Eat Your Veggies: 6 Veg Recipes We Can’t Wait to Try

Eating your vegetables is easier than ever nowadays, thanks to the magical browsing powers of the internet. Between food blogs and Pinterest — where recipes sprout up in your feed faster than you can refresh the page — we’re constantly finding exciting new recipes that place our favorite greens front and center. So, without further ado, here are six of the veggie-centric recipes topping our to-make list at the moment.

Veg---Raw-Kale

Raw Kale and Brussels Sprouts Salad from Cookie + Kate

Veg---Savoy-Chips

Savoy Cabbage Chips from Bon Appetit 

Veg---Spring-Rolls

Baked Veggie Spring Rolls from Golubka

Veg---Sloppy-Joes

Tempeh and Lentil Sloppy Joes from Clean Green Simple

Veg---Chili

Smokey Vegetarian Chili from Food52

Veg---Celery-Root-Mash

Celery Root Mash with Dill Oil from A Cozy Kitchen

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2 Responses to Eat Your Veggies: 6 Veg Recipes We Can’t Wait to Try

  1. mary | millay vintage 10/07/2013 at 7:07 pm #

    Definitely bookmarking that Kale & Brussel Sprouts salad to make soon — it looks amazing! I just gifted myself with a juicer in an effort to incorporate more veggies and fruits into the daily eats, would love some recipe suggestions on the juicing-front if you guys know of any next time you do a round-up :)

  2. Kate 10/09/2013 at 7:09 am #

    Thank you so much for including my salad in your roundup! I really appreciate it. Now I’m off to check out that smoky chili and Adrianna’s celery root mash. :)

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