From cheesesteak and French toast to nachos and curry, these Beachbody recipes prove that healthy food doesn’t have to be boring.
They’re delicious, nutritious, and, better still, will help you stay on track with your health and fitness goals.
If you’re already following a Beachbody container program, you’ll see that each recipe has the relative color containers listed.
If not, no worries! These Beachbody recipes are great for everyone, whether you’re on a fitness and health journey or not.
Either way, healthy has never looked – or tasted – so good!
Tacos are delicious, and you can customize them in so many ways, so you’ll never get bored. Plus, they’re so easy to make healthy!
These chicken tacos are easy to make and big on flavor.
The chicken is moist, smokey, a little spicy, and made in the slow cooker, so you have more time for other things.
Serve with pico de gallo, avocados, plain Greek yogurt (sour cream substitute), and a bit of lime.
Goodbye traditional tuna sandwiches! These 21 Day Fix red bell pepper and tuna wraps are all you’ll ever need.
This recipe uses avocado and sweet red bell pepper to take your tuna to the next level.
It is creamy, delicious, and filled with healthy fats and protein to satiate your hunger. Plus, the fresh vegetables add a satisfying crunch.
Feel free to add other herbs or other seasonings to switch it up. I recommend dill!
Did you know that eating certain vegetables raw can count as NEGATIVE calories?
That means you actually burn more calories chewing something than you gain from consuming it. So, this delicious, low-calorie veggie wrap is ideal for any diet or fitness plan.
Loaded with nutrient-dense raw vegetables, antioxidant-rich quinoa, and protein-filled hummus, it’s fresh, earthy, and herbaceous.
Plus, all of the raw veggies give this wrap the most satisfying crunch.
If your mornings are often rushed, why not make breakfast the night before?
Overnight oats are a delicious and healthy breakfast, and all you have to do in the morning is take it out of the fridge.
The base recipe calls for gluten-free oats, unsweetened vanilla almond milk, cinnamon, and a natural sweetener.
From there, your topping options are endless.
Chocolate chips, shredded coconut, nuts, seeds, granola, fresh fruit, peanut butter… pick one or pick them all!
This Southwestern breakfast casserole is another excellent recipe that will make your mornings easier.
Prepare the pan the night before, put it in the oven in the morning, and you’ll have a delicious breakfast in about an hour.
You’ll love the smokey flavor and blend of ground turkey and black beans.
Top it with salsa, avocado, and Greek yogurt for a delectable and healthy breakfast!
Save some money and skip the Starbucks line with these amazing bacon and egg bites.
These little guys pack a protein punch with bacon, egg, cheese, Greek yogurt, and cottage cheese. Add your favorite veggies, and you have a well-rounded and delicious breakfast.
These freeze and reheat very well, so they’re great for meal-prepping if you need to save some time during the week.
French toast is one of my favorite breakfasts of all time. I like it sweet and chocolatey!
Sadly, it isn’t very healthy. Luckily, these mini French toast casserole cups are a game-changer.
This recipe uses Ezekiel bread which is brimming with good grains. Its slightly dry texture soaks up the egg mixture beautifully.
Sweeten with Stevia, honey, or maple syrup and top with fresh fruit, seeds, or nuts.
Much like the chicken tacos from earlier, these chicken fajitas are made in the slow cooker and are chock-full of flavor!
Serve them with your favorite salsa and guacamole!
These summery fish tacos balance sweet, spicy, and savory elements to create an utterly delectable addition to your dinner rotation.
Flaky white fish marinated in a cilantro-lime sauce is the star of the show and something you’ll crave again and again.
It’s accompanied by a homemade sweet and spicy mango salsa and topped with tangy cilantro-lime yogurt sauce.
This dinner will transport you to a shoreside paradise. All you need now is a margarita!
Traditional Philly cheesesteaks have the reputation of being cheesy, greasy, and horrible for your body – but fantastic for your soul.
Well, now you can have this delicious sandwich without worrying about how it will affect your waistline.
This recipe uses fresh veggies, lean steak, a slice of provolone cheese, and a whole-grain roll to give you the taste you love, but at a fraction of the calories.
If you love Chinese take-out, then this is the recipe for you!
This chicken fried “rice” has all of the best parts of regular fried rice, but with more veggies!
The cauliflower, peas, carrots, and onions add tons of antioxidants, while the eggs and chicken add protein to help build lean muscle and keep you full.
Enjoy all of the spicy goodness of Buffalo Wings without the guilt! But, can it really be true?
Spicy and meaty, these chicken bites are delicious, especially if you serve them with sweet potato fries and homemade Greek yogurt ranch.
These are sure to be a hit with your friends and family!
This bacon-chicken-Ranch-inspired recipe is so darn good it’s addictive.
Shredded chicken, turkey bacon, cheddar cheese, cottage cheese, and Greek yogurt combine so well that this dish tastes exactly like its less-healthy cousin.
The best part is that you can serve it in so many ways and incorporate it into any number of other dishes.
Try it in stuffed peppers, as a flatbread, or even as a dip!
Egg salad is a lunch staple in many households because it’s cheap, easy, and filled with protein.
This healthy egg salad swaps the traditional mayonnaise for tangy Greek yogurt. It is a simple swap, but it makes all the difference.
Add your favorite hot sauce for a bit of zing!
There’s nothing like a steaming bowl of chicken soup when it comes to comfort food.
Rich broth, hearty vegetables, bright salsa, fluffy rice, and tender rotisserie chicken make this particular soup one you ABSOLUTELY need to add to your repertoire.
Usually, spinach and artichoke dip would not be considered a healthy food. However, this recipe blows that stigma out of the water!
Rather than copious amounts of cream cheese, you’ll blend cottage cheese and Greek yogurt. It might sound weird, but trust me, it is just as luscious as the original.
Loaded with fresh veggies and shredded chicken, this healthy soup is comforting and scrumptious.
Feel free to change the vegetables depending on the season and what you have at home.
You can also make this in the Crock-Pot for a dump-and-go recipe.
This recipe is like your traditional barbeque chicken, but with a zingy kick! And did I mention that it’s good for you, too?
Packed with protein, this dish also features cruciferous cabbage- a vegetable loaded with health benefits.
Lean chicken is drenched in a zippy barbeque sauce, featuring both adobo and chipotle. This is balanced by a refreshing cilantro slaw.
Typical Thai flavors are an exciting balance between sweet, spicy, salty, and sour. And this Thai curry carrot soup highlights that balance perfectly.
A blend of carrot, ginger, peanut, garlic, and curry will tantalize your taste buds and warm your belly. This soup is sure to wow at your next meal.
Add sriracha if you want to turn up the heat!
I think there’s a “famous meatloaf” recipe passed down through every family in the United States.
Meatloaf is a household staple, after all, because it’s sweet, savory, hearty, and rather nostalgic.
This tasty gluten-free version is served on a bed of finely-sliced root vegetables, which might sound odd, but it makes it extra scrumptious and filling.
Plus, it adds a nice pop of color and some fun texture to a normally soft meal.
Crush it at your next potluck with this easy Crock-Pot chili.
Lean ground meat, sautéed veggies, and a slew of spices combine in this recipe to send your taste buds to Flavorville.
It might be low-calorie, but it sure doesn’t taste that way!
Crispy, saucy, and smothered with cheese, you really can’t go wrong with chicken parmesan.
This recipe swaps some of the higher-calorie ingredients, like breadcrumbs, for lower-calorie options, like Panko.
Although this recipe is healthier, it still tastes like heaven!
Serve it as is or alongside your favorite alternative noodles, like zucchini noodles or spaghetti squash.
Rich and creamy eef stroganoff is excellent on a cold evening…or really any evening.
This 21 Day Fix recipe might be low-calorie, but it still features melt-in-your-mouth beef and a gorgeous sauce.
Since you make it in the Instant Pot, your dinner will be done in less than an hour.
If you don’t have an Instant Pot, you can definitely make this in a slow-cooker (8 hours on low, 4 hours on high).
Nachos are the perfect party food! I mean, how can you go wrong with tortilla chips and oodles of melted cheese, right?
Well, it’s not exactly helpful if you’re trying to cut back. Luckily, this healthy sheet pan version is sure to curb your cravings and please friends and family alike.
It features homemade chips, a variety of veggies (including some sneaky cauliflower), and your choice of ground meat.
These chicken drumsticks are fresh, vibrant, and finger-licking-good.
Since this is an Instant Pot recipe, you don’t have to marinate the chicken before cooking it. Instead, the steam will infuse the meat with delicious flavor as the pot pressurizes.
When it’s done, you’re left with delicious cilantro and lime sauce and juicy chicken drumsticks.
If you don’t have an Instant Pot, these babies grill nicely or bake really well in the oven. Just make sure to marinate your chicken beforehand.
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