3 healthy meals you can make at home

Healthy meals

Eating healthy meals and a nutritious diet is critical to living a healthy lifestyle and maintaining your weight. However, sticking to a diet can be challenging, and some people end up snacking on unhealthy food to satisfy their cravings.

Although snacking in between meals is allowed, it’s easy to go overboard by choosing salty, sugary, and fatty snacks. Here are three healthy meals that can keep you on your diet and reduce your need to snack.

1. Pineapple fried rice

This meal is not only sweet and scrumptious but also filling as pineapples are high-water fruits that add volume to your food. Some of the ingredients you can add to your pineapple fried rice include:

pineapple fried rice is a healthy meal
Pineapple fried rice
  • Eggs
  • Frozen peas
  • Garlic
  • Spring onions
  • Mushroom soy sauce

But, instead of using regular oil, use sesame or coconut oil to give it an added flavor. Additionally, you can accompany your pineapple fried rice with salmon or fish fillet.

2. Avocado pasta

Whole grain pasta is high in fibers and low in calories, making it the perfect satiating meal after a long day. Similarly, avocados are healthy fats that support skin health and are incredibly nutritious. To make this meal, throw some ripe avocados into your food processor alongside some lemon juice, garlic powder, and fresh basil leaves.

a bowl of healthy pasta

Quickly give it a whirl until it forms a creamy paste. Lastly, add it into your boiled pasta, mix it up, and top it up with some cherry tomatoes.

3. Asian chicken lettuce wraps

This dish is easy to make and a great option for people on a low carb diet since it uses lettuce as a wrap instead of a wheat tortilla. First, make your filling by frying up some chicken, onions, and garlic and add some hoisin sauce, soy sauce, and rice wine to taste.

lettuce chicken wraps for a healthy meal
Lettuce wraps

After that, serve your chicken mixture into the center of a lettuce leaf and enjoy it with a cold fruit drink.

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Photos by The Spruce Eats, Fox Valley Foodie, and Delish.com.