Eating healthy doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, you can feed your body the nutrients it needs without spending a ton of time in the kitchen or stressing over complicated cooking instructions. From delicious drinks with science-backed ingredients to tasty low-carb lunch and dinner options to delectable desserts that don’t contain any added sugars, here are 21 easy recipes you can incorporate into your healthy routine.
From smoothies to coffee to tea, here are some creative drinks you can add to your healthy routine.
1. Greens Powder Smoothie
Start your day with a nutrient-packed smoothie that contains superfoods, nootropics, digestive enzymes and a probiotic. Sip your way to body-mind support from Bulletproof Greens, the star ingredient in this recipe. Plus, Bulletproof Unflavored Collagen Protein provides the building blocks that support healthy bones, muscles and joints.†
2. Prebiotic Bulletproof Coffee
Show your gut some love with a cup of fat-fueled coffee that provides gut support via Bulletproof InnerFuel Prebiotic. Creamy, delicious and packed with quality fats, this version of Bulletproof Coffee is an easy way to make your healthy routine even better.
3. Collagen Sleep Tea
When it’s time to wind down and get ready for bed, try sipping this sleep-supportive tea. Bulletproof Sleep Collagen Protein contains several relaxing ingredients, including chamomile, melatonin and magnesium. The Lucuma vanilla flavor tastes great on its own, but a sprinkle of cinnamon and a touch of dried ginger make this drink truly dreamy.
4. Blue Spirulina Latte
Looking for a new way to enjoy a latte? This superfood-enhanced version includes blue spirulina, a microalgae that’s high in phytonutrients, selenium, zinc, B vitamins and iron. Plus, this visually stunning drink features a source of sustained energy in the form of Bulletproof Brain Octane C8 MCT Oil.
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5. Keto Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins
Begin your morning with keto-friendly muffins that taste equally delicious at all times of the day. The classic pairing of lemon and poppy seeds works wonderfully in this easy breakfast option. And while traditional muffin recipes include dry ingredients like white flour and sugar, this version features paleo-friendly flours, an approved sweetener and Bulletproof Vanilla Bean Energy Collagen Protein—a caffeine-free supplement that supports an energized body and mind.†
6. Immune-Boosting Smoothie Bowl
Instead of a cup and straw, you’ll need a bowl and spoon to take down this immune-supporting smoothie. The creamy base includes quality fats from avocado, coconut cream and Bulletproof MCT Oil. Plus, two Bulletproof Immune Defense Collagen Protein Packets support a healthy immune response, bones, joints and muscles.†
7. Keto Breakfast Tacos With Bacon and Guacamole
These A.M.-inspired tacos (with only 4g of net carbs per taco!) are a fun way to fuel up with quality fats and protein. Pasture-raised eggs cooked in Bulletproof Grass-Fed Ghee serve as keto-friendly “shells” for a tasty filling that includes crispy bacon, creamy avocado and tender chunks of diced sweet potatoes.
8. Keto Coffee Cake
Enjoy a slice of this gluten-free coffee cake with a freshly brewed cup of toxin-tested coffee for a quick and easy breakfast. High in quality fats and low in net carbs, this recipe becomes more divine when you drizzle the Bulletproof-backed glaze over the top.
Lunch and dinner
You can easily make full meals that’ll keep you fueled with quality fats and protein. Here are some simple-but-delicious lunch and dinner ideas to add to your recipe repertoire.
9. Keto Ramen
With unmistakable umami flavors and staple ingredients like soft-boiled eggs and seared sirloin, this low-carb ramen is a healthier alternative to typical ramen recipes. Rather than carb-heavy noodles, we keep things keto-friendly by using spiralized zucchini. And when you combine high-quality ingredients with a homemade beef bone broth, you achieve true ramen perfection.
10. Keto Slow Cooker Beef Stew
Don’t have a ton of time to prepare lunch or dinner? This low-and-slow beef stew is the solution to your problem. A hearty dish made for low-carb and keto dieters, tender chunks of beef, softened veggies and a rich gravy form a delicious combo that can be reheated later, making it perfect for meal prepping.
11. Keto Sushi Burrito
Significantly lower in carbs and still full of fresh, vibrant flavors, this spicy sushi burrito is a simple way to satisfy your sushi craving. Cauliflower rice is a great keto alternative, fresh tuna provides protein and avocado and Brain Octane C8 MCT Oil add quality fats to this healthier spin on a modern-day Japanese trend.
12. Paleo Chicken Taco Soup
All it takes is 15 minutes of prep time to create a chicken taco soup that’ll tantalize your taste buds, soothe your soul and benefit your body. This paleo-inspired recipe keeps the ingredient list simple, but the final product has complex flavors and balanced macros.
Pair your protein of choice with a side dish that doesn’t involve a ton of prep time or a long list of ingredients. These easy recipes will bolster your meal and provide nutritional support.
13. Easy Kimchi
This recipe for homemade kimchi will keep your taste buds engaged with every bite. Tangy, spicy and slightly sour, this Korean-inspired side dish boosts your gut diversity and provides building blocks for healthy bones, muscles and joints thanks to Unflavored Collagen Protein.
14. Avocado Pineapple Paleo Coleslaw
Want to keep things light? This refreshing paleo coleslaw contains fresh produce like cabbage, cucumber and pineapple that deliver micronutrients and plenty of crunch. And since no ‘slaw would be complete without a zingy dressing, this recipe takes care of that with one that includes apple cider vinegar, lemon juice and turmeric.
15. Bulletproof Guacamole
This upgraded guacamole features familiar ingredients like avocados, jalapenos and cilantro. However, adding Brain Octane C8 MCT Oil makes this side dish even creamier and keto-friendlier.
16. Gluten-Free Tabbouleh
Not only is this easy tabbouleh recipe gluten-free, but it’s also low-carb. Replacing wheat bulgur or couscous with cauliflower rice significantly reduces the net carb count and eliminates potential inflammation issues from grains.
17. Keto Bacon & Zucchini Muffins
A savory snack packed with protein and veggies, these bacon and zucchini muffins are well-suited for any healthy routine. Not only are they gluten-, sugar- and dairy-free, but they’re also low in carbs. Plus, they’re easy to make ahead of time and store (or freeze!) for future.
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18. Keto Chocolate Chunk Blondies
In less than an hour, you’ll be able to bite into a brownie-like dessert that’s buttery, fudgy and keto-approved. Made with a sugar-free Bulletproof Original Milk-Style Chocolate Bar, these low-carb blondies also include Vanilla Bean Energy Collagen Protein, which contains energizing MCT oil and a blend of adaptogens.
19. No-Bake Protein Brownie Bites
Rather go the no-bake route? These protein-packed brownie bites are a dark chocolate lover’s dream come true. Between Bulletproof Dark Chocolate Energy Collagen Protein and a Bulletproof Sea Salt Dark Chocolate Bar, this recipe has everything you could ask for—including zero refined sugar!
20. Keto Peppermint Patties
Ready to recreate a time-tested treat? These refined sugar-free peppermint patties provide quality fats, collagen protein and minimal carbs. Plus, how can you go wrong with the classic combo of peppermint and chocolate? (Hint: You can’t!)
21. Keto S’mores
Feeling nostalgic? Follow this recipe for low-carb s’mores for a healthier take on a childhood treat. Bulletproof Collagelatin helps the homemade marshmallows achieve the right consistency, and the keto “graham cracker” shortbread is the perfect vessel to make these s’mores come to life.
Ways to support a healthy routine
Including macro-friendly recipes in your weekly meal plan is just one part of maintaining a healthy routine. How else can you support your mind and body?
- Exercise regularly: Make movement a regular part of your schedule. A blend of strength training and cardio can help the whole body, and don’t be afraid to challenge yourself to accomplish a new fitness-related goal.
- Practice self-care: Your mental health is equally important as your physical health. It’s easy to get caught up with the grind of work and other responsibilities, so make sure to take some time for the most important person: you! Whether it involves journaling, going for a morning walk, traveling or meditating, practice self-care on a consistent basis.
- Work on your mobility: Even if you don’t have a desk job, it’s still important to work on your mobility. Take care of your joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles by foam rolling and stretching regularly. You can incorporate mobility work into your morning routine, or wait until before bed to implement this practice.
- Prioritize quality sleep: A critical component of your healthy routine should be getting quality sleep. Besides avoiding blue light at night, you can achieve better rest via supplements like Bulletproof Sleep or Bulletproof Sleep Mode, both of which contain melatonin.
- Use supplements for support: Following a well-formulated diet will get you far, but sometimes you need a little help. Take supplements to fill in any gaps or for targeted support.
Want to achieve better physical and mental balance? Upgrade your mind-body routine with new practices that’ll keep you motivated every step of the way.
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