As the year comes to an end, we’ve rounded up some of our most popular dishes of 2016. Get ready to start cooking — and eat your way to good health. (Remember to follow us on Pinterest for more recipes.)
Brighten up your day with baked banana nut doughnuts with cream cheese glaze! These lightened-up treats are a tasty way to use up your ripe bananas.
Part bean salad and part salsa, cowboy caviar is a vibrant combination of black-eyed peas, corn, tomatoes, onions and avocado. Pour it over grilled honey-lime chicken for a burst of flavor.
This savory casserole is a snappy way to increase your vegetable intake for the day. Each colorful roll is stuffed with crunchy, sweet corn and refreshing tomatillo salsa. Recipe makes 4 servings at 2 enchiladas each.
Spiced apple- and walnut-infused oatmeal allows you to enjoy fall flavors any time of the year! Protein-rich skim milk and 0% Greek yogurt paired with fiber-rich oats make for a satisfying breakfast combo.
Increase any picky eater’s vegetable intake by hiding veggies in this cheesy broccoli-zucchini egg bake! Serve this stunning dish for brunch and wow your guests.
Fresh zucchini — hollowed out and filled with a savory chili loaded with lean ground beef, spicy tomatoes and beans — makes a complete low-carb, protein-packed meal. For those who like it crunchy, top your boats with crushed tortilla chips.
Loaded with chocolate chunks, crunchy almonds and toasted coconut, this trail mix is the ultimate energy-boosting snack. Enjoy it on a hike or at your next get-together — you’re bound to go bananas for this wholesome mix!
Healthy doesn’t have to mean eating plain old grilled chicken breasts everyday. Keep lunch flavorful with this easy chicken taco salad plate. It’s a one-pan wonder that’s ready in 20 minutes or less!
Recovery just got more delicious with these sweet and creamy Key lime pie bites! If you’re looking for creative ways to use your protein powder, whip up these zesty bites — they deliver roughly 8 grams of protein and 21 grams of carbs in under 200 calories.
An unbelievably simple dish with garlic, olive oil and broccoli, this recipe showcases the extreme versatility of the spiralizer and what it empowers you to make out of everyday vegetables. Bacon makes this dish all the more mouthwatering and flavorful — without blowing your daily total fat budget.
This easy one-skillet chicken dinner could be ready in less than 40 minutes tonight. Fresh flavors of thyme, lemon and parsley highlight the wholesome ingredients — chicken, carrots and potatoes — featured in this dish.
This cauliflower “mac” n cheese is made with tiny pillows of chewy gnocchi, a potato-based dumpling, instead of macaroni. This cheesy goodness is then baked to perfection. You can have a bowl of this “mac” n cheese — and eat your veggies, too!
This one-dish wonder is loaded with vitamin A from the sweet potatoes, vitamin C from the Brussels sprouts and healthy fats from the pecans. Fire up your oven, and get roastin’!
Enjoy refreshing tropical flavors with this 20-minute mango chicken. Paired with the bright flavors of mango, bell pepper, mint and lime, this satisfying and deceptively simple chicken dinner packs a protein punch with 29 grams per serving.
Lighten up your muffin game with these blueberry-oat Greek yogurt muffins. Instead of butter and oil, these moist muffins use plain Greek yogurt and almond milk. Each tender bite bursts with blueberries, making it an antioxidant-rich breakfast or snack, too.
16. TURKEY ORZO SOUP
With the aromatic veggie trifecta of onions, carrots and celery swimming in a delicious turkey- and lemon-scented broth, turkey orzo soup is a soul-warmer, perfect for a chilly night. Save time making this hearty dish by using leftover turkey meat or rotisserie chicken.