It's a new week and we are still sticking to our resolution of having a fruit or vegetable at every meal. Here are seven delicious recipes to help you get through the week and load up on nutrients.
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Get your dose of vegetables at breakfast in liquid form. See the recipe.
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Get your veggies at lunch by bringing a salad. To make sure it isn’t soggy, try this salad in a jar. The wet layers go on the bottom! See the recipe.
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Make a batch of a dip, like hummus, at the beginning of the week and keep it on hand with cucumbers, carrot sticks, celery, and raw cauliflower for a protein packed snack. See the recipe.
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With some crispy leaves, these roasted brussels sprouts with pears, hazelnuts, and thyme are a simple stunner. See the recipe.
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Make a vegetable based soup that is easy to pack, reheat and enjoy. Loaded with greens, root vegetables, tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers, it’s an easy lunch to make the night before. See the recipe.
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Try this bright, crisp and buttery beetroot salad that is packed with antioxidants, vitamins and overall goodness. See the recipe.
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Warm up on a cold winter’s night with polenta baked with ricotta, goat cheese, mushrooms and sweetened with herbs and caramelized onions. See the recipe.
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Make an elegant salad of shredded brussels sprouts topped with crispy goat cheese and tossed with a tangy and sweet honey-balsamic vinaigrette. See the recipe.