12 Detox Recipes for Your After-Holiday Tummy

Let’s be honest here, guys, we all tend to indulge a little bit during the holidays. Or not a little bit. Maybe a lot. Sometimes too much, actually.

And you know what? That’s perfectly fine!

You can’t restrain yourself for the whole year! There should be a time when you can just let loose and treat yourself. And December is the perfect moment for that!

But when January comes and we all have to get back to our normal lives, sometimes you look in the mirror and see that holiday season left it’s mark on you.

Tummy looks bloated, skin is breaking out a little and you gained a couple pounds? Have no fear!

All you need to do is change your diet and incorporate some detox foods in it! And when December’s temptations are gone, it’s not that difficult to do.

Here I’ve come up with a list of recipes that will help to get rid of those toxins, as well as flood your body with nutrients that help combat the damage caused by alcohol, overeating and stress (who has stress-free holidays? Last time it happened to me I was like 12).

Green Smoothie

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Let’s start with the king of detox – green smoothie! This one is packed with nutrients and flavor! Kale, lemon and celery will detox your body while chia seeds and banana will fill you up for a long time.

Salmon Detox Salad

Roasted Salmon Detox Salad Recipe | ASpicyPerspective.com

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But you can’t go all day on just smoothies! Let’s think about something more lunch-like, this salmon salad for example. I’m not a big fan of fish, but I never mind a nice juicy piece of salmon! This salad is low in calories and consists of plain goodness that helps your body release water and toxins.

Detox Salad with Kale and Broccoli

My Favorite Detox Salad! | Eat Yourself Skinny

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Can there be too many veggies in a salad? I don’t think so! This colorful salad will boost your mood as well as your metabolism while being just so delicious!

Detox Immune-Boosting Chicken Soup

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Winter months are not only famous for overeating, but also for cold and flu! This healthy chicken soup is packed with ingredients like garlic, turmeric, mushrooms and leafy greens, all working together to boost your immune system!

Ginger Lemonade

Ginger Lemon Detox Drink

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And if after a whole month with a cup of eggnog in your hand you feel like something is missing – try this ginger lemonade! It has minimum calories and it’s amazingly refreshing and delicious! You wouldn’t mind this detox at all!

Vegetarian Cabbage Soup

Vegetarian Cabbage Soup

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This cabbage soup is anything but boring, I actually make it all the time! It’s filling, flavorful, and if you like spicy food like me – a couple drops of Tabasco make it even better!

Detox Rainbow Roll-Ups

Hand Holding Detox Rainbow Roll-Ups

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Did anyone say burrito? Because that’s what I see! All types of healthy veggies in a form of a roll-up, perfect!

Green Detox Soup

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All green things are healthy, right? We already had a green smoothie on this list, and now it is time for the green soup! This soup is full of powerhouse foods like kale and broccoli, with a little sourness from lemon. If you ever feel tired of green smoothies – definitely try the green soup!

Detox Beet Soup with Coconut Milk

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OK, this is the last soup on this list, I promise! I love my soups, what can I do. But I just couldn’t leave this one behind, it’s so colorful! And beets are not a very popular ingredient now, which is unfortunate. They’re full of vitamins, nutrients and help you detox your body as well. And did I mention the color? Not every day you get a chance to eat something purple!

Breakfast Bowl

Vegan Dirty Chai "Detox" Breakfast Bowls that are energy-packed to set your day off right. These detox breakfast bowls are not only healthy and nourishing, but full of anti-oxidants rich spices and immunity boosting nutrients. Gluten free oats, almonds, and quinoa soaked in a coconut milk based dirty chai. Topped with cacao nibs and coconut cream. A breakfast bowl that will perk you up in no time!

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And don’t forget about the most important meal of the day, your breakfast! Of course, you can always have your smoothie, but when you are looking for something filling, try this breakfast bowl! It is so nutritious, full of flavor and it even has coffee in it! Your eyes didn’t trick you, it’s coffee! In a breakfast bowl!

Dark Chocolate Detox Bites

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If you think detox foods are just veggies and low calories, well, think again. Because here we have a wonderful detox dessert! Made of nuts, dried fruits and dark chocolate these babies are definitely much better for you than those Christmas sugary cookies. Just don’t eat too many, they’re not called “bites” for nothing!

Arugula, Avocado and Tomato Salad

The most delicious detox salad recipe! I needed about 10 minutes to make this simple, delicious healthy salad! It’s great for detox thanks to arugula, prevents premature aging thanks to all the antioxidants in there and is very tasty! Click through to see this clean eating vegan & paleo recipe that is great for your skin, weight loss and overall health!

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And let’s finish this list with this delicious salad, with creamy avocado, peppery arugula and fresh tomato! Now you’re well equipped for your after-holiday detox program, plan your meals for a week and let’s start!

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Did you indulge on holidays? How do you feel about getting back to your normal routine? Tell me in the comments!

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12 Detox Recipes for Your After-Holiday Tummy

12 Detox Recipes for Your After-Holiday Tummy

4 Comments

  1. Tamara Handley

    December 24, 2017 at 11:54 am

    I love your blog title! These recipes look so yummy and the pictures are beautiful!! I definitely will add some of these to my January food plan. Thank you so much for the fabulous inspiration!! I can’t wait to see more.
    Tamara

    1. Jane Moskva

      December 27, 2017 at 9:14 pm

      Thank you, Tamara! I’m glad you like them!

  2. Heather Christian

    January 1, 2018 at 7:30 am

    All these recipes look amazing. I’m on a smoothie kick so I’ll be trying those first. I love Ginger anything so that ginger lemonade is something I’m adding in for sure.

    1. Jane Moskva

      January 2, 2018 at 9:52 am

      Thanks Heather, I’m glad you like them! I love ginger too!

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