Let's get cooking this February with some new recipe inspiration from my 5 Healthy Recipes to Try This February! I'm sharing my favorites for the Super Bowl, Valentine's Day at home, and a new simple dinner idea you'll love.
I searched the Running in a Skirt food archives to find a few simple and delicious recipes to make this February. My hope is to get you inspired to try new recipes without you having to do all the legwork to search for them on the inter-webs! Who has time for that? Did you know that I have over 500 recipes on my site? You can find them all here.
February is such a great food month. Between Super Bowl food AND Valentine's Day, there are lots of great reasons to try new recipes at home. Who doesn't love an irresistible football dip? Or what about a restaurant-quality scallop dish for Valentine's Day that is actually crazy simple and healthy to make at home.
Let's get cooking with another delicious month of healthy food!
5 Healthy Recipes to Make This February
Looking for a tasty recipe to make for the Super Bowl or game night? How about my crazy delish Cheesy Buffalo Shrimp Dip with some healthy swaps that don't comprise the taste. If you like buffalo flavors, you are LOVE this. The Hubs has already requested this for our Super Bowl spread.
Here's another fun twist on a game night favorite! My Everything Bagel Guacamole features Everything Bagel Seasoning for a fun dips or spread that is purely irresistible.
If you like that delicious peanut dressing at Thai restaurants, you are going to love this. My Easy and Healthy Thai Noodle Salad is made with noodles, your favorite veggies, and my simple homemade and healthy peanut dressing.
Scallops with Mango Salsa
With Valentines Day just a few days away, here's a beautiful new recipe for you to try for your Valentine. These Seared Scallops with Mango Salsa look fancy but this entire meal can be made in less than 20 minutes.
Here's a great healthy sweet to make at home for Valentine's Day! My Healthy No Bake Brownie Bites taste like brownies but are made with a healthy combination of dates and cocoa powder. If you are feeling festive add some heart sprinkles to them.
Happy cooking, my friends!
Make sure to check out my Recipe Roundup Page to discover more healthy recipes to make!
Which one do you want to try first?