Add veggies to main dishes and casseroles
The easy way to do this is to add ½ cup to 1 cup of chopped frozen or steamed leafy veggies like spinach to the sauce of your meatloaf, spaghetti or lasagna. No one will notice because it will look like you just added a season like parsley.
Add veggies to smoothies
A great way to get that extra boost of energy you need is to turn your fruit smoothie into a high energy vitamin pack drink. Add ½ cup to 1 cup of any chopped frozen leafy vegetable, puree avocado or vegetable juice to your smoothie. You’ll be amazed how great it still tastes with the vegetables in it.
Add veggies to side dishes
Finely chopped or grated vegetables such as broccoli or cauliflower into your mac n’ cheese so you want feel guilty eating the favorite comfort dish. Sprinkle a mixture of grated broccoli and cauliflower on a combination of seasoned roasted or mashed sweet and regular potatoes. You want believe how tasty they’ll be and that you’re enjoying eating vegetables.
Add veggies to eggs or omelets
Mixed your favorite veggies such as tomatoes, spinach, onions and mushrooms in your eggs or make an egg white veggie omelet. The high protein from the eggs and the nutrients from the veggies is a great way to start your day.
Add veggies to baked goods
Fresh baked goodies are always a special treat we always look forward so why not bake some with veggies in them. The most popular ones is carrot cake and zucchini bread.
Add veggie pasta to your dishes
Instead of using regular pasta, why not add colorful veggie pasta to all your pasta dishes. In fact, you won’t even miss regular pasta and the colorful pasta adds an extra boost of nutrition you need.
Add veggies to sandwiches
Panini sandwiches are a great way to get veggies in without having to think about it. Most of them are made with tomatoes, mushrooms, spinach and other veggies. They are incredibly tasty and you want mind the vegetables at all.
Add veggies to burgers and pizza
Sure you can add lettuce and tomatoes to your burger but what about mixing in onions, bell peppers, mushrooms and puree beans. You not only getting the nutrients you need but by stretching your ground beef you save money. Also adding extra veggies to pizza is always a good idea.
When adding veggies, add a little at a time until you are satisfied with how your food taste. The best part about adding veggies this way is the essential and wonderful benefits you’ll reap without even worrying about how they taste. Like many picky eaters, you’ll be surprise you’re eating veggies with no problem at all. Finally, the vegetable problem solved.
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