10 Creative Ways to Eat More Vegetables 

Add New Flavors to Your Vegetable

If you're suffering with vegetables, start with preparation. Raw broccoli taste bad? Avoid raw broccoli! 

Break Them Out for Breakfast

Load up a fluffy egg omelet with your favorites, like broccoli, spinach, and mushrooms, for a quick and easy dose of vegetables in the morning. 

Load Up Your Pasta Sauce

Tomato sauce in its purest form — meaning mostly tomatoes and minimal added sugar and preservatives — can be a healthy base for pastas. 

Opt for Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Cauliflower is really having a moment. And lucky for us, that has led way to a lower-calorie, nutrient-filled pizza base. 

Cook Up Cauliflower Fried Rice

The best part of this cauliflower boom? Pretty much every grocery store now carries pre-“riced” cauliflower, which is an excellent base for veggie fried rice. 

Add Diced Vegetables in Burger Meat

Hungering for meat but wanting a vegan burger? Diced onions, parsnips, and carrots with ground beef have proven a favourite with Fenyvesi's clients and are a unique way to spice up your burger game. 

Whip Up Some Veggie Taco

“I love So-Cal/Mexican-style street tacos with diced onion, cilantro, and radish,” Fenyvesi explains. Tacos are a great way to use any veggie. 

Blend Vegetables into Smoothie Bowl

Smoothie bowls are a yummy (and sneaky) way to add some more vegetables into your day — not to mention they’re super Instagrammable! 

Rethink Your Favorite Snack

What about zucchini fries? You've probably heard of sweet potato fries. Breading and baking zucchini slices is a tasty fast food alternative.

Spiralize Your Vegetable

It's hard to replace pasta, but veggie-lovers prefer zoodles. Set your spiralizer to your preferred thickness and spiralize zucchini squash into 'zoodles', or long noodles.

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