Amazing (and Healthy!) Recipes You Need to Try

I LOVE food. And I get really excited about my meals. That goes for my healthy meals too, because I won't live in a world where I have to choose between something that tastes good and something that's good for me. I just won't. I try tons of recipes every month, and I'd say if three out of ten are good then it's a win. Here are some of my favorites from the past month.

Lemon-Asparagus Risotto from My Darling Vegan. I left out the peas because, fun fact, I find them revolting. I always have. To me, cooked peas are bitter and I can't understand how anyone can eat them. But if you love them, then toss them in like the recipe suggests. Because I don't eat meat or dairy as a general rule, I throw some roasted garbanzo beans in with the risotto to make it more of a complete meal. Here's my go-to recipe for that from the Oh She Glows blog.

Sweet and Spicy Cauliflower from The Fitchen. Vegetables are hard for me. I really have to either sneak them into my food in a way that I essentially can't taste them, or I have to find ways to cook them with enough flavor that I find them palatable. These are really, really good. 

Easy Lentil Bolognese Sauce from Pasta-Based. Great on pasta or spaghetti squash. Have you guys tried spaghetti squash yet? So good.

Avocado Bruschetta with Balsamic Reduction. This one's from Damn Delicious blog. You pour reduced balsamic vinegar on anything and I'll probably eat it. This is so good and full of things that are good for you. And all on toasted sourdough bread. Yum.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Cranberries and Balsamic Reduction from Platings and Pairings. Again with the reduction, I know. But it really is magic. 

Chickpea and Chocolate Clusters from Nest & Glow. If you need a chocolate fix, there are way worse ways to get it than these. They are a combination of semi-sweet chocolate chips and roasted chickpeas. That's it. So, you get fiber and protein that you don't normally get from a chocolate bar with these things. Really nice snack or dessert when you just need something sweet. 

Frozen Snickers Bars and Bites from Feeding Your Beauty. Yep, I said "Snickers" in a post about healthy recipes. These are a little more work than the chocolate clusters above, but so worth it. 

Chipotle Lentil Soup from Platings and Pairings. This one wins because you just dump everything in a slow cooker and forget about it. I love recipes like that. Sometimes I do corn bread with this, and it's a nice combo. 

Okay, that's the best of the recipes for March! If you've got any you love, feel free to share the links below.