If you eat a plant-based diet, then you probably love vegetables. However, many of us dread eating them. Honestly, eating a salad every day can get boring anyways. If you're looking for delicious ways to eat more vegetables, then look no further. No matter what meal it is, veggies can always be involved so you reach your daily serving and then some!
The first delicious way to eat more vegetables is hiding it in muffin batter. Pulverize zucchini or steamed broccoli in a food processor and add the greens to your next batch of muffins. You won’t even notice their flavor in your favorite baked goods, but your body will appreciate the vegetable intake greatly. Another way to mindlessly eat vegetables is swapping out potato and tortilla chips for veggie chips. Not the pre-packaged, processed kind - like actually slicing up your favorite vegetables chip-style. Easy veggies to do this with are carrots, cucumbers, peppers, celery, and zucchini. They're great for dipping, and will help you form healthier habits. Then if you're in need for a heavier snack, be sure to add vegetables to all your sandwiches. Buy pre-prepped items such as grated carrots, sliced beets, and pre-washed leafy greens from the grocery store to make it even easier to throw veggies into your lunch, and still eat a delicious meal loaded with vitamins.
Veggies For Breakfast
One of the easiest ways to get your daily vegetable intake is by making a delicious smoothie for breakfast. There are a ton of recipes out there to try, but it can be as simple as adding some dark, leafy greens such as kale or spinach to your drink. This will give your morning smoothie the right vitamin boost you need, while reaching your veggie goal. Another veggie idea for breakfast is by mixing it in your eggs. Whether you make an omelette or scrambled eggs, you can easily dice up some peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, or spinach and mix them in. Even if you don't have raw vegetables, you can always toss in leftover roasted vegetables from previous nights and it'll be just as good! You can also add corn to pancake batter for instead breakfast corn fritters. Who knew?
Lastly, you can always make a vegetable spread to eat more vegetables effortlessly. It’s so easy to make delicious, vegetable-based dips with caramelized onion, eggplant, cucumber, artichoke, and more. Plus, the recipes are really easy to follow and make. On the flip side, you can also make vegetable sauces for you pasta, soup, an casseroles. Simply grate, cube, or cook your favorite vegetables until they become soft, and mix them in. Great ones to stick to are carrots, onions, mushrooms, and butternut squash. Give it a try!