St. Patty’s Day is mind-blowingly overbrimming with green stuff, but not all green meals on the plate are safe and nutritious. The fattening, sugary, high-calorie, and artificially-colored foods are absolutely unhealthy. If you are looking to eat healthy without sacrificing the color and taste, I have created a special green meal plan for you to try out on St. Patrick’s Day. All these green recipes are healthy and graciously delicious.
The first thing you put in your body as soon as you wake up plays a crucial role in how you feel and look throughout the day. One of the healthiest ways to start your day with is definitely oatmeal, but are you into eating green oats? I suggest you start your St. Patty’s Day with a yummy, nutrient-packed smoothie or a green juice – if you are spring detoxing your body.
Mint Chocolate Chip Green Smoothie
What can be more delicious and festive than this green, vegan, gluten-free, and chocolatey goodness? Just a few minutes and your nutrient-rich breakfast is ready. Get the recipe here.
Detox Green Juice
If you are following a detox program, do not use St. Patrick’s Day as an excuse to indulge in something fatty or artificially-colored. Give these green juice a try. It tastes as awesome as it looks. Get the recipe here.
Spinach Oatmeal Pancakes
Can’t imagine your morning without oats? Incorporate them in these festive green pancakes. They are super quick and easy to make. Get the recipe here.
Are you always tempted to visit the office vending machine even after you have your healthy salad? That’s because your lunch meal is not as powerful as it should be. On St. Patrick’s Day, it may be harder to avoid the temptations and overcome your cravings. Fear not, though. The following lunch ideas will make your tummy happy.
Vegan Avocado Salad with Cucumber, Scallions and Arugula
Life is impossible without avocado, especially when it comes to lunch. This avocado cucumber salad is gluten-free and vegan and takes around 15 minutes to make. Get the recipe here.
Gluten-Free Vegan Quinoa Tabouli
Craving something refreshing? This quinoa-inspired salad will easily satisfy your craving. It is naturally green and totally filling. Get the recipe here.
Bright, healthy, and hearty, these spring rolls have an impeccable taste. Plus, they look amazingly festive. Get the recipe here.
Read also – 7 Yummiest Veggies for Grilling This Spring
No St. Patty’s Day party is complete without a dessert. Trick your family and friends into eating healthy treats without letting them know.
Gluten-Free Matcha Green Tea Muffins
Green muffins seem to be a staple on St. Patrick’s Day, but these ones will certainly win everyone over. Get the recipe here.
Avocado Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
I found this recipe on Peta and immediately fell in love with it. First, because it contains avocado. Second, because it is ice cream. Enjoy!
Green Tea Matcha Chocolate
This one is a festive and healthy alternative to a beloved dark chocolate. Moderation is a must here, though. Get the recipe here.
End your St. Patrick’s Day with one of these healthy and filling dinner recipes.
Alkalizing Green Soup
This alkalizing green soup is divine and it is no hassle at all. Get the recipe here.
Burst Tomato and Zucchini Spaghetti with Avocado Sauce
This light dinner is ideal for the whole family. You can even treat your guests to this miracle meal at your St. Patty’s Day party. Get the recipe here.
Read also – 10 Healthy Fiber-Rich Foods
Broccoli Hummus Pie
Surprise your guests with an even more unique meal by making this savory broccoli hummus pie. It is not that tricky to make. Get the recipe here.
There you have it; some of the most festive and healthy breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert ideas. They will make your St. Patty’s Day cooking easier and a lot more enjoyable.