Pasta with Roasted Vegetables

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Some days you just want to cook something that is simple, quick, nutritious and delicious. Something that everybody in the house will eat without complaining! Apart from my usual repertoire of traditional Indian dishes, this pasta dish totally fits the … Continue reading

Homemade Honey Bunches of Oats cereal

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Sometimes I just get these cravings for a cold, crunchy, refreshing bowl of cereal! Apart from being one of my easiest go-to breakfast foods, it’s perfect for an after-dinner snack or a comforting pick-me-up in the late afternoon. My personal … Continue reading

Oatmeal Pecan Raisin Cookies

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Nothing says home like the aroma of freshly-baked, chunky oatmeal pecan raisin cookies.  The cinnamon flavor perfectly balances the sweetness of the plump raisins, the softness is punctuated by the occasional crunch of pecans, and the cookie is perfected by … Continue reading

Chicken Noodle Soup

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New England has had it rough this winter. First came the record-breaking amounts of snow, and now this intense, bone-chilling cold. The cold can insidiously get right down to your core if you stand outside for even five minutes! It’s … Continue reading

Strawberry Oatmeal Yogurt Muffins

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For quite some time now, our family has been on a path to have a wholesome diet, eat more organic foods, and lower the amount of sugar and white flour that we eat. As you can imagine, this can be … Continue reading

Mozzarella Pesto Panini Sandwich

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I don’t think it can get any colder or snowier. As you may have guessed, I live in New England, and right now it’s absolutely brutal outside. Newscasters are rightfully calling it the Snowmegeddon!! Despite this, we make sure to … Continue reading

Super Bowl Menu of Healthy Recipes!

Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend! And while I readily admit that I may not be the most die-hard football fan, I still love the excitement, the commercials, the half-time show (anyone excited for Katy Perry?!), and most of all, the food! I feel like food is the glue of any sporting event – you might be divided over the teams, but everything can be reconciled with some tasty game-time classics: finger foods, dips, desserts, and snacks! It might seem tough to enjoy the day without tipping the scale, so I’ve compiled a list of recipes that I’ve already posted that would be perfect to serve and eat without feeling too guilty! The best part is that most of these are healthy takes on classic dishes, like Buffalo wings and brownies, so you won’t have to change the menu too much! Check out the list below for a list of appetizers, dips, entrees, and desserts, all linked to detailed recipes with steps and ingredients. I hope you find something that you like and give it a try! Let me know in the comments :)

Appetizers: –

1. Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings

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2. Chinese Style Lettuce Wraps

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3. Veggies with homemade dip

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4. Crispy Baked Cajun Fries

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5. Pita with Spicy Hummus

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Entrees: –

1. Ground Turkey Kebab Burgers

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2. Tofu, Quinoa and Beans Chili

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Desserts: –

1. Chocolate Walnut Mousse Pies

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2. Protein Chocolate Chip Brownies

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3. Dates and Nuts Energy Bites

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4. Oat Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Have fun and enjoy!

Chocolate Walnut Mousse Pies

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For my family, Super Bowl Sunday would not be complete without a few good desserts! And while ice cream, cookies, or brownies might be the ‘go-to’ options, I find that a little bit of creativity can go a long way … Continue reading

Baked Buffalo Chicken Wings

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The Super Bowl is just around the corner, and I know that I’m already planning my menu! I’ve had some time to experiment with different recipes thanks to the famous Snowpocalypse of 2015. I am very excited to have been asked … Continue reading

Healthy Eats For All is One Today!

I can’t believe it’s been just one year since I’ve started! It’s been an absolutely amazing journey that I never could have predicted when I first seriously considered having a food blog. I had always enjoyed cooking and reading about nutrition, but hadn’t considered putting the two together until a friend of mine asked me to type up my recipe for ground turkey kebab burgers so she could try it at home. Jokingly, she said, “If only you had a food blog – I’d be the first one to subscribe!” The idea stuck, and HealthyEatsForAll was born. Initially, I started by posting recipes that I had made hundreds of times, but then it transformed into a process where I started looking at new foods and immediately thinking, “Could this be healthier?”

Over the past year, I’ve had readers all the way from India to Sweden, reached over 800 followers on Instagram, and have had the best reason to pursue food photography as another side hobby. I want to thank everyone who reads the blog and follows it – none of this would have been possible without you! I can’t wait to see what the next year holds, and hope that you’ll come along for the journey :)