We all need some occasional inspiration for meal prep and weeknight dinner ideas. Here is a list of my top 9 recipe websites for meal planning with fun balanced options! It doesn’t need to be chicken and broccoli every night. Challenge yourself with a new recipe this week from one of these options. You won’t be disappointed.
Favorite Chefs and Registered Dietitian Recipe Websites Include:
Alexis is awesome at what she does. She inspires others to eat happy and live fully. She specializes in food blogging and helping women ditch diets with her tasty recipes. She has creative desserts, plant-based recipes and amazing salad creations! Her homemade dressings are worth the extra time.
Kayleigh is a food-loving registered dietitian, wife, and mom helping her followers find joy in the kitchen with delicious real-food recipes. Only you get to define what feels best to you, whether it’s eating gluten-free or gluten-filled, vegetarian or omnivorous, filled with kale smoothies or not a trace of kale in sight. I love how flexible the recipes are and easy to accommodate preferences.
The Sassy Dietitian
She loves all things food, fitness, & coffee-related things. Um same! For all my CrossFit athletes who need some new ideas, she’s got em. Her meals are real food, great workout fuel and delicious. Plus, who doesn’t love a little sass and fun?
McKel is one of a kind. I love her mission is to guide others to become more in tune and aware of their wellbeing by practicing small daily actions. Whether you are cooking, prepping, or eating it’s important to tune into how your body is feeling.
Love and Lemons
Jeanine is the author of the love and lemons cookbook! Her mainly vegetarian recipes will blow your mind! They are often bright seasonal recipes filled with fresh ingredients and are full of flavor. She has awesome tips on cooking techniques and suggested fan favorites.
The Real Food RDs
These two Registered Dietitians, Jess and Stacie are amazing and have a great “whole food” focus! They serve up meals full of nutrition that are gluten free and allergy free for everyday life. I love how they make weeknight dinners realistic and delicious!
Fit Foodie Finds
Do you ever feel underwhelmed by the same old prepped meals you’ve been making yourself, choosing “healthy” over the food that appeals to you? Lee provides recipes dedicated to meal-prep that will satisfy cravings. Her emphasis is on balanced lifestyle through healthy delicious recipes that often don’t take long to cook.
Whatever your dietary needs, Gina has you covered. She’s included a recipe key for those of you who need food that is vegetarian, kid friendly, ready in 30 minutes or less, or low carb, and more, so there’s something for everyone. Her recipes are healthy and are intended for the whole family, as she has one of her own and knows how to cater to the needs of a diverse age range.
Warning: shamless plug. Registered dietitian and self-proclaimed chef, Haley Hughes has recipes for comfort food alternatives and healthyish baked goods. She loves sneaking vegetables into recipes and making them taste good. Most of her recipes are quick and balanced so that her clients can meal prep with ease.
There are so many great recipe websites for meal planning out there, these are just a few I frequently use and love!
RDRx Nutrition Resources for Meal Planning: