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Eating healthy can be a real challenge. But thanks to Instagram there are several fabulous foodies that fill our feeds with colorful, healthy eats. Whether you’re vegan, looking for paleo recipes, or just hoping to make the latest mouthwatering smoothie bowl, these gals have you covered. Hello, beach bod!


If you aren’t following Sarah from The Delicious, you and your palate are missing out. From kimchi deviled eggs to avocado toast nine different ways so you never get bored, her Instagram feed is full of drool-worthy, healthy eats. For recipes and gorgeous food photos, be sure to check out her blog too.



Looking to spice things up this spring? Follow Sprouted Kitchen for some of the most uh-mazing looking creations we’ve ever seen. Like this salad, which contains a dressing made from capers, parmesan, fresh basil and parsley, agave, dijon, white wine vinegar, a dollop of mayo, and olive oil. Are you drooling yet?! Check out the blog for more yummy ideas.



We love Oh She Glows for many reasons; One being this green tea lime pie smoothie bowl. Angela’s recipes showcase her passion for plant-based foods (plus they are meat and dairy-free!). She also avoids gluten, soy, and processed foods whenever possible. Her blog features all of these delicious recipes — and there’s also a new recipe app.  


Vegan falafel “meatballs” baked in a rich Italian tomato sauce & served on gluten free spaghetti ??☺️ super satisfying & super delicious ? For the falafels: In a food processor pulse 2 1/2 cups of organic canned chickpeas, I brown onion, 3 cloves of garlic & 1/2 cup fresh flat leaf parsley until it’s a grainy texture. Then add in 1 tsp cumin, 4 tbs buckwheat flour, 1/2 tsp coconut oil, 1 tsp baking powder, 1/2 tsp baking soda & 1/2 tsp Himalayan pink salt. Blend until combined then slowly add in 1/3 cup of water. Leave for 10 minutes to thicken then roll into balls & bake at 170 degrees Celsius for 10 minutes ? Whilst they’re baking in a large pan fry off one town onion & 3 cloves of garlic crushed in some coconut oil until tender. Add in one cup of button mushrooms sliced, 2 cans of organic crushed tomatoes, 2 big dollops of tomato paste, 2 handfuls of fresh kale, dried oregano & thyme to taste, a handful of fresh basil & some cracked pepper ☺️ combine then simmer for 10 minutes. Remove from heat, plonk your falafels in the pan, add some grilled asparagus & feta cheese (leave this out for the vegan option) & bake for another 10 minutes. Serve with pasta of your choice & you’re all done! Yum ☺️ ps I used a cast iron skillet which can be transferred from stove to oven but you can transfer yours to a baking dish if you have a regular frying pan ? #vegetarian #vegetables #pasta #vegetarianfood #recipe #cooking #yum #food #foodporn #lowcarb #glutenfree #dinner #meal #lunch #healthyfood #cleanfood #cleanesting #diet #fitfam #organic #plantbased #vegan #veganfood #veganfoodshare #iqs #sugarfree #feedfeed A photo posted by Nikki-Lee Frost (@veggie_moments) on


Nikki-Lee Frost of Veggie Moments proves that vegan doesn’t have to be boring. Just take these vegan falafel “meatballs,” for instance. They’re “baked in a rich Italian tomato sauce” and served alongside gluten-free spaghetti. Yes, please!

Why not make a double batch of chocolate chip cookies on a Tuesday? ????? #glutenfree #grainfree #paleo #vegan

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And if your sweet tooth comes knocking, no fret. Clean Food Dirty City has a recipe for that. We suggest these oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, which are gluten-free, grain-free, paleo, and vegan. The blog is also super easy to navigate and full of healthy #foodspiration.

xx, The FabFitFun Team