Slim down with these August recipes.
As summer winds down, it’s the perfect time to take advantage of summer flavors. Watermelon, citrus fruits, avocados, and berries are at their best during hot summer months. Enjoy these healthy, satisfying recipes and savor the last of this year’s backyard barbecues, picnics, and poolside eats.
This bright summer salad offers a fresh bite of sweet and mild flavors.
This delicious seared salmon is a great recipe for beginners.
Made with low-fat cheese and whole wheat tortillas, these mushroom and cheese quesadillas are nutritionally well-rounded.
Citrus flavors give these baked potatoes a fresh, summery twist.
Lemon, blueberry and lavender infuse these muffins with a complex and delicious flavor.
Looking for an easy weeknight recipe? This grilled chicken will do the trick.
Coconut aminos and lime juice lend a bright flavor to this marinated grilled steak.
Mix up your boring salad routine with this unusual yet delectable flavor combination.
This Clean Eating Mango Orange Smoothie packs a punch with loads of vitamin C and filling, nutritious mango.
Enjoy a classic Southern favorite without falling off the Paleo bandwagon.
While it may not be as popular as pizza or pasta, this risotto exemplifies the best of Italian cooking.
Instead of using iceberg lettuce in your next salad recipe, try this kale salad with raspberry vinaigrette. You won’t be disappointed.
This delightful summer treat is good for the body and the taste buds.
Chicken fajitas are even healthier when the tortillas are replaced by fresh lettuce leaves.
You won’t believe your luck when you get to indulge in this piece of French toast heaven first thing in the morning.
The creamy avocado topping balances the spice of the chiles in these out-of-this world burgers.
Looking for a new couscous recipe to accompany your salmon or roasted chicken? This whole wheat couscous with arugula and pistachios is sure to be a hit.
This healthy guacamole recipe is made with 100% clean eating ingredients, offers up just the right amount of tangy spice, and has a flavor that can’t be beat by store bought versions.
Quinoa is lightly flavored with vanilla extract and blueberries are roasted with heart-healthy coconut oil for a breakfast bowl that you’ll be eager to add to your morning routine.
This iced tea drink recipe is a blend of half iced tea/ half lemonade. It’s the perfect refreshing drink combination, and it’s not too sweet!
These no-bake mini desserts are low in saturated fat, but high in calcium, protein, vitamins, antioxidants and fiber.
This sweet and sour dish makes the most of late summer vegetables.
If you like the unique flavor of almonds, you’ll love this almond protein smoothie, which contains both raw almonds and almond milk.
Full of superfoods like quinoa and kale, these patties are packed with fresh herbs and feta cheese to give them loads of flavor.
Sweet yet savory, creamy yet juicy, these opposite flavors and textures complement one another to make a delicious salad.
This succotash is a great way to incorporate lima beans into your diet, which are rich in B-complex vitamins and minerals like iron, copper, manganese and magnesium.
This soup is similar to chili in flavor, but much lighter. It’s delicious and light on a spring or summer evening.
Made with fresh vegetables, olive oil, whole-grain bread, and just the right amount of pesto, this Veggie and Pesto Sandwich is a superfood sensation!
Juicy peaches are taken to a whole new level by pairing them with whole- wheat shortcake and an awesome Greek yogurt topping.
This cauliflower stir-fry has only 57 calories and 3 grams of carbohydrates per each one cup serving. It’s a gluten-free, low- carb, vegan, and Paleo.
Get creative with this recipe, peaches and apples can also be added.
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