What to Eat In 2016

Jan 6, 2016
Christmas is over. New Year’s Eve is now just a fuzzy memory. The time is here to tackle everything you told yourself you’ll start to do in the New Year. Get healthier. Take more time for yourself. Cook more at home. Save more money. While we can’t help with everything, we’ve put together some delicious recipes from our favorite food bloggers to help you get on the right track in 2016.

Dashing Dish: Roasted Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, and Peppers

Roasted Sausage, Sweet Potatoes, and Peppers
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Katie Farrell of
Dashing Dish loves how this meal comes together with just a few simple ingredients and 30 minutes in the oven. "Not only are those three components ideal when it comes to preparing a meal, but the smell of this dish roasting will bring everyone to the table," she says. Get the recipe. 

Somewhat Simple: Buffalo Chicken Meatballs

Buffalo Chicken Meatballs
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Buffalo Chicken Meatballs are a creative and healthier twist on traditional game day appetizers. "Take the same saucy flavors of your favorite buffalo wings and serve it over tasty chicken meatballs for a seriously awesome party food your guests will fall in love with," says Stephanie Dulgarian of 
Somewhat Simple. Get the recipe.

All Day I Dream About Food: Low Carb Slow Cooker Spaghetti Squash and Chicken Meatballs

All Day I Dream About Food
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Keeping it healthy and low carb can be hard, especially when trying to feed an entire family. Carolyn Ketchum of
All Day I Dream About Food can empathize. "I have three hungry children and a very tall, VERY hungry husband. Simply put, I can’t always keep up with the demand," she says. This is where a slow cooker, spaghetti squash and chicken meatballs comes to save Carolyn's day. "When I am on a tight timeline to feed a hungry family, this works for me!" Get the recipe.

Doughmesstic: Easy Buffalo Chicken Sausage Salad

Easy Buffalo Chicken Sausage Salad
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Delicious buffalo chicken salad doesn't have to be hard or complicated, just ask Susan Whetzel of
Doughmesstic. "This recipe name may have you thinking it’s going to be complicated. Having to make a sauce, and cook, and chop, and well, spend time in a kitchen. This salad couldn’t be more simple!" Get the recipe.

Go Dairy Free: Italian Paleo Stuffed Chicken Sausage Mushrooms

Italian Paleo Stuffed Chicken Sausage Mushrooms
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You're probably thinking what we're thinking. Dairy free paleo stuffed mushrooms? Really? Trust us, they're so delicious. "These paleo stuffed mushrooms are rich with nuts (don’t be afraid – the results are amazing!) you can use this lean chicken sausage and still get very indulgent results," says
Go Dairy Free's Alisa Fleming. Get the recipe.