back in a few hours to a perfectly cooked lasagna!
Fish is obviously a great source of protein and omega-3 acids, while chickpeas offer more protein, nutrients, and also fiber. Add in some tomatoes and herbs for their health and flavor benefits and enjoy a quick and healthy meal.