Skip the salad: 10 other ways to eat fruits & vegetables

Avocados are superfoods, meaning you can get a heaping helping of essential vitamins, nutrients, and antioxidants from a single source. 

Avocado Toast

There’s no replacing Buffalo chicken. We know that. But when you’re a vegetarian, trying to slim down, or just need to get some vegetables in your diet

Buffalo Cauliflower

 In a little treat for our gluten-free friends, this pizza uses mashed cauliflower in place of dough. The “crust” is then baked before the toppings are added. this is covered in meat,

Cauliflower Pizza

This recipe from All Recipes that calls for the addition of red bell peppers and two types of apples. It might seem odd at first, but we think you’ll love this dish

Coleslaw with Peppers and Apples

It might sound a bit far-out, but you can actually mix avocado and dark chocolate, roll it into a ball, and serve it as dessert.

Dark Chocolate Avocado Truffles

Fajita ingredients can vary based on the recipe and the chef, but most will include peppers (red, yellow, and green), onions, and sometimes tomatoes, in addition to all the savory spices. 

Fajitas

This recipe from All Recipes suggests using blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and bananas, as well as plain or vanilla yogurt.

Fresh Fruit and Yogurt Pops

You’ll learn how to make fresh-baked bread with strawberries, blueberries, and/or peaches... and we’re sure you can add bananas too, if you insist. 

Fresh Fruit Bread

Frittatas, which are basically Italian omelets, are an easy way to add vegetables to your diet because you can throw in almost anything you want (including meat, for our carnivorous readers).

Frittatas

If eating fruit isn’t your thing, try drinking it instead. You can turn almost any fruit into a smoothie and mix and match to discover some new combinations to add to your arsenal

Fruit Smoothies

Cozy & Comforting Pot Pies with a Twis