14 ways to eat fruits & vegetables
Avocados are superfoods, containing a wealth of important vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants.
If you're a vegetarian, trying to lose weight, or just want more vegetables in your diet, this Food Network recipe for Buffalo cauliflower is a breeze.
The cauliflower isn't visible in this photo because it's in the crust! This gluten-free pizza utilizes mashed cauliflower in place of crust.
Prepare to be blown away by this recipe from All Recipes, which includes red bell peppers and two varieties of apples.
Coleslaw with Peppers and Apples
It sounds strange, but you can combine avocado and dark chocolate and serve it as a dessert.
Dark Chocolate Avocado Truffles
In addition to the savory seasonings, most fajita recipes call for red, yellow, and green peppers, onions, and occasionally tomatoes.
Blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, bananas, and plain or vanilla yogurt are suggested by All Recipes.
Fresh Fruit and Yogurt Pops
Sure, you could bake banana bread, but why stick to one fruit? Make fresh-baked bread with strawberries, blueberries, peaches, and bananas if you insist.
Fresh Fruit Bread
Frittatas, which are simply Italian omelets, are a great way to incorporate vegetables to your diet.
Almost any fruit may be made into a smoothie, and you can experiment with different combinations to expand your recipe repertoire.
2 cups leafy greens (kale, spinach, romaine, bok choy, etc. ), 2 cups liquid base, and 3 cups fruit (banana, mango, and basically any other kind).
Toss pineapple, peaches, cherries, strawberries, grapefruit on skewers and grill. You may alternatively coat them in a spicy maple cumin glaze, as suggested by Epicurious!
Grilled Fruit Skewers
Make your own homemade marinade and tzatziki sauce, and learn how to grill pita with this Food Network recipe.
Grilled Pita Wraps
Summer squash in a cheese sauce is a terrific option for picky youngsters (and adults)!
“Hidden Veggie” Mac
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