Eat More Vegetables with These Tasty Recipes

No matter the reason, we can all use more vegetables in our lives. We all know how to make a green smoothie and we can’t always drink our vegetables. Here are some tasty ways to increase your vegetable intake and please your taste buds at the same time. Whether you are tricking your family, or sticking to a New Year’s Resolution, this recipes have your back.

 

Where have Hidden Vegetable Brownies been all my life? This is a great idea to try with your favourite recipes to add nutrition without losing flavour.

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I can’t wait to try Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese. My family will obviously notice something different but I think they’ll get used to it.

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I’ve never met a cupcake I didn’t like. Apple Cauliflower Cupcakes sound delicious!

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Hidden Vegetable Sloppy Joes are the perfect marriage between comfort food and eating more vegetables.

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Dark Chocolate Beet Cupcakes have the gorgeous look of red velvet without the harmful food colouring. Everybody wins!

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My kids will love these individual Vegetable Mushroom Meatloafs much better than the usual slab on their plate.

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If you’re worried about the typical sugary frozen treats, make your own Hidden Vegetable Popsicles.

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Serve a slice of Zucchini Bread instead of your typical grain loaf and rest assured that vegetables are being consumed without objection.

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My kids love Baked Kale Chips. Not only are they a great alternative to fried, salty snacks, they’re a great way to use up any kale that might otherwise go into the compost.

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What would childhood be like without chocolate chip cookies? Zucchini Chocolate Chip Cookies are a great way to enjoy this childhood favourite without all the guilt.

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