-Mix in vegetables with your next pasta dish. Zucchini, onions and mushrooms work great with spaghetti, and you can chop them up and sneak them in the sauce.
-Add broccoli, tomatoes, or spinach to your macaroni and cheese.
-Add spinach, lettuce, green peppers, or cucumbers to your grilled cheese sandwich (they’ll be hidden beneath the cheese layer).
-Put spinach or kale in your next smoothie. You won’t taste it as long as you have another strong flavor, like strawberry.
-Add broccoli to scrambled eggs.
-Add veggies into your favorite soup.
-Put zucchini or squash into your favorite casserole.
-Add tomatoes, bell peppers, spinach, and onions to homemade pizza for a healthy twist on a favorite American meal.
-You can also grill vegetables and make kabobs with things like eggplant, carrots, and mushrooms.
Eating healthy doesn’t necessarily mean you have to cut out your favorite fatty foods. But rather adding some healthy elements or omitting one unhealthy ingredient for a healthy option can make a big difference.