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30 Superfood Recipes (To Keep It Interesting!)

30 Superfood Recipes (To Keep It Interesting!)

Dec 30th 2014

 A lot of what we tend to eat is simply filler. It doesn’t contain very much nutritional value and it offers us hardly any benefits. I wanted to make what was going in my body worth it, so I committed to a superfood dense diet.

Since making the switch, I have noticed I am more focused and productive during the day. My energy levels have increased, and I am much happier. I actually get better sleep because of how productive my day has been!

Using the list below, it is easy to create a menu plan. Having all the meals for the week planned out makes grocery shopping and time spent in the kitchen a lot less stressful. I don’t know about you, but cutting out stress sounds pretty good to me! 


1. Vegan Triple Berry Chia Seed Pudding

There is a reason more and more people are falling in love with chia seeds. They are a nutrition powerhouse, give long lasting energy, and help with weight loss. This recipe makes a perfect on the go breakfast. Prepare it the night before in a mason jar for an easy grab and go breakfast.

2. Kale Omelette

For a protein loaded breakfast, give this yummy kale omelet a try! Kale has become a well-known and well-loved green in the past few years, and for good reason. It’s packed with Vitamin C, A, and K, and is also a great source of protein and fiber.

3. Chocolate-Pomegranate-Strawberry Breakfast Shake

Okay, tell me you weren’t already sold by the name? An easy, simple, and quick recipe, this shake gives you an energy boost to handle the rest of the day.

4. Brain Power Smoothie

Being the first meal of the day, it only makes sense that breakfast should prepare you for what lies ahead. This brain power smoothie gives you everything you need while boosting your immune system.

5. Grain-Free Chocolate Coconut Granola

Trying to reduce grain consumption? Miss that fabulous crunchy granola? This recipe serves as a wonderful grain-free substitute to granola. The healthy and delicious combo of chocolate and coconut is sure to convince anyone to give this granola a try.

6. Dairy Free Mango Lassi Popsicles

Yes! You can have a popsicle for breakfast. Packed with vitamins, its a healthy way to get all the energy you need to start out the day.


7. Nutrient Packed Superfood Salad

This superfood salad is so delicious that even picky eaters will love it. The flavors of roasted beets, sweet potatoes, peas, kale, and quinoa meld together so perfectly to create the ultimate healthy salad.

8. Orange-Avocado Arugula Salad

A beautiful salad that can be ready in less than 10 minutes? I’m in! It’s like a colorful, vibrant display of some of my favorite healthy fruits and vegetables.

9. Crispy Quinoa Patties with Dill Greek Yogurt Dip

This is an incredibly easy lunch to whip up. Paired with a perfectly seasoned dip, it is definitely a favorite around here.

10. Fishy Bites

Looking for a way to get more fish into your kids? These yummy bite-sized fish nuggets look just like chicken nuggets, but are cheaper and easier to make at home.

11. Mason Jar Salads

Quick to put together, and convenient to be able to grab from the fridge, a mason jar salad has got to be one of the best inventions of all time.

12. Raw Kelp Noodle Pad Thai

This noodle dish is so delicious that no one will even guess that it’s raw! Tossed with a creamy dressing and fresh veggies, everyone will be coming back for seconds.


13. Roasted Sweet Potato, Wild Rice, and Arugula Salad

Time to give your salad a makeover. This salad is bursting with delicious flavor and some much-needed nutrition. The roasted sweet potatoes really add a warm, hearty flavor to the salad, making it a meal you’ll wish you had another plate of.

14.Mushroom, Goat Cheese and Herb Frittata

This delicious egg dish can be made in a matter of minutes and is easily adaptable to include whatever you’ve got in the fridge. It’s almost as easy as making scrambled eggs!

15. Slow Cooker Chicken Marinara with Basil Zucchini Noodles

A tasty weeknight dinner that just requires a few hours forethought. This recipe replaces traditional pasta with spiralized zucchini, which adds much more nutrition.

16. Roasted Apricot Chicken with Herbs de Provence

This easy baked chicken dish makes for a great Sunday dinner and only takes 15 minutes to prepare. It’s made with just a few healthy ingredients, so you can feel good about eating it.

17.Nourishing Crock Pot Paleo Chicken and Kale Soup

This crock pot Paleo chicken soup is packed with hearty vegetables and tender, juicy chicken. It makes for a great meal and since it’s made in a slow cooker, all you have to do is toss a couple of ingredients into your slow cooker, turn it on, and walk away!

18. Spaghetti Squash Goulash

One of my favorite things about spaghetti squash, aside from the amazing flavor, is that you can use the insides as noodles. Top it with this delicious goulash and you’ve got a delicious and easy dish.


19. Raw Coconut Almond Energy Bites

Need a boost after a long workout? These energy bites are exactly what you need to refuel and feel revitalized. They’re really healthy and can give you all the energy you need to tackle the rest of the day. 

20. Mixed Berry Yogurt Pops

These delicious yogurt pops are a delicious treat the whole family can enjoy. Made with a few simple ingredients, they’re a treat you can feel good about giving to your kids. Yummy berries, honey, and yogurt come together to create this super delicious treat!

21. Probiotic Raspberry Fruit Chews

If you’re looking for a healthy treat that your kids are guaranteed to love, these fruit chews are exactly what you need. They’re sweet, chewy, and healthy, so you don’t have to worry about artificial sweeteners or food dyes.

22. Chocolate-Mango-Mac Adventure

Craving something chocolatey? Try this delicious treat that’s healthy, too! While raw cacao is rich in minerals like magnesium, copper and manganese, the trail mix that’s covered in luscious chocolate is an excellent source of B vitamins. Most importantly, it is decadent, guilt-free and easy to make! 

23. Super Omega Bruschetta

This bruschetta makes for a quick appetizer that’s great for parties, family/friend get-togethers, or even just a light snack. The addition of maca powder and sacha inchi oil really ups how healthy these hors d’oeuvres are.

24. Raw Chocolate Chia Energy Bars

These raw chocolate chia energy bars are sweet, chewy, chocolatey, and super yummy. Not to mention how healthy and nourishing it is, meaning guilt free indulgence! On top of being a healthy treat, they are really versatile, as you can toss in whatever you’d like. 

25. Healthy Peanut Butter Chocolate Energy Bites

When hunger strikes, reach for one of these mighty tasty peanut butter chocolate energy bites. They are the perfect pre-workout snack and keep you energized all day long! Besides, peanut butter and chocolate are a match made in heaven. 


26. Simple Protein Packed Chocolate Brownies

Get loads of protein in a single bite of these divine brownies! They taste amazing and contain loads of healthful ingredient, like hemp seeds, cashews, and cacao powder

27. Chocolate Covered Cookie Dough Balls (That are actually healthy!)

Who would have thought that cookie dough balls could be healthy? Well, with this easy, fiber-packed recipe, you can indulge while getting some much-needed nutrition. 

28. Rich Vegan Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding

There’s no need to stand over a stove for half an hour to make a delicious, smooth pudding when you can blend this chocolate chia seed pudding up in a matter of minutes. With a rich and creamy chocolate flavor, this super healthy pudding is sure to be a hit.

29. Healthy Probiotic Marshmallows

These healthy marshmallows are sweetened with honey and contain probiotics, which is essential to gut health. Make these yummy marshmallows instead of picking up a bag of highly-processed and overly sweetened marshmallows from the store.

30. Raw Vegan Pumpkin Pie with Coconut Whipped Cream

Compared to a conventional pumpkin pie, this recipe has less calories, and is much more nutrient dense. And since it’s raw, most of the essential nutrients are kept intact, so you get the most out of this healthy dessert.