Most people are looking for healthy meal options but it can be difficult to find recipes that fit your diet.
Whether you’re on the keto diet, Whole30, or just trying to eat healthier; these recipes will make it easier for you!
The Noom approach to weight loss is a new way of life that focuses on educating individuals about what it means to eat healthily and maintain healthy lifestyles.
Through this education, people are empowered with sustainable ideas for long-term success in their mission towards achieving the body they desire!
Here are our top 34 favorite Noom diet recipes that we hope will inspire and motivate you to try something new.
Note: Are you following the Noom Diet, but feeling like it’s not making much of a difference? Then check out our post on 17 Reasons You’re Not Losing Weight On The Noom Diet!
Noom Diet Recipes: 34 Easy and Healthy Meal Options
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This meal has protein, veggies, and grains in a creamy sauce that is delicious!
You can use any kind of meat you like, but turkey is one of my favorites for this dish. I also like to add some beans or lentils in here for a boost of fiber.
If you want more protein, you can always add some tofu to this dish as well.
The secret ingredient is the avocado, which provides a great texture and flavor for the meal. Also, if you can’t find spinach, you can use kale instead.
Pork chops are usually a great option for a weeknight meal.
Pork chops also cook quickly in the oven so they are perfect for making ahead of time.
Pork chops are also fairly low in carbs, so you can make sure the meal is filling without the worry of adding on extra carbs.
This Noom recipe is simple and easy to make, and tastes amazing.
This is a Noom recipe that everyone will love.
Chicken fajitas are one of the easiest dinner recipes to make and the ingredients are inexpensive.
What makes this meal special is that it’s a great, nutritious meal that also cooks in one pan.
This is a great way to cook chicken that can be used in other dishes too.
You can use whatever cut of chicken you prefer and cook it however you like.
You can add veggies like bell peppers, onions, and mushrooms to this recipe. You can also spice up the dish by adding little red pepper flakes and some crushed garlic.
You can use your favorite salsa or you can make your own with fresh ingredients.
If you’re looking for a new way to eat pork chops, try this lemon garlic version that’s rich in antioxidants, fiber, and protein.
You can serve this dish with a side of roasted asparagus or steamed green beans for a complete meal.
This healthy twist on pork chops with lemon and garlic is sure to impress.
With this Noom recipe, you’ll have the time to make sure your chops are cooked all the way through, without having to check them all day.
Serve this pork chop recipe with some crusty bread and salad for an all-in-one meal.
The garlic butter is delicious and will make your guests feel like they’ve gone to a fancy restaurant for the price of a regular dinner.
You can use pork loin chops or even chicken breasts for this recipe, and if you do substitute, use 1 ½ tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil to grease the pan instead of butter.
Corn and tomatoes are an ideal combination of flavors and textures, making this soup an amazing choice for a hearty meal.
The addition of vegetables and broth makes this a very nutritious dish and you can customize it by adding in whatever fresh ingredients you have on hand.
Fresh basil and cilantro would be lovely additions to this soup.
You can use fresh or frozen corn in this recipe. If you have frozen corn, try to choose corn with the least amount of moisture in the center.
If you want to make a meal that is both filling and nutritious, this Noom recipe will do the trick.
This soup is loaded with vegetables, protein, and fiber to help you feel full and satisfied.
This recipe is low in carbs and calories, and it is packed with lots of flavors.
Greek yogurt has become one of the hottest foods right now.
The good news is that it’s not just for breakfast anymore!
This Noom recipe pairs the creamy Greek yogurt with delicious toppings, including crunchy cucumbers, carrots, and cilantro.
You could swap out the cucumber for sweet potatoes, bell peppers, or tomatoes if you prefer.
Add other toppings like dried cranberries, sunflower seeds, or crushed tortilla chips to make this recipe even more customizable.
This Noom recipe is inspired by my husband’s favorite childhood dish, chicken tortilla soup.
I took out the cheese and swapped in nooch and almond flour to make it less cheesy and a little more healthy.
If you don’t want to make it as healthy, just leave out the nooch and keep the other ingredients.
You can also easily add some extra veggies and make this meal a one-pot wonder by adding some shredded lettuce or zucchini for an extra boost of veggies!
This is a great Noom recipe for the morning rush.
It takes only 5 minutes to prep and then 20 minutes to bake.
While it sounds like a long time, when you consider it takes 10 minutes to mix the batter, that’s only 1 hour to make one of the best breakfasts you will ever have.
It is also a great way to use up leftovers from the night before.
All the flavors are delicious and balanced and you don’t have to get dressed up to enjoy this breakfast.
This Noom breakfast is a great addition to your diet.
You can also add more fruit and nuts for more protein and fiber.
This chicken risotto has just enough rice and plenty of chicken, so it’s a filling meal with a flavorful broth.
It cooks in the slow cooker, but is ready in less than 20 minutes in the Instant Pot.
What makes it even better? It is free of any added sugars or unhealthy ingredients like artificial sweeteners, MSG, and trans fats.
The chicken breast adds extra protein to this dish, making it a perfect meal for an athlete.
The broccoli and carrots help balance the flavors of the broth and add in some extra veggies.
You can use almost any type of protein, just make sure it is cooked before adding into the pot.
This low carb, low calorie, pasta dish can be served as a one-dish meal or a side dish.
When I think of a pasta dish, this recipe always comes to mind.
It’s light and delicious, and the asparagus adds color and flavor.
There’s so much variety in this recipe, that it would be easy to just make it as is, and then add other toppings to the pasta or serve as a side dish.
A fun spin on the current avocado toast craze with a healthier take on eggs.
This Noom recipe includes avocado, eggs, and an assortment of veggies to keep it both nutritious and tasty.
Avocados add a creamy texture, nutrients, and healthy fats to this meal, while the vegetables and protein keep it satisfying.
This is a great meal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It is simple to make and has a wonderful flavor profile that will appeal to everyone in your household.
This carrot side dish takes the simplest vegetable and elevates it to a new level of deliciousness.
Carrots are one of those vegetables you have to eat raw to really enjoy them, but when roasted, they take on a whole new texture and flavor.
This recipe calls for a simple homemade seasoning mix to roast the carrots with, which you can use as a base for your own roasted veggie recipe.
Try roasting different veggies with different spices like garlic, rosemary, and sage, or even adding some bacon for extra flavor.
This green salad recipe is perfect for a summer cookout.
It’s crunchy and creamy all at the same time, and there are so many options to make it your own with different types of vegetables.
This recipe was created by combining a few things that were on hand that week.
Oatmeal is a great way to start your day, and if you make it a big bowl, it’s not only filling but also easy to eat with a spoon.
This version has a little extra kick from the addition of cinnamon and adds in fresh fruit and a sweet crust.
Make sure to use low-fat yogurt here as well, as fat can affect the texture of the bar.
These are great for breakfast, lunch, or a snack.
With this recipe, you can prep the taco ingredients ahead of time and have a delicious and filling meal at dinner time.
This meal prep bowl has a huge volume of fillings so it’s not only easy to prepare, but it makes for a large meal that will help you stay full and satisfied throughout the day.
This is a Noom recipe that you can keep in your fridge for a quick and healthy option.
This Noom recipe pairs apples with cinnamon to create a warm, hearty and satisfying meal.
Apples have a lot of health benefits, including the fact that they contain fiber, antioxidants, and a low glycemic index.
Picking a good apple is important because the type of apple used makes a big difference in the flavor and nutritional value.
Try using a variety of apples so you can get a wide range of nutrients.
You can use the same apples in this recipe again and again, and they make a great side dish or dessert.
With this Noom recipe, you can whip up a great lunch in no time.
Lettuce wraps are a healthy way to enjoy a meal, with many varieties of lettuce available.
They are also a super quick and easy meal to put together, and they allow you to eat with minimal mess.
When using ground turkey in this recipe, use a meatloaf cutter to break the meat into small pieces.
Try adding in some carrots or cucumber for an extra boost of nutrients.
This meal would work well with any type of lettuce, but romaine lettuce is especially good for this meal.
This skillet dish is perfect for the holidays. It is low in fat, gluten-free, and has delicious flavors that your whole family will enjoy.
With just a few ingredients and a couple of minutes in the oven, you have a complete meal for the week.
Sautéed sweet potatoes and apples are topped with a sausage topping and finished with a sprinkle of cheese for a classic American taste sensation.
This pumpkin pie oats recipe is the perfect way to get your fall fix without any added sugar, fat, or dairy.
No matter how you feel about pumpkin spice lattes, this delicious, savory, low-carb version of the pumpkin spice latte is a must-try!
This recipe is a great way to get your kids to eat more veggies, too!
This recipe is so easy that even picky eaters will be happy to eat it.
This recipe is a great base for a whole slew of tasty overnight oats options.
From pumpkin to cinnamon to pumpkin spice to just plain oatmeal, the combinations are endless.
This recipe will be a big hit with kids and adults alike.
Try using other dried fruits like raisins or cranberries instead of the dates.
If you like your oats sweet, try adding some chocolate chips in place of the walnuts.
The only downside to this recipe is it will take a bit of time to make. But the end result is worth the wait.
This Jambalaya is made with cauliflower rice instead of traditional white rice.
This is a great choice for anyone who is looking for something different to eat. The cauliflower rice has a mild flavor and is less calorie-dense than rice.
You can also use chicken instead of shrimp to make this recipe vegan.
Adding this cauliflower rice to your diet can help you lose weight, as it replaces the carbohydrates in rice with more nutrient-dense vegetables.
There’s no need to make the effort to grill the shrimp, but if you like the grill flavor, you can still make a great meal with this Noom recipe.
These taquitos are made in a tortilla shell with a delicious sauce. They come out crispy and delicious.
Baking the shrimp instead of grilling means you won’t have to stand over a hot grill all night.
Taquitos are traditionally served with guacamole, which gives these a great flavor and color, but you can sub out the guacamole for your favorite salsa.
These taquitos are a great dinner or a snack.
The cauliflower rice was a real revelation to me.
It has become my new go-to side dish for dinner.
Cauliflower rice is made by first cutting up a cauliflower head and then cooking it into the rice.
This makes it healthier than regular rice, which is higher in carbs and usually includes more refined flour.
Cauliflower is also lower in carbs than rice and is rich in fiber, making it a great side dish that fits the Noom diet.
This fried shrimp rice has the perfect mix of flavors that your family will love.
No need to stress over your daily calorie count this holiday season.
This scrumptious dessert doesn’t contain any added sugar, oil, butter or flour. It’s simple, but it will make you feel like you are indulging in something more.
With only 4 calories per serving, this dessert is perfect to take along to a friend or family member’s house for a little holiday cheer.
This one-bowl dish comes together quickly and has just enough heat to make it a delicious meal.
You can easily customize this dish by changing the vegetables you add to the pan.
Any vegetable that you already have in the house would work well with this recipe, but if you don’t have any on hand, just choose the ones you like the most and try to have them ready before you start cooking.
The protein of choice for this dish is chicken, but you could also use pork or beef as a substitute.
No matter what type of protein you choose, the key is to cook it through.
The flavor of the sauce is very mild, which will make this dish very easy to enjoy.
This peanut slaw is a healthier take on the traditional Chinese salad, made with the addition of Thai spices.
You can make this recipe with whatever veggies you have on hand, but the combination of cucumber, carrots, tomatoes, and red bell pepper work best for this recipe.
The creamy dressing helps to soften and balance out the crunchy vegetables.
This super healthy slaw is a great base for Asian-inspired meals.
Crispy onion rings are the epitome of comfort food. This recipe combines the best of two worlds: air frying and oven baking, to create the perfect crunchy batter and the perfect crispy, golden onions.
When you have a batch of these in the freezer for the next time you crave a warm potato chip, it’s your lucky day.
These air fryer onion rings are perfect for all occasions and tastes. If you’re looking to cut down on the carbs, feel free to substitute the white potatoes for sweet potatoes.
This Noom recipe is an absolute favorite with kids because they can get in their veggies without feeling like they are eating them.
They get a good amount of protein, which is important for kids, and a little taste of garlic to help the zucchini keep them interested.
These bites are a perfect way to enjoy summer squash and a fun, healthy snack.
Forget about the chicken-nugget roll you had at the drive-thru and try making an inside-out egg roll instead!
Inside-Out Egg Rolls are like the egg roll of the chicken nugget world.
They’re easy to make, a healthier alternative to fried or grilled chicken, and you can customize the rolls by adding in different vegetables or herbs.
Make this a fun appetizer for your next party or just enjoy them as a snack.
No matter where you are in the world, you can make these burrito bowls.
Make it vegetarian by using vegetable crumbles, or swap out the chicken for beans.
This recipe is a great way to start your day or get dinner on the table without too much work.
The quinoa, black beans, and tomato sauce provide a hearty base, and the pico de gallo gives it just the right amount of freshness.
This potato, carrot, zucchini, and garlic roasted vegetable recipe is a tasty way to add some more veggies into your diet.
Potatoes, carrots, and zucchini are a great combination of nutrients and make a very satisfying and filling meal.
This is a Noom recipe that is low in carbs, low in calories, and can be used as a side dish or as part of a bigger meal.
This simple meat-and-vegetable skillet is a Noom recipe that your family will love.
This one-pot meal includes ingredients you may already have on hand. It has a nice kick from the jalapeño and cumin and is full of healthy veggies and lean ground beef.
You can make this meal as quick or as slow as you want by using precooked rice and pasta or leftover grilled or roasted veggies.
This meal can also be made in the crockpot so it will be ready when you get home from work.
No matter what recipe you try, or even how you try to mix up your diet a little bit, make sure that it’s something you enjoy and can keep on doing.
You don’t need to follow any of these recipes exactly as they are written if they aren’t working for you – change them around or substitute ingredients until you find what you like.
No matter how you do it, eating healthy is something that will benefit both your body and mind!
34 Best Noom Diet Recipes
- 1 pound lean ground turkey
- 1 onion, diced
- 2 cloves garlic, minced
- 14 ounces crushed tomatoes
- 14 ounces red kidney beans
- 2 handfuls baby spinach
- Heat some oil in a large pot over medium-high heat. Add the onions and cook until they are translucent about five minutes.
- Add the garlic to the pan and cook for 30 seconds.
- Add the ground turkey and cook until browned throughout.
- Pour in the crushed tomatoes and add one cup of water.
- Add salt, pepper, oregano if you like
- Add the beans and spinach or kale.
- Let it simmer for 20 – 30 minutes until you have a nice thick sauce that is flavorful!