5 Lip-Smacking Recipes To Try This Women’s Day

This International Women’s Day let us honor all the beautiful, ever charming, selfless women in our lives. We at Women Fitness, thought what better way could there be than to make them some wonderful recipes from our favorite female chefs and cooks. So if you’re a daughter, a son, a mother, a husband, boyfriend or anyone else who has a woman in their life that they’d like to celebrate, let’s get started!

1. Nigella Lawson’s White Chocolate Cheesecake
Credits: www.nigella.com

All I can say about this one is that you’ll be left wanting more! The white chocolate in the cheesecake brings a gorgeous, rounded vanilla flavour and helps the cheesecake set in the fridge overnight to a perfect, tenderly firm consistency.

2. Giada De Laurentiis’ Roasted Salad
Credits: www.giadzy.com

This super-healthy recipe is vegan and dairy free so it definitely had to make it on our list of recipes to try out on Women’s Day. Giada De Laurentiis is a celebrated chef with 1 million followers on Instagram, making it all the more worthy to try out this recipe!

3. Chungah Rhee’s Creamy Broccoli Mac & Cheese
Credits: damndelicious.net

Blogger Chungah Rhee’s specialty is healthy, quick recipes that get you in and out of the kitchen, without sacrificing food quality or taste. The one that we personally love from her collection is this EASIEST and CREAMIEST mac and cheese made in less than 30 minutes (quick one to impress your mom)!

4. Dana Shultz’s Healthy Vegan Fudge
vegan fudge
Credits: minimalistbaker.com

Dana Shultz stays true to her blog’s claim to fame, creating truly minimalist recipes that require 10 ingredients or less, one bowl, or 30 minutes to prepare. They’re also mostly plant-based and gluten-free, making them good for you in addition to gorgeous. No wonder this chocolate fudge is vegan too!

5. Natasha Corrett’s Oat Burger & Sweet potato wedges
oats burger
Credits: www.honestlyhealthyfood.com

There are a lot of plant-based burgers out there that fall apart but this one doesn’t – the oats really hold it together and help to bind it well. With several cookbooks credited to her name, Natasha’s recipe will definitely impress the woman in your life.

We hope you like these recipes and will definitely try them out this Women’s Day!


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