Chloe Ting has built an enormous following on YouTube and TikTok for her at-home workout videos and healthy recipes, particularly her no equipment workout challenges that promise immediate results.
Ting’s meals are packed with nutrition to help you reach your weight-loss and muscle-gain goals. She stresses the importance of exercise alone not sufficing in reaching those objectives.
Chicken Noodle Soup
This easy Chicken Noodle Soup recipe is comfort food at its best! Packed full of homemade chicken broth and egg noodles for an satisfying meal that comes together quickly. Add extra veggies by stirring in spinach or kale at the end.
Add richer flavors with chicken stock instead of water when making any dish that requires it, such as chicken and vegetable dishes. I prefer homemade broth but store-bought will do just as well for weeknight dinners.
Make this soup ahead and freeze it up to three months by leaving out the noodles until you’re ready to reheat it, making sure that when adding back in they’ve been rinsed as noodles continue absorbing liquid over time preventing mushy and soggy noodles! Enjoy! For an additional treat add 1 cup of heavy cream toward the end of cooking for a creamy chicken noodle soup experience!
Avocado Egg Salad Sandwich
Avocado elevates this classic egg salad recipe with healthy fats and aromatic herbs, creating a nutritious dish both kids and adults will love. Plus, this makes an easy lunch option to bring along to work or school!
Recipe Description: Enjoy an avocado and yogurt dish combined with fresh herbs for an tangy yet nutritious lunch, perfect to fight the afternoon slump!
To prepare this egg salad recipe in advance, hard boil your eggs a day or two ahead and store them in an airtight container in the fridge until you need them. Next, chop all your vegetables and combine everything in a bowl.
Enjoy this avocado egg salad on toasted bread, wraps or sandwiches for a hearty yet nutritious lunch option. Alternatively, it works great as part of a bed of greens such as lettuce, spinach or arugula – though please consume within the same day to prevent the avocado turning brown!
Satay Tofu Skewers
Tofu can often be plain, but this recipe adds flavor with double glazing in a creamy coconut peanut satay sauce for added depth of flavor and protein-packed skewers that are vegan, gluten-free and full of nutrition!
Traditional satay (also known as sate) is generally crafted using meat, but the vegetable-based version can still be deliciously satisfying. Tofu soaked in marinade is baked and results in an almost meat-like texture. Additionally, tofu provides essential plant-based proteins, phytochemicals and other vital nutrients; especially when processed with calcium such as this recipe’s tofu does.
Soak wooden skewers in water while you gather all of the ingredients. Combine liquid aminos, coconut milk, garlic and ginger in a shallow dish before stirring in tofu pieces. Cover this mixture and allow it to marinate on the counter or up to 24 hours in the fridge before refrigerating it for optimal results.
Sweet & Sour Chicken
Sweet and Sour Chicken is a classic takeout dish made with boneless, skinless chicken breasts or pork topped with corn starch batter and lightly pan fried before being coated in an irresistibly sticky sweet and sour sauce and served alongside fresh bell pepper or pineapple for an easy home recipe! Plus it’s healthier and much simpler to make than you may realize.
This homemade sweet and sour sauce uses less oil than its takeout counterpart, and includes healthier ingredients such as brown sugar instead of white, apple cider vinegar as opposed to regular ketchup, and tapioca flour or arrowroot instead of cornstarch to give the chicken some crunchiness.
To create sweet and sour chicken, simply whisk together all of the sauce ingredients and heat in a medium saucepan until sugar has completely dissolved. Stir in cornflour mixture for two additional minutes to thicken sauce before mixing in chicken, vegetables, and serving warm over a bed of rice.