Pressure cookers are all the rage, and this chipotle chicken bowl with quinoa will not disappoint! It’s delicious as well as high in protein and fiber for fullness.
If you want to wow your family or friends, try this stuffed chicken recipe. The best part is that it is easy and won’t take long in the kitchen. Pair with your favorite whole grain or roasted potato.
One pan dinners are great staples because they are easy to prepare and there is less cleanup. This whole food recipe is well-balanced and will be a family favorite for any night of the week.
This recipe is good comfort food for the cooler weather, and it’s a healthier twist on a classic. The use of whole wheat pasta increases the fiber and fullness. If you want to lessen the saturated fat and calories, replace with part-skim mozzarella.
Need a new chicken salad recipe? This one will become a favorite, filled with flavor and healthy ingredients. Curry can be a wonderful spice for the cooler weather months to keep you warm and satisfied. Pair this with some whole grain bread for a sandwich or over top dark leafy greens for a nutritious salad.
Have you ever tried soba noodles before? These delicious Japanese noodles are made from buckwheat, which is naturally gluten free and lower in carbohydrates and calories than your average white flour noodle. This spicy recipe will not disappoint.
Want better than take-out food? Try this recipe, which takes a short amount of time to cook, and pair with some brown rice, quinoa or farro for a well-balanced meal. Try switching out the chicken thighs for chicken breast or tofu, peanuts for cashews or adding more vegetables. The recipe calls for sambal oelek, an Indonesian chili sauce that can be found at most grocery stores. In a pinch, sriracha can be used to replace it. Enjoy!
Sheet pan meals make dinner easy and prevents a pile of dishes to clean up after. Compared to chicken breasts, chicken thighs are juicier, more tender and have more flavor, just make sure to slice off the excess fat before cooking. Try alternating a different vegetable for the Brussels sprouts to switch things up and make sure to add a complex carbohydrate to this meal like brown rice, farro, sweet potato or quinoa. Enjoy!