The 7 Best Healthy Memorial Day Recipes

The 7 Best Healthy Memorial Day Recipes

The unofficial start of summer is nearly here! Memorial Day is the first long weekend just before the summer solstice and now that the country is emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, people are ready to gather and celebrate. There’s no better weekend to socialize outside and make delicious food than Memorial Day Weekend. That’s why this article brings you seven amazing, healthy recipes that will surprise your taste buds with bold flavors. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expressed optimism about the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend in regards to COVID-19. Health experts believe that there won’t be a massive surge in COVID-19 cases, given the current vaccination rates in America. Previous holiday weekends, however, brought large surges and endangered the lives of many.

COVID-19 isn’t the only worry over Memorial Day Weekend. Most people will abandon their diets and wolf down all sorts of unhealthy foods. According to statistics, there are roughly 800 hotdogs eaten every second on Memorial Day. That means that about 72 million hotdogs are eaten on this day alone. Perhaps this is because roughly 57% of people engage in barbecuing, but maybe it’s because Americans are inherently unhealthy. 

If you are looking to stay on track with your health goals, however, there are tasty recipes you can make that won’t cause a caloric overload. Make the following recipes this coming holiday weekend and let us know how you like them. 

Cowboy Caviar:

The name most likely comes from the fact that cowboys live in Texas and this is a common side dish/dip in the state. The black beans represent the “caviar” in this dish. We apologize that there isn’t a better explanation.

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Watermelon Cucumber Salsa:

Is there a better hydrating duo than watermelon and cucumber? We think not! This recipe embraces two of the best summer product items that can help hydrate the body in the intense heat. 

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Grilled Marinated Eggplant:

You cannot have a Memorial Day Weekend without a proper grilled dish. Eggplants are often underutilized, but this recipe brings them into the spotlight. Just make sure that you marinate them long enough to absorb the flavors.

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Chile Lime Grilled Corn On The Cob:

Here’s another great recipe for all you grill fanatics out there. Crank up the heat with this grilled chili lime corn. It is a delectable side that is perfect for a picnic or Memorial Day celebration.

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Crispy Air Fryer Kale Chips:

Skip the hydrogenated oils and chemicals in processed potato chips and churn out a batch of crispy, kale chips in a matter of minutes! They are simply seasoned and a great alternative to unhealthy chips.

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Plant-Based Ceviche With Jicama And Corn:

If you no longer eat fish but crave the zesty, refreshing flavor of ceviche, this is the recipe for you. Couple it with plantain chips for an appetizer.

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Fresh Fruit Pops To Cool You Off:

Are you ready to cool off for the unofficial summer kickoff weekend? Make these all-natural fruit popsicles for a fresh, sweet dessert.

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2021-05-26T12:28:52-07:00

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