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16 Recipes to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions on Track

The hardest thing about any New Year’s resolution is sticking to it, particularly so if you’re transitioning from comfort food to salad overnight. But what if you could eat the kind of foods you’re used to enjoying and still have it be healthy? That’d be ideal, wouldn’t it?

We don’t want you slipping back into your old eating habits, not after you’ve come this far. So we’ve put together this list of recipes to give you a helping hand. Burgers, pizzas, cakes – they’re all here, and they’re all healthy, so you can eat like you used to without breaking that promise to yourself.

Good, eh?! 

Shakshuka

Regular readers of this blog will know just how much we love us some eggs. We happily take eggs however they’re served, but we do have a particular soft spot for this Israeli dish. Eggs atop a herb and spice infused tomato base, all cooked together in the same pan – delicious!

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Skillet Chicken and Spinach Parmesan

We’re not sure what’s best about this dish: the tenderness of the chicken, the opportunity to enjoy cheese guilt free, or the fact it only takes 20 minutes to make? A wonderful recipe from Mom on Timeout.


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Cheesy Ham and Veggie Quinoa Bake 

Ham and cheese never disappoints. Usually we combine the two in a toastie or on top of a pizza, Petit Jean Eats thinks a little more healthily than we do, though, putting diced ham and cheddar cheese into a wholesome quinoa bake.


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Burger and Chips

‘Burger and chips when I’m on a health kick?’ Yeah, we didn’t believe it either, but Slimming World knows their stuff. Extra-lean beef and homemade baked chips cuts down on calories without robbing you of taste.


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Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Cauliflower crust isn’t bread, but it holds up as a great alternative, especially when you consider the fact it has no carbs. Lavender and Lovage top their base with cheese, tomato, onion, garlic and various other delights. The result: a moreish pizza that’s just 240 calories per portion (a portion being half of the pizza!).


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Cottage Pie

Your new healthy eating plan needn’t mean eliminating things like cottage pie from your diet. The Hairy Bikers lost six stone between them eating food exactly like this. The trick with this recipe is using lean beef and bulking out the mash with leeks to cut down on the calories.


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Carrot, Sweet Potato & Feta Fritters 

For a light lunch or shareable (maybe?) snack, Delicious Magazine’s carrot and sweet potato fritters will go down a treat. Serve with lime wedges and yoghurt for dipping.


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Chorizo & Spaghetti Squash Casserole

There’ll come a time in the near future when you crave takeaway comfort food. When that moment arrives open up this recipe by I Breathe I’m Hungry. It’ll satisfy your urges without obliterating your recommended carb intake.


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Fish and Chips 

Healthy fish and chips! Just like you get from the local chippy, but without deep frying and greasy paper. Don’t thank us, thank Sainsbury’s.


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3-Ingredient Energy Balls

The long stretch between meals when you get a little bit peckish is when your healthy eating regime is really tested. These satisfying fruit and nut balls will get you through.

Baked Cauliflower Tots

Staying with snacks, you should really try Gimme Delicious Food’s baked cauliflower tots.


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Mexican Casserole with Corn and Peppers

Pinch of Yum’s wholesome Mexican casserole is as good as it gets. Beneath the cheese and guacamole topping hides a layer of tortillas and enough vegetables to fill 12 hungry bellies.


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Chicken Curry

We’ve featured pizza, pie and fish and chips, so what of that other British favourite… curry? Tilda’s chicken, coconut and spinach recipe comes in at 537 calories – a fraction of calories found in your typical Indian takeaway without any lost goodness.

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Skinny Chocolate Brownies

Dessert is a hard one to manage – you don’t want to go without, nor do you want fall off the wagon. Making your own treats is a good way to enjoy chocolate without any of the guilt. When the craving strikes, make Yummy Healthy Easy’s skinny brownies your go-to recipe.


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Cookie Dough Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches

The banana ice cream isn’t actually ice cream and the sandwich is made with beans, but don’t let either of those things put you off – Imma Eat That’s cookie dough dessert is incredible!


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Vanilla and Raspberry Ice Cream

Gizzi Erskine has a knack of making healthy versions of unhealthy things. To look at, you’d never have this vanilla and raspberry ice cream down as being healthy, but it is, and we’re glad for it. 


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The hardest thing about any New Year’s resolution is sticking to it, particularly so if you’re transitioning from comfort food to salad overnight. But what if you could eat the kind of foods you’re used to enjoying and still have it be healthy? That’d be ideal, wouldn’t it?