This is a list of my favorite healthy recipes for a healthy winter to help you get through them. I attribute the typical winter blues I experience to living in a very cold city, investing in good outerwear, saving for coats, going for a morning and evening walk with Marley, taking vitamin D regularly, and appreciating the beauty of the season.
I don’t meet such views every day, but sometimes I feel my face is falling off, and good comfort food doesn’t hurt.
I’m always looking for cozy, satisfying, and healthy winter recipes at this time of year, and these are damn short. Take a hint from the latest issue of Bon Appetit magazine and check out these 12 next recipes right away. This salad is cozy when it is laden with texture, color, and a little gorgonzola. Healthy fish is in demand, but I prefer not to call it that, so I checked the “12 next” recipe in the boxes.
This is still one of my favorite recipes for winter curries and seems to be right to me, as it is currently one of the most visited recipes on my blog. Check out the comments section below and comment on your thoughts on these 12 next recipes and your favorite recipes for a healthy winter.
I always add a few endive spears, but I highly recommend this little twist, and many people have left great comments on my blog, with their own ways of customizing this recipe in the slow cooker. My mother-in-law Rachel came back over the holidays for a salad and it reminded me how much I love this delicious salad with a little bit of it.
I have added canned roast chicken and beans to make a hearty main course, but the color alone is enough to convince everyone. It is a delicious combination of gorgonzola vats with a little olive oil and a touch of salt and pepper and the perfect accompaniment for a cold winter night.
Not only is the color brilliant, but it also tastes great, and it is super easy to make!
I have also added oranges and used juice, but you don’t have to, and you can also use juice from any other fruit, like oranges, lemons or even berries.
I love that I can literally throw all the ingredients for this oat dish in the slow cooker the night before and wake up in a bowl of steaming hot, creamy oatmeal. This is one of my favorite recipes for winter breakfast, and I’m sure there are many more recipes for the same reason.
I’m a big fan of this recipe because it’s so simple and delicious, but also because of the healthy ingredients in the recipe.
I’m always looking for slow-cooker oatmeal recipes that are the best way to cook, and that hits the right notes. The taste is brilliant and I make it so that I can freeze it and eat it whenever I feel like eating oatmeal.
This is a new gate – a new recipe for me because I have never been a big fan of mushrooms, but this recipe has convinced my brother-in-law and son-in-law to give goat cheese a chance.
If you want to speed up this recipe, you can replace the homemade tomato sauce with a high quality purchased. Rao’s Homemade is a great alternative to any shop-bought sauce you’ve ever enjoyed.
I prepared it today and it was absolutely delicious, with a creamy tomato sauce, sweet potatoes, and even a hint of salt and pepper.
If you can’t find garam masala, replace it with your favorite curry powder mixture, and don’t be intimidated by the fancy microgreens on top. Since the homemade soup does not have to be time-consuming or complicated, it can be prepared so easily that it can be prepared in a single tray, pan, or blender.
We are a busy vegan family and there is nothing better than crispy roast chicken in the cold winter months. We could do that on a weekday without any problems and whenever we have a spicy twist – it’s always good for that.
Keep those healthy recipes into your daily menu! They will provide you with the required nutrients, vitamins, and minerals to stay healthy in winter! And they are delicious, too!