51 Easy and Healthy 3-Ingredient Meals
A common barrier to cooking is seeing a mouthwatering recipe online, only to click and discover it requires double-digit ingredients, two of which you’ve never heard of. It doesn’t have to be that way. Delicious, healthy dishes can be crafted from just three ingredients. Skeptical? Just check out this list and get cooking!
Note: Olive oil, salt, and pepper don’t count as any of the three ingredients since most people have those on hand all the time (along with beer, of course).
Nope, these flapjacks don’t call for boxed mix! Appropriate for paleo and gluten-free eaters, free of added sugars, and spiked with cinnamon, you’ll never used premade mix again.
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Let the food processor do all the work to make these soft, chewy treats reminiscent of Larabars. Switch up the nuts and dried fruit (or try fun ingredients like chocolate chips, crystalized ginger, or coconut) to ensure breakfast (or a snack) is never boring.
Colorful and a good source of iron for energy and beta carotene for eye health, this healthier version of hash calls for roasting the potatoes instead of frying them for a sweeter yet still crispy morning dish.
Mixing a piña colada and a green smoothie would likely never happen at a bar (or juice bar), but this virgin drink is a great way to start the day off with some iron, healthy fats, and bromelain, an anti-inflammatory enzyme in pineapple.
Take everything that’s amazing about broccoli and cheddar soup and turn it into a morning meal you can eat with your hands. Genius.
One negative about most packaged granola bars: Those wholesome oats can be spiked with overly generous amounts of sugar. Take control with this recipe, adjusting the honey as necessary so it compliments the almond butter perfectly.
The idea of baking something already soft seems odd—until you eat it and realize how amazing warm, creamy avocado is. Especially when topped with an egg and bacon.
Put ham, egg, and cheese in a bowl, and what do you get? This super speedy and super tasty meal that anyone can make.
This drink gets nice and thick using avocado and banana. Use more or less milk to create your desired consistency, whether that’s drink-through-a-straw or eat-with-a-spoon.
The name sounds odd, but these banana and egg muffins, …read more