This is the time of January where people fall back into their regular eating habits and give up on their new healthy habits before they are even really habits. It’s easy to quit if you are tired of eating the same “healthy” salads and plain-tasting meals every day while you wait for the numbers on the scale to change. Fortunately, our newly released meals can fit into your healthy eating initiatives, no matter what they are.
Hearty Paleo Dinner
Cuban-Style Picadillo and Cauliflower Rice - For anyone following the Paleo diet, this dish is a welcomed departure from standard Paleo fare. Picadillo is a traditional Latin-American food that is usually served over rice, which is forbidden on the Paleo diet just because cavemen didn’t eat rice! You can still get your rice fix with riced cauliflower, which has risen in popularity in the past year, and trust us, you won’t even know the difference. The Cuban twist on the picadillo simply adds olives to the sauce made with ground beef, tomatoes and and onion, you won’t go hungry with this meal!
Shrimp & Corn Chowder - If you want to treat yourself on a cold winter night, soup is definitely the way to go! Soups fill you up, keep you hydrated, and as long as they don’t include noodles, are usually gluten-free! This chowder feels a little decadent because it is cream based, but it has tons of good stuff in there like sweet corn and baby red potatoes to help make it a good source of fiber, iron, potassium,protein, vitamin A and vitamin C which is hard to beat.
Curried Chickpea and Spinach Bowl - If you are trying to eat less meat this year by either observing #meatlessmonday or by going fully vegan, this is a dish you don’t want to miss! This bowl is packed full of protein thanks to the chickpeas and also includes anti-inflammatory ingredients like ginger, garlic and curry spice. Photos of this bowl are bound to be the star of your Instagram account!
Fisherman’s Cod Stew - Usually soups and stews have a reputation for taking hours to prep and cook, but this one is a huge exception! Thanks to pre-chopped ingredients, this recipe only takes 25 minutes from start to table. Regardless of your dietary requirements, this stew is sure to please because it is gluten-free, Paleo and only 353 calories per serving, making it a perfect meal for the Terra’s Kitchen Real Weight-Loss Challenge!
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