If you’re hoping to improve your health, these 21-Day Fix recipes are a real game-changer. Between the tacos and pasta, you won’t believe it’s healthy eating!
After all, food-restrictive diets are sad and unsustainable. Wouldn’t you rather cut back, be healthy, and still get to eat delicious foods?
I know I would, and with 21-Day Fix, you get plenty of fruit, veggies, and even carbs!
So, stop yo-yo dieting and try these fantastic 21-Day Fix recipes instead. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
The best thing about tacos is that corn tortillas are diet-friendly and insanely yummy.
Plus, you can eat anything in them, from shrimp to roasted sweet potatoes.
This recipe uses shredded chicken, black beans, avocado, salsa, and lettuce, for a straightforward and scrumptious so-cal dinner that’s crazy-easy.
Pretty much anything with cheese is a good time in my book, and this broccoli cheddar soup does not disappoint.
It’s also a serious contender to the popular Panera Bread soup.
Whether you have this for lunch or dinner, don’t be afraid to add a piece of french bread because the 21-Day Fix program is here to let us live our best lives.
This dish is a beautiful dinner option no matter the season (or the temperature outside).
It’s excellent in the Crockpot, so you can leave it to simmer while you go about your day.
But it’s just as yummy when made on the stove.
Enjoy zucchini, spinach, celery, carrots, and parmesan blended with shredded chicken for a colorful and satisfying meal.
In need of a vacation? Take a trip to the Caribbean with these mango salsa-topped fish tacos.
This recipe can be made in three ways: in the oven, on the stovetop, or the Air Fryer.
Either way, the mahi-mahi will be tender and flaky.
Finish with a tangy and sweet salsa of mango, red cabbage, lime, and avocado.
If you have this for lunch, you’ll be left feeling relaxed and rejuvenated for the rest of the workday.
Want to cook a special date night dinner without sacrificing your program guidelines?
This dish is an excellent option for when you want something indulgent that isn’t too calorific.
The shrimp are cooked in a blend of spices and chicken broth and topped with cilantro for a delicious protein you can pair with anything.
I think brown rice or noodles would make a terrific option.
I love cooking salmon because it’s super versatile. Make it into tacos, serve it with potatoes, or throw it in pasta for something filling and hearty,
Or, make it light and sunny with this delicious lemon salmon dinner recipe.
The lemon zest and juice brightens and elevates this dish, making it perfect with a hearty salad or rice pilaf.
This is the kind of mouthwatering dish that keeps me from pulling out the Chinese take-out menu – and the leftovers are even better the next day.
Even if you’re running on an empty stomach and want to make it fresh, this dish will be in your hands in 30 minutes.
I bet that’s faster than any Uber Eats driver could reach your door.
I know that using lettuce instead of tortillas and bread is a low-calorie option, but it’s not always satisfying.
Luckily, with this chunky and filling chicken salad, you’ll be more than full when you’re done.
This dish is chock-full of apples, rotisserie chicken, and purple grapes.
Then it’s topped with sliced almonds and coated in a creamy yogurt-based dressing for the dreamiest afternoon pick me up.
This lemon chicken might be pale in color, but there’s nothing bland about the flavors.
Steep boneless chicken breasts in a broth with butter, lemon zest and juice, and fresh parsley for a dependable meal that’s even gluten-free when you use rice flour.
Are you tired of making two different meals during the week because your kids have different preferences?
This dish is the deconstructed life hack that will save you time in the kitchen.
There is no shortage of toppings in this bowl brimming with black beans, corn, bell peppers, onion, tomato, cilantro, and chicken.
Make it spicy, make it plain, just make sure to make it!
Trust me, even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy a bowl of tender, juicy chicken, corn, and cheese.
This is the perfect sauce to have on hand during the week.
With just a few ingredients, like olive oil, garlic, onions, and fresh basil, it’s a healthy start to all kinds of meals.
I like to make this on Sunday and use it in baked ziti, on chicken parmesan, and even with my favorite meatballs.
If you prefer a little spice, add some red pepper or parmesan to diversify the flavor.
If you’re looking for a hearty side dish for your next summer BBQ, this healthy take on a Greek pasta salad is the one to try.
Using penne noodles, this dish is wonderfully filling. That’s even more true when adding feta, olives, roasted tomatoes, and broccoli.
Serve it alongside chicken skewers and charred corn on the cob for a cool, laid-back dinner.
Just because you’re trying to be healthy doesn’t mean you have to sit with a salad while the family devours a big pasta dish.
Packed with sharp cheddar cheese, ground beef, and green chiles in tomato sauce, this yummy enchilada pasta will be a sure-fire hit with everyone at the table.
How many times have you bought and thrown out a bag of kale? We all have such good intentions, but it somehow always turns to mush.
But with this kale and turkey sausage dish, you won’t want to wait to use that bag of greens.
Quick and easy, you could even use chicken sausage if you want a flavor boost.
I think we can all agree that the Instant Pot is a godsend, right? Seriously, how did our parents cook full meals every night without it?
Thanks to this incredible appliance, you can make all kinds of seemingly complicated recipes with just a few minutes of prep.
Don’t believe me? Try this terrific beef and broccoli recipe.
Stock up on shallots, ginger, flank steak, and beef stock and get ready to eat in less than thirty minutes.
Holiday dinners don’t have to equal an extra two inches on your waistline – at least not with this dish!
Roast a boneless beef chuck with carrots and baby potatoes for an all-in-one meal dripping in savory gravy.
This may be a breakfast casserole, but it’s screaming “lazy leftover dinner” to me.
Some dishes are even better the next day after the flavors marinate, and this recipe is definitely one of them.
Grab a deep oven dish and layer beans, ground turkey, veggies, cheese, and scrambled eggs, and bake it on low for an hour for a luxurious meal you can enjoy all week long.
Tuna is a great skinny protein option but sometimes can be a bit lackluster.
This casserole dresses it up for a mouthwatering meal that takes advantage of pantry staples.
Take joy in shelled pasta with kale, mushroom, peas, and chunky light tuna smothered in parmesan cheese and topped with panko breadcrumbs.
These are ideal for meal prep or to make on the weekends for a late morning breakfast.
Made with ripe bananas, oats, and eggs, it’s a plate that will cut calories but keep you stuffed, so you have room for a mimosa or bloody mary as well.
Worried you’ll have to break up with burgers to stay true to the 21-fix? Think again!
This recipe calls for grass-fed lean ground sirloin to reduce the fat content and stuffs the beef with blue cheese to keep it moist and juicy.
Lose your mind over these cheesy fresh patties and toppings of your choice for a burger even Guy Fieri would approve of.
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