We’ve gathered some of our favorite healthy recipes to share with anyone who is interested. “Healthy” can mean a lot of different things, but we’re focusing on vegetable-forward, colorful, protein-rich meals with healthy fats and carbohydrates that taste really good!

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winter briam

Briam is a traditional Greek dish made with roasted summer vegetables. We’ve updated the recipe to use produce that’s in season right now! Briam is delicious on its own, piled on top of roasted chicken, or baked with eggs.

Grilled Salmon salad with tzatziki-feta dressing

Grilled salmon sits atop a rainbow of veggies in this main-course salad. Plus, you get to make the dressing from scratch – it’s super easy and super worth it.

Banana Beet Muffins

These whole wheat muffins feature secret veggies (antioxidant rich beets!) and are free of refined sugars and dairy.

Sonoma Chickpea Salad

Our take on Sonoma Chicken Salad is totally plant-based, oil-free, and mayo-free. Serve over lightly dressed greens, on a hearty whole grain bread, or eat straight up.

Roasted Chicken and Sweet Potato Bowl with Mojo Sauce

With greens, grains, hearty vegetables, and protein this bowl is deeply nourishing and super satisfying. You’ll get multiple meals out of this recipe since the individual components of this bowl can he mixed and matched with things you already have on hand!

Butternut squash mac and “cheese”

Butternut squash is the base for this dreamy plant-based “cheese” sauce. Adding greens makes this comfort classic a nutritional powerhouse!

Turkey Sausage, Chevre, and Veggie Lasagna

Lighten up classic lasagna with turkey sausage and veggies! This recipe is written to be gluten free and enjoyed by all.

Chickpea Tikka Masala with Green Rice

If you’re cooking for 1 or 2, this recipe will yield plenty of leftovers. Warmly spiced chickpeas pair perfectly with rice that’s hiding a whole bag of spinach.

Kale Salad with ginger miso dressing

Serve as a side or on its own, this salad is packed with phytonutrients (the good stuff from plants) and flavor! If you’re serving as a side, pair with baked tofu, grilled salmon, or portabella steaks.