Our healthy dinner recipes focus on getting lots of vegetables in the daily diet. Many people don't like vegetables because they don't know how to prepare them.
Whether you eat your main meal at night or around noon, it will probably be the biggest meal of the day.
In order to recover from an illness or just enjoy the good health you already have, it is important to keep the emphasis in your daily nutrition on plenty of vegetables, grains, pastas, beans, different herbs. and sometimes an added sauce.
Add a salad, or occasionally some muffins or a healthy dessert to make your big meal of the day more satisfying and enjoyable.
If you have a very busy day, you will be able to enjoy coming home to a healthy meal that has been prepped a day or two before. Some dishes just get better when prepared ahead of time!
Tomatoes and garlic make this dish!
So delicious and healthy. Combine artichokes, mushrooms, cucumber, peas, tomatoes and Parmesan cheese, and you have a feast. recipe...
This is a one pot meal...so easy to make!
Our vegetable stew uses Chorizo sausage as a condiment. No big hunks of meat here, just a very small piece of Chorizo adds to the flavor of this comfort food. If you are a vegetarian "purist" you can easily omit this ingredient and still wind up with a tasty stew. recipe...
The secret is in the sauce!
Don't like tofu? Tofu has no flavor of its own, but when you marinate it in a little dry sherry, Bragg Liquid Aminos and garlic powder, then saute in a little olive oil until browned on each side, you have a very tasty tofu to add to your entree. Add a little of your favorite peanut sauce or dressing, and you have a memorable meal. recipe...
Beans and rice are a staple at our house!
Black beans are a very affordable source of protein. Serve them with your favorite rice. Top the beans with chopped sweet or green onion, diced tomato and avocado. Drizzle with a little lime juice and you will have a great dinner. recipe...
A tasty meat substitute to add to all your vegetable dishes!
These little tofu morsels are a great addition to hot dishes like soups, stews and stir-fries. recipe...
Noodles just make great comfort food!
Add mushrooms, garlic, soy or almond cream and a little parmesan cheese, and these noodles are ready to serve. Why not consider adding a tossed green salad and a glass of red wine to make this meal special. recipe...
A healthy dinner recipe favorite, but it takes a little work!
Prepping the different vegetables takes a little time. Cooking time for each is only a few minutes to keep them from becoming overcooked. We like the green curry sauce to be medium in heat, but a lighter version can still make a distinctly different sauce to enjoy with fresh vegetables. Like so many meals...it is all in the sauce. recipe...
A healthy version of mac and cheese!
Zucchini, yellow squash or cauliflower can be used in place of the Pattypan squash. You can enjoy this healthier version of mac and cheese often. This dinner can be made ahead, refrigerated, and then just baked when you get home. recipe...
Lunch and Appetizers - Here are some ideas to replace the burger and fries, pizza laden with cheese, and other fast food lunches that are making us fat and sick.
Salads - Start your salads with dark green leafy vegetables to make your diet rich in antioxidants and phytochemicals which protect our body from free radicals.
Soups - Having a supply of homemade soup in your refrigerator is a great way to replace unhealthy and expensive fast foods. Soups are great for lunch or dinner.
Healthy Sides - Our easy vegetable recipes are made up of simple ingredients cooked just enough in order to bring out the best flavor of each vegetable.
Muffins - No need to go without something sweet and yummy. Our muffins are high in fiber, low in fat and sugar.
Desserts - Searching for a healthier way to eat? Well, you can still enjoy a guilt free dessert every now and then.