10 Things To Make This January

10 Amazing Recipes to Make in January

If you had as much fun in the kitchen as we did during the holidays, you might be ready to lighten up your menu in 2020. The good news is, eating these good-for-you salads and grain bowls doesn’t mean sacrificing flavor. We’ve put together 10 incredibly tasty recipes that are chock-full of fresh vegetables, whole grains and lean proteins to help you kick off the New Year in the healthiest way possible.

Healthy eating doesn’t have to mean green salads for every meal. In this grain bowl we ditch lettuce in favor of hard-to-resist nutty, chewy farro grains. Add some tasty Mediterranean-inspired ingredients, like artichokes, olives and roasted red peppers, and you have a deliciously healthy meal on your hands.

This crisp, creamy hearts of palm and avocado salad is simply delicious. With just a few main ingredients and a creamy homemade dressing, this recipe is proof that flavorful meals don’t have to be complicated.

This hearty gnocchi dish proves that when pasta meets kielbasa and cabbage, magical things happen. Featuring garlicky buttery cabbage and pillowy potato pasta with savory kielbasa coins, this simple sauté is ready to take on any appetite.

This tuna salad upgrade has the potential to kick your year off with a bang. With bright and briny olives, smoky roasted tomatoes, marinated beans and fresh herbs, every bite of this dish is bursting with flavor.

This colorful kale salad is what happens when good-tasting and good-for-you come together in one simple dish. Featuring imported Italian chickpeas, roasted red peppers, fresh herbs and a Dijon vinaigrette, this hearty salad is perfect for a delicious lunch or side dish.

This tangy Mediterranean-inspired salad comes together in a flash, thanks to our ready-made salad-cut hearts of palm and marinated artichoke hearts. Add in bacon, red onion, blue cheese and a homemade vinaigrette and you have a delicious and unique salad that’s sure to impress your friends.

Every cook needs an easy weeknight pasta recipe on hand—and this one is ideal for olive lovers. Featuring tangy citrus, briny olives and robust garlic, this bucatini dinner is anything but boring.

If cold January temperatures get you down, this hearty stew will warm you right up. Loaded with bold Mediterranean flavors, including tomatoes, chickpeas, olives and lemon juice, this heart-healthy recipe checks all the boxes: It’s good for you, delicious and perfect for cold-weather eating.

This Southern Italian take on chili features some of our favorite zesty flavors: spicy sausage, Calabrian chilis, marinated banana peppers, kidney beans and rich tomatoes. This is the kind of recipe that will bring you back for seconds!

Healthy eating doesn’t mean you have to skip out on dessert—especially when blood oranges are in season. With tart sliced oranges, rich olive oil and earthy polenta, this sweet and citrusy cake is the perfect winter dessert. Treat yourself!