14 Healthy Seafood Recipes

Food: Nutrition

By: // March 14, 2017


We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

Whether you’re a vegetarian, refrain from eating meat on Fridays during Lent, or just want to incorporate more fish into your diet, this list is for you! So many fish recipes are delicious and full of important vitamins and nutrients that most people don’t get enough of. Here are 14 of our favorite seafood recipes! From mahi mahi to fish tacos, we’ve got you covered! Plus, seafood typically tends to be less caloric than other meats such as beef and chicken, as well as have less of the bad-for-you fat and more of the good-for-you fat; it’s a win win!

  1. Lemon Butter Seared Salmon by Fit Foodie Finds

    We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

If you’re looking for a great, healthy, delicious salmon recipe, look no further. This recipe for Lemon Butter Seared Salmon is as tasty as it is healthy, and it’s so easy to make! If you want to incorporate this super-healthy food into your diet, this recipe makes it easy!

  1. BBQ Prosciutto Wrapped Shrimp by Get Healthy U

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These prosciutto wrapped BBQ shrimp are seriously addicting. And easier to make than you think! Pair them with jalapeño polenta and it’s a dinner fit for company!

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  1. Healthy Salmon Avocado Boats by Fit Foodie Finds

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

These Healthy Salmon Avocado boats are SO easy and SO delicious! They’re packed with protein, healthy fats, and are super healthy. They’re a great dish anytime of day–whether you want to whip them up for breakfast or serve them for dinner, they’re bound to be a crowd pleaser.

  1. Lemon Dijon Roasted Salmon, Sweet Potatoes & Asparagus by Slender Kitchen

    We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

This recipe for Lemon Dijon Roasted Salmon, Sweet Potatoes & Asparagus is made in one pan, is just 400 calories, dairy-free, kid-friendly, vegetarian, gluten free, paleo, and Whole 30 friendly! Did we mention how easy it is to make? Ready in 20 minutes and totally delicious!

  1. Kung Pao Shrimp by Fit Foodie Finds

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

Try this recipe for Kung Pao Shrimp tonight! It’s super easy-takes just 15 minutes to make, is packed with protein, and is low in carbs! This flavor-packed vegetarian dish is the perfect light, healthy dinner you’re looking for.

  1.  Spicy Grilled Shrimp Tacos by The Heathy Maven

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

This recipe for Spicy Grilled Shrimp Tacos is packed with zesty Southwest flavors and makes a delicious low-fat meal. You can have this meal ready in under 30 minutes, and it’s easily made gluten-free by simply choosing gluten-free corn tortillas!

  1.  Turmeric Tuna Boats by Get Healthy U

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

These tuna boats are made with hummus, which makes them lower in calories and higher in protein than typical tuna salad recipes. Scoop some over sliced red peppers and you’ve got the perfect light, satisfying meal! It’s the perfect meal-prep recipe to make ahead and bring with you the next day!

  1.  Cilantro Lime Shrimp Bowls by Fit Foodie Finds

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

We LOVE a good, healthy bowl. We can’t get enough! And this Cilantro Lime Shrimp Bowl is no exception. This recipe is made with fresh shrimp, brown rice, cabbage slaw and a homemade Greek yogurt dressing that you’re going to love.

  1.  Macadamia Crusted Mahi Mahi by Food Faith Fitness

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

This gluten-free, paleo, low-carb recipe is one of our favorites! It’s super delicious, no “fishy” taste, and is so easy to make, plus it’s high in protein and low in calories. Crunchy and just slightly sweet, the macadamia crust takes this recipe to a whole new level.

  1. Maple Dijon Baked Salmon Skewers with Herb Quinoa by Fit Foodie Finds

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

Salmon is loaded with healthy omega-3’s that keep your brain sharp and your body healthy. The salmon is complimented beautifully by the dijon, brussels sprouts and quinoa! This recipe is super easy and leaves almost no mess!

  1. Moroccan Tilapia by LaaLoosh

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

This recipe for Moroccan Tilapia is full of warm spices, savory tomato sauce and chickpeas. This Middle Eastern Dish is low fat, low calorie, and FULL of flavor. The warm spices, robust tomato sauce, and sprinkled in chickpeas make this one incredibly savory Middle Eastern dish.

  1. Blackened Zucchini Wrapped Fish by Slender Kitchen

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

Fish is one of our favorite sources of protein! The best part about this Blackened Zucchini Wrapped Fish is that it takes less than 10 minutes. YES, you read that right! It’s super simple and totally delicious.

  1. Brown Sugar Honey Marinated Salmon with Caramelized Pineapple Quinoa by Ambitious Kitchen

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

This recipe for Brown Sugar Honey Marinated Salmon with Caramelized Pineapple Quinoa is one of our FAVORITES at GHU. It’s packed with healthy fats and protein and is still so delicious! YUM!

  1. Grilled Salmon with Peach Salsa by Get Healthy U

We love these seafood recipes that are light on calories but heavy on flavor!

This Grilled Salmon with Peach Salsa is a flavorful, savory, heart-healthy meal that you’re going to love. This dish is full of Omega-3s, low on carbs, and is super fresh and the perfect light, easy meal you’ve been looking for!

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