The 21 Day Fix meal plan follows a container based system by Beachbody. Each container is a different color and represents a different type of food.
The red container is meant for your proteins: meat, yogurt, eggs, tofu, and even shellfish. Here are my favorite 21 Day Fix Red Container recipes.
These are some delicious red container recipes that will help you get your 21 Day Fix red containers in for the day! I know a lot of people struggle with reds, so I’ve pulled this together for you to help you get all of your protein containers in!
Each of these recipes has at least one full red container per serving–most have just one.
Wonder Whip Snacks – sweet snacks in different flavors like mint chocolate, lemon meringue, and key lime.
My favorite recipe that uses 1.5 Red (and .25 Blue) is Cloud Bread! It satisfies a carb craving like no other!
Healthy Pot Roast One red per serving
Crockpot Chicken for Meal Prep One red container per serving
Homemade Turkey Sausage One red per serving, which is two sausage patties
Turkey Meatballs Two reds per serving!
Crack Chicken This recipe is delicious as a dip or on top of a salad!
Stuffed Bell Peppers with Chicken and Goat Cheese One red container per serving
Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs Two eggs equals one red container. If you’re only eating the egg whites, then eight of them equals a red container!
Easy Swedish Meatballs One red per serving
Cilantro Lime Chicken Drumsticks One red container for each serving of these
Philly Cheesesteaks One red per serving
Shredded Mexican Chicken One red per serving
Sweet n’ Sour Chicken One red per serving
Greek Yogurt Chicken Salad With Grapes and Celery 1 1/4 red per serving!
Crock Pot Pork Carnitas This recipe is just as delicious when made with beef! It’s one red container per serving.
Baked Coconut Shrimp One red container per serving
Spinach Artichoke Dip 1/2 red per serving–BUT everyone always tells me they eat at least two servings ;)
Buffalo Chicken Dip 1 1/4 red container per serving
Here is a post I wrote about each container color. It explains what goes in it, has some recipe ideas, and even explains the confusing yellow and purple treat swaps!
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