Healthy Breakfasts

Healthy Entrees

Healthy Side Dishes

Healthy Snacks & Appetizers

Healthy Salad Dressings

Healthy Salsas, Dips, & Sauces

Healthy Desserts

Healthy Breads & Pastries

Healthy Smoothies & Drinks


  1. Isabelle says:

    Hello Cassey! I’m just a teenager who is tall and skinny. I have always eaten healthy but you create so many tutorials on how to make quick, small and easy recipes that truly are clean and cheap. I also appreciate how many of your recipes are just one portion because I prefer to cook for myself sometimes. I love your fitness videos because I don’t do any sports. Toning and exercising and having fun is very important. You exceed in those three categories, Cassey! What pleases me most is your encouraging and bubbly personality. I enjoy the little things, like how you say “so good” all of the time. Besides from being beautiful, you’re such a happy, sweet and smart person. I’m looking forward to more videos from you in the future. Thank you so much and good luck! :)

  2. You should make a cook book!

  3. Hello Cassey , I’m 21 this year and I have been suffering from water retention fats and did not know how to get rid of it~ I did not have any back or belly fats I just look bloated~ did you know how to manage water retention? cause there are a saying that we can’t eat too salty food.. How about exercise?

  4. Alisabeth says:

    Hi Cassey!
    I’m not a very good cook, nor have the time to cook. Do you have any good breakfast smoothies you know of?

  5. Veronica says:

    Hi Cassey (:
    I really enjoy your recipes especially the microwave ones because my mother doesn’t let me use the stove to cook. She’s afraid I might burn myself. ;_;
    Anyways, I was wondering if one day you could make a recipe on how to make a healthy mocha because I love Starbucks mochas, but they’re really high in calories and sugar. I had some ideas in mind such as using dark chocolate cocoa powder and low fat milk or even almond milk. However, I don’t know how to put these ingredients all together so that it can be over all healthy and tasty. If you have any tips, please let us know so we can all have “healthy mochas”. I’ll still try to figure out how to make one on my own, and if it ends up being successful I’ll be sure to share!
    Thanks so much!
    Thanks for the workout videos and recipes!

    • What I do when I make mocha’s and hot chocolates at home is I actually put the milk with the chocolate itself in the microwave, rather than adding cold milk to boiled water because it gives the mocha/ hot chocolate that nice frothy/creamy texture. I normally use one piece of dark chocolate (low fat) or up to a Tbs of dark chocolate chips (low fat). I have found that putting the milk itself in on like med heat for about 1 minute normally works, but it’s a matter of experimenting on your own microwave- just keep an eye on the milk and don’t let it boil! Once the milk and chocolate is heated up, you can add low fat marshmallows and coffee to make it a mocha. Hope that works for you :)

  6. Do you add your cheap clean eats here too?It would be fab if all your recipes were on one page and a subheading for cheap clean eats. Thanks for the great recipes so far!

  7. Hey Cassey,

    I noticed your Raspberry Vegan Cheesecake had a really high calorie count. Is this a typo?

  8. Magdalena says:

    I’ve tried it with a bit of cinnamon and a tsp of vanilla; awesome!!!!! I’ve not done it with just the egg and banana. I actually found this recipe elsewhere but wanted to share here. Thank you for everything!

  9. I just started following you, and just watched a few of your recipes, and I must say that I’m inspired and these recipes look like they will be highly enjoyed not only by me but by my parents as well who I am trying to get healthy due to their issues with cholesterol and diabetes.

  10. Do you have any recipes for healthy bread?

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  12. Hey!! Question: from this list, is there anything that in specific that I can eat that will help me get abs? I know everything here is healthy but there may still be things that one might not be able to eat if working towardsgetting abs.Thank You!!!

  13. shannele says:

    Could i love you anymore? You make healthy eating fun, and i barely like cooking…but your recipes, FUN. Probably because i don’t have to feel guilty about eating them AND IT’S ALL SO PRETTY. #girls

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  16. Something I like if I’m in the mood for something “naughty” is to take some firm-extra firm tofu and cut strips similar to a moderate-thick cut fry. I make sure to blot the tofu and remove excess moisture. Then I very lightly dredge it in a mixture of rice flour, fresh cracked pepper, and either paprika or gochugaru (korean hot pepper flakes), perhaps with a dash of salt. I then crisp them on all sides in canola/vegetable oil on medium heat. I let them drain on paper towel.
    I like to serve mine with low fat greek yogurt that has at least a few drops of sriracha added.

  17. heeey Cassey! I just wanted to suggesta little recipe for ya ;)
    you now how you always say that a pos workout snack is really important? well, every morning, after gym, I make myself a power juice. I just blend some chopped kale, half a carrot, half a lime, one orange, one tablespoon of chia seeds (or grounded, whatever you prefer) and a glass of water. it’s delicious and really, really healthy. sometimes I put half a beetroot, but that’s opcional. you’ll love it!

  18. Hi Cassie,

    I just wondered if you have any breakfast recipes without eggs as I’m allergic to them :(

    Thank you!

    Loving the April workout sheet too

    :) x

  19. Hi Popsters! I have a question about clean and healthy eating. Because my mum is diabetic, my family does not cook in the evening and normally, I eat whole wheat bread with low-fat margarine, some veggies and a bit oft greek yoghurt. Is bread in the evening ok or is it bad for getting toned? And has anyone ideas for my dinner? It should be easy and quick.
    Thank you very much!

  20. Francesca says:

    Hey Cassey,

    I am a new popster recently turned on to your blog and workouts. You’re amazing! I love the workouts and recipes! You should find or create a recipe for healthy low cal protein bars. I’ve been trying to find ones with only a few ingredients to make them more clean eating but they really don’t exist and have mostly things I’ve never heard of in them. They’re great, filling, and handy for on the go, but not as clean as I always try to eat. Any thoughts or ideas, am I missing the ones that are cleaner in stores?

  21. stephanie says:

    You should have a recipe book.

  22. Hi Cassey,

    First of all thank you so much for this wonderfull, awesome, fantastic and not at least motivating blog!! I am from Denmark in Europe, and I think it is so cool, that your blog makes it possible for all of us to train and share good tips like a community!
    Here is my little contribution :) THE BEST CHOCOLATE CAKE EVER!! It is flourless and contains no gluten, no fat, and only a very little sugar AND it contains lots of proteins – yay!
    I found the recipe on another danish girl’s blog, and I am officially addicted! It is super moisty, sweet like the perfect chocolate. And really doesn’t taste healthy – but it is!! Try it, you won’t regret it! :)

  23. Healthy website, ice cream ad at the top…

  24. Hello,

    I’ve been following your recipes/meal plans for a while, I was just wondering if you could do a video or blog on healthy food prepping for the week.

    I work full time (teaching at a school for autism 8-4) and I am a grad student taking night classes so I go from work to class every day. I squeeze in workouts 3-4x a week so with all that and homework I have NO time to cook a healthy dinner each night or even to cook breakfast in the AM. (I usually just eat a protein bar)

    I was just wondering if you could post recipes/videos for the person on the go..the working person that does not have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen throughout the week. Maybe healthy meals to prep for lunch/dinner on the go for a week.


    Cathy :)

  25. hi casey, you are amazing ! can you list some amazing smoothie recipes i usally make a mean avacado banana and orange smoothie, but i am so bored with that ! lol thanks :)

  26. Hi i just love your workouts! My blog has many great healthy meal ideas cheers from mandy

  27. Hey Cassey, I LOVE all of your recipes! Thank you for helping me stay healthy & happy, you’re a huge inspiration!!! :)

  28. I love your recipes, and was recently diagnosed with celiac disease. Could you post more gluten free recipes?

  29. Love your website! You’re absolutely fantastic and can’t wait to get my DVD through the post (any day now :D) I was just wondering if you could do more pancake recipes but without protein powder, I don’t buy it purely because I’d have to order it online and the only pancake recipe you have without it is your banana pancake (which is amazing!) Thanks for your incredible work :D

  30. Hi Cassey!

    I am at university at the moment so I am basically skins all the time. What kind of healthy meals can be made on a low budget? I don’t mind buying in bulk, but I really need to start eating clean! I go running 3 times a week and swimming 3 times too, and of course I do your brilliant workout videos! It’s just my eating! I love sweet things so something sweet and healthy would be so good!

    Thank you!!

  31. Hey Cassey,
    My New Years Resolution is to lose weight by eating clean and exercising to your super fun work out videos. I am covered on Breakfast and Dinner but could you put up another video about cold lunches. When I get back to school I don’t want to eat the boring unsatisfying lunches in the cafeteria that are really unhealthy. Please tell or show what to eat at Lunch and how much. The meals have to be quick to make to. My questions are mostly what bread is the healthiest for you when making a sandwich? Thanks I love your site!

  32. Hey Cassie,
    I love your ab workouts but I’m a beginner and i feel like i can’t keep up with you i get to tired! What should i do!?

    • Just try to keep up as much as you can, Kiersten :) We’re all at different levels, so try your hardest to keep up but don’t hurt yourself! :)
      I’m a beginner too, and boy does it hurt! While we shouldn’t ever give up when working out, it’s good to know your limits. So make sure you’re careful, because you could pull something and make things pretty bad :/
      Hope this helps! :)

  33. Hi Cassey! I was just wondering if you could make a healthy sports drink. Something to drink after your post-workout or whenever you get thirsty. Maybe it could even be lemonade…something refreshing!

  34. Hey Cassey !
    I really love your videos and your recipes, they’re so good and it makes a lot of fun to try them ! Yesterday i chose to do the banana pancakes and i completly fell in love, so thanks ! I’m a german girl and i’ve vacation now so i do your workouts as often as i can. The ‘Drive By Inner Thighs Challenge’ is my favourite at the moment !
    Do more inner thighs challenges please !!
    Thanks a lot -xoxo :-*

  35. Hey Cassey!

    Thank you for being the most amazing exercise and healthy eating guru I have ever come across! I have never been interested in exercise or healthy eating and to be honest, I found it boring. Then one day, I heard about Pilates and found your videos and BANG! I’m totally obsessed! And it’s all thanks to you!

    Anyway, I watched this earlier and it has some amazing raw food recipes on it and I had to share it with you, because I feel like I know you now! I saw it and I thought, Cassey would like this!



  36. Hi Cassey!

    Do you have any low cal, low sugar, protein bar recipes?


  37. Sorry this is randomm, but have you ever tried turkey bacon? It’s sososo good! It tastes and looks similar to regular bacon, but it’s only 25 calories per slice! I totally recommend it!
    p.s. I absolutely love you’re banana and egg pancakes!!
    Thanks! You’re the best!!

  38. Hi! I’ve been drinking a lot of water at school lately but for some reason (even though I work out 5-6 days a week) my muscle keeps getting looser. Do you by chance have an explanation for that? :) thanks!

  39. Hey Cassie! Do you know any other great low calorie/fat breakfast recipes that don’t involve pancakes?

  40. Really too bad you don’t measure things in grams, milliliters etc. like I’m used to… I have to use converters on the internet because you Americans use measurements I’ve never heard of haha. Also they don’t sell some of the ingredients you use here in the Dutch stores so I have to improvise A LOT.

    But I love you and your recipes. You’re so inspiring!
    Much love x

    • I am from Germany and I have found cup measures in a shop specialized on kitchen needs, so maybe you can look if they have them in the Netherlands as well :)

  41. Jennifer says:

    Hi Cassey. Im female, 23, 115 lbs, and 5’6″. Im very lean, the only fat I have in my body is in my calves. Theres so much loose hanging fat it almost repulses me. I know I cant spot reduce but thats my only fatty place. Should I be dieting and exercising as if my goal was to lose weight or should I be trying a different approach?
    I do Pilates six days a week with 15 mins of cardio and I eat fairly healthy; lots of fruits and veggies, no soda, candy or chips, lots of protein.
    Hope you can help, cant bare to look at them anymore.

  42. Do you have the recipe for the miracle rice parfait posted anywhere?

  43. would love if you could make a recipe for homemade low carb/sugar protein bars? :)

  44. Anxiously waiting for you to put up some drink/smoothie recipes! Its getting pretty warm here on the east coast :)

  45. tatiana melina says:

    I am a very picky eater and i am not good when it comes to trying new foods but can you suggest any recipes that you think are the best.

  46. hey i am indian and our foods are really rich spicy and oily and i really want to cut down but i love indian food can you tell me any healthy indian foods please?? thankyou xx

  47. You are really the kind of smart women I’m looking to have as friend. Just wondering if you have any recipes book? I love all your recipes and looking forward to try each of them. Also just for suggestion, I thing you wan to look into Stevia and not splenda.

    And like to meet you in person.


  48. I’m really excited I found your site! I’m wondering if you have any tips for healthy eating in China. I’m living in northern China now and it’s hard to find healthy food here.

  49. Your links dont seem to be working. I tried clicking some and it just brings me back to this same page with the list of all of the recipes. I’m trying to get the recipe for the Banana Applesauce bread :-)

  50. I’m really excited to find your website and look forward to trying some of these recipes. The link to your Asian Lettuce Wraps isn’t working hope to be able to see that recipe soon!


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