When you purée vegetables and add seasonings, such in this broccoli spinach quinoa soup, you may use them as the "base."
Layers of lasagna noodles are topped with meat, cheese, and sauce to make a traditional lasagna.
Making veggie noodles is simple and a fantastic way to include more vegetables in your diet. They also make a great low-carb alternative to dishes high in carbohydrates, such pasta.
A clever approach to up your veggie intake—especially if you have finicky kids—is to sneak more veggies into your sauces and dressings.
The cauliflower is quite adaptable. It can be used as a crust for pizza, roasted, pureed for a smooth texture, and added to stews or rice dishes.
Smoothies are a great breakfast or snack option. In particular, green smoothies are highly well-liked for their ability to conceal a lot of leafy greens in tasty smoothies.
Casseroles are a great and effective method to include more vegetables into your diet. They simultaneously add taste, texture, and bulk.