Easy, Delicious Clean Eats

Let’s face it, clean eating can be challenging to keep up, especially when you run out of options to cook and are uninspired to spice things up in the kitchen. Get creative and make clean cooking yummy and delicious. These six recipes are easy, inexpensive, and look and taste delectable.

Meal prep is everything to stay on a clean eating plan! Start planning your recipes for upcoming meals so you stay on track. Try these recipe ideas out ~ your taste buds will thank you, we promise!

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Grilled Salmon Kabobs

These salmon kabobs are SUPER easy, and oh so yummy! Don’t like salmon? Opt for chicken or shrimp instead.  Kabobs are easy to get creative with with because you can customize and get your whole family involved in making them. Add spices and herbs, and you have a wonderfully delicious and healthy dinner!  They are also perfect for grilling..

See the whole recipe here!

Avocado Boats

Avocado can be used in several different ways, whether it’s in the morning, afternoon snack, or evening appetizer. Try these avocado boats. Cut an avocado in half and top with chicken, tomatoes, feta, and onions or whatever else you choose for a delicious treat!  Love spicy, avocados taste delicious with spicy shrimp, one of our EIC Kathy Fielder’s favorite apps!

See the full recipe here!

Pizza Toasts

Who wants a pizza like this?! We do. Pizza toast is scrumptious looking and tastes divine. A great recipe for kids and adults alike to enjoy. Take it on the go for a quick snack or lunch on the run. Top with meats, tomatoes, cheeses, fresh veggies and herbs.  Delectable and healthy!

Recipe here!

Buffalo Chicken Baked Potato

Yummy baked potato boats – use a crock pot to bake buffalo chicken in all day.  When you get home, a few baked potatoes warmed in the oven and cut open are the perfect bowl for yummy buffalo chicken. Add avocado bites for a delicious touch.

Full recipe here!

Sweet Potato Fries

Sweet potato fries are amazingly delicious and have half the calories of regular regular fries! Bake in the oven on 350 for 30 or so minutes with salt and pepper to get that crispy taste. Perfect for a light snack or dinner side. Add some fresh homemade low-cal ranch for dipping.   Visit Whole Foods for a Whole 30 and Paleo ranch dressing – You can’t even taste the difference!

View the whole recipe here!

Zucchini Shrimp Scampi

Craving pasta but also trying to eat clean? No need to fret. Zucchini noodles are the perfect substitute and with a little salt and pepper, lemon, and olive oil they taste just as good. Throw some lemon shrimp or chicken to give the dish more flavor and added protein. You may never go back to regular noodles again!

Get the full recipe here!

xo, KF

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