Week 3 Challenge: Try a New Healthy Recipe

Mastermind Weekend 1/16

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I'm Tina

I’m the owner of Carrots ‘N’ Cake as well as a Certified Nutrition Coach and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P). I use macros and functional nutrition to help women find balance within their diets while achieving their body composition goals.


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It’s week 3, baby! And your challenge is to try a new healthy recipe and report back to CNC with how it turned out, so we can all try it (if it’s a good one, of course)! Winking smile

week 3 try a new recipe

For this week’s challenge, break out your cookbooks, review your Pinterest boards, and pursue your favorite food blogs to find a new, healthy, and delicious-sounding recipe to try. Anything goes! And, once again, I encourage you to think outside of the box and get creative”¦ try a new ingredient or cuisine, cook with friends or your kids, or even develop your own brand new recipe. Hey, have fun with it!

Here are some helpful resources to get you started this week:

This week is kind of low-key, but you can further challenge yourself my taking on the challenges from week 1 and 2: keep a food journal and log four workouts. C’mon, get healthy and stay healthy! Good luck!

Question of the Day

What’s your favorite website/blog for healthy, delicious recipes?



  1. I like Eat, Live, Run for healthy and delicious recipes….I also love love love your recipe for Cheesy Brussels Sprouts and Sausage–so simple, yet so delicious–it’s a regular for lunch for me 🙂

  2. Although not a blog, I think Pinterest is my ultimate resource for any and all things. I love it so much because it’s powered a lot by blogs and you can find so much information on just about any topic — especially baking and cooking!

  3. Trying a new recipe a week is one of my goals for this year, so I’m definitely in on this challenge! I have way too many items pinned on Pinterest, and lots of good cooking books at home.
    My brother just gave me “How to Cook Everything Vegetarian: Simple Meatless Recipes for Great Food” by Mark Bittman (even though I’m not a vegetarian) because he said it has some of the best recipes. He said his other cookbooks are good as well. I also love Real Simple’s recipes, as you pointed out. They are, generally, pretty simple!

  4. This morning I tried your 2 ingredient pancake recipe with blue berries, and they were AMAZING. I also this week tried your french toast scramble, and I am hooked! Thank you for posting those.

  5. I find so many new and imaginative recipes by just searching blogs. I’ll search my favorites and pass on the some of he ones I think are the best which everybody can try.

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