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Recipes - Lunch & Dinner

Red bean chili
By The Life Time Training Team
This comforting chili uses protein and fibrous veggies to create a nourishing and satiating dish.
Buffalo chicken stuffed sweet potato
By The Life Time Training Team
These stuffed sweet potatoes bring just the right amount of heat. Let the slow cooker do its magic and put them together in minutes.
Stuffed peppers
By The Life Time Training Team
This dish is a favorite of D.TOX participants. Enjoy for dinner, or batch prep the recipe for easy, healthy lunches.
Fajita steak salad
By The Life Time Training Team
Grilled steak and veggies adds great flavor to this salad that balances protein, fiber, and healthy fat.
Sweet potato black bean burger
By The Life Time Training Team
A D.TOX program fan favorite, these vegan burgers are made with nutrient-dense sweet potatoes and walnuts.
Thai turkey lettuce wraps
By The Life Time Training Team
Turn this traditional appetizer into your main meal with these quick to assemble, Asian-inspired lettuce wraps.
Dijon Sage Braised Short Ribs
By Robin Asbell
These slow-cooker short ribs are topped with crispy sage leaves.
Salmon, green beans and squash on a sheet pan.
By Kaelyn Riley
This complete sheet-pan meal combines salmon, asparagus, and butternut squash with a piquant lemon-garlic sauce.
Shrimp, green beans and peppers on a sheet pan.
By Kaelyn Riley
This sheet-pan dinner combines marinated shrimp with green beans, yellow bell pepper, green onions, and sesame seeds.
Tofu, red pepper and snap peas on a sheet pan.
By Kaelyn Riley
This vegan sheet-pan meal combines marinated tofu with red bell pepper, snap peas, green onions, and sesame seeds.
Steak, peppers and onions on a sheet pan.
By Kaelyn Riley
This Mexican-inspired sheet-pan meal combines marinated flank steak with bell peppers and red onion.
Masala chicken recipe
By Kaelyn Riley
This Indian-inspired sheet-pan meal combines marinated chicken with sweet potato, cauliflower, and red onion.
Mushroom walnut burger
By Robin Asbell
You won't miss the meat in these homemade veggie burgers, which are made from mushrooms, onions, garlic, cheese, walnuts, oats, eggs, herbs, and more.
Vegan quinoa burger
By Robin Asbell
Black beans, ground flaxseeds, and toasted pumpkinseeds help bind this vegan burger together.
Better burger
By Robin Asbell
After making a better basic burger, use our handy template to tweak it into a taco, California, Hawaiian, and Mediterranean version.
Salmon-dill burger.
By Robin Asbell
You can use fresh or canned salmon — and panko or gluten-free bread crumbs — for this quick and easy burger.
Turkey bahn mi burger
By Robin Asbell
This Vietnamese-inspired burger is filled with scallions, ginger, fish sauce, and sriracha — and topped with fresh cucumber, jalapeño, and cilantro.
A blueberry smoothie bowl
By Maddie Augustin
Pineapple gives this recipe a boost of vitamin C and bromelain, an enzyme that can ease indigestion and inflammation.
A green smoothie bowl topped with peanut butter, chia seeds, and banana slices is pictured.
By Maddie Augustin
You won’t taste the spinach in this smoothie, but it gives this recipe a nutritional upgrade with vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin K — as well as minerals like manganese, zinc, and selenium.
A peaches-and-cream smoothie bowl is pictured.
By Maddie Augustin
Coconut milk and frozen mango give this refreshing recipe a tropical flair.
Strawberry smoothie bowl
By Maddie Augustin
This tasty blend boasts nearly 28 grams of protein per serving, making it a perfect postworkout choice.
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