We are ringing in the New Year with a week full of yummy dishes with healthy twists on some of our classic favorites.
Breakfast Recipe One: Breakfast Taco Meat with Potatoes
The great thing about taco meat is that you can make them with just about anything and can eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. For this recipe, we served it with oven-baked potato slices and sauteed bell peppers. However, you can easily make this with scrambled eggs and add some beans, salsa, and avocado. You can also serve it in a tortilla wrap and make it the perfect breakfast to go.
Breakfast Recipe Two: Air Fryer Honey Glazed Grapefruit with Yogurt & Cashews
This Air Fryer Grapefruit recipe is going to liven up your breakfast morning! Eating fruit is always a great way to start your morning. This meal is warm, juicy, and has a great pop of flavor. The sweetness of the honey pairs well with the bitter citrus flavors. Top it off with some greek yogurt and cashews for some creaminess and crunchiness all in one bite.
Lunch Recipe One: Chile Rubbed Cod with Grapefruit Coleslaw
This chile-rubbed cod with a fresh grapefruit coleslaw is perfect for a light and flavorful lunch during the weekday. The recipe starts with a flavorful dry rub using spices that you most likely already have in your pantry. Then it is dredged in corn starch to add a golden brown crisp when we pan fry it in a hot pan. It’s served on top of a refresh grapefruit coleslaw that makes any winter day bright.
Lunch Recipe Two: Beef Zucchini Nachos
Here is a low carb twist on a classic favorite. Nachos are usually deemed as unhealthy, but this version is full of veggies and still packed with the familiar flavors that we love in nachos. We’ve got perfectly seasoned ground beef with sweet bell peppers layered on top of roasted zucchini slices instead of chips. Just add your favorite toppings such as shredded cheese, guacamole, or salsa.
Dinner Recipe One: Ground Beef Cabbage Stir Fry
If you’re struggling to get vegetables into your diet, then you’re going to enjoy this beef cabbage stir fry. It’s full of vegetables and has a lot of great flavors. There are several vegetable options for veggies that you can use for stir fry. For this recipe, we used a mix of green and red cabbage. You can easily add sliced mushrooms, shredded carrots, and green beans. This is an easy meal that you can have in less than 15 minutes.
Dinner Recipe Two: Air Fryer Sweet & Sour Chicken Wings
This is an amazing recipe with crispy chicken coated in a sweet and sour sauce. The best part of the sauce can easily be made from some common pantry staples. All you need is canned pineapple, ketchup, rice vinegar, soy sauce, and sugar. Cooking the chicken wings in the air fryer is so simple and all you have to do is toss them in the sauce. In less than 20 minutes you have a healthier and tastier version of this classic take out meal.
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