I need some good recipes that are healthy?

Moving out soon and wanting to have a few good recipes that are HEALTHY so that I can cook and stay in shape while working out. Any ideas on energy-boosting, healthy recipes. Thanks!

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8 Responses to “I need some good recipes that are healthy?”

  1. Mean Mr. Mustard said:

    Vegetables.

  2. Kate T. said:

    QUICK CASSEROLE DELIGHT
    1/2 lb ground beef (or ground turkey or chicken)
    1 14.5 oz can of tomato sauce (slightly larger than a regular soup can)
    1 can of Cream of Chicken soup
    1 can of corn, drained
    cheese (either sliced or grated)
    12 oz spaghetti noodles
    Cook the ground meat thoroughly, drain excess fat. Cook approximately 12 oz of spaghetti noodles according to package directions.
    In a casserole dish, mix all the ingredients together except the cheese. Put the cheese on top.
    Cover and bake at 350°F for about 1/2 hour.

    TUNA SALAD LETTUCE WRAP
    1 1/2 tsp classic Ceasar Salad dressing
    1/2 can of tuna
    2 baby carrots, chopped
    2 lettuce leaves
    3 olives
    1/2 roma tomato
    1/2 tsp each garlic powder
    1/2 tsp basil leaves
    1/2 tsp ground black pepper
    1/2 tsp salt
    In a small bowl, combine tuna, chopped carrot, olives, and tomato. Chop one of the lettuce leaves and add.
    Spinkle with remaining spices, salad dressing, then mix thoroughly.
    Using the other lettuce leaf, place tuna salad in tne center, and then fold and enjoy.

  3. Jackie said:

    Here’s a website where you can type in healthy ingredients and it will show you recipes with those ingredients in them http://allrecipes.com/Search/Ingredients.aspx
    Also you can go to http://allrecipes.com/ to find any kind of recipe you want
    It’s all free by the way 🙂

  4. Carol said:

    Try MyFridgeFood – it has a lot of easy recipes using what’s already in the kitchen. You can sort the results by the nutritional info. It really helped me when I was dieting – higher carbs = more energy. Counting the cals is what helped me. Hope it helps 🙂

  5. Kathy Miller said:

    You might want to try one of these healthy chili recipes. With all the beans and veggies many chili recipes are low in fat and calories yet full of protein.

    This site has several great chili recipes for a balanced healthy diet
    http://www.chili-everyway.com/balanced-healthy-diet.html

    If you want more veggies in your chili try this trick
    http://www.chili-everyway.com/Children-eating-healthy.html

    A great energy boosting snack is a toasted pumpkin seed recipe. I like to keep a batch in my car in a glad container and eat a handful before working out
    http://www.chili-everyway.com/pumpkin-seed-recipe.html

  6. Marc G said:

    Here’s a great recipe for Pad Thai that I found. It is very easy to make and comes out great!

    http://lafango.com/chefjaice#/media/336389-binas-pad-thai

    Hope this helps!

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