Oftentimes, healthy food is synonymous with tasteless, don't-bring-it-near-me food. However, I happen to be a lover of healthy food and would sometimes prefer that over something fried and greasy. With the right ingredients and recipes, you can make some of the most delicious meals you will ever have - minus all the guilt. If one of your New Year's resolutions is to be more nutritious, do it. It's totally possible, and we'll start you off on the right foot right now!
Source: Gluten Free with LB
I love it when you can eat your bowl. These spaghetti squash noodles are a way healthier version than regular spaghetti noodles. It's still cheesy and delicious!
Source: Wild Selections
This is probably one of the easiest meals you can make, and it'll taste great. Wrap one or ten (maybe not ten if you're trying to be healthy), and enjoy!
For when you're craving nachos but don't want to order those nachos that serve 3-4 people but you can eat yourself.
Source: Dietitian Debbie Dishes
Chipotle who? Try doing Meatless Monday! This burrito bowl will make you want to stay vegan or vegetarian every day. Maybe.
Source: Sweet Peas and Saffron
Another spaghetti noodle substitute! Honestly, you can spiralize so many different vegetables to replace those carb-y pastas. You won't forfeit any flavor, and if anything, you'll get more flavor.
Source: Five Heart Home
Breakfast can taste like dessert, yes. Try this sweet treat for a quick meal because breakfast is the most important meal of the day!
Source: Pinch of Yum
This is one of those meals that is incredibly satisfying and will leave you wondering how something so simple can taste so good.
Source: Well Plated
What if you could turn on a machine and have it do all of the cooking for you? Welcome, slow cookers. This hearty chili is filled with the most nutritious ingredients without sacrificing any flavor.
Source: Eat Good 4 Life
If you're looking for a low carb breakfast option, look no further than egg muffins. They're extra perfect if you're constantly on the go but need something to fill your stomach until lunch.
Source: Cooking Classy
Salads are the face of healthy food. But they have also been given a bad reputation for their inability to be fulfilling and tasty. However, this flavorful salad with a healthy dressing will convert you.
Source: Cotter Crunch
Before you start judging this recipe for its inclusion of cauliflower and kale, don't. It's roasted curried cauliflower "rice" (great and healthy substitution for white rice!) with kale and veggies to fill you up.
Source: Live Well Bake Often
These protein-packed pancakes are light and delicious. Indulge as a treat-yourself breakfast, but eat happily knowing that you're getting something delicious and nutritious!
Source: Half Baked Harvest
It's a flavor explosion with this bowl of delight. It's full of veggies and tofu, and you'll forget there's no meat because it's that satisfying and delicious.
Lemon, parmesan, and roasted artichokes are a combination made in heaven. Eat plates and plates of this meal without the guilt because you're slurping up vegetables - zucchini noodles, to be exact.
Source: Fit Foodie Finds
These bowls are packed with protein, vegetables, and flavor - Thai flavor, in this case. Another great vegetarian option without eliminating nutritional benefits.
Source: Well Plated
For a delicious breakfast on the go, try this easy strawberry oatmeal bars. Avoid buying breakfast bars with artifical flavors and unnecessary sugars and go clean by making your own!
Source: Boys Ahoy
If you want a spicy kick to your meal, try these buffalo chicken quesadillas. They take only 10 minutes to make, but they'll taste like you put so much more effort into it!
Source: Eat Yourself Skinny
A simple, yet flavor-packed noodle dish that will please the pickiest of eaters. It's an all-veggie meal, so try to feed it to your kids if they're are keen on vegetables.