Twenty Eat Well Recipes for January


We are delighted that Kellie who writes Food To Glow has put together this mouthwatering round up of recipes to kick start a healthy New Year. An ex-pat American cancer health educator Kellie makes mainly ‘plant-based’ recipes with fresh, seasonal British ingredients and most of her non-vegan recipes will have vegan alternatives as well as gluten free options.

Over to Kellie…

Ah, January. The month of penitence: no booze, no chocolate, no fun. Or, maybe not. Looking after ourselves, and putting the excesses of the festive season behind us, doesn’t have to involve giving up delicious food.

My best advice is to add an extra portion of vegetables to every meal and snack (a different colour for each ups the nutrition credentials, too). But trying some of these healthy and wholefood recipes will make January anything but a punishment. Even if we did eat all the (mince) pies.


More January Eat Well recipes:

  • Super-thick coconut yogurt from Oh She Glows
  • Franglais Kitchen’s oat and carrot pancakes
  • Butternut squash and chickpea dopiaza from A Mummy Too
  • Ren Behan’s beetroot and kale soup with kale and almond crumble
  • Tin and Thyme’s cauliflower rice with jerk sweet potatoes
  • Thai ginger soup with cashews from Le Coin De Mel
  • The Hedge Comber’s watercress and pine nut soup
  • Easy pomegranate, tofu and walnut stew from Food To Glow
  • Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary’s vegan shepherdess pie with cauliflower mash
  • Raw walnut, hemp apricot brownie bites from The Balanced Vegan

You can find Kellie at Food To Glow, on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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