That's largely in thanks to our friends at feedfeed, who provided us with the best of the best when it comes to food all year long.
And in case you missed any of their delicious recipes, we compiled a list of our favorites from 2016.
Black Bean, Quinoa and Sweet Potato Veggie Burgers1 of 17
Photo and recipe by @feedtheswimmers via feedfeed.info.
These black bean, quinoa and sweet potato burgers are packed with protein and fiber and topped with a creamy cashew sauce with a spicy kick.
Pumpkin and Wild Rice Risotto2 of 17
Photo and recipe by @chocolateforbasil via thefeedfeed.com.
Okay, so this isn't your traditional stuffing, but it is a delicious and healthy alternative—creamy risotto cooked in vegetarian stock and white wine, stuffed in a seasonal mini pumpkin. This dish will make a beautiful addition to your holiday table.
Butternut Squash Pie3 of 17
Photo and recipe by Dr. Archer of @archerfriendly and archerfriendly.com via thefeedfeed.com.
This vegan and gluten-free riff on classic pumpkin pie has a crust made from pumpkin seeds and dates. As for the delicious, creamy filling, it comes from coconut milk, which is sweetened with dried apricots.
Taco Salad Jars with Green Chile Yogurt Dressing and Fresh Corn Salsa4 of 17
Photo and recipe by @foxeslovelemons via thefeedfeed.com.
This recipe has all of your favorite components of a great taco salad in a perfectly portable jar. You'll love the fresh corn salsa and spicy green chile yogurt dressing, but beware, your coworkers will be shooting you some jealous looks.
Kale and White Bean Soup5 of 17
Photo and recipe by @plantbasedartist via thefeedfeed.com.
This rustic soup is packed with fiber, protein and veggies to keep you full and satisfied. Plus, it comes together in just 40 minutes.
Apple "Nachos" with Peanut Butter and Chocolate Drizzle6 of 17
Photo and recipe by @thefitforkfeed via thefeedfeed.com.
This quick and clever snack is perfect for when you need a boost of protein and something sweet. The chocolate drizzle is made with just three ingredients; peanut butter, coconut oil and chocolate protein powder. As for the toppings, feel free to get creative.
Our own @thefitforkfeed likes to add coconut flakes, hemp hearts and chocolate chips.
Watermelon Pops with Spinach and Cacao Nibs7 of 17
Photo and recipe by @hartmann_health via thefeedfeed.com.
Kids and grown-ups alike will love these clever pops made from blended watermelon, yogurt, a touch of honey, fresh greens and cacao nibs.
Fresh Chili, Basil and Tomato Salsa8 of 17
Photo and recipe by @theplantfeed via feedfeed.info.
Consider store-bought salsa a thing of the past. This fresh and zesty salsa will be the hit of your next party.
Pumpkin Pie Nice Cream9 of 17
Photo and recipe by @feastingonfruit via thefeedfeed.com.
Enjoy this creamy, dairy-free pumpkin flavored ice cream that you can make at home. It's a dream dessert made from frozen bananas and pumpkin puree. Go ahead and whip up an extra batch to store in the freezer and enjoy all season long.
Blueberry Almond Flour Muffins10 of 17
Photo and recipe by @andreabemis via feedfeed.info.
Imagine waking up to the smell of warm blueberry muffins. Just as delicious as the classic version, these beauties have a healthy twist—they are made with almond flour for a boost of protein.
Stone Fruit Salad11 of 17
Photo and recipe by @thejamlab via feedfeed.info.
We consider this salad to be summer on a plate. Grilling the stone fruit enhances the flavor and sweetness, which pairs perfectly with the peppery arugula and tangy vinaigrette.
Spinach and Avocado Hummus12 of 17
Photo and recipe by @simplybeautifuleating via feedfeed.info.
Avocado takes the place of tahini in this delicious hummus recipe and produces a super creamy and irresistible dip. Serve as an appetizer or use it as a tasty sandwich spread.
Asparagus And Bean "Risotto"13 of 17
Low carb and meat-free, this bean-based dish is cooked like risotto, gets super creamy (thanks to the liquid from the beans) and is topped with a perfectly cooked 7-minute egg and garlic greens.
Zucchini Donuts with Chocolate Drizzle14 of 17
Photo and recipe by @ahealthylifeforme via feedfeed.info.
Zucchini is a great vegetable to bake with because it adds moisture, produces a tender texture and adds subtle sweetness to healthy treats. These baked donuts are made with a mix of almond and coconut flour, so they are both gluten-free and naturally sweetened, making them a healthy breakfast treat.
Broccoli, Spinach and Chicken Pasta15 of 17
Photo and recipe by @displacedhouswife via feedfeed.info.
Broccoli is packed with Vitamin C, which keeps your immune system in check after a tough workout. It's also a good source of potassium, which improves muscle function and can help to reduce cramps.
Coupled with the complex carbs from the pasta and the protein from the chicken, this dish is a runner's dream.
Raw Kale and Zucchini Soup16 of 17
This soup is as easy as tossing everything into the blender, no cooking required. Eating the kale raw helps to preserve the nutrients in this refreshing spring soup.