What to Cook This January

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Happy 2018! We have officially survived the holidays. If you’re looking for wholesome, satisfying, veggie-packed recipes, you are in the right place. You’ll find a bunch in my guide to seasonal produce below. For more in-depth resources and tips on how to eat real food, don’t forget about my cookbook. You can also create customized meal plans with my blog recipes through Real Plans.

Several of my blogger friends have created some amazing resources for developing healthier habits this year. The Nourished Planner is perfect for you if you like to make plans on paper. It’s a meal planner, goal-setting guide, daily calendar and to-do list all in one, made beautiful by Heidi of FoodieCrush.

The Healthy Glow Guide Reset offers four weeks of meal plans, grocery lists, meal prep guides and over 60 gluten-free and mostly dairy free recipes. It’s designed to help you go from feeling good to feeling great, by Lee and Monique.

Cheers to a healthy and happy 2018. Thank you so much for being here.

Beets

This healthy salad features a few marvelously complementary flavors: earthy beets, bitter arugula, salty feta, savory pepitas and tangy balsamic dressing. - cookieandkate.com

Simple Beet, Arugula and Feta Salad

Gluten free and easily vegan

“This is, quite literally, my new favorite salad! I have made it for several friends – who all have adored it – and have added it to my weekly food staples. I’ve never actually made it with pumpkin seed – I substitute pistachios instead, or omit the nuts altogether if I am not eating it right away, and the homemade balsamic is fantastic…YUMMMM!” – Franki

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