Adding even a small amount of extra veggies, such as broccoli, to soups is a great way to increase your intake of fiber, vitamins and minerals.
Once the “noodles” are made, they can be consumed just like pasta and combined with sauces, other vegetables or meat.
Add Veggies to Sauces Adding extra vegetables to your sauces is a sneaky, unique way to increase your veggie intake.
Add Veggies to Casseroles Including extra veggies in casseroles is a unique way to increase your veggie intake.
You can also add chopped bell peppers to omelets, such as in this recipe, which is a great way to enhance your intake of vitamin C and vitamin A (9, 10).
Sweet potatoes, which are an excellent source of vitamin A and antioxidants, are also commonly used to make veggie burgers (15).
The following recipes combine sweet potatoes with almond flour, egg and a variety of spices and chopped veggies, such as mushrooms and cauliflower: You can take these recipes a step further by wrapping your veggie burger in a lettuce wrap, instead of a bun.
Add Veggies to Guacamole It is fairly easy to add veggies to guacamole, and makes for a unique way to increase your veggie intake.
You can add just about any type of chopped vegetable to meatloaf, including onions, bell peppers, carrots and zucchini, such as in this recipe.
Make Cauliflower Rice A unique way to increase your veggie intake is by eating cauliflower rice.