While healthy food is on all of our brains, I thought I’d share my favorite sites for good-for-you recipes to make this month. I’m constantly bookmarking healthy recipe sites that I don’t want to forget. I subscribe to TONS. I always look at Pinterest too. Who doesn’t want to eat better, cook at home more or to incorporate more vegetables into meals?
Here are my top 7 go-to healthy websites for inspiration (you’ll want to bookmark these):
1. Skinny Taste – Reaching over 3 million viewers per month, Gina’s (author, photographer and recipe developer) idea to marry great good + beautiful photography has become highly rewarding. At Skinnytaste.com, you’ll find healthy dishes that don’t sacrifice any of the flavor that can be found in their full-fat origins. These creations are both “skinny” and “tasty.” Weight Watchers approved, the reason I stumbled upon the Gina’s labor of love. Delicious, healthy, low-fat, family friendly recipes, what more can you want? As you can see, I’m a BIG fan. I typically use at least 1 Skinny Taste recipe per week.
See for yourself – Top 25 Most Popular Recipes of 2015
On my list to make – SPINACH, FETA, AND ARTICHOKE BREAKFAST BAKE
2. Love & Lemons – Beautifully photographed bright seasonal food finished with a squeeze of lemon. This husband + wife duo just came out with their first cookbook. The Love and Lemons Cookbook: An Apple-to-Zucchini Celebration of Impromptu Cooking. I have it on hold at the library 🙂
On my list to make – BUTTERNUT SQUASH, KALE & QUINOA STEW
3. COOKIE + Kate – This blog is all about celebrating good food. Real, sustainable food that delights the senses and nourishes the body. You will notice it is all vegetarian too.
On my list to make – Spaghetti Squash Burrito Bowls
4. pinch of yum – You will find recipes that are practical, interesting, and delicious. Lindsay, former 4th grader teacher turned full-time blogger and food enthusiast with an appetite for almost anything.
On my list to make – Spicy chipotle turkey burritos (make ahead)
5. FoodieCrush – This photographer and e-cookbook designer creates menu ideas that always use fresh ingredients, are mostly healthy, oftentimes seasonal, sometimes decadent and definitely FoodieCrush approved. With a little cheese and butter mixed in.
On my list to make – Cantaloupe and Mozzarella Caprese Salad
I don’t even like fruit very much, but this look BOMB!
6. Green Kitchen Stories – This family cooks and eats healthy and simple vegetarian food with natural ingredients, whole grains, good fats, fruit and vegetables.
Luise: I’m the hippie-health-minded of the two of us. When I cook I try to come up with super tasty, healthy and simple vegetarian recipes only using natural ingredients.
David: I’m the vegetarian, the food stylist and the photographer. I love cooking, but lately I have realized that I’m probably better at baking. I am totally worthless when it comes to cooking a dinner with an empty fridge. Luise, on the other hand, is famous for making a feast out of nothing.
On my list to make – Italian Cheesecake Jars
7. Inspiralized – Inspiralizing is the art of transforming vegetables and fruits into noodles. Inspiralized is what you and your meal become afterwards – a healthier and inspired version of the original!
#GetInspiralized with Ali Maffucci, the founder of inspiralized. Ali is all over instagram and for a good reason – her recipes look divine.
On my list to make – AVOCADO-BASIL ZUCCHINI NOODLES WITH CHILE-LIME SHRIMP & CORN
What are you go-to healthy meal sites you visit? Please share, I’m always ready to read another blog/web-site for even more inspiration.
Now that you’ve got all these at your fingertips – Cheers to delicious, healthy food!