New year, new you! After the indulgent holiday season, many of us are looking to get back on track in the new year with a healthy diet and more exercise. If you’re looking for healthy recipes to start the new year, we’ve rounded up 28 delicious ideas for you.
Practicing mindful eating? Listen to Episode 6 for tips from Jackie Vega.
Looking to move to a plant-based diet? Lean Green DAD shares tips from his family in Episode 4.
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Not sure where to start with a New Year’s resolution? Our registered dietitian, Sally, shares 5 easy ones your family can implement.
For many, after an indulgent holiday season, we’re looking forward to getting back on a healthy eating streak. If you’re looking for some healthy recipes to add to your menu in January, we have you covered.
This list has ideas for making recipes in an Instant Pot, air fryer, slow cooker and more.
Buffalo chicken goes plant-based with these tasty buffalo cauliflower lettuce wraps. All your favorite buffalo wing flavors - buffalo sauce, celery, carrots and blue cheese - get wrapped up for a crowd-pleasing appetizer.
Traditional baked potato soup gets a healthier makeover with the addition of cauliflower. Enjoy the same creamy goodness without the fuss of pre-baking the potatoes by making this soup in just 20 minutes in an Instant Pot!
When cooler weather comes, nothing is more comforting than a hearty bowl of beef stew. While many recipes of this classic dish take hours to prepare, this version is made in the Instant Pot for a delicious, healthy meal in less time.
Taquitos are a kid-friendly and easy way to get veggies into kiddos, and this homemade version is no exception. Packed with cauliflower, black beans and corn, kids will happily eat these for lunch, dinner or as a snack.
What’s easier than throwing everything into a pot and having dinner ready in 20 minutes with little to no work? This recipe for chicken lo mein will have you skipping on take-out and opting for a family-friendly, home-cooked meal instead.
With the help of a few kitchen staples, this easy weeknight dinner is on the table in just 15 minutes! Filled with veggies like peppers, onions and potatoes, and topped with melted cheese, this skillet meal will be a hit with the whole family.
The traditional meatloaf dinner with a serious upgrade by swapping in lean ground turkey, adding mushrooms and onions, and topping with a little BBQ sauce and cheese. Everything cooks on one sheet pan for easy cleanup!
Buddha bowls are full of healthy grains, veggies and protein, and really simple to make. To save time, roast the chickpeas ahead of time and store in a ziplock bag or sealed container until ready to use.
Mornings are a busy time for parents. It can be difficult to make a protein-packed breakfast and get out the door. These breakfast burritos can be made ahead of time and frozen for easy reheating and eating.
Trish is a grocery industry veteran of 15 years, specifically in the produce industry for nine, working alongside health-conscious brands. Trish is the mom of two very active boys and passionate about helping others, especially in her community, which is why she appreciates the work we do at Produce for Kids. She can be found volunteering weekly at her local food bank. Trish loves providing useful, relevant, and realistic resources to Produce for Kids followers – no parent-shaming, just inspiring new habits and celebrating wins. Find her regular contributions on the Produce for Kids Blog.