These 15 Immune Boosting Recipes are exactly what you need to help keep your body in tip top shape. Throw on your heart shaped sunglasses (see below) and check these recipes out!
Smoothies and juices are always a great way to get good-for-you ingredients in your body. Try these 3 and let me know what you think!
First up, Immunity Boosting Shots! These are super simple to make and will give you a zip of immune support. I make these cold and flu season to prevent getting sick, but they’re especially helpful with upset stomachs, inflammation, a boost of vitamin C and more when you’re already on your way to feeling yucky.
Immune Boosting Very Berry Smoothies are one of my kid’s go-to’s any time but I make them even more when I can tell someone is about to come down with something. This smoothie is a game changer when your kids aren’t feeling their best and you need to get them back to healthy quick! P.S. It works great for adults too!
Last but not least in the smoothie and juice immune boosting category: theCarrot Orange Ginger Smoothie! Carrots and oranges are packed with vitamin C to give your body the immune boost it needs and ginger is high in anti-inflammatory properties.
Next up: Soups! Soups are always on the top of my list when someone is feeling a bit under the weather in my family. Here are a few of my favorites.
Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup is a classic for a reason. I love this recipe because I can make it in the slow cooker and forget about it for a few hours.
Roast Vegetable Soup is packed with veggies (obviously). Roasting them before making the soup makes the taste super flavorful and rich!
Crock Pot Lentil Veggie Stew is super filling and an excellent source of protein. Sometimes when you’re sick eating isn’t the most fun thing in the world so it’s great to have some protein packed recipes at your disposal.
I think Vegetarian Pho is one of my favorites when I’m not feeling the best. It’s filled with so many good-for-you ingredients and oh so delicious.
This Carrot Ginger Soup is nutritious, delicious and heart warming and is on our weekly rotation all cold and flu season long.
Don’t forget your veggies! Mushrooms and leafy greens like kale are super important for boosting your immune system and when you’re just trying to eat more healthy foods!
Last but not least, breakfast! They don’t call it the most important meal of the day for nothing. Berries high in vitamin C and dark berries like blackberries, strawberries and blueberries not only taste insanely great, but they are also a great source antioxidants.
What do you and your family eat when you’re trying to keep your bodies healthy? Tag me on social media using @weelicious and let me know!