Top 50 Weight Loss Recipes

Make losing weight a mouthwatering experience with these tasty, calorie controlled recipes!

Losing weight isn’t all about slashing calories from your daily menu. The magic behind long-term weight loss lies within your food’s nutrient (not just calorie!) content. Simply cutting food from your diet will only trigger irritability, give rise to unbearable cravings, and welcome a sluggish metabolism. On the other hand, foods bursting with nutritious properties give your body the valuable vitamins and minerals it needs to feel satisfied and energized! Thankfully, there are weight loss recipes out there.

Here at Skinny Ms., we’ve racked up 50 healthy recipes that feature superfood powerhouses certain to rev up your metabolism and get you closer to your weight loss goals. With meals and snacks comprising of fewer calories, these delicious meals and treats are a no-brainer on the road to a slimmer you. Did we mention they’re downright delicious, besides being uber-satisfying? With this foolproof list, you can enjoy those red-flagged comfort foods (think enchiladas and cheesecake) you thought you had to steer clear of.

These rockin’ recipes shoe hunger out of the picture and make weight loss fun and tasty! Check out these top 50 weight loss recipes  organized by meal type. Let’s get cooking!

Breakfast

1. Avocado Breakfast Pizza
Avocado-Breakfast-Pizzas

Pizza for breakfast? You bet! This savory dish delivers creamy, buttery textures and a boatload of nutrients to keep you satisfied throughout the morning.

2. Breakfast Yogurt Parfait to Go
Breakfast Yogurt Parfait To Go

Packed with scrumptious berries, toasted coconut, and crunchy granola, these grab-and-go parfait jars make a delectably portable breakfast on busy mornings.

3. French Toast Casserole

This lightened version of the beloved breakfast treat delivers all the crispy, gooey deliciousness you love about French toast – without breaking your calorie bank!

4. 10 Minute Stovetop Granola

10-Minute Stovetop Granola
You’re just 10 minutes away from a quick and crunchy breakfast stuffed with nutrient-rich superfoods like oats, walnuts, and honey. Pour a little milk on top and enjoy as a clean-eating cereal.

5. Goji Berry Superfood Granola

Goji Berry Superfood Granola
Goji berries add a natural tinge of sweetness to this granola recipe. The treasured superfood is chock-full of antioxidants, medicinal properties, and beta-carotene.

6. Egg and Toast Breakfast Cups

Egg and Toast Breakfast Cups
Rise and shine to these protein-packed, mouthwateringly-rich breakfast cups! Gooey egg pairs wonderfully with crispy toast in this winning morning meal.

7. Individual Egg & Spinach Bowl
Savory meets satisfying in this egg bake recipe, spotlighting two of the world’s healthiest superfoods, egg and spinach.

8. Three Seed Berry Parfait

Three Seed Berry Parfait
This berrylicious yogurt parfait is a snap to whip up. It’s the perfect go-to when you’re experiencing an early morning sweet tooth!

9. Fried Eggs with Mushrooms & Brussels Sprouts

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Swap your conventional breakfast with this delicious and hearty skillet breakfast. Mornings never tasted so good!

10. Green Tea Kiwi-Berry Smoothie

Green Tea Kiwi-Berry Smoothie
This breakfast smoothie features green tea to boost energy levels and rev up your metabolism, making it an awesome alternative to morning coffee.

This post may include affiliate links.

SAVE YOUR FAVORITE RECIPES
Create a FREE account for quick & easy access

Ellie Krasner

Ellie is a full-time violinist living in Las Vegas, and a writer with an insatiable appetite for clean eating and fitness! She is a graduate of Binghamton University with degrees in English literature and violin, and loves investigating the world of healthy living.

More by Ellie

23 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for all the recipes! How long does the food last in the fridge if I cook (Lunch and Dinner) in the beginning of the week?

  2. All great ideas, can’t wait to try some. What would you change our oats for in your granola? I can’t eat oats and am looking for ideas other than eggs. 🙏

    1. Barb, Instead of oats, you could use: slivered almonds, walnut or pecan pieces, dried fruit of chose (no added sugar), and sunflower or pumpkin seeds.

      You can use all of these or a combination. 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.