Healthy Recipes You NEED To Try This Week If You Trying To Lose Weight


It’s time to revamp your summer menu. Skip the fattening takeaway food and cook your own dinners this week.

These healthy recipes taste great and will help you to lose weight quicker.

Slow Cooker Jamaican Chicken Stew


Slow Cooker Jamaican Chicken Stew

This chicken recipe is spiced with curry powder, thyme, allspice, and red pepper flakes. Using a slow cooker to braise the chicken makes the meat fall-of-the-bone tender. It’s full of fiber and protein to help you stay fuller longer. Serve with rice and a simple green salad.

You’ll need:

Chicken parts
Curry powder
Dried thyme
Red pepper flakes
Black pepper
Olive oil
Red wine
Black beans


Mediterranean Shrimp

Featuring juicy shrimp baked in a garlicky tomato sauce and full of classic Mediterranean ingredients this one-pan meal will satisfy your appetite. This dish tastes like a 5-star meal but it’s very economical to make. Serve the shrimp over rice, couscous, or with a hunk of crusty bread.

You’ll need:

Kosher salt
Ground black pepper
Extra virgin olive oil
Red onion
Fire-roasted diced tomatoes
Dried oregano
Red pepper flakes
Red wine vinegar
Artichoke hearts
Kalamata olives
Feta cheese
Fresh parsley
Lemon juice
Whole wheat couscous, crusty bread


Zucchini Pizza Boats

Chances are you know someone with a bumper crop of zucchini this year. If not, zucchini is one of those inexpensive veggies that are always available in the produce department and it’s super versatile.

If you are watching your calories and carbs, then it’s zucchini to the rescue.

The squash makes a delicious base for your pizza and it’s a built serving of vegetables—bonus points!

You’ll need:
Kosher salt
Pizza sauce
Shredded mozzarella cheese
Italian seasoning
Crushed red pepper flakes
Mini pepperoni
Ground Parmesan
Fresh basil, thyme, or other fresh herbs


Chinese Cauliflower Fried Rice Casserole

Cauliflower rice is one of those game-changers that came out of the low-carb dieting world. It has very title calories, hardly any carbs, and is super healthy for you.

The best part of this healthy version of Chinese take-out fried rice is that there’s very little work to do to make it.

Once you lightly stir fry the ingredients, the dish is finished off in the oven. Easy and delicious.

You’ll need:

Sesame oil
Diced meat (pork or chicken)
Grated ginger
Stir fry vegetables
Mung bean sprouts
Szechuan sauce
Cauliflower rice or broccoli rice
Beef broth

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