Bobby Flay Fit Recipes

Get all of the healthy recipes Bobby and his friends make on his Web-exclusive series, Bobby Flay Fit.

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Salmon Gyro

Unlike a traditional Greek gyro made with lamb and pita, this seafood version from Bobby swaps in grilled salmon and a lettuce wrapper. A fresh, spicy tzatziki sauce and a tomato and red pepper relish go on top.

Get the Recipe: Salmon Gyro with Tomato-Red Pepper Relish and Spicy Herbed Tzatziki

Roasted Peach and Blackberry Smoothie

For a variation on the typical smoothie, Bobby roasts peaches and blackberries until caramelized. Once the fruits have cooled, he blends them with yogurt.

Get the Recipe: Roasted Peach and Blackberry Smoothie

Wheat Berry and Farro Salad

Two kinds of whole grains — wheat berries and farro — go into this salad, which makes a great packable lunch or healthy meal on the go. Goat cheese and charred cherry tomatoes are tossed with the grains.

Get the Recipe: Wheat Berry and Farro Salad

Healthy Pasta With Spicy Crab

Portion control is key when it comes to foods like pasta: "you can have pasta, just a little bit at a time," says Bobby. He makes this spicy crab pasta dish for the staff at his office and serves himself a scoop of it, balancing out his plate with a big serving of salad.

Get the Recipe: Healthy Pasta with Spicy Crab

Smooth Tea

Bobby's advice: Plan your post-exercise snack ahead so you don't blow your workout. Bobby likes to make a quick and filling smoothie from tea, Greek yogurt, berries and agave. It's refreshing, hydrating, and best of all, it tastes good.

Get the Recipe: Smooth Tea

Wild Arugula and Chickpea Salad

Bobby loves this salad for its contrasting textures. The light, peppery arugula leaves, the crisp raw fennel plus grape tomatoes and chickpeas all come together with an easy dressing for a quick salad that Bobby eats with pasta.

Get the Recipe: Wild Arugula and Chickpea Salad

Chocolate-Coconut Granola

This granola combines Bobby's two favorite ingredients: coconut and chocolate. He makes a batch and portions out 1/2-cup servings to enjoy as preworkout snacks.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate-Coconut Granola

Grouper Steamed in Parchment With Sour Orange Sauce and Martini Relish

Steaming fish in parchment is a healthy method of cooking fish that requires little or no added fat. Bobby adds a tangy sauce and olive relish to the cooked fish to ensure a burst of flavor in every bite.

Get the Recipe: Grouper Steamed in Parchment with Sour Orange Sauce and Martini Relish

Greek Quinoa Salad

Bobby eats plenty of lean meats and healthy ingredients, like quinoa and whole grains.

Get the Recipe: Greek Quinoa Salad

Oatmeal Pancakes With Maple-Glazed Roasted Apples

After an intense workout, Bobby makes brunch with his friend, Katie Lee: oatmeal pancakes topped with apples roasted with maple syrup and spices.

Get the Recipe: Oatmeal Pancakes with Maple-Glazed Roasted Apples

Open-Faced Eggs Florentine

Katie Lee makes an open-faced egg sandwich — toast topped with ricotta cheese, steamed spinach and a fried egg — for a postworkout breakfast.

Get the Recipe: Open-Faced Eggs Florentine

Brown Sugar-Spiced Grapefruit

Bobby tops grapefruits with brown sugar, cinnamon and ground ginger and broils them until golden brown on top for a sweet breakfast, brunch or dessert treat.

Get the Recipe: Brown Sugar-Spiced Grapefruit

Chili Kale Chips

The secret to making Katie Lee's kale chips is massaging the olive oil into the kale leaves.

Get the Recipe: Chili Kale Chips

Dry Roasted Edamame With Black Sesame Seeds

Katie Lee makes an easy, high-protein snack using fewer than 5 ingredients.

Get the Recipe: Dry Roasted Edamame with Black Sesame Seeds

Hummus With Herbed Pita Crisps

For a quick and easy snack, Katie Lee whips up homemade hummus and crunchy, herbed pita crisps.

Get the Recipe: Hummus with Herbed Pita Crisps

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