These healthy recipes by Mish Sen will keep you nothing but fit!

We know you’ve been working out lately, and having a hard time resisting those junk food cravings. But, don’t worry, try these healthy recipes by Mish Sen aka @eatswithmish, and enjoy a happy meal at home!!

Being healthy does not mean you can’t have fun and eat dull food. Dieting can be fun, and these healthy recipes by Mish Sen, a US Based Food Blogger and content creator are proof of that. They are easy to make, fun to eat, and will definitely bless your tummy! Be a chef, and treat yourself!

1.  Shredded Chicken Avocado Salad


Chicken400gms (boiled deboned and shredded)
Avocado1 medium-size peeled and roughly chopped
Bell peppers1 cup chopped into 1cm cubes (I have taken red and green bell peppers; you can also use yellow if you want)
Sweet corn1 cup
Pepper powder 1tsp
Lime juice 1tsp
Rock salt 1tsp  (you can use table salt as well)
Rosemary and Olive oil 1tsp


In a large bowl add the shredded chicken, avocado, bell peppers, corn, olive oil, lime juice, pepper powder, rosemary, and rock salt. Mix them all very well so that all the flavours are incorporated well. Chill it in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes. This salad tastes best when cold. Enjoy an avocado chicken salad with the bread of your choice or as it is.

Preparation time is 15 minutes.
Assembling the salad takes 10 minutes. Serves 4

2. Watermelon Salad


Watermelon3 cups
Mint leaves1/2 cup⁠⠀
Onion1 medium⁠⠀
Lemon juice1/2 cup⁠⠀
Feta cheese1 cup⁠⠀
Black olives or black grapes3/4 cup⁠⠀


Cut watermelon into cubes. Chop the mint leaves⁠. Chop onions and soak them in lemon juice for 1 hour. After an hour, strain the lemon juice out. Chop the olives, if using. If you’re using black grapes, you may chop them in half or use them whole. Combine watermelon, mint, and onions. Sprinkle feta cheese on top and add olives or black grapes or blueberries. Mix together and serve.😍⠀

3. Oatmeal Porridge


rolled oats1 cups
milk2 cups
sugar/jaggery or as per taste1/2 tsp
cardamom2 pods, crushed
Some dry fruitsI have used almonds, cashews, a few walnuts, sunflower seeds, cranberries and raisins


Heat a pan, add the milk, cardamom pods, oats and cook for a minute or two. Add sugar or jaggery, dry fruits, and cook for 3-4 minutes. Or you can cook the oats with the milk, jaggery/sugar, and cardamom and add dry fruits of your liking on top as a garnish. I don’t put too much sugar as the dry fruits are sweet.
👉Note: Take out the cardamom pods before serving. Serve warm. Enjoy!🥄 .     

4. Chia Seed Pudding


Milk/Coconut milk 2 cups
Chia seeds¼ cup
Mango 2 cups chopped
Maple syrup/Honey/Jaggery powder 3 tbsp


In a jar/glass/bowl, mix milk/coconut milk, chia seeds, and 1 tablespoon maple syrup/honey/jaggery powder. Cover and refrigerate overnight. The chia seeds will swell up and plump up to a jelly-like consistency. They will absorb most of the milk or coconut milk, whichever you’re using, and form a thick pudding. To serve, fill a wide glass or a parfait glass three-fourths with chia pudding and top with mangoes or a fruit of your choice. You can also layer fruit and chia seed pudding- one layer fruit, then chia pudding, and then a top layer of fruit- your choice! Garnish with grated coconut or pumpkin seeds and serve chilled. This proportion serves 2 people.

Note: you can also omit the sugar part completely. Your pudding will still taste delicious with the natural sweetness of milk or coconut milk and fruit. Enjoy😍           

5. Mango Spinach Smoothie

Mango with Banana and Spinach smoothie


Yogurt3/4 cups
Mango slices3/4 cup (fresh or frozen- I used fresh)
Spinach1 cup
Roasted cumin seed 1/2 tsp, powdered
Salt1/2 tsp ( you can use rock salt)


 Put everything in a blender and blend it to make your delicious smoothie! Enjoy!😍
Note: use fresh, baby spinach leaves for the smoothie. Also, you can replace yogurt with almond, oat, or soy milk.

6. Spinach Soup

Broccoli spinach pea cream soup with cream and chilli flakes


Spinach leaves3 cups, roughly chopped⁠⠀
Potato1, grated or cut in small cubes
Onionfinely chopped
Ginger1/2 tsp⁠
Ground black pepper1 tsp or to taste
Milk/ coconut milk1.5 cups⁠
Heavy cream1-2 tsp (optional)⁠⠀
Garam masalaa small pinch⁠⠀
Cumin seedsa pinch
Salt1 tsp or taste⁠
Butter2 tsp ( can use ghee or vegan butter)
Water1 cup ⁠


Heat the butter/ vegan butter. When hot, add the cumin seeds, ginger, and onions and saute for 2 minutes. Add the spinach, and the potato and saute for another 2 minutes.⁠ Add ground pepper, salt, and garam masala. Add the water. Cover and cook till the potatoes are cooked.⁠Remove from heat, cool a bit, and blend to a smooth mixture (add a little water if too thick)⁠⠀Now add the milk or coconut milk and put back on low heat, and simmer till it thickens a bit. ⁠(Stir from time to time)⁠⠀Serve hot. ⁠Add a spoon of cream from the top when serving if you’d like. ⁠Additionally, sprinkle some chili flakes and enjoy!

So, which one of these delicious healthy recipes by Mish Sen are you going to pick? Tell us in the comment section below.

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