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July 15, 2014 - 3:00pm

There are plenty of ways to slip a few extra vegetables into your meals without changing the flavor and putting off picky eaters. Here are a few ideas:

You can tuck spinach or broccoli into creamy dishes like stuffed shells or macaroni and cheese or incorporate mild vegetables into a beloved dish where they’ll be dominated by other flavors.

Recipe of the Day: Spinach & Cheese Stuffed Shells

More Recipes to Try:
Baked Mac & Cheese
No-Bake Macaroni & Cheese

Finely shred or grate veggies like carrots or zucchini into meatloaf, pasta dishes or...

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July 15, 2014 - 3:00pm

A veggie-filled omelet is a great way to incorporate vegetables into your morning meal. Ready in seconds, an omelet can be made with almost any cooked or raw vegetable you have on hand—broccoli, onions, spinach, peppers, mushrooms and tomatoes are all classic ingredients.

Don’t Miss: 50 Inspiring Omelet-Filling Ideas
Recipe of the Day: Greek Omelet
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Healthy Breakfast Recipes with Vegetables...

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July 15, 2014 - 3:00pm

Some vegetables add delicious creaminess to a smoothie while others add healthy fiber and flavor. Try avocados, leafy greens like kale and spinach, cucumbers or even canned pumpkin or cooked sweet potato for a tasty addition.

Try one of Eating Well’s Veggie-Filled Smoothie Recipes:

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November 18, 2013 - 4:04pm

During the busy holidays, knowing a dead-easy side dish that’s also festive is like having a secret weapon. And we’ve got three of them just for you. We’ve taken familiar veggies of the season—carrots, green beans and Brussels sprouts—and spruced them up with a few effortless tricks to make these sides truly special: Carrots get glamorous with a glaze of pomegranate molasses and a sprinkle of pistachios. Brussels sprouts are dressed up with savory pancetta and sage. Bundles of green beans look as pretty as a present when wrapped with a “ribbon” of scallion and drizzled with garlicky browned butter. In fact, these easy sides are so good they might just become the feature event on your holiday table.

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July 1, 2013 - 11:05am

Who says a salad has to just be a side? Turn your salad into a meal by including these 4 key ingredients of a power salad, which will help you feel full longer.

1. Greens. Start with 1 to 2 cups of lettuce per serving. Combine different types to balance textures and flavors. Try tender, mild Boston lettuce with crisp romaine and bold escarole.

2. Vegetables. Add plenty of vegetables for crunch, flavor and color.

3. Protein. Add lean chicken, ham, turkey, fish or beans, which will help you feel full longer. Starches, such as potatoes, brown rice, whole-wheat croutons or whole-wheat pasta, add nutrients and staying power.

4. Dressing. Fats in the dressing...

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