Best Healthy Recipes From Twitter

by Leigh Ann Otte, managing editor

Do you like to cook?

Some of our favorite things to post on Twitter are healthy recipes. For this Twitter Friday, we’ve rounded up a few of the best from the last month or so.

We’d love it if you’d share links to your favorite online healthy recipes in the comments section below.


Healthy Breakfast Recipes


Healthy Lunch and Dinner Recipes


Sides and Dips


Dessert


More Fun Stuff

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Want more? Here are great healthy summer recipes from all over the Internet, including oven-baked buttermilk chicken, grilled strawberries and kiwis, and even a watermelon cake.

(Follow us on Twitter here: @FamilyDoctorMag, @DrHubbard, @Health55Plus.)

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6 Responses to “Best Healthy Recipes From Twitter”

  1. Sagan Says:

    Ooh thanks for the roundup!

  2. Leigh Ann Says:

    You’re welcome, Sagan. Glad you liked it.

    Leigh Ann Otte
    Managing Editor
    My Family Doctor magazine

  3. MaryLouise English Says:

    This is terrific – they all sound so enticing! Can’t wait to try them.

    And since you asked, here are a couple of my favorite healthy online recipe sites with sample dishes that are scrumptuous:

    http://www.TotalHealthBreakthroughs.com is a free health newsletter that features recipes from Kelley Herring, Founder & CEO of Healing Gourmet. Must try: Lemongrass Seafood Curry, http://budurl.com/kkgz

    http://www.RecipeZaar.com includes reviews and ratings for its dishes. Must try: Quinoa-Black Bean Salad, http://budurl.com/hq6a

    http://www.SavvyVegetarian.com has quinoa recipes too, plus tons of others. I’m not a vegetarian myself, but I love this site for its innovative & exciting ideas & dishes.

  4. Judy Rodman Says:

    Oh my gosh, I’m going to try some of these… I just read through the broccoli recipe and my mouth is watering (usually don’t like the stuff particularly).

    Great to get some ideas that are not boring… making it easy to eat the colors of the rainbow!

  5. lhubbard Says:

    MaryLouise, thanks so much for the feedback and the recipe links. I need to try more quinoa dishes.

    Judy, I know! That broccoli one looks so good! I’m glad you liked the looks of the recipes.

    Happy cooking!

    Leigh Ann Otte
    Managing Editor
    My Family Doctor magazine

  6. Dental Palmdale Says:

    Wow, thank you for posting this. I will try those very interesting recipes from different sites.

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