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The internet is full of amazing and delicious recipes. While this is wonderful because it means there is something for everyone, it can make it more difficult to find exactly what you want. No one wants to waste time following a recipe only to discover halfway that it’s wrong, or that it tastes terrible, or that the writer’s idea of “healthy” didn’t match your expectations.

One of the best ways to get recipes that will really work for you is to find a few trusted sources and then stick to their recipes. Great websites are always updating with new posts to help keep you from getting in a food rut.

Below, you’ll find three websites focused on supplying simple and healthy recipesyou can trust.


1. Clean Eating Magazine

This magazine is focused on recipes with unprocessed foods. You’re never going to find Velveeta in the ingredients list. There are a lot of options on this website, but you can narrow them down by your specific interests. If you’re looking for budget-friendly recipes, paleo, gluten-free, or vegetarian, you can narrow your options and see exactly what will work for you.


2. Nom Nom Paleo

Michelle Tam is one individual with a huge catalog of recipes. Her style is consistent so if her recipes work for you, you can stay with her whole list of options. Her recipes are low carb focused and often require an Instant Pot or slow cooker. If you’re interested in making whole food recipes with a lot of leftovers for meal prep, Nom Nom Paleo is your best resource. You can also narrow these by gluten-free, keto, or other dietary requirements.


3. The Food Hub

The Food Hub is sponsored by the American Diabetes Association. It isn’t always easy finding recipes for people with diabetes, but this website focuses on compiling recipes that are low in sugar while still being high in nutrition.


Often, when people have dietary needs that require them to cut out one thing, like sugar, the recipes become bland and lacking in the nutrients you do need. These recipes focus on making it easier to stick to a diabetic diet by using ingredients safe for diabetics while still keeping meals fun and tasty.