Cooking healthy meals can be difficult if you are a busy mom. So we made it easier by doing all the research for you. We found five recipes from top foodie mom blogs, that are healthy and simple to make. Check out our list below of 5 healthy moms recipes.
Energizing Winter Smoothie Bowls
This delicious recipe packed with spinach, kale, almond butter, kale oranges and grapefruit gives busy moms the energy we need to start our day. This recipe, found on Hip Foodie Mom.com, makes 4 small bowls which is just the right amount for an average family. You blend up the greens, fruit and almond butter along with some water and then she suggests topping it off with hemp seeds, chia seeds, grapefruit chunks, and unsweetened coconut flakes.
Guinness Beef Stew
If the recipe has beer in it then it is sure to be a good one! This stew recipe from Everyday Eileen, uses a well-known favorite Irish beer, Guinness. With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, this is the perfect family recipe for the occasion. This easy to prepare Irish stew is loaded with potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, celery and parsnips.
Homemade Wild Blueberry Fruit Leather
This home-made healthy moms recipe is free of synthetic dyes, preservatives, and hydrogenated oils. Found on the Real Mom Nutrition Blog, your kids will love this all natural snack. You can toss it in a lunch box or save it for after school. Blueberries a packed with vitamins and antioxidants to keep kids healthy.
Farmers Market Grand Aioli With Tarragon Dipping Sauce
From Fit Pregnancy and Baby, this recipe, which in French means, prepared fish and vegetables, is lean and healthy. Made with salmon which is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and protein will help your baby‘s developing brain if you are expecting. This simple healthy moms recipe also adds carrots, potatoes, broccoli asparagus and summer squash. These vegetables are full of vitamins A, C, K and potassium.
Sweet Potato Black Bean Chili with Quinoa
If you are looking for a hearty meat-less meal, The Dinner Mom‘s healthy sweet potato black bean chili recipe with quinoa will please everyone in your family. This simple recipe cooks in 30 minutes, and even though it does not contain meat it’s still considered chili. The Dinner Mom also has suggestions on how to prepare the ingredients a head of time to make cooking this up a lot faster.
The internet is a great resource to find simple healthy meals to serve your family and vitamin rich dishes to nourish your unborn baby when you are expecting. We hope that this list will be a good start for your journey to healthier eating.