10 Ways You Could be Hiding Veggies in Food
Hiding veggies in food will allow you to consume enough nutrients with not much effort. All this without a battle at the table.
Unless you’re a vegan, you may have to hide veggies in food.
We must trick ourselves into eating our veggies. Unless you are one of the few people that enjoy eating greens, hiding veggies in food may be the only way to reap their nutritional rewards.
This is probably the easiest and most effective way to eat veggies every day, and it’s tasty. Add them into your smoothies. Spinach, kale, parsley, that leafy taste all evaporate thanks to the delicious fruit you can add to the smoothie. Apples, bananas, strawberries, and pineapple all mask the flavor pretty well. All will help hide the taste and get you the vegetables your body needs.
Similar to smoothies, juicing your veggies can be a simple way to get your daily greens. Adding fruit such as beats or apples can help disguise the taste of the vegetables you disdain to eat alone.
Guacamole is so delicious and such a great way to sneak in some vegetables. Anything from onions or cilantro fits perfectly with your guac! Instead of eating the guacamole with chips, opt-out to try carrots and celery. Dip your veggies in the guacamole. The delicious taste of the guac will mask the veggie flavor.
Soup is an easy way to get cups of greens in! Anything from spinach, celery, squash, pumpkin, carrots, onions–I could go on and on. Most of the veggies dissolve in the soup, too, creating a delicious broth. Sneaking my vegetables in a soup is one of my favorite ways to get my daily veggies in.
Pairing Veggies with Hummus
Similar to the guac, dipping veggies such as carrots, celery, or cauliflower into hummus can be a satisfying way to get your greens in. The hummus masks the taste, and you get some vegetables into your diet.
Like soup, making homemade pesto sauces or tomato sauces can be a sneaky way to get in added veggies.
Who doesn’t love an omelet? Try adding a handful of spinach or some mushrooms into your morning eggs to get the day started right.
Vegan Protein Powder
Don’t feel like cooking? A vegan protein powder contains probiotics, fruits, and veggies! Just add a scoop to your smoothies.
Make Veggie Chips
If you have an air fryer, you can cut up sweet potatoes to make veggie chips, super tasty and useful.
Pizza makes everything better, even greens! Add some bell peppers, mushrooms, kate, arugula, or any vegetable on your next pizza. You won’t regret it.
Are you ready to start hiding veggies in food? With these simple and creative recipes, you could be well on your way to boosting the nutrition in your food without even tasting it!