It’s time for another healthy recipes roundup, and have I got some doozies for you today!
The sun is shining here in Seattle, so I’m going to take advantage and get outside before the rain decides to return.
But before I head out, let’s see which healthy recipes made my must-try list this week. I’ve been pinning away, so let’s get started!
- Blueberry Baked Oatmeal Singles from Emily Bites – I have more than a few baked oatmeal recipes of my own, and don’t mind adding this one with all those colorful blueberries.
- Carrot Cake Crepes from the Slender Student – this is a very interesting recipe. The crepes are made with cake mix, almond milk, Greek yogurt and cream cheese. They really look amazing.
- Amazing Roasted Asparagus with Gremolata from Kalyn’s Kitchen – asparagus is affordable right now, so I’m picking it up by the bunches. Kalyn’s gremolata is the perfect compliment to roasted asparagus.
- Spring Asparagus Salad from Feasting Home – this salad has a Mediterranean twist with kalamata olives, couscous, and feta cheese.
- Blackberry Honey Walnut Salad from Carlsbad Cravings – blackberries aren’t in season yet, but I’m guessing a good quality frozen berry would work.
- Crunchy Colorful Thai Cabbage Salad from Cheap Ethnic Eatz – I’m crazy for slaw and like the idea of a spicy Thai version.
- Kale Waldorf Salad from The Harvest Kitchen – this twist on the classic Waldorf salad will get your family eating their kale.
- Beetroot and Jerusalem Artichoke Boulangere from Kellie’s Food to Glow – you can’t beat beets and artichokes when it comes to making a healthy side dish.
- Olive Garden Chicken Gnocchi Soup – from Simple Nourished Living – Mr. Mike is always happy when gnocchi is added to any dish.
- Weight Watchers Sesame Chicken from You Brew My Tea – the photo makes me drool, though I would use brown rice and skip the Splenda in favor of brown sugar.
- Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches or Lettuce Wraps from Skinny Kitchen – I love that I can skip the bread and turn these sandwiches into wraps.
- Parmesan Crusted Fish with Lemon and Capers from Aggie’s Kitchen – simple ingredients pack big flavor for this mild tasting fish.
- Baked Cod with Herb Crust from Cooking on a Budget – these look yummy crunchy, though I’d swap the Ritz Crackers for plain panko breadcrumbs.
- Spicy Shrimp and Asparagus over Zucchini Noodle Pasta from Eating Bird Food – I bought a new spiralizer and I can’t wait to use it. Doesn’t this sound like a veggie packed meal?
- Skinny Peanut Butter Cups from Made with Love – these use PB2 dried peanut butter. If you haven’t tried this peanut butter, it is really delicious, and wasn’t expensive.
There are so many terrific healthy cooks out there, and so many healthy recipes to share, it’s hard to stop with this list. But I’m itching to go for a run today while it isn’t raining, so it’s off to get my shoes I go. We have company coming tonight for a spaghetti feed, so I need to burn a few calories ahead of time.
Enjoy, and have a wonderful Easter weekend!
PS – don’t forget you can follow along during the weekend by following my Must Try Recipes Pinterest board.
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