March is apparently “National Nutrition Month” so we figured we’d feature some of our community’s healthiest recipes, from breakfast to dinner!

Breakfast

Depending on how much time you have for breakfast, you could whip up something quick, like a green tea and cantaloupe smoothie, or put together a granola and yogurt bowl! Got a few more minutes to spare? Try baking eggs instead of frying them up, like these caprese-inspired beauties!

Green Tea (Matcha) and Cantaloupe Smoothie by @sandra. Sandra is the Nashville-based food blogger behind SandrasEasyCooking.com.

Granola and Yogurt Bowl by @therecessbelle. Therecessbelle also posts quick 30-min recipes on her Instagram!

Tomato Baked Eggs With Mozzarella + Fresh Basil by @nanette.

Lunch

Because many of us aren't able to eat lunch at home during the weekdays, eating out constantly can sometimes lead to an imbalanced diet. Why not try making something the night before, and packing lunch for work the next day? Soups and salads are always great options that help you stay alert in the afternoon!

Minestrone Soup by @anniew. Anniew is an editor and food content strategist at a famous American test kitchen. You can learn more about her at Frites & Fries!

Shaved Fennel and Blood Orange Salad by @gingerandchorizo. This Berlin-based blogger is also the brain and soul behind Ginger & Chorizo.

Dinner

Dinner doesn't mean you need to go all out with a feast, but it doesn't mean you can't do multi-courses either. Why not start off with an appetizer, like veggie sticks with a beetroot dip or cucumber and feta canapes? Then as an entree, you could do a triple fruit chicken salad or a cauliflower steak. Want something heartier but still healthy? These stuffed sweet potato skins are a great option! Then pair your entrees with some sides, like roasted brussels sprouts or bok choy!

Triple Fruit Chicken Salad by @freshandfit. Freshandfit is a registered dietician and ebook author who also blogs at freshandfit.org!

Chili Lime Grilled Cauliflower Steaks by @eatcoast.

Sweet Potato Skins Stuffed With Thai Quinoa by @mokalocks. Mokalocks lives in Amsterdam and blogs about her food adventures at Cravings in Amsterdam!

Dessert

Being healthy doesn't mean you have to skip dessert. It just means you should be conscious of what type of sweets you indulge in! Fruits are always a great choice, topped on yogurt or blended into sorbet!

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