Now That I’m Clean Eating, What Can I Cook?

Now That I’m Clean Eating, What Can I Cook?

If you’re used to just microwaving (or frying up something from the freezer), don’t sweat it. I’ve got a few recipes on hand (on this site – a formerly neglected area of the site, I will admit) that will help you get it done.

Lime Broccoli Chicken Pasta

Honey Mustard Rice

Balsamic Chicken and Carrots

Broccoli Cheese Soup

Basil Rubbed Chicken A La Erika

That’s just the beginning! Check out the recipes section, and give yourself a head start! 7 days will feel like a breeze!

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By | 2017-06-10T11:46:47+00:00 October 23rd, 2012|Cook It Yourself|11 Comments

About the Author:

The proud leader of the #bgg2wlarmy, Erika Nicole Kendall writes food and fitness, body image and beauty, and more here at #bgg2wl. After losing over 150lbs, Kendall became a personal trainer certified in fitness nutrition, women's fitness, and weight loss by the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is also certified in sports nutrition by Precision Nutrition. She now lives in New York with her husband and children, and is working on her 6th and 7th certifications because she likes having alphabet soup at the end of her name.

11 Comments

  1. Reecie April 23, 2010 at 2:23 PM - Reply

    looks yummy! I will be checking these out! thank you!

  2. Virgos Very Own September 8, 2011 at 6:08 PM - Reply

    Can you tell me how I can cook the Balsamic Chicken and Carrots please?

  3. ShayB September 9, 2011 at 2:15 AM - Reply

    Looove the basil rubbed chicken a la Erika! Hey, just puttin it out there, but when you get a spare moment, could you section off the recipes by cook time, 5 ingredients or less, n00b-proof, etc.? I know its bold as all-get-out to come at you like this but several times have I looked through your recipes, salivated at the pics, and clicked the one that made me go Niagara down my shirtfront, only to realize that it requires some strange type of cookware that Ive never heard of before (yes, Im talking about a dutch oven- dont laugh, moms fanciest cookware piece was the casserole dish). @_@….*_*…. x_x … yea. So, um just an idea. Oh, and I will be purchasing all of your meal plans just as soon as I recover from purchasing fall semester textbooks- why is a used textbook $90?! Burns my muffins…

    • T September 9, 2011 at 10:27 AM - Reply

      Money saving tip on textbooks check the college library…. if your is like mine they don’t charge late fees so you can check the book out all semester. Sometimes the editions are different so if you have to answer questions from the book you may want to ask a classmate to work with you

      I’ll be trying out the recipes on the site the honey mustard rice looks delish!!!!

  4. rockelle February 19, 2013 at 9:58 AM - Reply

    I made your Baked Salmon with Dill. I’m definitely a fan. Had people at my job standing over my shoulder smelling the deliciousness. Where do you get your ideas for recipes?

    • Erika Nicole Kendall February 19, 2013 at 11:19 AM - Reply

      Well, to be fair, salmon with dill is a pretty common combination. Dill, lemon and seafood always works well together. You could swap out salmon with shrimp and it’d still be great. Swap out shrimp with tilapia, scallops or anything else… and you’re golden. Some combinations just always work well together. 🙂

  5. Kahja February 19, 2013 at 10:41 PM - Reply

    Are these in any of the meal plans, and if so, which one?

  6. Lisa November 3, 2015 at 10:13 PM - Reply

    Finally found the page that I need to start my clean eating! Any chance of you having a recipe for Salmon that uses balsamic vinegar?

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