When embarking on a detox diet it’s important to have a collection of the best recipes to make sure you’re getting tasty, cleansing food. These recipes represent some of the best detox salads, soups, smoothies, snacks, and more. Eat them and you’ll be taking one step further towards a healthier, cleaner you.
Couscous Kale Salad: Kale should be one of the vegetables you stock up on during a detox period. From salads to smoothies to kale chips it always hits the mark. This salad puts it to good use and mixes in some couscous, black beans, and mango as well as a detoxifying salad dressing.
Summer Detox Salad: They’re piling on the delicious detox ingredients in this summer salad, and you’ll benefit from the hydrating effects of cucumber, the blood sugar balancing properties of apple cider vinegar, and the antioxidants from herbs like parsley and cilantro. Cayenne pepper heats things up and boosts your metabolism.
Green Goddess Detox Salad: Green is definitely the color of detoxing, with green foods helping to purge your internal organs of stored up toxins, while providing phytonutrients that help you thrive in our stressful modern world. This salad has a keen green focus, and you’ll love the taste!
Easy Detox Quinoa Salad: When detoxing you’ll want to make sure that you keep things simple. It makes recipes easy to throw together when you’re hungry and you need something fast or you run the risk of jumping off the tracks. This easy detox salad has you covered with items like beets and quinoa.
Citrus, Greens and Seeds Salad: The citrus fruits in this salad will have you topped up on your Vitamin C, and important antioxidant vitamin that will boost your immune system and help fight free radicals. Add to them the leafy greens, sunflower, and pumpkin seeds, and the nutrition is off the charts.
Detox Slaw: Here’s a slaw that doesn’t look anything like the typical summer coleslaw. That’s because unlike the classic picnic far this slaw is designed to detox you have you feeling better than you did before. Two types of cabbage, ginger, edamame, and miso are whole foods that will aid your detox.
Beet Salad: Never overlook beets on your detox, as they contain an impressive antioxidant called betalin. Combine them with cucumbers and you’re getting additional vitamins and helping to hydrate the body, crucial on a detox. The final piece of the puzzle is avocado, with healthy fats, fiber, and potassium.
Detox Salad: This beautiful detox salad is crafted with cabbage, kale, and organic leafy greens, and comes topped with a homemade balsamic vinaigrette made with ingredients that contribute to your health and wellbeing, and will help the body flourish. When you detox, it’s just as important to get the good stuff in when getting the bad stuff out.
Tomato Eggplant Salad: Two main items get the spotlight in this salad. Tomatoes provide lycopene, an important antioxidant that will help several systems of the body. There’s also eggplant, which will add fiber to your digestive system and help move toxins out of the body.
Lemony Asparagus and Tomato Salad: Asparagus is a fantastic detox food for the spring and summer, and when you combine it with other cleansing ingredients like lemon and tomato, you have something special. There’s also a good bit of olive oil used in this salad, which will provide you with healthy fats essential for fat loss.
Whole Foods Detox Salad: You may have seen this salad at your local Whole Foods in the salad bar. This is a recipe that mimics the ingredients and preparation so that you end up with something very similar. It include broccoli, cauliflower, currants, and carrots all processed in a food processor for easy eating.
Kale Sunshine Salad: Here’s a salad and dressing combo that will definitely make you feel like the sun is shining, even if it’s a rainy day. Avocado, cucumber, kale, cashews, and blackberries come together to provide detox assistance, while the dressing is made from carrots, raw honey, and ginger.
Detox Berry Quinoa Spinach Salad: Berries are a great food to consider when you’re doing a detox thanks to the fiber and antioxidants they contain. Add them to a salad containing spinach and quinoa and you’re going to be doing yourself a huge favor, nutritionally speaking. So many superfoods in one salad!
Kale Avocado Salad with Orange: Kale is right on par with spinach in terms of the good it does for the body. Vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber abound in kale. Add in avocados for healthy fat, additional fiber, and extra potassium, and an orange for a Vitamin C kick and this is one healthy detox salad.
Spring Asparagus Salad: Asparagus is best eaten in the spring, so this is one salad that is perfect for springtime detoxing. You can also stretch it into summer, but since asparagus is harvested in the spring it’s the best time to catch it. The olive oil and apple cider vinegar will help your detox efforts.
Chopped Chicken Salad: This salad uses boneless, skinless chicken breast for a quality protein that won’t stymie your detox. Joining it is an assortment of detoxifying vegetables and spices, all chopped up to make it easier to eat, which aids in digestion and assimilation of the vitamins and minerals it contains.
Kale Rainbow Detox Salad: Here’s a recipe that adds color to your day with the use of different vegetables. Monique is using kale as the base ingredient, and even provides an accompanying vinaigrette to go with it, made from items that are also going to help your detox, such as lemons and olive oil.
Holly Jolly Detox Salad: Brussels sprouts make an appearance in this salad, but don’t let that turn you away if you’re not a big fan of them. There’s also nuts and pomegranates and a delicious dressing that makes it all pop. Leave out the optional bacon or this wouldn’t be much of a detox salad.
Detox Salad with Ginger Miso Dressing: From the bottom to the top this salad is all about the detox. It contains carrots, shallots, ginger, and miso, and that’s just in the dressing. Try this over a salad made with spinach or kale as the base, and other detox favorites like berries, cucumbers, and lemon juice sprinkled on top.
Green Detox Salad: This is a lovely mix of ingredients which will help move you toward your goal of a full body detox. The essential nutrients are provided by the spinach, with help from beets and asparagus, two powerful detox foods that play nicely together. Add in some pumpkin seeds for fiber, protein, and healthy fat.
Roasted Squash and Asparagus Salad: Roasting the squash gives this salad the edge against the competition, and combining it with asparagus makes it a detox success. The presentation is simple, yet elegant, and a reminder that even though you’re doing a detox you can still take the time to make your food look as good as possible.
Happy Salad: At the end of the day we’re detoxing because we want to feel better, inside and out, and this happy salad is one way to get there. Carrots, broccoli, lemon, and sunflower seeds are just a handful of the good things you’ll find tucked away in this salad.
Zucchini Crudo: This salad shows that when you keep things simple, you strip away the unneeded and you’re left with just the good stuff. The zucchini, red onion, and limes will supply you with plenty of vitamins and minerals, plus you get healthy fat from extra virgin olive oil.
Roasted Pumpkin Pomegranate Salad: This is the first we’ve seen pumpkin on our list of best detox diet recipes ever. Pumpkin is a good source of fiber and tastes amazing when roasted. The use of pomegranate makes this a recipe to behold, and carrots give it that extra oomph pushing into the category of detox meal.
Apple Fennel Celery Salad: This is a salad that’s fancy enough to serve to your friends, even if they’re not detoxing along with you. The apple is shaved and the fennels is cut thin so this is an approachable salad that’s easy to consume, and even easier to digest. Always keep your digestion in mind while detoxing.
Winter Detox Superfoods Salad: Winter is a time when the body gets into storage mode, and detoxing during the winter can help keep you healthy and avoid common colds and other winter ailments. This salad incorporates foods that are harvested right before winter and designed to assist the body through harsh weather.
Shredded Vegetable Detox Salad: Shredding the vegetables in this salad makes them easier to chew up and swallow. When on a cleansing diet make sure that you’re chewing all of your food thoroughly, and being present when you eat with no distractions. Some highlights of this salad are the broccoli and kale, two strong detoxifiers.
Farm to Table Detox Salad: Eating fresh, local fruits and vegetables while detoxing is highly recommended, and if they’re also organic, even better. You simply can’t go wrong with the assembly of ingredients she has here, especially when you bypass the mega mart and buy from a local farmer.
Winter Detox Salad: Here’s another detox salad fit for winter consumption. You’ll see that its main ingredients are rutabagas and carrots, two root vegetables that will move you along on the trail to detoxification and wellbeing. Lemon juice and extra virgin olive oil are also helpful for Vitamin C and healthy fat respectively.
Hot Spinach Salad: Your salad doesn’t have to be cold in order for it to provide benefits to the body. This hot spinach salad is equipped with plenty of spinach of course, as well as pine nuts and cranberries for added flavor and nutrients. Flavor is extra important when it comes to detox diet food.
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Watermelon Gazpacho: This is a wonderful summertime soup, served cold and packed with nutrients that will help your body cleanse and heal itself. Watermelon, cucumbers, orange peppers, apple cider vinegar, and herbs with antioxidants make this a soup you’ll want to have even when your detox is over.
Nettle and Cauliflower Soup: You probably don’t eat many nettles on a day-to-day basis, but a detox is all about trying new things and introducing items into the body that it doesn’t always see. Stinging nettles, despite the harsh-sounding name, actually provide plenty of benefits for the body and work well in this soup.
Green Vegetable and Lentil Soup: Eating green vegetables is key to a good detox, and lentils help give you that full feeling while moving food through your digestive system. It’s important to pay extra attention to your fiber intake while detoxing, as it’s essential to move the toxins out of the body after they’ve been released.
Gerson’s Hippocrates Soup: You may be familiar with Hippocrates from the HIppocratic oath that doctors take before practicing medicine. He’s often referred to as the founder of modern medicine, and this soup is full of healing foods like leeks, tomatoes, parsley, and celery to boost your overall nutrition.
Super Vegetable Stew: Making a detox stew is a good idea because it’s heartier than a soup and will stick with you longer. The vegetables she’s chosen for this stew include sweet potatoes, cabbage, and broccoli, all vitalizing superfoods. There’s also beans to thicken it into a stew, and to add fiber and minerals.
Tender and Spicy Green Soup: Pile on the nutrients with this green soup that is loaded with spinach, bell peppers, and celery. It also does a great job of incorporating spices that are known for their cleansing properties, like cardamom, cumin, and ginger. It gives the soup a kick while helping the body detoxify itself.
Miso Detox Soup: Miso soup is a staple in Japanese cooking, and is sometimes referenced as one reason for the abundant health of the Japanese population. In this detox soup miso paste combines with beets, a powerful detoxifying vegetable, along with ginger, carrots, and celery.
Avocado Cucumber Soup: This is a very simple soup, and something you can whip together in a pinch to stay on track with your detox. It consists of very few ingredients, the avocado and cucumber from the title, as well as lime juice and zest. Refreshing and purifying thanks to the ingredients it contains.
Carrot Detox Soup: Carrots make a great detox choice because of the beta-Carotene they contain. This gets converted to Vitamin A by the body, and acts as a powerful antioxidant to battle free radicals and flush out toxic substances. This soup adds onion, cumin and ginger to make it even more powerful.
Butternut Squash and Tahini Soup: You’ll fall in love with the creamy texture of this soup, provided by all of the butternut squash. Joining the squash is a light tahini, apple cider vinegar which will help keep your blood sugar stable while detoxing, and lemon juice providing Vitamin C to support your immune system.
Eat Your Greens Detox Soup: Several renditions of the Eat Your Greens soup have been made at various blogs, and it’s originally from the Oh She Glows cookbook. With cinnamon, cumin, turmeric, and ginger leading things off, you’re getting some powerful detox spices to go along with all of those green veggies.
Lentil, Kale, and Sweet Potato Stew: Here’s a quick lesson in making your own detox soup or stew. Round up a trio of superfoods and you’ll be helping your body get rid of stored toxins. In this case she’s chosen lentils, kale, and sweet potatoes, so you’re getting fiber, minerals, and antioxidants in a tasty stew.
Healthy Detox Soup: What’s great about this detox soup recipe is that she’s broken down each of the ingredients and stated how they help the body detox. It’s always good to know more about the food you’re eating, so you know that you’re not just following a random recipe.
Detox Green Machine Soup: This is a great detox soup recipe to have in your arsenal because it’s relatively easy to put together, and allows you the option of thickening it up, or thinning it down depending on how you’re feeling at meal time. The combination of green vegetables and beans will work wonders on your system.
Pump up your Greens ‘Creamed’ Soup: Even though this is billed as a creamed soup, they want it known that there isn’t any cream used in the recipe. The creaminess comes from avocados, which keeps it dairy free and adds in a detox food instead. You’ll get fiber, healthy fat, and minerals from this soup as well as phytonutrients.
Clean Eating Cabbage Soup: Keeping things clean is what it’s all about. In this cabbage soup you’re of course going to get a healthy dose of cabbage, but there’s also sweet potatoes, organic black beans, and a host of other vegetables that you’re sure to enjoy. Not to mention they’ll all help towards your detox goal.
Patrick Holford’s Primordial Soup: The bright vibrant colors of the ingredients in this soup are a tipoff that it’s good for you, and full of antioxidants that your body needs to help it get to its healthiest state. The 25 minute time from start to finish means this is one sopu you don’t have to babysit for long.
No-Chicken Soup: Taking the chicken out of chicken soup is no easy task, but they’ve done a good job here by using chickpeas for texture and protein. Carrots, celery, and onions join the party, and brown rice provides additional fiber. This is a hearty soup that can easily hold you over for a few hours.
Vegetarian Hot and Sour Soup: This recipe for hot and sour soup takes a Chinese food classic and makes it something you can use to help a detox. The mushrooms, ginger, and apple cider vinegar give it enough ingredients that have been shown to help detox, and it does a good job of keeping out any unhealthy items.
Broccoli and Pea Potage with Thyme: Broccoli and peas work well together in this soup, and the thyme not only helps the soup taste better, but provides antioxidants and vitamins as well. There’s also a healthy portion of spinach used to add even more nutrients to the soup, and increase the detox effect it has on the body.
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Beautifying Beet Smoothie: If you haven’t tried beet smoothie before, it’s definitely something you’ll want to put on your detox list. Beets are full of antioxidants, and this smoothie has you using raw beets so you’re keeping those nutrients intact. Don’t use pickled beets while detoxing, as you won’t get all of the benefits.
Plum and Turmeric Sunshine Smoothie: Supercharge your immunity with this delicious smoothie. It contains plums, bananas, strawberries, and dates for a healthier you, plus has the added benefit that turmeric brings. It’s rare to see turmeric used in a smoothie, but they make it work and it doesn’t overpower the overall flavor.
Strawberry Lemonade Aloe Vera Smoothie: Strawberry lemonade is a summertime favorite, and you can use it as part of your detox when you combine it with the healthy properties of aloe vera. Aloe vera has a number of benefits, but most important for a detox is the assistance it provides the digestive system.
Avocado and Honey Smoothie: This is a smoothie that will show the results by how much better your skin looks when you drink it consistently. It contains avocados and bananas so you’re getting a big potassium boost, as well as fiber. The matcha green tea provides antioxidants, so make this a mandatory item, not optional.
Kale Avocado Pineapple Smoothie: Here’s an example of an easy-to-make smoothie that uses ingredients that are well-known for their nutritional value. Using kale as the foundation for a smoothie means you’ll definitely get plenty of vitamins and minerals, and avocado dovetails nicely with it. The pineapple adds sweet flavor and more vitamins.
Blood Orange and Chia Smoothie: Blood oranges have a great flavor, and when added to a smoothie will give it a nice color as well. The chia seeds are perhaps what’s most important for detoxing purposes, as they’ll supply omega-3 and fiber. The peach simply boosts the flavor and vitamin content.
Detox Lemon Spinach Smoothie: This smoothie gets its color from the combination of spinach and blueberries. Both of these provide much in the way of fiber and antioxidants. Then there’s lemon juice added in for more Vitamin C than what you’re already getting from the fruit and leafy greens.
Minty-Chia Green Smoothie: They’ve managed to pack a lot of detox-friendly ingredients into one great-tasting smoothie. You’ll find chia seeds, kale, apple, and of course fresh mint which is a surprising source of antioxidants. Blended all together these ingredients form a mean green ally for your detox.
Green Breakfast Fruit Smoothie: What a wonderful way to start your day! When you’re detoxing you don’t want to load up on a big breakfast full of carbohydrates and proteins. You want to keep things light and stick to fruits and vegetables. This smoothie does a great job of working in some veggies behind delicious fruit.
Kale Ginger Smoothie: One way to make sure that your smoothie is a detox smoothie is to only add in foods that are supportive of a detox. That’s what’s going on here, and you’ll find blueberries, banana, and raw honey used in addition to the advertised kale and ginger.
Melon-Mint Smoothie: Cantaloupe and mint combine for this cool and refreshing smoothie. You’ll get the natural sweetness from the cantaloupe, combined with the cooling nature of fresh mint. Add in some extra Vitamin C via lemon juice and you’re on your way to a better detox.
5-Ingredient Detox Smoothie: When making a detox smoothie, choose your ingredients carefully. A good tutorial on how to keep things simple, this recipe has selected berries, spinach, and flaxseed as the main attraction, as well as a frozen banana to keep the texture creamy and smooth.
Tropical Detox Smoothie: Take a walk on the tropical side of life with this detox smoothie. You want to make your body feel like it’s in paradise, that’s the goal of detoxing, so think happy islander thoughts when you sip this down. Who knew papaya and ginger would make a delicious smoothie?
Detox Blueberry Fruit Smoothie: You simply can’t go wrong when you add more blueberries to your diet, detoxing or not. They’re full of antioxidants and fiber, so they’ll help you every time you eat them, or in this case drink them. They’re joined by cranberry juice and bananas for even more benefit.
Beet Turmeric and Mango Smoothie: An interesting trio of detoxifying ingredients combine in this smoothie. We’ve already seen how well beets fit into a detox plan, so don’t overlook them. Turmeric is a spice that provides a host of health benefits, and mangos are bursting with Vitamin C, nearly as much as an orange.
Razzle Dazzle Me Smoothie: The striking color on this smoothie is enough to get your mouth watering. It’s made from wild blueberries and includes acai juice. Don’t look for acai berries, they’re too hard to find. Your best bet is to buy the juice from a trusted brand at a health food store.
Zoom Yummy Detox Smoothie: Not all green smoothies qualify as detox smoothie, but this one is both green and suitable for a detox. There’s vitamins from pineapple, cleansing properties from ginger, and a ton of phytonutrients from the spinach. All with no dairy or added sugar to muck things up.
Citrus and Green Tea Detox Smoothie: Combining orange and grapefruit is one sure way to meet your Vitamin C needs for the day. You’ll also notice that they’ve added in a serving of green tea, which is packed with antioxidants. Add in a banana for classic smoothie taste and texture and you’re set.
Grapefruit-Cado Sunrise Smoothie: Grapefruit and avocado don’t usually make it into the same recipe, but there they’ve made a breakfast suitable smoothie that uses both. The grapefruit provides Vitamin C and acts as a fat burner, while the avocado also helps burn fat with its monounsaturated fat content and fiber.
Date with Fate Smoothie: Dates are a wonderful food that can be used for detox because they help support a healthy digestion. When you combine them into a smoothie with a banana and almond milk you have a simple concoction that has natural sweetness from both the banana and dates.
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Detox Water and Juice
Springtime Strawberry Spa Water: Staying hydrated while on a detox is vital, and these waters and juices spruce up water so that it will be a pleasure not a chore. This water is infused with the flavor and nutrients of strawberries, as well as lemons and cucumbers. Be sure your water is filtered and pure.
Refreshing Detox Water: This detox water gets its refreshing nature from the mint leaves that are left to soak in it. It has an extra cooling effect, and works in oranges, lemons, and cucumbers so that you’re getting a host of vitamins and minerals along with your hydration.
Cinnamon-Lemon Slim Down Drink: Here they’ve infused water with the slimming properties of cinnamon, and the immune-boosting power of lemon. There’s even a bit of vanilla extract to help with the flavor so you don’t feel like you’re drinking a spoonful of cinnamon. With one whole lemon added you’ll get Vitamin C in each serving.
Strawberry Watermelon Fat Flush Detox Water: This detox water is specifically targeted at flushing the fat from the body, a welcome benefit for anyone looking to slim down to their ideal weight by detoxing. The combo of strawberries and watermelon is enough to do the trick and this water is absolutely revitalizing.
Naturally Flavored Water: Keeping it all natural is key when you’re on a detox, and this water is flavored with fresh fruit and a bit of basil. You’re getting strawberries and lemon, with an alternative recipe showing how you can use watermelon instead for a similar effect.
Dieter’s Dream Water: Losing weight is a natural byproduct of detoxing in most cases, but this water will help tip the scales in your favor even more. The lemon, cucumber, cilantro, parsley, and cranberries all blend nicely together for a great taste, and an easier time of losing weight on your detox.
Cucumber Watermelon Juice: You simply can’t beat cucumber and watermelon when making a detox juice. Both are full of water themselves, and when they’re blended up you unlock all of their nutrients. Drinking this during a summer detox will provide pure pleasure, and keep you focused on your detox plan.
Bright Body Detox Juice: No juicer is needed to make this detox juice. It uses strawberries, lemons, cilantro, and ginger for one tasty combination that is sure to have your taste buds jumping for joy. These are all detox friendly ingredients and not needed a juicer is an extra bonus, although you will need a blender.
Dragon Fruit Pear Juice: This juice has it all, including a fruit that doesn’t get much attention, but can be a helpful part of a detox diet plan. Dragon fruit provides its distinct flavor, which can still be tasted even though it’s mixed with pear, apples, cucumber, and lettuce.
Detox Red Juice: Carrots, apples, and beets combine to give this red juice all the nutrients needed for a successful, cleansing detox. Each serving as the equivalent of more than one beet, multiple carrots, and an entire apple. To eat this much would require quite a lot of time, so juicing is more efficient.
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Seaweed Sesame Crackers: Snacks can be part of a cleansing diet, just so long as they contain ingredients that the body can process easily. Here they’ve incorporated seaweed into a cracker that’s made with buckwheat flour and almond meal, so it will be easy on the stomach and provide nutrition rather than empty calories.
Rainbow Carrot Summer Rolls: These summer rolls are sure to be a hit, not only with you but whoever you serve them to. They’re visually appealing thanks to the use of rainbow carrots, but also provide you with beta-Carotene to support your detox. Served raw, these are a healthy, detox-friendly snack.
Maple Roasted Chickpeas: When the need for a crunchy and sweet snack sets in, don’t leave it up to chance and leave yourself susceptible to snacking on packaged fare. Bake up a batch of these roasted chickpeas in advance and you’ll help your detox rather than send it off course.
Spicy Popcorn: Prepared correctly, popcorn can be a healthy, fiber-full snack rather than the oil-drenched stuff found in movie theaters. This popcorn comes with extra spice, with chili powder, cumin, and paprika joining forces to make it jump on your taste buds. You can use coconut oil for enhanced detox effect.
Superfood Fruit Nut and Seed Snack Mix: This is trail mix that will help your detox, rather than the store bought trail mix that is more like candy than anything else. There’s no added sugar or candy in this mix, and the sweetness comes from dried berries, with dark cacao nibs added for detox deliciousness.
Beet Chips: Potato chips are off limits on a detox diet, but you can still enjoy chips when they’re made from beets. Beets are loaded with antioxidants, but sadly don’t get much respect outside of the salad bar. Set things right by baking up and enjoying a serving of beet chips.
Roasted Garlic and Red Pepper Hummus: Make your own hummus and you’ll be able to have quality control over what goes in it. Fiber, minerals, and plant protein come from the chickpeas, which are joined by wholesome ingredients like garlic and red pepper that boost your body’s ability to heal itself.
Baked Apple Chips: We’ve gotten rid of potato chips fried in low-grade oil while on a detox diet, and to serve as a replacement we present baked apple chips. You’ll be getting the fiber and vitamins from apples, baked up without any oil, and lightly dusted with cinnamon, a detoxifying spice.
Blueberry Vanilla Cashew Trail Mix: Another trail mix we just couldn’t pass up on our list of the best detox recipes ever. Cashews and almonds contain healthy fat, protein, and fiber, all of which support the body during a detox. The dates are a welcome addition and it’s sweetened by a touch of raw honey.
Salt and Vinegar Kale Chips: Kale chips make a great stand in for potato chips, and they’ll provide you with vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber all baked up in a crunchy and delicious chip. To make things taste even better they’ve flavored these with classic salt and vinegar so you’ll feel like you’re really having a treat.
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Detox Cherry Garcia Ice Cream: Ice cream can be a detox food? It can when it includes ingredients like cherries and dark chocolate and no dairy. You’ll want to take it easy and not have a whole pint of it, but this is something you can have a scoop of and be helping yourself, not hurting.
Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffins: These blueberry muffins get their sweetness from medjool dates and contain such detox-friendly ingredients as flaxseed, blueberries, and almonds. They can be eaten for dessert, and save one as a leftover for tomorrow morning. These are gluten-free as well as guilt-free.
Healthy Strawberry Oat Squares: You can enjoy these squares as a detox dessert because of all the things they don’t include in them. There’s a modest amount of refined sugar in each serving, and you’re getting almonds, cinnamon, and strawberries in each bite. These are three detox foods that will help your body.
Healthiest Cookies Ever: When you label something the healthiest ever, you better be prepared to back it up. Here she’s using walnuts, dates, flax seeds, and dark chocolate, which all happen to be great for your body. She left out the flour, which can work against your detox efforts.
Ginger & Green Tea Banana Ice Cream: The ingredients rundown on this ice cream dish is like a who’s who of detox foods. Fresh ginger, green tea, almonds, and a banana will definitely add nutrients and antioxidants to your body, and she’s kept it dairy free with coconut and almond milk.
Detox Pancakes: These pancakes may best be served on St. Patrick’s Day, but you can enjoy them year round when you decide to detox. It’s like having a green smoothie in pancake form, with spinach and flax to boost up the nutrition, and no grains to slow down your progress.
Chocolate Chip Detox Fudge: Fudge can be on the detox menu as long as you make it in a healthy way. This recipe works perfectly to provide plenty of chocolate chip and fudge flavor, but uses ingredients like beans, coconut oil, and dark chocolate to keep it in the realm of a detox dessert.
3-Ingredient Detox Cookies: When you taste these you won’t believe that they’re made with only three ingredients. They are extremely satisfying, but are made with just bananas and peanut butter, with some dark chocolate added for extra flavor. Just remember that a true detox is founded on moderation.
Chia Pudding: Enjoy this chia pudding whenever you’re in need of a dessert but want to stay true to your detox plans. The chia seeds provide omega-3s, while the pudding is made from unsweetened coconut milk. The sweetness comes from maple syrup or honey, and we recommend raw, organic honey.
Bitter Bounty Chocolates: There’s no way you’ll have detoxing on your mind when you’re eating one of these chocolates. But they’re not full of refined sugar, additives, and fillers like the chocolates you’ll find in stores, and real, high quality dark chocolate actually contains antioxidants which will benefit your detox.
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