Get healthy recipes for a week of clean-eating dinners and sides, plus a printable shopping list.
Eating clean may seem like a trendy idea, but in the EatingWell Test Kitchen, it’s what we always think about when we develop recipes—and how we like to cook at home. It’s simply a healthy—and sustainable—way to approach all your meals. “Clean eating means filling your plate with real, whole foods, eating a variety of fruits and whole grains, moderate amounts of lean meats and sustainable seafood, dairy, nuts and seeds and healthy oils,” says Michelle Dudash, registered dietitian and author of Clean Eating for Busy Families. And, she adds, “Notice how you don’t eliminate food groups?” Now that’s good news!
To help jump-start your clean-eating efforts, I’ve put together a 7-day clean-eating dinner menu. All the planning has been done for you! I focused on delicious recipes that embody clean-eating principles, so you’ll be limiting processed food, slashing sodium, eating less meat, loading up on vegetables and choosing more whole grains. Fast and healthy side dish suggestions round out each meal.
Download a mini cookbook with all the recipes for this week of meals plus a printable shopping list!
—Breana Lai, Associate Food Editor