Whole foods are packed with nutrition, ensuring a steady supply of energy as well as wholesome nutrition. With the fast-paced world that we live in, it has become increasingly difficult to be able to keep our bodies in top shape. Read on for five healthy whole food recipes which are just as delicious as they are nutritious!
The Oatmeal Jar
Combine oatmeal, berries, blanched and chopped almonds (or any nuts of your choice) and top it with yogurt. Leave it overnight in the refrigerator. You will have a power breakfast ready the next morning!
Sweet Potato Wedges
Wash and chop sweet potatoes into thick wedges. Par boil and season with salt, pepper, oregano, and chilli flakes. Drizzle a tablespoon of Parmesan cheese and bake at 200 degree Celsius for 45 minutes, or till the wedges are deliciously golden brown for a super healthy version of greasy fries!
Whip up a delicious and nutritious salad by combining roasted tofu, boiled kidney beans, shelled and chopped peanuts, a handful of pine nuts, and baby greens. For the dressing, put together a tablespoon each of apple cider vinegar, sesame oil, a dash of lemon juice, and pour over!
For a more wholesome version of the ‘roti’, commonly known as the flatbread, use one part ground oats, one part ragi flour, and one part wheat flour. Not only will your rotis be extremely healthy, these will also taste distinctly amazing!
No meal is complete without an amazing dessert. Whip up a healthy dessert by simply lining a dessert glass with mixed berries of your choice and pour a layer of yogurt, sweetened with a dash of honey over the berries. Top with a layer of chopped pistachios, and repeat. Voila, nothing says guilt-free better than this beauty in a glass!
There, now that you are armed with some incredibly healthy recipes, have a healthy week ahead!
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