Healthy Macro Easy Recipes

The best macro recipes include a mix of carbs, healthy fats and protein. Some also offer extras like vegetables and herbs.

Counting macros can feel overwhelming, but building meals that hit your goals doesn’t have to be! These macro friendly meal prep recipes are easy to make and will help you hit your macros.

Low Carb Protein Pancakes

Low carb protein pancakes are a quick breakfast that’s delicious served with your favorite toppings. These keto pancakes are easy to make and come together with only five ingredients that you likely already have at home. This recipe is perfect for a lazy morning or to meal prep for breakfast and snacks throughout the week. You can easily double or triple this recipe if you want to have enough for more than one person.

This high-protein pancake recipe uses blanched almond flour, which is healthier than traditional white flour and gluten free. The addition of Besti Monk Fruit Allulose Blend helps give the pancakes a light sweetness that’s reminiscent of real sugar, without any added calories or carbs. You can also use your favorite unsweetened nondairy milk, which will also add protein to the pancakes.

Adding mix-ins like fresh berries, chocolate chips, or nuts can make this breakfast even more flavorful and filling. Just be careful when adding in any extra carbs to the recipe as it can throw off the nutritional breakdown.

These pancakes are quick to whip up and can be made ahead of time. They keep well in the fridge in an airtight container and can be reheated in the microwave or toaster oven. They are also great for breakfast on the go and would work well with a side of sausage or bacon, or even a scoop of low-carb ice cream.

Aside from the protein powder and almond flour, this recipe doesn’t require any special equipment or a lot of time to make. It’s super simple to mix the dry ingredients, whisk them with eggs, and cook. Whether you are cooking on a griddle or in a skillet, these pancakes cook up really quickly and need only 90 seconds per side.

This recipe makes about a dozen pancakes, so it’s ideal for serving two or three people. You could also freeze leftovers, just be sure to wrap them tightly and place a piece of parchment paper in between each pancake so that they don’t stick together. The frozen pancakes will last up to 5 days before they start to dehydrate, and can be reheated in a toaster or in the microwave.

Raspberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats Recipe

If you’re a fan of cheesecake (and who isn’t?), this breakfast is a morning game-changer. It’s rich, fruity and creamy, with just a touch of lemony sweet. Plus, it’s a Nutrisystem-friendly recipe. 

Using a variety of different toppings like fresh berries, more lemon curd and crumbled graham crackers, this dessert-inspired oats breakfast is incredibly tasty. It makes a great grab-and-go breakfast or even a light lunch. If you’re looking to make it a little more filling, add some protein powder or a handful of nuts.

The best part about this overnight oats recipe is that you can easily switch up the ingredients to suit your own preferences and what’s in your pantry. For example, if you’re allergic to strawberries, try substituting with blueberries or raspberries. If you’re not a fan of maple syrup, use honey or another natural sweetener like stevia. You can also make this strawberry cheesecake overnight oats recipe without any dairy by swapping the milk with your favorite plant-based milk, like almond or soy.

For an even more berry-packed version of this breakfast, mash up a cup or two of the berries before adding them to the oatmeal. You can also double the number of raspberries for a more intense raspberry flavor. If you prefer to eat your overnight oats hot, simply heat them in the microwave or in a saucepan on the stovetop before serving.

This easy-to-make, healthy-yet-delicious Raspberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats recipe comes together in minutes. All you need is a mason jar, some rolled oats, nonfat milk, vanilla Nutrisystem shake mix and chia seeds to create this delicious creamy dessert-inspired breakfast.

You can even make these oats vegan and/or gluten-free by switching out the milk for your favorite nondairy beverage, using a plant-based cream cheese, and replacing the maple syrup with stevia or monk fruit sweetener. This breakfast is also a great way to get your kiddos to enjoy eating more veggies by having them help prepare their own breakfast.

To make this breakfast on the go, you can prepare the mixture ahead of time and store it in a reusable mason jar or other airtight container. Then, just before you’re ready to eat it, stir in a few tablespoons of the berries and top with a sprinkle of crushed graham crackers or more fresh berries if desired.

This overnight oats recipe can be eaten cold or warm, but you’ll have the best texture and flavor when it’s refrigerated overnight. It’s a simple breakfast that is packed with so much flavor and can be prepped ahead of time, making it a super convenient option for busy families or anyone who needs a grab-and-go breakfast that’s still nutritious and healthy.

Low Carb Chicken Fajita Pizza 

This low carb pizza is an excellent alternative to those who can’t eat gluten and want to avoid the high carb content of traditional pizza. It is made from a ground chicken crust and is very easy to make. It is also a great way to add more protein to your diet. It also makes for a wonderful lunch for work or school.

The best part about this low carb pizza recipe is that it can be served with any toppings you would like. Just make sure that the toppings you choose are low in carbs and fit your macros. For example, adding a few slices of avocado is an easy way to increase your fat while still maintaining low carbs.

Another great thing about this low carb pizza is that it can be prepped in the morning and stored in the fridge until you are ready to bake it. That means that you can get this delicious fajita pizza on the table in under 30 minutes!

To make this fajita pizza casserole, start by making the chicken crust. You can use either cooked chicken breast that you have shredded or you can use pre-cooked rotisserie chicken to save time. It is important that the chicken is finely shredded so that the crust bakes and holds together well.

Next, combine the shredded chicken with an egg and parmesan cheese and mix well. Then, spread this mixture on top of the prepared pizza crust. If desired, sprinkle with a little more parmesan cheese. Bake for 7 to 9 minutes or until the crust is lightly golden brown.

Finally, top the pizza with a fajita topping of your choice. This pizza casserole recipe includes the classics of chicken, peppers and onions but you can add whatever fajita vegetables you enjoy the most. Just make sure to coat your veggies with some oil first to help them cook and stay crunchy.

If you like, serve this easy fajita pizza casserole with some steamed cauliflower rice. It is a delicious low carb alternative to regular rice that goes perfectly with the savory flavors of this recipe. Or, for a lighter option, try serving this dish with a fresh avocado salsa.

The best macro recipes include a mix of carbs, healthy fats and protein. Some also offer extras like vegetables and herbs. Counting macros can feel overwhelming, but building meals that hit your goals doesn’t have to be! These macro friendly meal prep recipes are easy to make and will help you hit your macros. Low Carb…