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Drinks

45. Almond Antioxidant SmoothieGet your daily dose of antioxidants with this berry-rich blend. Mix up fruit of your choice (tart cherries, blueberries, pomegranate seeds, raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries are all loaded with the healthy compounds) with a dash of almond milk, honey, and vanilla for an energizing way to start the day.
46. Ginger Cucumber JuiceWhile juice cleanses are usually not a good idea, we won’t turn our noses up at a glass of green juice first thing in the morning (as long as it’s not the only thing being consumed all day). This pungent beverage features cukes, cayenne pepper, lime juice, parsley, and ginger — it’ll definitely wake you up in the morning.
47. Coconut-Lime Detox DrinkThis green machine drink manages to be the oh-so-elusive combination of super-healthy and super-tasty. To make it, just blend together baby spinach, lime juice, lemon juice, coconut water, and a drizzle of maple syrup (to keep it from getting too sour).
48. Green Holiday Detox SmoothieFeeling like Santa himself after one too many trips to the holiday party dessert table? We’ve all been there. Feel fresh ‘n’ clean after just one sip of this superfood-filled green smoothie. Combine kale leaves, raw cranberries, frozen strawberries, juice, and a bit of water, and hit “reset” on your diet.
49. Purple Power SmoothieThis blended drink is absolutely loaded with healthy fruits and veggies, from carrots to spinach to blueberries. Pump up the flavor with fresh ginger, mango, and your favorite milk.

Snacks

28. Maple Roasted ChickpeasWhip up a batch of these tasty chickpeas to ensure plenty of healthy snacks for the week. With a drizzle of maple syrup, a sprinkling of brown sugar, and a touch of cinnamon, they’re a healthy way to enjoy a sweet treat.
29. Minty Pea DipFor those times when you’re just sick and tired of hummus, salsa, and guac, this fresh dip hits the spot. Whiz peas, mint leaves, lemon juice, garlic, tahini, and olive oil in a food processor until smooth. Dip in with homemade pita chips, veggies, or thin slices of whole-grain baguette for a healthy snack.
30. Ham and Broccoli Quinoa BitesThis slightly more substantial snack is ideal for the 3pm munchies. Made with quinoa, eggs, ham (omit for a vegetarian-friendly recipe), broccoli, and cheese, these little nuggets are loaded with protein and will keep you full ‘til mealtime.
31. Savory Pumpkin-Flaxseed-Onion CrackersLooking for something crunchy to eat with your favorite dips and spreads? These healthy crackers contain just nine ingredients (including salt and pepper) — compare that to your favorite brand of store-bought crackers. Plus, with flax seed and pumpkin seeds making up two of the main ingredients, these crispy crackers pack quite a nutritional punch.
32. Sweet Potato HummusIt’s no secret — we’re pretty obsessed with all varieties of hummus around here. This tasty variation gets an extra boost of fiber and beta-carotene from a baked sweet potato. Just blend the sweet potato, chickpeas, cider vinegar, tahini, olive oil, and a touch of maple syrup or agave in a food processor and you’re ready to snack!
33. Salt and Vinegar Kale ChipsKale chips are the perfect solution for when you want to eat junk food but also feel good about your dietary choices. They’re super easy to make at home — just toss chip-sized pieces of kale with a bit of olive oil, and let them crisp up in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes. This version — reminiscent of salt-and-vinegar potato chips — gets flavor from olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and a sprinkling of sea salt.
34. Cinnamon Fruit KebobsTurn regular old raw fruit into a fancy snack (or dessert) with this simple cooking technique. Cut fruits into bite-size chunks, put them on skewers, and cook them on the grill, basting with a mixture of cinnamon and honey, until they’re golden brown. The recipe calls for pineapple, white nectarines, and plums, but other similarly-sized fruits would probably work just fine.
35. Vegan PestoNobody should live a life without pesto — even those who choose to avoid dairy. This “pesto” recipe is a little unconventional. Instead of basil, pine nuts, and Parmesan cheese, it gets flavor and texture from an eggplant, almonds, sun-dried tomatoes, and cilantro. Serve as a base for pizza, or enjoy as a dip with veggies or multi-grain bread.