Healthy Recipes You Might Actually Eat This January

Healthy Recipes You Might Actually Eat This January

Making the switch from holiday comfort foods to eating healthy is never easy – but we’re here to help. These healthy recipes look so good, you might actually want to eat them this January. Using your favorite flavors to mask the fact that you’re having veggies for dinner makes getting back to healthy eating easier. Bacon, garlic, buffalo, pollo asado, and more make these healthy recipes craveable!

Cabbage And Sausage Soup

Cabbage And Sausage Soup

“This is one of my top three cabbage recipes. It's healthy and so good.” - Mike
Low Carb Low Fat Asian Lettuce Wraps With Dipping Sauce

Low Carb Low Fat Asian Lettuce Wraps With Dipping Sauce

“Make sure to taste as you go along and adjust the flavors to your liking. This recipe is just like one I found in a low-carb cookbook. If you aren't doing low carb, you can use real sugar. Enjoy!” - Jennifer
Pollo Asado Burrito Bowl

Pollo Asado Burrito Bowl

“This is a deconstructed burrito where the tortilla wrapper is replace with a bed of lettuce that’s topped with all of the burrito fillings.” - Kevin
Buffalo Cauliflower Wings

Buffalo Cauliflower Wings

“My family doesn’t really watch sports or go to big games, but we do enjoy the food that’s sold at stadiums! These cauliflower ‘wings’ are my vegan take on American sports food classic -- we often enjoy them on Friday movie nights.” - Shikha
Brussels Sprouts With Bacon And Apple

Brussels Sprouts With Bacon And Apple

“If someone says they don't like Brussels sprouts, have them try this recipe. Frying the bacon and then baking them in the bacon renderings adds a nice smoky flavor to the sprouts. After they bake, the outside layer gets crispy, and the inside is soft. Adding the apples gives a hint of sweetness, while vinegar balances out the flavors with some acidity. Topping them with crumbled bacon is a perfect finale for the side dish.” - Kitchen Crew
Garlic Rubbed Roasted Cabbage Steaks

Garlic Rubbed Roasted Cabbage Steaks

“I love these. Great way to use up a partially used head of cabbage. Bonus for my picky 4 year old grandson - He LOVES them too!!!” - Kathy
Low Carb Bacon Cheeseburger Soup

Low Carb Bacon Cheeseburger Soup

“Bacon Cheeseburger Soup would be a fabulous lunch and meal prepping. My wheels started turning and I thought about the flavors he loves in a burger and put them into this soup without the guilt. I tried to make this full of flavor and creamy so it is satisfying for someone cutting carbs and wouldn’t feel like they are missing anything.” - Debbie
Chinese Style Broccoli & Zucchini Stir-Fry

Chinese Style Broccoli & Zucchini Stir-Fry

“This zucchini stir-fry only has a few ingredients, but it's full of flavor. Once pan-fried, the broccoli is crispy and the zucchini softens so there is great texture in the dish. Serve alongside grilled or baked chicken breasts for an easy, healthy dinner.” - Kitchen Crew
Oven Roasted Vegetables

Oven Roasted Vegetables

“We have begun to eat healthier meals in the past year and this is the best veggie dish ever. It goes with just about anything...You can make smaller portions, just by cutting down all the amounts...or omitting things you don't like.” - Debbie
Good For You Breakfast Bars

Good For You Breakfast Bars

“These are just wonderful tasting! I made some for breakfast this morning and oh so good! Thank you for sharing!” - Amy
Roasted Bacon Cheddar Cauliflower

Roasted Bacon Cheddar Cauliflower

“What a great way to jazz up roasted cauliflower! The combination of herbs and cheese plus utilizing bacon grease when baking makes this cauliflower very flavorful. Crumbled bacon and more cheese take this low carb side dish over the top. We bet everyone will eat their veggies when they try this recipe!” - Kitchen Crew
Fruit, Nut, And Seed Salad

Fruit, Nut, And Seed Salad

“Serve this salad as a light lunch or alongside a piece of chicken or fish for dinner. Light and refreshing with simple flavors, it's delicious. Apples add crunch and a touch of sweetness. We loved the nuts throughout. A simple dressing has a slight tang and lets the salad flavors shine. Make this your own by adjusting with your favorite nuts or dried fruit.” - Kitchen Crew