Sweet as Nectar Recipes





Honeybee Homemaker's
21 DAY FIX RECIPES

Please note: The portion allocations in these recipes were based on the original 2014 edition of the 21-Day-Fix eating plan. It has come to my attention that certain foods and portions have been recategorized from the original release of the program (For example, tomatoes are now purple instead of green; egg white portions have been recalculated, etc). So, please feel free to adjust the portion/container count to meet your version if you so desire.


Breakfast




Lunch & Dinner

Sides & Snacks


21 comments:

  1. You need a pinterest page!

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  2. You need a pinterest page!

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  3. All (or almost all) of my recipes are on Pinterest now- happy pinning!

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  4. Your food is fabulous! Will you be addin any more recipes?

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  5. I love your food! And that it is all fix approved with container counts and what to use for the portion! Do you think you will add anymore recipes for the fix?

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    1. Yes! I'm always adding recipes here and there so check back often! I just added a lasanga recipe a few weeks ago!

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  6. Love these ideas! I can't wait to see more that you add!

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  7. Does anyone know the answer to this: I like to make big batches of recipes so I have enough to last a few days. If I measure out my containers before I cook, how do I know how much to measure out after it's all cooked and mixed together? A lot of food items shrink as well.
    Another question: On page 50 of the fix eating plan, it shows the turkey chili which is 1 red container, 1/2 a green and 1/2 a yellow container. So, when I measured it out each day for lunch (after it was all mixed together) I measured out 1 red container, 1/2 a green and 1/2 a yellow. It seemed like a lot of food so I'm not sure.
    Help! smile emoticon

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    1. When dealing with "mixed" dishes like soups, pastas, stir-fry, etc., you use a GREEN container to measure/scoop our your portion of the combined dish. BUT, the portions you check off will be whatever is in the combo dish (It explains this at the end of the book- page 70-something). For example, for your turkey chili you mentioned, a green container is one serving (about 1 cup), but the portions you check off are 1 red, 1/2 green, 1/2 yellow to account for the ingredients in the chili. Does that make sense? If you look through some of my recipes here, like the baked ziti, you will see some more examples of how this works. Best of luck to you!

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  8. I love all of these!!! I'm so happy to find somewhere that is 21DF approved but that I can also feed my family of 5 with!!

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  10. Every 21 day fix recipe I have tried on your blog has been absolutely delicious. Keep them coming!!!

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    1. So good to hear! I will keep posting new ones as they come :)... Thank you!

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  11. Thank you so much for sharing!! I am starting the 21 day fix on Monday, April 27th. I will definitely be referring to your website often.

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    1. Best of luck to you! Hope you enjoy the recipes :)... I also have a day-by-day blog of my first round of 21-day fix under the "Bee Healthy" section.

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  12. Hi~ Love your page and recipes! Do you have an Instagram?

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  13. how do I share a recipe

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  14. you need to have all your recipes in pdf form for an easy book!

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  15. I was wondering if u had the measurements for each container? I want to utilize ur recipes but can't afford the program Rachel_compton@urmc.rochester.edu

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  16. Melissa! Such wonderful recipes...I can't wait to try them. I'm also wondering if you have (or know of someone else who might) any "snack" recipes that are both sugar and wheat (not just gluten) free? Thanks so much!

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