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By The Life Time Foundation Team
Try this seasonal dip that’s enjoyed by one of the school districts the Life Time Foundation has partnered with to improve kids’ meals.
A bowl of turkey wild rice soup.
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Want a delicious way to use up Thanksgiving leftovers? Try this hearty, aromatic soup that incorporates all the flavors of the season.
Pumpkin muffins inside a muffin tin.
By The Life Time Training Team
Try this healthy twist on a classic fall treat.
A plate of fresh fava beans with mint and scallions.
By Dan Buettner
Fava beans are central to the Sardinian diet — one of the world's five Blue Zone regions. Try this simple dish from "The Blue Zones Kitchen" for protein, fiber, and deliciousness. It also tastes great with chickpeas for a tasty variation. 
A bowl of cinnamon apple chips with a few apple chips and cinnamon sticks on a counter next to the bowl.
By The Life Time Training Team
Enjoy the fall flavors of this delicious, healthy snack. Two large apples and a sprinkle of cinnamon are all you need.
A plate of harvest hash.
By The Life Time Training Team
This simple, delicious dish features all your favorite fall flavors and comes together quickly in just 25 minutes.
Oatmeal superfood breakfast bars.
By The Life Time Training Team
Make your mornings easier. Bake these bars ahead of time for the perfect grab-and-go healthy breakfast.
A plate of apple pie protein bites next to a dishtowel and two apples.
By The Life Time Training Team
Bursting with apple and cinnamon, these bites are tailor-made for fall.
A jar of pesto with some herbs and nuts on a surface next to it.
By Kaelyn Riley
Make this pesto dairy-free by subbing in nutritional yeast for the traditional cheese. You can’t taste the difference!
Two glasses and a pitcher of a mango berry smoothie, with slices of mango on the side.
By The Life Time Training Team
Pack in the protein and greens with this deliciously fruity, simple smoothie.
Corn, sausage, shrimp, and potatoes on a sheet pan, with a bowl of sea salt and a few lemon wedges on the table next to it.
By The Life Time Training Team
With simple ingredients and four easy steps, you’re only a half hour away from this at-home take on a summer seafood boil.
The summer skies smoothie bowl topped with coconut flakes, hemp seeds, blueberries, and blackberries.
By Julie Dulude
Discover the health benefits of blue spirulina and how to make this decadent yet healthy breakfast (or snack!) at home.
Three different flavors of nice cream — cherry chocolate chip, pina colada, and chocolate peanut butter — in containers.
By The Life Time Training Team
This nice cream uses just a few simple ingredients to create a healthier version of your favorite summertime treat — no ice cream maker necessary.
A plate with two cooked almond-crusted tilapia filets with a lemon wedge, side of greens, and side of quinoa.
By Betsy Nelson
Use seasoned almond flour instead of bread crumbs to crust fish or chicken. Make a large batch of any of these seasoned flours and store in the refrigerator.
Steak bites with sweet potatoes and peppers.
By The Life Time Training Team
Protein, veggies, and starchy carbohydrates come together to make this all-in-one meal.
Three avocado boats in a skillet.
By The Life Time Training Team
Using healthy fats as your base, this is a fun twist on an easy-to-make breakfast.
Two cups of a parfait featuring layers of yogurt, red and blue berries, and a topping of granola.
By The Life Time Training Team
Homemade granola, fresh berries, and Greek yogurt layer together for a festive breakfast, snack, or midday treat.
Two glasses of cold brew coffee over ice with a side, small pitcher of coconut milk.
By The Life Time Training Team
What makes it super? Hint: It comes in chocolate and vanilla, and can help you recover from the wear and tear of tough workouts.
Almond flour crackers on a plate.
By Robin Asbell
You can always purchase your favorite nut- or seed-based crackers for a summer spread, but these four-ingredient crackers are a cinch to make.
Creamy spinach and white bean dip with sliced veggies.
By Robin Asbell
This garlicky vegan dip features creamy cannellini beans, fresh spinach, and chopped rosemary.
Three fish tacos with mango salsa and lime sauce.
By The Life Time Training Team
Flaky grilled fish, fresh salsa, and creamy sauce makes this the perfect summer dinner.
Stack of cookie dough bars.
By The Life Time Training Team
Tastes just like cookie dough but without all of the extra added sugar — plus a boost of protein so they can serve as a snack.
Brinner bowl, including potatoes and an egg.
By The Life Time Training Team
Running out of dinner ideas? Try this breakfast-for-dinner dish.
Curry roasted almonds in a bowl and a few on a table.
By Robin Asbell
Toasted cumin seeds complement the curry powder in these toasted almonds, and maple syrup adds a touch of sweetness.
Chewy snack bars
By The Life Time Training Team
Running out of ideas — or time — to make snacks for your kids? Make a batch of these to keep on hand. 
A cup of blended coffee on a counter next to some of its ingredients — a french press filled with coffee, coconut oii, and powders.
By The Life Time Training Team
Skip a trip to the coffee shop and make your own fancy (but easy!) drink at home.
Four veggie roll ups.
By The Life Time Training Team
Running out of lunch ideas? These three-ingredient roll-ups are quick, easy, and healthy.
Buffalo chicken dip
By The Life Time Training Team
Three ingredients and a slow cooker are all you need to create this tasty, crowd-pleasing snack.
Breakfast brownie
By The Life Time Training Team
Dessert for breakfast? Made with chocolate protein, healthy fats, and other good-for-you ingredients, you can feel good about starting your day with these brownies.
Cup of chocolate avocado mousse on a table.
By Robin Asbell
This luscious dairy-free chocolate mousse is made with avocados, full-fat coconut milk, maple syrup, and dark chocolate.
a plate of winter salad
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Winter produce may seem scarce, but this recipe makes the most of what's available to form a vibrant and flavorful salad.
Two glasses of a cucumber and pineapple smoothie.
By Maddie Augustin
Cucumber and pineapple are naturally hydrating foods, so they can help your liver and kidneys clear toxins from your body. Pineapple is also the only major dietary source of the enzyme bromelain, which helps your body digest protein.
Two bowls of cauliflower soup.
By Maddie Augustin
Leeks, garlic, and other alliums contain prebiotics, an indigestible fiber that provides critical support for your gut microbiome and digestive health.
A bowl of crunchy Thai salad
By Katie Koteen and Kate Kasbee
Swap quinoa for the millet in this salad, which gets its kick from a Thai peanut sauce.
Sweet potato stuffed with black beans and corn.
By Katie Koteen and Kate Kasbee
These Mexican-inspired sweet potatoes are baked, split lengthwise, and topped with black beans, corn, salsa, and avocado.
Bowl of carrot soup.
By Katie Koteen and Kate Kasbee
This vegan carrot soup gets richness from full-fat coconut milk and a kick from curry powder.
Mediterranean stuffed peppers in a caserole dish.
By Katie Koteen and Kate Kasbee
These veggie-packed stuffed peppers are paired with a creamy vegan cucumber- tzatziki sauce made from soft tofu, lemon juice, cucumber, garlic, and herbs.
Plate of waffles with fruit on top.
By Robin Asbell
These gluten-free waffles can be made ahead of time and reheated to order.
Lemon cream shake
By The Life Time Training Team
This refreshing, lemony shake is sure to brighten your morning and satisfy your appetite.
Blueberry pie shake
By The Life Time Training Team
This shake tastes as good as a pie, but is made with antioxidants and contains enough fiber to help keep you full.
Cafe mocha shake
By The Life Time Training Team
This shake is perfect for those who love the taste of coffee, but are going through a detox and unable to drink it. 
Chocolate malt shake
By The Life Time Training Team
This tasty treat is boosted by a secret ingredient that amps up the nutrients.
Cinnamon Roll shake next two two cinnamon rolls.
By The Life Time Training Team
This shake tastes like the familiar morning treat but is made with better-for-you ingredients.
Blueberry muffin shake
By The Life Time Training Team
Try this tasty and easy-to-make alternative to a blueberry muffin for breakfast.
Carrot fries and avocado dip
By The Life Time Training Team
Craving chips and dip? Try this healthy alternative instead.
Chai shake
By The Life Time Training Team
Turn this coffee shop favorite into a filling, take-anywhere breakfast.
Chia pudding
By The Life Time Training Team
Chia seeds are packed with omega-3s and offer a substantial dose of fiber. Use the superfood to make ahead this pudding to have on hand when hunger strikes.
Kale chips
By The Life Time Training Team
This salty and crunchy snack helps boosts your veggie intake while satisfying snack cravings.
Falafel salad
By The Life Time Training Team
This tasty, vegan bowl is rich in complex carbs, fiber, and plant-based protein.
Brownie bites
By The Life Time Training Team
These brownie bites require just four ingredients and make a great energy-boosting snack — or a healthier treat to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Collard green wrap
By The Life Time Training Team
A few simple swaps up the nutrition of this wrap that's packed with protein and fresh veggies. 
Taco bowl
By The Life Time Training Team
This easy-to-assemble bowl is made with just five ingredients in 15 minutes.
Cauliflower rice bowl
By The Life Time Training Team
This easy-to-assemble bowl is built on a base of veggies and provides ample plant-based protein.
Slow cooker chicken
By The Life Time Training Team
High in protein and easy to make, let this recipe become your go-to dinner.
Cilantro lime chicken bowl
By The Life Time Training Team
Try this low-carb spin on the burrito bowl.
Granola bars
By The Life Time Training Team
Customize these bars to your liking with three tasty flavor options. 
Flax crackers
By The Life Time Training Team
Try these crunchy, gluten-free crackers topped with hummus or dipped into our Mock Tuna Salad.
Coconut yogurt
By The Life Time Training Team
Make your own non-dairy yogurt by using just two simple ingredients.
Nut butter banana muffins
By The Life Time Training Team
These homemade muffins feature better-for-you ingredients and enable you to avoid the processed, store-bought variety. 
The LifeCafe Chef Dodge Bowl.
By Chef Ryan Dodge
This veggie-packed bowl has been a long-time staple on the LifeCafe® menu. Now you can make it at home with this recipe.
Lentil Faux Meatballs With Quinoa
By The Life Time Training Team
Complex carbs, fiber, and plant-based protein combine to make these "meatballs."
Slow cooker lentil curry
By The Life Time Training Team
This vegan meal is built with plant-based protein, complex carbs, and a delicious curry taste.
Mexican chocolate chia pudding
By The Life Time Training Team
Enjoy this chocolate-rich dessert alternative with the option to add a kick of spice. 
Morning mint shake
By The Life Time Training Team
Wake up with this refreshing, minty green shake.
Orange chicken stir-fry
By The Life Time Training Team
This Asian-inspired stir-fry makes a few simple swaps to up the protein and veggie quota.
Mexican quinoa skillet
By The Life Time Training Team
With fresh bell pepper and just a hint of spice, this Mexican-inspired dish makes for a tasty and easy one-pan meal.
Nut butter cookies
By The Life Time Training Team
Made with collagen peptides, these cookies support healthy skin and bake in just five minutes.
Mock tuna salad
By The Life Time Training Team
Try this no-fish, vegan salad with fresh veggies or wrapped in lettuce leaves. 
Overnight protein oats
By The Life Time Training Team
This easy-to-make breakfast is a great go-to option for those seeking something convenient with a dessert-like flavor.
Banana split shake
By The Life Time Training Team
This shake has just as much flavor as the original dessert but without all the sugar.
Black forest cake shake
By The Life Time Training Team
This creamy chocolate and cherry shake has a dessert-like flavor and is D.TOX-approved.
Blueberry matcha protein shake
By The Life Time Training Team
This shake is a must for matcha lovers. It's loaded with flavor and antioxidants, and will help keep you full until your next meal.
Piña colada shake
By The Life Time Training Team
If you love sweet, tropical treats, this shake is sure to satisfy.
Sugar cookie shake
By The Life Time Training Team
This protein-filled shake tastes just like the cookie — sprinkles and all.
Red bean chili
By The Life Time Training Team
This comforting chili uses protein and fibrous veggies to create a nourishing and satiating dish.
Pumpkin pie energy bites
By The Life Time Training Team
Keep these bites on hand for a nutritious and energizing boost whenever hunger hits.
Chocolate protein truffles
By The Life Time Training Team
Easy to make and great to keep on hand for a portable, chocolatey treat you can feel good about snacking on.
Salted nut ice cream
By The Life Time Training Team
Recreate the taste and texture of your favorite ice cream with just five ingredients. All you need is a blender or food processor — no ice cream machine needed.
Two cups of a banana bread shake.
By The Life Time Training Team
No baking required to get this banana bread taste — just blend, grab, and go. 
Roasted garlic hummus
By The Life Time Training Team
Roasting the garlic is the secret to the flavor of this homemade hummus — and will elevate the taste of any veggies you dip in it. 
Blueberry cheesecake overnight oats
By The Life Time Training Team
Get a dessert-like taste without the added sugar with this easy-to-prepare breakfast.
Quinoa granola
By The Life Time Training Team
Enjoy this granola that contains less sugar and carbohydrates than traditional store-bought varieties. 
Protein pancakes
By The Life Time Training Team
Want to start your morning with a short stack? Using protein in these pancakes means they'll satisfy without a blood sugar spike and crash. 
Buffalo chicken stuffed sweet potato
By The Life Time Training Team
These stuffed sweet potatoes bring just the right amount of heat. Let the slow cooker do its magic and put them together in minutes.
Stuffed peppers
By The Life Time Training Team
This dish is a favorite of D.TOX participants. Enjoy for dinner, or batch prep the recipe for easy, healthy lunches.
Fajita steak salad
By The Life Time Training Team
Grilled steak and veggies adds great flavor to this salad that balances protein, fiber, and healthy fat.
Spicy nuts
By The Life Time Training Team
Curb your cravings and maintain your energy until your next meal by snacking on these mixed nuts. 
Savory breakfast bowl
By The Life Time Training Team
This egg-free breakfast option satisfies with ample protein and healthy fats.
Slow cooker quinoa
By The Life Time Training Team
A healthier alternative to cereal, this quinoa mix is full of flavor and enough fiber to keep you full until lunch.
Strawberry daiquiri protein shake
By The Life Time Training Team
Fans of this tropical beverage with love this version that features enough fiber to keep you full and satisfied.
Strawberry cream shake
By The Life Time Training Team
Try this simple, antioxidant-filled shake with a delicious strawberry cream taste.
Salted nut shake
By The Life Time Training Team
This shake is built with healthy fats to keep you full and a flavor profile to keep you satisfied.
Sunflower seed energy bites
By The Life Time Training Team
This whole-food snack features a nice chocolatey crunch from the cacao nibs.
Sweet potato black bean burger
By The Life Time Training Team
A D.TOX program fan favorite, these vegan burgers are made with nutrient-dense sweet potatoes and walnuts.
Superfood shake
By The Life Time Training Team
This shake gets a superfood boost from chia seeds and the antioxidants found in mixed berries.
Thai turkey lettuce wraps
By The Life Time Training Team
Turn this traditional appetizer into your main meal with these quick to assemble, Asian-inspired lettuce wraps.
Almond joy shake
By The Life Time Training Team
Craving something sweet? This shake tastes like a candy bar but without the added sugar.
Salmon, green beans and squash on a sheet pan.
By Kaelyn Riley
This complete sheet-pan meal combines salmon, asparagus, and butternut squash with a piquant lemon-garlic sauce.
Shrimp, green beans and peppers on a sheet pan.
By Kaelyn Riley
This sheet-pan dinner combines marinated shrimp with green beans, yellow bell pepper, green onions, and sesame seeds.
Tofu, red pepper and snap peas on a sheet pan.
By Kaelyn Riley
This vegan sheet-pan meal combines marinated tofu with red bell pepper, snap peas, green onions, and sesame seeds.
Steak, peppers and onions on a sheet pan.
By Kaelyn Riley
This Mexican-inspired sheet-pan meal combines marinated flank steak with bell peppers and red onion.
Lemon and blueberry energy bar.
By Kaelyn Riley
Coconut flakes, almonds, lemon zest, dates, dried blueberries and more come together in the food processor to make these homemade energy bars.
Chocolate and banana energy bar.
By Kaelyn Riley
Coconut flakes, almonds, and dates come together with bananas and cacao nibs to make these homemade energy bars.
Salmon-dill burger.
By Robin Asbell
You can use fresh or canned salmon — and panko or gluten-free bread crumbs — for this quick and easy burger.
Key lime energy bar.
By Kaelyn Riley
Lime zest, dates, crystallized ginger, almond butter, and cashews are just some of the ingredients in these homemade key-lime energy bars.
Pumpkin spice energy bar.
By Kaelyn Riley
Pumpkin purée, hazelnuts, dried cranberries, dates, and warming spices are just some of the ingredients in these DIY energy bars.
A blueberry smoothie bowl
By Maddie Augustin
Pineapple gives this recipe a boost of vitamin C and bromelain, an enzyme that can ease indigestion and inflammation.
A green smoothie bowl topped with peanut butter, chia seeds, and banana slices is pictured.
By Maddie Augustin
You won’t taste the spinach in this smoothie, but it gives this recipe a nutritional upgrade with vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin K — as well as minerals like manganese, zinc, and selenium.
A peaches-and-cream smoothie bowl is pictured.
By Maddie Augustin
Coconut milk and frozen mango give this refreshing recipe a tropical flair.
Strawberry smoothie bowl
By Maddie Augustin
This tasty blend boasts nearly 28 grams of protein per serving, making it a perfect postworkout choice.
Bowl of salad with tuna, white beans, tomato and onion.
By Kaelyn Riley
This colorful, hearty salad comes together quickly thanks to canned beans and canned (sustainably caught!) tuna.
Three bowls of chilled cucumber and cantaloupe blender soup.
By Kaelyn Riley
Use Greek yogurt or coconut cream to give this cold soup some body.
Caprese salad with peaches.
By Kaelyn Riley
Add sliced ripe peaches to your salad for a twist on the traditional caprese.
Cobs of grilled corn with ancho-lime mayo and cilantro.
By Aimee Trudeau, Mai-Yan Kwan, and Emily Nielson
This take on Mexican street corn pairs a spicy mayo with grilled corn.
Two bowls of creamy vegetable soup.
By Robin Asbell
Use your favorite veggies in this soup, which is blended with coconut milk and white miso paste.
Chicken tenders, broccoli and sweet potato fries on a platet
By Life Time
This recipe is sure to be a hit with your little ones. Make your own baked chicken tenders and pair them with broccoli for a meal you can feel good about sharing with your family.
Three kinds of homemade trail mix.
By Robin Asbell
Mix and match three different trail-mix combos: curry, tamari-almond, and nut butter and chocolate.
Balls of cocoa almond energy bites.
By Robin Asbell
These gluten-free energy balls come together in minutes in the blender and are flavored with dates, almond butter, and cocoa powder.
Three breakfast egg muffins.
By Robin Asbell
These kale-and-tomato mini-quiches can be frozen for up to a month.
a Hawaiian bbq pulled pork sandwich
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Toss these ingredients in the slow cooker for a juicy and flavorful twist on BBQ pulled pork.
a snack bag and plate of toasted quinoa energy bites
By The Life Time Foundation Team
A protein and healthy fat-packed snack that’s easy to make and eat on the go.
fiesta hummus served in a sliced red pepper
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Spice up your go-to hummus with this fun recipe provided by Tempe School District, a partner of the Life Time Foundation.
sweet and spicy chicken lettuce wraps
By The Life Time Foundation Team
High in protein, full of flavor, and picky eater approved.
a bowl of moroccan freekeh salad
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Loaded with ancient grains and warm spices, this recipe was provided by Minneapolis Public Schools, a partner of the Life Time Foundation.
a bowl of greek quinoa salad
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Full of produce and plant-powered protein, try this quinoa salad for a weeknight side dish or prep to enjoy for multiple lunches.
a bowl of maple apple meatballs
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Full of seasonal flavors, these meatballs are great for meal prep and batch cooking.
two bowls with watermelon sorbet
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Made with only four ingredients, this refreshing treat can double as a fun activity to try with kids.
a bowl filled with sweet citrus vinaigrette
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Top your salad with this zippy and tangy vinaigrette provided by Detroit Public Schools Community District, a partner of the Life Time Foundation.
a plate of parmesan chicken with rosemary new potatoes and broccoli
By The Life Time Foundation Team
A one-pan, meal-prep-friendly, pick-eater-approved recipe that weeknight dinner dreams are made of.
A glass dish and small pitcher filled with many-herb drizzle.
By Rebecca Katz
Packed with fresh parsley, mint, and chives, this drizzle is perfect with veggies, grilled meats, and soups.
Banana chocolate crunch shake
By The Life Time Training Team
Try this chocolate-flavored shake the next time a craving for something sweet hits.
Burrito bowl
By The Life Time Training Team
Get inspired by your favorite Mexican takeout to make this healthier version of a build-your-own bowl.
Almond butter and jam muffins.
By The Life Time Training Team
Using almond butter instead of peanut, these AB and J muffins offer the same flavor as the classic sandwich but in a gluten-free, dairy-free snack.
Turkey sausage breakfast patties
By The Life Time Training Team
Sausage patties don't need to be full of grease to taste great. Try these paired with your favorite breakfast foods instead.
a plate of Indian vegetable curry
By The Life Time Foundation Team
This recipe was provided by Austin Independent School district, one of the Life Time Foundation's partners. Try replacing some of the zucchini or squash with your favorite seasonal options, such as shredded carrots, broccoli, or cauliflower.
rainbow kabobs on a metal tray
By The Life Time Foundation Team
These kabobs showcase fresh, seasonal veggies, with this recipe doubling as a fun activity to do with your kids. Try making with our suggested ingredients or customize with your favorite rainbow-colored veggies.
a bowl of cinnamon applesauce
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Try using a variety of apples to add a more complex flavor to this two-ingredient snack.
a bowl of quinoa tacos
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Add your favorite taco toppings, such as guacamole, cheese, or mixed greens, to customize these bowls to your taste.
a bowl of homemade bbq sauce
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Enjoy this summer staple without the added sugars often found in store-bought varieties.
a bowl of chicken ramen
By The Life Time Foundation Team
This recipe was provided by Chef Ann Cooper of the Boulder Valley School District, one of the Life Time Foundation's partners.
a plate of wild rice orange salad served over sliced squash
By The Life Time Foundation Team
This citrusy recipe was provided by The Lunch Box, a free resource for schools that recieves funding from the Life Time Foundation.
a pie tin with baked spring veggie quiche
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Take advantage of fresh spring vegetables while they're in season, or turn this quiche into a year-round dish by swapping in whatever veggies are available at the time.
a bowl of UnBEETable Hummus with vegetables
By The Life Time Foundation Team
For a richer flavor and brighter color, try roasting the cubed beet with a small amount of olive oil before adding it to the hummus.
Almond butter hummus
By The Life Time Training Team
For a twist on traditional hummus, try this tahini-free, almond-flavored alternative. 
chicken tenders served in a metal tray
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Do your kiddos beg for chicken nuggets? Feel good about serving them these tenders that are free of Harmful 7 ingredients.
Turmeric ginger shake
By The Life Time Training Team
Not only are turmeric and ginger two incredible superfoods, but they also taste great together in this shake.
AvoKeto shake
By The Life Time Training Team
High in fiber and protein, low in carbs, and dairy-free, this shake is built with ingredients to keep you feeling full.
a antique pot filled with nourishing soup
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Customize this slow-cooker soup to your liking by adding your favorite seasonal veggies, such as broccoli, cauliflower, or squash.
almond flour cookies on plate
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Top these cookies with some nut butter, or a homemade glaze made from a mix of coconut oil and honey.
Black bean brownies
By The Life Time Training Team
You can't taste the black beans — and won't miss the dairy or gluten — in these better-for-you brownies. 
Turkey meatloaf muffin
By The Life Time Training Team
Give this traditional comfort food a nutritional boost by trying this gluten- and dairy-free turkey meatloaf.
Alfredo spaghetti squash bake
By The Life Time Training Team
You won't miss the heavy cream in this lower carb, gluten- and dairy-free spin on chicken Alfredo pasta that's boosted with extra veggie power.
Veggie detox bowl
By The Life Time Training Team
Use leftover quinoa and sweet potatoes to quickly throw together this bowl. If you eat meat, try adding some chopped chicken. 
Turkey sweet potato hash
By The Life Time Training Team
The addition of ground turkey turns this hash into a main course.
Avocado-apple-chicken-salad
By The Life Time Training Team
Using cooked chicken speeds up the preparation of this light, refreshing, and nutritious salad.
White chicken chili
By The Life Time Training Team
This comforting chili tastes just as good reheated as it does the day you cook it, making it an ideal recipe to batch cook for easy meals for the days ahead.
Baked oatmeal
By The Life Time Training Team
Prepare this baked oatmeal for an easy breakfast that's packed with protein and both dairy- and gluten-free.
baked pears filled with cinnamon spice
By The Life Time Foundation Team
These pears smell just as good cooking as they taste to eat.
maple cinnamon pumpkin seeds in a wooden bowl
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Try these seeds on top of oatmeal, as an afternoon snack, or for a sweet treat after dinner.
Mug of golden turmeric milk.
By Lisa Markley and Jill Grunewald
This anti-inflammatory tonic is made with dairy-free milk, several warming spices, and a dash of honey or maple syrup.
frozen yogurt dipped fruit
By The Life Time Foundation Team
This cool summer snack is naturally sweetened by your favorite seasonal berries, which is complemented by the rich creaminess of Greek yogurt.
a stack of homemade granola bars
By The Life Time Foundation Team
These quick and easy, six-ingredient bars make the perfect after school snack — and don't contain any of the added sugars often found in store-bought varieties.
a glass filled with a green smoothie and a bowl of spinach
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Want an easy way to sneak more veggies into your kid's diet? They'll never taste them in this green smoothie.
PB & Jelly bites
By The Life Time Foundation Team
A little bit sweet and a little bit salty — these bite-size energy bites let you enjoy this classic flavor combination without the sugar rush.
a plate of Quinoa Sweet Potato Salad
By The Life Time Foundation Team
This salad is perfect for a meatless Monday meal, meal-prep-friendly dish, or a side for a weeknight dinner.
a plate of chicken and vegetable curry
By The Life Time Foundation Team
This nourishing curry is full of flavor and fresh veggies.
a salad topped with homemade vinaigrette
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Try this simple, healthy, four-ingredient dressing on your favorite salad.
peppers filled with taco filling
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Try this twist on tacos for a fun weeknight meal or as the perfect bite-sized snack.
Black bean burger with carrot fries, slaw and guacamole.
By Life Time
This black bean burger is topped with slaw and guacamole and served with a side of carrot fries.
Bowl of pad thai
By Life Time
This easy, healthy pad Thai recipe is loaded with veggies and protein — and flavor.
Salmon burger with carrot fries on a plate.
By Life Time
This salmon burger is topped with slaw and guacamole and served with a side of carrot fries.
a bowl of chicken vegetable stir fry
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Trade your typical takeout for this quick and simple stir-fry.
a crock fille with White Bean Winter Soup
By The Life Time Foundation Team
This nutrient-rich soup is the perfect way to warm up on a cold winter day.
baked cauliflower tots on a pan
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Do your kids beg for tater tots? Try this veggie version you can feel great about serving them.
a plate of apple nachos
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Try this fun and creative snack for an after school or post-dinner treat.
a plate of Sweet Potato Nachos
By The Life Time Foundation Team
Next time you're in need of a game-time or after-school snack, try this nutritious and delicious take on nachos.
Bowl of chili
By Life Time
If you prefer a milder chili, substitute the diced tomatoes with green chilies for regular diced tomatoes.
Chicken, vegetables and rice on a plate
By Life Time
Marinated chicken overnight infuses big flavor into this easy dish. For more veggie power, serve your stir-fry over cauliflower rice instead of brown rice.
Bowl of chicken wild rice soup
By Life Time
Pureed beans give this soup a thick, creamy texture without the use of heavy cream.
Two chicken tacos on a plate with salsa and guacamole.
By Life Time
Make every night Taco Tuesday with well-seasoned chicken breasts and build-your-own topping options for all tastes.
Egg frittata on a plate with mixed greens.
By Life Time
A little bacon makes a big flavor impact in this easy breakfast dish. Serve with lightly dressed mixed greens to round out the meal and add an extra serving of veggies to your plate.
Chicken breast, brown rice, Brussels sprouts and spinach on a plate.
By Life Time
Homemade sauce brings the flavor to this chicken and roasted veggie dish.
Kale Caesar salad with salmon
By Life Time
Kale is the star of this Caesar salad that packs a nutritional punch. A homemade Caesar dressing with a secret ingredient (cashews!) brings the dish together.
Teriyaki chicken lettuce wraps on a plate
By Life Time
Ground chicken and chopped veggies make a delicious filling for these fresh and easy lettuce wraps. If you can’t find butter lettuce leaves, Romaine makes a suitable substitute.
A cast-iron skillet of sauteed apples with maple-glazed pecans next to slices of apple and a bowl of pecans.
By Betsy Nelson
Sautéing apples enables you to cook them through without dehydrating them like baking or roasting does, and it allows the apples to maintain their shape and not get mushy. Serve with plain yogurt, a drizzle of cream, or a crumble of goat cheese.
Balls of different flavors of coconut chocolate truffles.
By Betsy Nelson
Chocolate truffles are traditionally made with cream, butter, and egg yolks, but this simple version uses coconut milk and coconut oil. Try different flavorings such as orange or lemon zest, cinnamon, cardamom, or even a pinch of cayenne pepper.
A pitcher and two glasses of a grapefruit margarita.
By Betsy Nelson
For a classic presentation, salt the edge of your glasses by running a lime wedge around the rim and rolling in kosher salt.
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