18 Easy, Healthy Meals Anyone Can Make In 2017

Step away from the detox diet.

The start of a new year doesn’t have to mean an end to delicious food you actually want to eat.

The start of a new year doesn't have to mean an end to delicious food you actually want to eat.

Even if some of your resolutions involve wanting to make some changes to your diet.

And to prove it, we asked people who love food — food bloggers, nutrition coaches, and dietitians — their favorite things to make and eat to start the new year with healthy deliciousness.

Here's what they shared with us:

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Sweet Potato Chickpea Curry

Sweet Potato Chickpea Curry

“This recipe looks long, but the part that takes the longest is actually roasting the sweet potatoes. The rest is a cinch!

Everyone should be eating more plants, and this recipe will help you do just that. It gets its creamy texture from the puréed sweet potatoes and coconut milk, and you can dial up the spice as much as you want! The chickpeas are super filling, and the combination of spicy and sweet is addictive!

The recipe makes a big batch, so you can toss some into the freezer for those nights when you don't want to cook, or even for lunches at work! CURRY FOR DAYS!”

Get the recipe here.

—Abby Langer, RD, of Abby Langer Nutrition in Toronto

abbylangernutrition.com

Thai Quinoa Salad

Thai Quinoa Salad

“This recipe for Thai Quinoa Salad is a hit, no matter where I go. It’s perfect for weekday lunches or as a side or for sharing at a potluck. Specifically, the addition of edamame beans (usually found in the frozen section of the grocery store) makes this salad hearty enough to be a meal. A ½ cup serving of edamame beans offers about 12 grams of protein. Score!”

Get the recipe here.

—Nita Sharda, RD, owner of Carrots and Cake Balanced Nutrition Consulting

carrotsandcake.ca

Salmon with Lemon Mustard Dill Sauce

Salmon with Lemon Mustard Dill Sauce

“Whenever I'm craving a dinner that's delicious but also really healthy, my go-to is my salmon with lemon mustard dill sauce. It's ready in minutes and will win over even people who don't think they like fish!”

Get the recipe here.

—Anne Mauney, MPH, RD, founder of fANNEtasticfood.com

fannetasticfood.com


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