We don't know about you but we may, or may not (we'll never tell!) have overindulged in a few too many holiday treats. Now it's time to seek out some, still delicious, but maybe a little bit more healthy recipes to enjoy. First let's talk snacks. We love these baked brussels sprouts chips.Try these baked apple chips. Delicious!The flavor of these baked parmesan and wasabi edamame is out of this world.We lovingly nicknamed this hummus, pizza hummus. Yep. Try this, you're gonna love it. Here's three ideas for a filled avocado salad. Try these sweet and salty baked banana chips.Feeling adventurous? Try this beet and goat cheese hummus.What about something more substantial? Try a spicy edamame burger. We love the bright flavors of this strawberry and balsamic vinaigrette. Apparently we are a little bit beet obsessed. But that's ok, right? Love love this warm beet salad. If you're needing to warm up this winter try one of these vegetarian chilis. One of my favorite fast (and health) dinners is this brussels and quinoa salad. We love this fresh ginger salad dressing.Need a healthy side dish alternative? Try baked french fries. Try this basil and persimmon winter salad. One of my favorite, non traditional side dishes are these thai inspired green beans. Here's another awesome dinner option for the cold winter months: black bean soup. For a lighter option we highly recommend this citrus salad. We love fish at our house and one of my very favorite options is this pecan encrusted tilapia. Yum!Getting bored of salads? This one is super different and delicious: sushi salad. A fun breakfast option is smoothies! We love this triple berry smoothie.Here's a few ideas for baked fruit. This could be an awesome breakfast or a lighter dessert option.How about a green apple + spinach smoothie? If you're in a hurry try making this coffee shop inspired oatmeal. Make it a goal this year to drink more water. And when it gets boring try making your own infused water with your favorite flavors.
Have a happy and healthy New Year!