Add some extra greens to all your favorite meals for some more nutrients and delicious flavors. Whether you prefer bitter, salty, or savory dishes, we’ve found a variety of recipes featuring healthy greens! And, if these are not your greens or you simply just want more to choose from, the Food Monster App is always there for you when you need it!
Missing a delicious omelet for breakfast or lunch? It really couldn’t be easier to veganize! Here it is used chickpea flour to make the base, and filled with a yummy tahini sauce and kale, the Chickpea Omelet With Kale Filling And Cheesy Tahini Sauce by Laine Rudolfa is even better than the original!
Everything you see on this pizza comes from a vegetable, isn’t that amazing? Make a pizza, and make it as healthy as you can with the recipe of the Spiralized Potato Crust Pizza With Kale Pesto by Carina Wolff.The crust is made with spiralized potatoes and baked until perfectly crispy. Then, it’s topped with this baby with kale pesto, basil, avocado, zucchini, and tomatoes. If you feel inspired, make the crust of the vegetable you want!
These Kale Falafel Balls by Julie Zimmer are soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside, and have a lot of spices to warm them up! They are high in protein and quite low in fat and cholesterol. You can choose to either fry them or bake them, either way you’ll definitely love them!
These are perfect as a snack or just to eat by themselves! Not only does the Raw Broccoli Flatbread by Krisztina Berta contain broccoli, they also contain parsley, kale, parsnip, peanuts, sunflower seeds. and a bit of flax meal to make this deliciousness. There’s really not much more to say than just make them, right now!
Look at these colorful beauties! When you need a pick-me-up with some extra energy, this green filled goodies are your to go for sure. Cheesy, a soft texture, savory, and simple to make, the Spicy Bean Balls With Kale by Evi Oravecz has it all!
These Roasted Carrots and New Potatoes With Arugula Pesto by Rachel Hanawalt are so smooth and creamy, and are perfectly blended with pesto made from arugula. Serve them with a main dish like tofu or maybe a delicious cauliflower steak!
This is totally comforting and just delicious! Gnocchi usually can’t go wrong, and added with a vegan ‘goat’ cheese, arugula, and pumpkin, this Pumpkin, Arugula and ‘Goat Cheese’ Gnocchi by Rebecca Weller is a definite hit.
Even though this salad is quite simple to make, it is still so incredible tasty! The Arugula Basil Salad With Sweet Corn, Red Beans, Lemon and Spices by Emily Von Euw is refreshing, contains a lot of nutritious ingredients, and has a creamy dressing that sure makes the little extra!
How pink and beautiful aren’t these Beet Gnocchi With Arugula Pesto by Sonja Trurnit? The color comes from beets, and besides making a beautiful color to the gnocchi, it also gives them an earthy sweetness! They are topped with a delicious pesto made from arugula, which makes this dinner quite impressive, even though it’s so easy to make!
A mix of spices arugula, savory portobello mushrooms, and a finish of some lemon makes this Arugula Lemon Portobello Pitas by Karlie Kashat a perfect combination of flavors. In this recipe the pita breads are completely gluten free, so everybody can enjoy it! It only takes you around 20 minutes to make this dish, so you can enjoy a quick, tasty and filling lunch!
Would you ever guess that this is actually broccoli hiding under a blend of chia, vegan cheese, and a lot of spices? In other words, the Crispy and Comforting Broccoli Cheese Tops by Maria Engbjerg are definitely broccoli in disguise, and they taste oh-so-good, and are as a perfect little snack in between!
Whoever said salads are boring definitely didn’t make it with a creamy sauce with almonds and lemon, and topped it with crunchy grapes and broccoli! The Easy Broccoli Salad With Almond Lemon Dressing by Michele Elizabeth is definitely easy to make as the name says, but still so delicious!
When your body is craving all the good stuff at once, make a soup filled with all the green nutrients such as broccoli, fennel, peas, kale, and spinach. Get inspired by the Nutrient-Dense Broccoli, Peas, and Kale Soup recipe by Judy Moosmueller, which is easy to make, so nutritious, and comforting.
This recipe is totally grain-free, and has fried rice in it to add some nice color. Broccoli fried rice is low in calories, and is a great alternative to regular rice. The Fried ‘Riced’ Broccoli Bowl by Mitra Shirmohammadi is so colorful and pretty to look at, but the best part is that it tastes as good as it looks!
What’s better than a bowl full of linguini and all the vegetables you are craving? The Creamy Linguini With Vegetables by Rinku Bhattacharya has a deep and rich sauce where hummus is the base, and the pasta is topped with vegetables, garlic, and sun-dried tomatoes. YUM!
Already planning the next meal in your head? You can never have too much recipes planned, so if you for instance want another kale recipe such as a yummy salad filled with coconut and kale, or a quick vegetable stir-fry with broccoli and bell pepper, you can find it all if you download the Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 10,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
Lead image source: Spicy Bean Balls With Kale