The first Top 5 Healthy Recipes and Nutrition Posts in 2021 from Nosh Nourish Wander is here! It is always amazing how quickly a year goes by, and this year is no exception. I had a blast creating new healthy recipes and providing you with nutrition information. Just in case you missed any of these posts, here is a recap of the most popular healthy recipes and nutrition posts from the past year.

5. Slow Cooker Turkey Chili

Now is the perfect time to make some delicious turkey chili! Chili is one of those meals craved on a cold winter day, and this Slow Cooker Turkey Chili will satisfy that craving. Using the slow cooker allows the flavors to grow and blend throughout the day! And once you add all the ingredients, you can let the slow cooker do its thing until it is ready to eat!

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top 5 healthy recipes and nutrition posts in 2021, slow cooker turkey chili in a bowl with chopped green onions and cornbread
Slow Cooker Turkey Chili
 

4. Easy Roasted Summer Squash and Zucchini

Having an easy and delicious recipe for making a great vegetable side dish is a must to keep a healthy diet. These Easy Roasted Summer Squash and Zucchini can be made any time of year but is especially great at the end of summer or early fall. Roasting brings out the flavors of many vegetables. And it makes an easy side dish, or these vegetables can add to salad, soups, or pasta. This recipe combines the flavor of the squash with roasted red onion and delicious herbs!

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Easy Roasted Summer Squash and Zucchini
 

3. 27 of the Best High Fiber Low Carb Foods

An essential part of a healthy diet is fiber! Fiber or dietary fiber is the part of a plant that the human body cannot digest or absorb. However, if you are also cutting your carb intake, your fiber intake may also drop. So, eating more high fiber, low carb foods can help you get the right balance of both nutrients.

Check out this list for 27 of the Best High Fiber Low Carb Foods!

top 5 healthy recipes and nutrition posts in 2021, chia seed pudding topped with raspberries in a jar
Chia seeds and raspberries, 2 of the Best High Fiber Low Carb Foods
 

2. Swiss Barley Soup

Swiss Barley Soup, or Bunder Gerstensuppe, is traditionally eaten in the Swiss Alps in the winter. It is a warm, delicious soup that comforts you after being outdoors. This recipe is slightly lighter, so you can still enjoy the great taste with fewer calories!

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Swiss barley soup in a bowl topped with chopped parsley
Swiss Barley Soup

1. Amazing Italian Sausage and Vegetable Soup

The top recipe on Nosh Nourish Wander in 2021 was this Amazing Italian Sausage and Vegetable Soup! This soup will not disappoint if you love Italian flavors such as oregano, basil, and tomatoes. And because it has a good source of protein from the sausage and beans, it is filling enough to have as a meal.

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top 5 healthy recipes and nutrition posts in 2021, Italian Sausage and Vegetable Soup in bowls with sliced French bread
Amazing Italian Sausage and Vegetable Soup
 

Conclusion

So this wraps up the Top 5 Healthy Recipes and Nutrition Posts in 2021! I enjoy providing you with delicious and healthy recipes to make and nutrition information to improve your health. I’m looking forward to writing about more nutrition topics you want to learn about and tasty, nutritional recipes in 2022. So feel free to leave a comment below with some of the recipes and nutrition topics you want to see on Nosh Nourish Wander.

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Dietitian, food lover, and world traveler! Veronica has been a registered dietitian for over 20 years, specializing in clinical and community nutrition. She enjoys wellness, trying new foods, and exploring the globe to learn about different cultures.

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