CustomFit Clean & Tasty
No-Bake Carrot Cake
Almond Butter Fudge
Almond Coconut Protein Balls
Apple & Oatmeal Bars
Apple Banana Muffins
Apple Coconut Granola
Overnight Apple Pie Oats
Artichoke & Kale Dip
Baked Pumpkin Ginger Oatmeal
Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal Casserole
Banana Blueberry Muffins
Banana Oat Chocolate Chip Cookies
Banana Oatmeal Cookie
Barley & Asparagus Risotto
Berry Fruit Tarts
Berry Yogurt Parfait
Better than Lara Bar Cookies
Caramel Chocolate Popcorn
Coconut Vanilla Chia Pudding
Chocolate Chia Pudding
chicken salad sandwich
Chocolate Energy Truffles
Chocolate Raspberry Shake
Cinnamon, Oat & Chocolate Chip Protein Bars
Gluten Free Pancakes
Cranberry Balsamic Dressing
Creamy Crock Pot Chicken
Creamy Italian Dressing
Dark Chocolate Granola Bars
Egg White & Spinach Strata
Ezekiel Bread Stuffing
Fruity Chocolate Frozen Yogurt
Garlicky Creamed Spinach
Gingerbread Cookie Smoothie
Greek Quinoa Salad
Key Lime Pie Smoothie
Lentil Walnut Pate
Mango Smoothie Pops
Maple Balsamic Quinoa Salad
Maple Spice Muffins
Chili Lime Edamame
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
Overnight Chia Oatmeal
Overnight Maple Cinnamon Oatmeal
Overnight Steel Cut Oats
Pumpkin & Kale Croquettes
Pumpkin Black Bean Soup
Salsa Verde Chicken Tamales
Spinach & Kale Dip
Sushi Roll w/Avocado & Asparagus
Sweet Potato Hummus
Sweet Potato Mini Cheesecake
Turkey Stuffed Peppers
Wheat Berry Salad
Breakfast Corn Pudding
Apple & Oatmeal BarsThese keep well in the freezer! Take out for a quick breakfast, snack or dessert.
Barley & Asparagus RisottoIf you have leftovers, they make a very tasty breakfast egg dish. Whisk together ¾ C. egg whites, 2 whole eggs, and ¼ C. skim milk. Put 1 ½ - 2 Cups of leftover risotto in a baking dish and poor the egg mixture over it. Bake at 350 until set – about 20 minutes.
Brownie BallsTo serve these as a dessert, you might want to roll them in unsweetened coconut flakes or ground nuts to make them look pretty on a plate.
Edamame GuacamoleI served this with jicama “chips”. You can find jicama in the produce section by the other root vegetables. It is oblong-ish and brown. It is a little hard to peel – I usually use a knife to get it started, then peel the skin off.
Ezekiel Bread StuffingLeftovers are great for bacon wrapped stuffing bites: mix 2 C. stuffing with 2 T. egg whites, mix and scoop 1 T. onto 1/2 slice nitrate free turkey bacon. Roll & secure with toothpick. Bake @ 375 degrees for 10-15 min.
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie CupsYou fill these cups with whatever you want. I think chopped apples with cinnamon would be delicious! I store these in the freezer and pull them out for a quick breakfast. My kids liked these filled with banana chocolate Chobani yogurt ☺.
Overnight Chia OatmealThis is a great recipe for the busy person who wants a healthy breakfast on the go!
Pomegranate RelishA great topping for beef, chicken, turkey, pork and seafood! Add this festive nutrient-packed relish to your holiday tables in place of traditional cranberry sauce, which is typically drowned in added sugars.
Salsa Verde Chicken TamalesTip: Masa harina is a type of corn flour that has been treated with lime water. Look for brands that list ground corn and lime as the only ingredients. Tip: Refrigerate leftover cooled tamales in husks for up to 3 days, or transfer to freezer bags and freeze for up to 2 months. To reheat, spread thawed tamales in their husks on a baking sheet and heat at 350 for 8-10 min. Alternatively, microwave in their husks for 1 min. in high.
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Healthy food does not need to be boring and tasteless! These recipes are a compilation of the recipes that I have brought to my bootcamp classes as "snack" every week to show that healthy, nutritious food CAN be delicious! By using clean ingredients (whole, unprocessed foods without artificial ingredients), your body will perform at it's best and you will reap the benefits in many ways.