Healthy Summer Recipes You Will Love To Try!

Eating healthy doesn't have to be boring, it can be yummy and satisfying as you enjoy trying new delicious recipes all summer long. Now is the time to get out and visit your local farmer's market and try out new vegetables and load up on tons of fruit. Here are just a few summer recipes to get you started and make your taste buds happy.

* Above you can see spreading your favorite hummus spread on toast and topping it with fruit is a wonderful way to kick off your day.

 * Green Bowl Recipe
1 banana (fresh or frozen)
½ an avocado
1 cup or more of greens, I use pre-washed kale and spinach – makes it really easy
A few frozen strawberries or whatever fruit you like
A scoop of protein powder, I like the Jay Robb vanilla flavor
A few drops of stevia
And a dash of coconut milk or milk of choice, since we want this to be thicker than a smoothie add less liquid.

Topping ideas:
Mix it up every time to keep it fresh and fun.
Sliced banana
Diced peach
Shredded coconut
Goji berries

* Zucchini Pasta Recipe
There are many recipes out there for how to make the perfect zucchini pasta
Use a spirliazer or julienne slicer to cut noodles into thin strips (best rated spirliazer on amazon:
Dehydrate the noodles - if you don’t do this, they will be slimy and won’t taste as good.
Method one: Put zucchini on a baking tray, sprinkle with a little salt and put in oven at 200 degrees for 15 minutes.
Method 2: generously salt noodles and leave out for 15 minutes, rinse off salt with water and pat dry with paper towels.
After dehydrating the noodles put in salted, boiling water for 4 minutes. Serve with sauce and toppings of choice. 

* Carrot Apple Salad
1 part shredded carrot with 1 part shredded green apple. Dressing is 1-2 tbs of olive oil, juice of one lime and 1-2 cloves of fresh pressed garlic. YUM!

Website where you can get great recipe inspiration is 

* Lemon Water Hack / Frozen Lemon Water
Juice a bowl of lemons at one time – you can get a juicer like the one I used for only $15 from amazon
Pour into ice cube tray and freeze. I use 2-3 cubes per 18 oz of water. You can also add mint, lavender or any other herb/flavoring to your lemon cubes based on what you enjoy.


Thanks to for the  healthy recipes and fitness inspiration every day. :-)






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