These 3 recipes will save your clean eating goals

Clean eating recipes the new year as seen on @offbeathome
MOAR COLOR! Photos by Bijoux & Bits

If you're starting 2016 off with some goals to eat more whole, clean eating foods, we've got you covered. Last week we talked about lots of hacks for eating more healthfully at home including planning, coupons, and cooking from scratch. This week we're here with some recipes to fuel your fire for those home-cooked meals. They're colorful, easy, and will make your taste buds super happy. Click on the photos to snag the recipes.

Clean eating recipes the new year as seen on @offbeathome
Vegan power bowl

This vegan power bowl is chock full of caramelized roasted butternut squash, wilted and browned greens, pomegranate seeds, spiced chickpeas, avocado, and a tahini dressing.

Get the recipe here.

Clean eating recipes the new year as seen on @offbeathome
Coconut lemongrass curry hummus

Hummus is one of those dishes that is SO EASY to make. It can be an appetizer, a side dish, a sandwich spread, or whatever you like. Coconut milk, fresh lemongrass, and curry paste add depth and a little style to this version.

Get the recipe here.

Clean eating recipes the new year as seen on @offbeathome
Avocado toast 6 ways

Have you joined the avo toast bandwagon yet? I definitely have. Grab me a slice and smoosh on some avocado and I'm a happy kid. Here are six easy-peasy ways to make all kinds of avocado toasts.

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Who's giving their all to eating clean these days? Any tips?

  1. Avocado toast is the best! My personal favorite is to get a piece of ciabatta, drizzle with olive oil, and take it to work in a bag. At lunch, stick it in the communal toaster oven. While toasting, squish an avocado and sprinkle in a little salt. Pull the toast out and spread it on. Walking back to my desk, heads always poke out of the offices wondering what smells so good – and it only took a few minutes.

    Alternative toaster oven work lunch recipe: toast a smidge of goat cheese on that ciabatta with the olive oil along with tomato slices. Amazing open-faced sandwich!

  2. I used to work in an office building that had a grocery store on the ground level. I usually brought a prepared lunch from home, but on the days I forgot or didn't have time – I went down to the store and bought an avocado and an asagio cheese bagel from the bakery section. Toasted the bagel in our break room, smooshed on the avocado, and voila! Best lunch in the office. I have to admit that I totally stole the idea from a genius coworker though.
    A toaster oven invention of mine: whole grain bread, hummus, avocado slices, sprinkle of shredded cheese – toasted open faced sandwich. Yum.
    I can vouch for the deliciousness of curry added to hummus, as I do that quite often, but now I'm curious to try it with coconut milk too!

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