You can also make a spinach salad and eat it cold. Same healthy benefits, same great eating. Sweet Garlic Dressing is little bit of cider vinegar and a little sugar to give this wonderful dressing for your spinach salad a nice sweet touch.
Coconuts are an excellent source of good saturated fats and helps boost your immune system. Combined with lemongrass, chiles, and ginger, give this fragrant, spicy soup with authentic Asian flavor.
The basic green salad remains a staple because it’s fresh, quick, easy, and even healthy; it doesn’t even really require whisking up vinaigrette, though of course using one instead of the oil, vinegar, and seasonings listed here won’t hurt.
Quesadillas are the perfect meal when you need something fast, healthy, and easy to make. You can lighten up traditional quesadillas by reducing the amount of cheese, using corn or smaller tortillas, and adding fresh vegetables, and a spicy or mild salsa.
Who isn’t a fan of cheesy nachos? But if you want to add a serious upgrade to this Mexican finger food, try adding some delicious shrimp.
For most people, a shrimp cocktail can be part of a healthy diet. It’s low-mercury content makes it an attractive option. That and some zesty cocktail sauce makes the dish a seafood delight.
Broccoli is a nutritional wonder. It contains a high amount of potassium, which helps maintain a healthy nervous system and optimal brain function, as well as enhancing regular muscle growth. Put it in a blender along with these other fabulous ingredients, and you’ve got a great, tasty healthy soup.
Studies have shown that eating a low-calorie vegetable-based soup before your main meal, helps you consume up to 20% less calories at a meal. Basically the bulk of the soup helps to fill us up so we eat less.
Chili is great on cold and hot days. To make it healthier use lean ground turkey meat in combination with those wonderful beans and spices. If you want to make it even healthier, try brown rice.