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Delicious (all healthy) weekend recipe ideas

'YUM!' pretty adequately describes our reaction to these wonderful recipes that are divinely healthy and yet sinfully tasty (which makes them perfect guilt-free weekend food!). We've compiled a mixture of savoury and sweet, meals and snacks, so you should definitely find something appealing no matter what you're in the mood for, so read on to start your weekend off with something tasty! ~ Psst! We've included links to the sites we found each recipe on underneath the pictures in case you want to check them out, enjoy!

Recipe one: Quinoa and Spinach Stuffed Tomatoes

Quinoa Stuffed Tomatoes



Recipe from diethood.com



Recipe two: Zucchini Slice










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Recipe from mintyskitchen.com




Recipe three: Collard Wraps with Turmeric Spread



SO healthy!






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Recipe from rawmazing.com




Recipe four: Citrus and Sage Roasted Baby Carrots


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Recipe five: Frozen Banana Treats




  • 6 very ripe bananas
  • 6 wooden craft sticks
  • 8 oz. fat-free vanilla yogurt
  • 1/2 cup granola-based cereal


  • Waxed paper
  • Baking sheet


    • Leave your bananas out until the peels develop brown speckles. Normally if your bananas get to this stage of ripeness, you’d likely toss them in the trash. However, when making frozen banana treats the riper the bananas, the better. As the bananas ripen, they get sweeter but become gooey. The texture won’t matter, as they will be frozen anyway.

    • Peel the banana and cut it in half. If it’s a small banana, leave it whole if it will fit on your wooden stick. Remove all of the strings from the banana. Skewer the banana gently on the wooden stick. Make sure the stick goes through the center of the banana. Be careful not to put the stick all the way through the banana, as it might break when it comes time to freeze it.

    • Spread some fat-free vanilla yogurt on the sides of the bananas. Roll the coated bananas in a granola-based cereal of your choice.
    • Line a baking sheet with waxed paper. Place the coated bananas on the baking sheet and slide the sheet into the freezer. Freeze the bananas for about an hour until they’re firm. Once firm, wrap the bananas individually in plastic wrap.

    Recipe from ehowfood



Recipe six: Berry Crisp with Caramel Cream Topping



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(+ Caramel topping recipe - super healthy!)
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Recipe seven: Marbled Banana Bread
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Recipe from myrecipes.com
Well, that pretty much sums up our taste-cravings for the week... hope you all have a delicious weekend! ;)

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