Clean eating does not mean you have to eat cardboard!
Over the past few years I’ve tried a variety of food philosophies in my search for optimal nutrition. One thing that has not changed in almost 3 years is a diet that is primarily clean eating. A key to sustainable clean eating, other than menu planning of course, is enjoying foods that are satisfying and taste good. Find or create recipes that have a variety of colors and flavors. Find recipes that, if you don’t tell them, your family won’t think they’re eating “heatlhy”.
Enjoy Food That Tastes Good.
My own creations and recipes from my favorite foodies…
Apple Cinnamon Protein Pancakes – Nut Butter Runner
Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash Rings – Oh My Veggies
A Single Slice of Pumpkin Pie for Thanksgiving
Vegetarian Nachos – Michelle Bridges
Roasted Veggie Salad
Banana Bruschetta On GF Toast
Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
Green Protein Smoothie
Vegan Burritos with Guacamole
Pesto Salmon Salad
Sauteed Apples with Meusli and Greek Yogurt
Sunday Meal Prep
make veggie burgers
In September, Angela and I hosted our inaugural A Day In the Life link-up!
We’re doing it again! Join us on Friday, December 20th with your Holiday A Day in the Life. Share your photos and stories from a day during the holiday season!