Who’s in need of some serious detox food?
I’ve been working hard all week on my upcoming Healthy January recipes and I’m so excited to start sharing them all with you next week. Lots of yummy recipes coming up! In the meantime, I wanted to put together a post including all of my favorite healthy recipes that are already on the blog. I know a lot you are planning for the New Year, so I thought this post might be helpful. What I love about all of these recipes is that while they are healthy, they are also filling and satisfying. I’m not one for boring salads or tasteless chicken, I like a lot of color, flavors and texture in my food, so nothing bland here!
I have actually loved cooking up the healthier eats this week. I’ve been making cozy, healthy comfort food and it’s been awesome. There’s something that feels so fresh and new about recipes that are full of nutrients. Perfect way to way to welcome in the New Year!
Tomorrow I will be sharing my last cocktail post (and my last post of 2016 ?) so be sure to check back! Hope you guys are having an awesome laid back week!
My 35 Favorite Healthy Recipes for the New Year
Peanut Butter Acai Bowl
Coconut Chia Oats with Caramelized Bananas
Turkish Fried Eggs in Herbed Yogurt
Banana Oatmeal with Ricotta, Honey, Orange and Toasted Buckwheat
Blueberry Muffin Granola Greek Yogurt Breakfast Bowl
Power Food Fruit Smoothies 2 Ways
Red’s 3 Favorite Winter Juices and Smoothies
Superfood Hot Chocolate with Honey Caramelized Brioche
Roasted Zucchini Burgers with Garlic Whipped Feta
Simple Coconut Quinoa and Lentil Curry with Lime Mango
Thai Lemongrass Chicken Braised in Coconut Milk
Caramelized Teriyaki Salmon with Sesame Toasted Buckwheat
Salsa Verde Chicken and Rice Tortilla Soup
Simple Vegetarian Skillet Lasagna
Creamy Thai Carrot Sweet Potato Soup
Hoisin Salmon with Zucchini Slaw
Avocado Veggie Spring Rolls with Sweet Thai Mango Sauce
Basil Chicken Curry Zucchini Noodle Bowls
Creamy Coconut Cashew Spaghetti Squash “Alfredo” with Roasted Cauliflower
Chocolate Chip Almond Butter Banana Bread
Chocolate Dunked Salted Honey Nut Bars
Banana and Chocolate Chia Cream Pie Parfaits
Superfood Chocolate Quinoa Bark
Fudgy Avocado Brownies with Chocolate Fudge Frosting
Wow! What delicious dishes … I’ll make one of them.
Thank you Karol! I hope you love it!
What wonderful dishes. I’ll cooking one of them.
Thank you! Enjoy the recipes!
I did Chocolate Coconut Almond Bars and I loved it. Thanks Tieghan
So happy you liked it thanks Guilherme!!
I never comment online but I have to say, these all just look so delicious and the photos are absolutely gorgeous!
Wow, well i’m so happy you did! Made me smile, thank you!
YUMM! I’m from the other hemisphere and these dishes are perfect for the colder months. I have to backtrack through you recipes the find the ones for summer!
So happy you like them, and I hope you love everything you try! Thanks Jade!
Here s a feast that s both merry and bright. We ve partnered with Tieghan Gerard, founder of Half Baked Harvest, to throw an ornament party complete with a tasty menu, including this main course and sides.
Thank you so much for these recipes. I’ve made 3 or 4 already this year and they are so full of flavour. Even my veggie hating husband tells me how delicious they are. I live in the UK and in a small town at that, so I can’t always find all of the ingredients, but a few substitutions haven’t changed the amazing flavours.
I am SO glad you love the recipes you have made & your husband too!! Thank you Nia, I hope you enjoy others as well!
wow, I really love what you have created so far. Amazing!!! Thanks for sharing.
I’m starting a diet this early in 2017 and these recipes will help me a lot. Thank you!
Perfect, hope you love it!
Tieghan, firstly I’m obsessed with everything you make! But you HAVE to try something… a few years ago I came across something on the internet along the lines of “the science behind cooking salmon”… try baking your salmon at 250 degrees F. For 25 minutes (sometimes it takes 30 for meatier pieces) I like using dry seasoning because it creates such a delicate piece of fish that you don’t want it to be smothered in a sugary glaze. I promise you will turn your back on high-heat quick cooking your salmon. I haven’t tried this with other fish, but I won’t eat anyone else’s salmon but my own now because it just feels like everyone else’s is so wrong! Lol I hope you try, your life will change 🙂 ps I’m sure you already know this, don’t use “atlantic” wild caught is the way to go. Insanely different with the flavors, even when you have to pull out all the bones, that’s the labor of love!!
Hey Natalie!! Oh my gosh, slow roasting the salmon at a low temperature sounds insanely delicious! I think I need to give it a try this month. Thank you so much for the suggestion! 🙂 ps. alwasy wild caught, it’s the best!
NONE of these recipes look like they’re deprived of flavor, calories, nutrients and more, which is AMAZING. Detoxing is totally mixed up with restricting–totally not true! You can detox simply by eating whole foods, and these recipes contain a mass array of them! 😀 Now I would LOVE to try the peanut butter acai bowl, banana oatmeal, mean green detox salad, sweet potato soup, zucchini noodle bowls (veganized, of course!), falafel bowl, veggie spring rolls, coconut quinoa and lentil curry, cauliflower tacos, coconut cashew spaghetti squash alfredo, chocolate chip almond butter banana bread, chocolate quinoa bark, chocolate coconut almond bars, and avocado brownies! Wow, that’s a mouthful, but I better get cooking!