New to cooking? You’ll want to read this.
For a lot of us, our New Year’s resolutions often include eating healthier. This resolution forces us to become chefs because I think we all know that restaurant food is filled with unhealthy fats, sugars, empty calories, etc.
I love eating out just as much as the next person, but when I’m trying to eat healthy, I’m forced to cook my own food at home. This is no easy feat considering my cooking level is on par with that of a six-year-old. Really, though, I just mastered blue box mac n cheese.
So I went on a Pinterest quest to find healthy and easy recipes. This is what I found:
Chicken doesn’t have to be boring! Add some chili and lime and you’re good to go!
Slow cooker recipes are the best. You just stick all the ingredients in the Crock Pot then forget about it for a few hours. My favorite kind of recipes.
If you’re not watching your carbs, this pasta is full of healthy vegetables and flavor.
For days when you just want unhealthy fried buffalo wings, make this instead!
Lettuce-based salads are a thing of the past. Try this one out, it will be your new favorite!
Salmon is so healthy, but can be pretty boring. Try this Italian version that is full of flavor!
If you’re watching your carb intake, zucchini “pasta” is a great noodle alternative.
We all need more energy in our lives, right?
Mexican food can be pretty hard to give up when you’re eating healthy. Now you don’t have to!
Make it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Quiche is such a versatile food!