This easy breakfast – or lunch! – makes for one well-rounded meal.
Flaky biscuits and an herb-infused butter come together to make one seriously nutritious (and energy-boosting) side.
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Chef Bai (Bailey Ruskus) shares one of her favorite vegan recipes from her plant-based cookbook Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!
It’s totally possible to cook a deeply flavorful, wholly satisfying soup in half an hour! This recipe makes it incredibly easy to achieve.
Can’t decide if you want to have tacos, a sandwich or a slice of pizza? This meal is all three in one tasty, Paleo-approved meal.
Savory, simple and Paleo-friendly, this satisfying breakfast is going to become your go-to for weekend brunches.
Ready, set, blend! Shake up your usual smoothie routine and drink yourself healthy.
These savory cabbage pancakes are a twist on the traditional dish from Osaka, Japan. The name okonomiyaki translates to “grilled as you like it,” as there are a number of variations depending on region and preference. The original dish uses wheat flour, but here we use coconut flour and arrowroot instead.
Cashew butter and an array of cooked vegetables are blended into a creamy sauce that’s drizzled over these nachos made from sliced sweet potatoes. You may have some leftover sauce, but it’s great reheated and poured over roasted vegetables or drizzled over chili. Simply cover and refrigerate and then reheat on the stove top.
This veggie-rich salad with pops of dried cherries can be fully assembled and dressed the night before. Store-bought rotisserie chicken makes it hassle-free, too.
This meatless lasagna uses a genius swap for wheat noodles (hello, sweet potatoes!) for the ultimate healthy twist on this classic comfort food.
Sweet potato wedges glazed with maple and vanilla are a healthier take on the traditional sticky-sweet marshmallow-topped casseroles. The sweet potatoes can be roasted up to a day in advance and reheated with the glaze just before serving. Spice-roasted pecans add crunch, but they are optional.
Is sweet potato crust the new cauli crust? Say hello to the newest alternative to traditional pizza.
The classic shrimp cocktail gets a twist with a spicy, fresh Mexican pico de gallo and baked homemade sweet potato chips.
Red lentils add protein to this meatless main with cauliflower and sweet potatoes. Making your own paste with chiles, ginger and garlic adds heaps of flavor to the dish with just a whirl in the food processor. Serve the curry with whole-grain naan or pita bread.
Our peri peri-roasted chicken employs Portuguese cooking techniques but uses African ingredients. You'll love the tangy, spicy sauce served alongside sweet potatoes and kale.
Smoky planked salmon with butter-topped sweet potatoes looks fancy, but this family-style dinner couldn’t be easier. Here, we serve it with grilled asparagus to round out the meal.
Ingredients like black beans, Greek yogurt and turkey chorizo sausage pack lot of protein into this easy breakfast dish.
This rich, beautifully balanced recipe keeps it as simple as can be, using only one pot and an immersion blender to make it all come together on the stove top.
Want to do some easy batch cooking with your Instant Pot? Omit the sweet potatoes and broccoli and double the zesty chicken and barbecue sauce ingredients – the leftovers freeze beautifully.
Be sure to use almond flour, which is made from finely ground skinned raw almonds, rather than almond meal, which is coarser and often made from skin-on almonds. Cook and mash the sweet potato the night before so you can easily whip up these pancakes in the morning.
This balanced sweet potato fries and dip recipe from Veronica Bosgraaf's new cookbook, Pure Food, provides protein from yogurt, and fiber, healthy carbs and antioxidants from the sweet potatoes and spices. The sweet potato "fries" are actually baked with olive oil and curry, and you can easily adjust the recipe to serve one or 10!
Rainbow chard, sweet potatoes and dried unsweetened apricots, plums and figs fortify this comforting stew with a bevy of bone-strengthening vitamins and minerals.
Zucchini is packed with moisture, so be sure to squeeze the flesh dry to remove the excess water. It takes only a minute and will ensure you get perfectly crispy fritters. Don’t worry about peeling the zucchini before you grate it – the peel is loaded with fiber and antioxidants and adds a nice texture to the fritters. Serve with a dollop of tangy sour cream with chives for an ultra-satisfying weeknight meal.
Egg adds a protein boost while avocado acts as a healthy source of fats in this hearty toast recipe that is sure to please. Looking for a gluten-free option? CE has got you covered!
Black beans add a delicious punch of protein to these meatless burgers while sweet potato gives them a subtle sweetness. Spicy oven fries and a zesty avocado mash round out the meal.
Chicken salad gets an upgrade in this recipe that combines slightly tart pomegranate seeds with creamy feta cheese and root vegetables.
For a lighter (yet still crispy!) take on tempura, we’ve coated sweet potato in panko and baked it instead of using the traditional frying technique. Wasabi powder, or Japanese horseradish, adds authentic flavor and a punch of heat to the dressing.
Craving something creamy? We have some tricks up our sleeves to bring you a healthy, protein-packed dinner full of flavor and richness but not full of fat!
Tart green apple and rich caramelized onions compliment sweet and salty orange and soy sauce-infused pork in this tropics-inspired Clean Eating recipe. A single serving of this fiber-rich luau meal offers 40% of your daily recommended intake of selenium. The micro-mineral has been shown to promote the repair of DNA cells and the destruction of abnormal cells, which may help reduce your risk of cancer.
Our healthy take on chicken soup will have you feeling better in no time.
Rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, and blood sugar-regulating properties, sweet potatoes add a sweetness to both the holiday table and your health! These 7 scrumptious, satisfying, and sophisticated sides showcase sweet potato's natural, full bodied sweetness without adding extra sugar and fat.
The Triple-Threat Nutrient: A member of the morning glory family, sweet potatoes have high levels of beta-carotene, a nutrient-rich carotenoid. Beta-carotene, which is converted to vitamin A in the body, helps promote healthy eyes, skin and a strong immune system.