Fabulous Recipes That Are Healthy For The New Year
Bring on the New Year! There’s nothing like January to restart your personal program. I look at it as a time to recommit to focusing on my health and recipes that are healthy. Here is my own personal guide to how I recommit to my health, a little inspiration for kicking off the New Year.
My Ultimate New Year’s Health Reset: Teri’s Tips for Intermittent Fasting and More
Eating delicious recipes that are healthy, intermittent fasting, green juices, using my red light, getting plenty of hydration, finishing eating by 6 pm, enjoying 20 minutes of intentional daily movement, cooking more, and setting small attainable goals are the basics.
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Embracing the Joy of Homemade Recipes that are Healthy!
It’s been fun to compile some of our favorite restart recipes from the blog, including some Whole30 winners. We have a great, comprehensive list of recipes that are healthy and delicious because here’s the thing: even when you’re doing a restart, you can totally enjoy your food!
How I Find Balance Without Feeling Deprived in My New Year’s Wellness Journey
I believe in making change joyful and feeling a sense of abundance, so let’s bring that attitude forward into the New Year. There’s no need to feel deprived; you want to feel satiated, not hungry. Let’s enjoy it together.
Fabulous Recipes That Are Healthy: Dive into Teri’s Best Recipes for the New Year!
We’ve all been there, staring blankly into our refrigerators, craving a meal that’s both nutritious and delicious. Enter my Whole30 Green Goddess Salad with Crispy Passport Chicken—a fusion of fresh, vibrant flavors and crispy, mouth-watering chicken. If you’re seeking the ideal balance between health and indulgence, this dish might just become your next weeknight staple.
Chicken Burgers are an unsung hero of Whole30 eating! My juicy Whole30 Chicken Burger recipe is a great way to mix it up and eat a delicious, simple meal. A chicken burger is perfect for lunch or dinner, whether you’re on Whole30 or not, and this particular version might be my favorite to date. It’s easy to make and so fabulous to eat.
Pomegranate is so underrated and a fabulous addition to so many dishes. This salad began with my Pomegranate Sunday Salad, which I had on repeat all December. For January, I decided to make this spin: a Pomegranate Whole30 Chopped Salad!
It has been the season of Sunday Salads at nocrumbsleft, and I am not one bit mad about it! We have our original Sunday Salad that I first fell in love with. Then, as I was heading to California for the holidays with my vegan son, I knew I needed to create a vegan version. Now that January has arrived, of course that means I need a Whole30 Sunday Salad!
Whole30 Salisbury Steak. I love an old school dish, and I especially enjoy updating my old school favorites. My Whole30 Salisbury Steak is a soul-satisfying, truly delicious, sumptuous dinner that you’re going to want to add into your weekly rotation.
This is a new spin on my favorite Asian-inspired soup, and I am so excited to share it with you. If you have been missing a noodle, this is a life-changing moment. It has everything you want in a Whole30 soup, and the hearts of palm noodles take it to another level.
This Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap goes viral every time I share it on Instagram–and for good reason: it is an absolute game-changer! With crisp iceberg lettuce, delectable fillings, and crunchy gluten-free croutons, it’s not just a wrap; it’s a fabulous indulgence.
My Mediterranean Salmon Bowl is an inspired way to eat this fall, and there are endless ways to make this exceptional salmon recipe your own. Use your favorite ingredients and whatever is in season or in your fridge to create a delicious, nutrient-filled salmon bowl you’ll enjoy on repeat.
I just created my new favorite way to prepare and serve trout! My new Trout Walnut-Dine recipe is a riff on the classic Trout Almondine, taken to the next level by using walnuts and sesame seeds. It’s a fantastic recipe for trout, and I have no doubt you’ll love it as much as we do.
Juicing has been a part of my life on and off for at least a couple of decades, but I was always so overwhelmed by the size of the old-school home juicers that I simply never wanted one in my kitchen. Cleaning them seemed daunting as well. After beginning intermittent fasting last July, I found that the best way to break my fast was with fresh green juice…made in my own kitchen! The combination of fasting and juicing has really helped me reboot my health and feel my best!
I love green cabbage! It’s underrated and underappreciated, but what’s not to love? It adds a delicious welcome crunch to so many of my favorite dishes. Springtime brings with it a sense of renewal, and what better way to embrace the season than with a fresh, flavorful, and healthful salad?
These sweet + salty Sweet Potato Crisps I created for California Grown are perfect for dipping in Creamy Tomato Dressing, but they are equally delicious in a hearty salad. You can use either white or orange sweet potatoes for this recipe; both are super tasty and in-season year-round!
I love creating vegan dishes, I love vegan food, but mostly I love vegan people—especially my son! My Meatless Monday Salad is a winner whether you’re plant-based or not—and it’s so important to have a few amazing plant-based dishes in your repertoire. This one is truly spectacular and layered with so many amazing flavors.
Recently on my annual girls’ trip, we went to a fantastic restaurant in Carlsbad, California called Campfire. The number one most popular dish that everyone gets is Charred Broccoli. It was amazing. The funny part is that I’ve never been a huge fan of broccoli. I prefer broccolini. But their incredible dish made up of charred broccoli tossed with a lime vinaigrette, topped with hot maple peanuts, and drizzled with Chermoula Aioli could make me a convert!
I’m in Chicago in the middle of winter and let’s just say the weather isn’t giving me a lot of joy, but winter is the season when cooking delicious food can be the ultimate soulful experience. Here’s a twist on my meatballs, updated with Thai Kitchen green curry. It’s absolutely delicious.
Whole30 Beef Stir Fry is a go-to for me, and Spicy Pepperoncini Beef is a great one. It has been an absolute crowd favorite from my cookbook, and I am so excited to share it! You are going to be amazed at how simple it is to make. It takes a little finesse, but trust your intuition and you will have a delicious meal on your hands.
I’m so delighted to share my Gluten-Free Sweet and Sour Recipe for Snapper Filets. I’ve made this dish in the background of my life for 30 years, and back in the day, it was something I might choose on a night when friends were coming for dinner and I didn’t have a lot of time, but I wanted to really wow people. It’s scrumptious with the wonderful textures of the julienned carrots, crispy garlic, and baby corn, and the delicious sauce just takes it over the top.
Other Fabulous Round-Ups with Recipes That Are Healthy.
If you’re under the impression that Whole30 recipes are only for those who are strictly adhering to the Whole30 plan, think again. My philosophy has always been that the incredible benefits and deliciousness of Whole30 recipes are not confined to a 30-day window. They can—and should—be enjoyed in your everyday diet. Why? Because eating this way simply makes me feel good, and I bet it will do the same for you.
Soup lovers, rejoice! My Whole30-approved, easy soup recipes are not only simple to make, but also incredibly satisfying and nutritious too. These soups are perfect for anyone looking for a quick, healthful meal option that doesn’t skimp on flavor.
Want to add a level of flavor and excitement to your meals while keeping it Whole30? My Whole30 salad dressing recipes, a.k.a. Magic Elixirs, are shortcuts to deliciousness. They will absolutely take your Whole30 to the next level! And because everyone loves delicious, you’ll find yourself making them again and again throughout the year.
Salads are a fairly magnificent way to eat if you like delicious recipes that are healthy, brimming with life force. I love transforming a salad into a masterpiece, like this soul-satisfying Wedge Salad. A salad can be every bit as pleasurable as the rest of the meal, and I’m excited to share my secrets for this one!
If you’ve followed me for a while, you know I’m all about salads. Making and sharing them with my favorite people is one of my love languages, and I, for one, could eat them daily! One of my favorite types of salads to make is a Cobb Salad. The versatility of this salad offers countless possibilities–the sky’s the limit! Feel free to unleash your creativity and make unique combinations using the ingredients you have on hand in your kitchen.
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Food is my love language, and this book is a guide to getting you in the kitchen with me, rolling up your sleeves, and reigniting passion for everyday cooking. Woven throughout the book are my Teri’s Tips as well.
This cookbook is a love letter to my mother because it offers the recipe for a well-lived life.