Being hungry makes you feel sick which a scientific fact is. So why waste hours of your time cooking epicure feast when a delicious and nutritious meal could be only 10 minutes away? Just miss the complaining tummy and crabby guests and pick up any of these 6 healthy foods recipes.
Healthy Food Recipes
For me, this is one of the most delicious appetizer and off course the one of the quick and healthy food recipes that I personally am addicted to. It gives me that required boost that keeps me active all day long. Here is the 10 minutes recipe for your keen appetite.
Blueberry Chocolate Shake
Blend together 1 cup frozen blueberries, one pack of chocolate powder (any of your choice), 1 ½ cups of milk (people on diet should use skimmed milk. You can either add one scoop of protein powder to improve muscle revitalization.
You can stir up a dish like this in no time so who needs breakfast in a cafeteria? This is one of the quick and healthy food recipes that I try out to bring some change in my breakfast regime. Using feta cheese adds a little CLAs as well as perfect flavor.
Broccoli and Feta Omelet with Toast
Add some cooking spray to a moderately heated non stick skillet. Add broccoli and cook for 2-3 minutes. Now add feta cheese, egg and dill in a small sized bowel. Add this mixture to a pan while cooking for 3-4 minutes; turn over omelet and cook for 2 more minutes or until it is cooked thoroughly. Serve with toast and enjoy!
As an important part of our diet, Lunch should always be a little salty and spicy. These two healthy food recipes have become an essential part of my lunch regime. I would suggest you to try these delicious yet healthy food recipes for taste and health at the same time. Being a weight conscious person, I always prefer salads for lunch. I am sharing one of my most preferred healthy food recipes with you.
Combine 1tbsp low fat Greek yogurt, 1tsp, chili powder, 2 tbsp salsa, and 1 tsp olive oil for dressing. Now make salad by combining 1 chopped scallion, 1 tbsp chopped and chunked black olives, 2 cups spinach, 2 tbsp corn, ½ thinly sliced stalks of celery, and ¼ cup rinsed and drained black beans. Now serve previously made dressing over this salad. This recipe will switch both your taste buds and metabolism at the same time.
This homemade healthy pizza is one of my favorite healthy food recipes. Delicious yet easy to cook recipe is my all time preference whenever I want to take a break from me vegan diet and salads for lunch.
Green Tortilla Pizza
Preheat the oven. Spread 2 tbsp pesto (store brought or homemade) on one whole grain tortilla (8 inch preferably). Sprinkle a handful of spinach, 2 tbsp chopped broccoli florets, 4 cut and sliced baby Bella mushrooms, 2 tbsp part skin mozzarella, 2 tbsp chopped onions. Broil it until it turns its color into light brown, for 3-4 minutes.
Everyone wants an appetizing meal at the end of a hectic day. A tasty and healthy meal essentially makes you feel lively and energetic even after spending a day at work. I have selected these two healthy food recipes for your health and taste buds at the same time.
This recipe is carefully chosen for Pasta lovers who like to maintain their craving while desiring for a healthy meal. As one of the best healthy food recipes, this recipe will surely grab your attention.
Cauliflower and Kale Pasta
Bring a small pot of water with a lid on it for boiling (about 4-5 minutes). Add 1 serving or small handful angel hair pasta and ¾ cup cauliflower florets. After 3 minutes, fish-out the cauliflower and add to a trying pan over medium-high heat with ½ tbsp. olive oil, ½ chopped shallot, 1 minced clove garlic, and a handful of roughly torn kale (stems removed). Cover and cook 4 minutes. Add cooked pasta, 1 tbsp. grated Parmesan, and ¼ cup reserved cooking water and toss to combine.
I chose this recipe from one of the easiest Jamie Oliver’s recipe book. As one of my favorite chefs, Jamie Oliver holds some mouth water as well as healthy food recipes for you. Below is a recipe that I have tried myself and will suggest you to try out.
Lamb Chops with Bay, Paprika and Chickpeas
Lightly bash each chop with a rolling pin to flatten a little. Season well with salt, pepper and smoked paprika. Fold a bay leaf around each one and press it firmly to hold it in place against the meat. (It might snap, but don’t worry, just press each half of the leaf against the meat so it sticks.) Sprinkle with a little oregano.
Griddle or fry the chops in batches for 2 minutes or so on each side for pink, or for longer if you like your meat a little more cooked. Keep warm while you cook the rest of the chops.
While the chops are cooking, in a wide, non-stick frying pan, gently fry the garlic and onion in a good splash of olive oil until soft and light brown. Add a pinch of paprika and the chickpeas. Fry for a moment then add the breadcrumbs. Stir and fry until the chickpeas are warmed through and the breadcrumbs are crispy. Season and scatter with the sliced chili and parsley. Serve 3 cutlets per person with a spoonful of chickpeas, a dollop of crème fraîche or yoghurt and a pinch of smoked paprika.