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5 Ways To Eat More Vegetables Without Even Noticing

Are you on a fresh meal plan? Well, many people are not eating enough vegetables, but they don't have to. Eating more vegetables is a great idea for anyone looking to improve their health or lose weight. But it's sometimes tough to get kids and pickier individuals to try something new. Fortunately, there are lots of ways that you can make sure you're still getting your greens, even if they're hidden in dishes like spaghetti sauce or blended up into healthy smoothies! Here are a few ideas on eating more vegetables without even noticing.

1. Spaghetti Sauce

If you add a little bit of chopped-up veggies into your spaghetti sauce, then no one will ever know the difference! A great way to get in a serving is just a quarter cup of finely chopped carrots, which only adds 25 calories and five grams of filling fiber.

2. Mashed Potatoes

Mashed potatoes are another great way to get in some veggies, plus they're delicious! Try mashed cauliflower instead of regular mashed potato; it's just as tasty but has half the carbohydrates and double the amount of vitamin C. You can also add broccoli or peas to your mashed potatoes for a little more green.

3. Oatmeal

Oatmeal is another great way to get in some veggies at breakfast! The best way to do this is to blend up vegetables into a healthy smoothie and then pour it over top of your oatmeal, but another option is to chop up vegetables and throw them in finely. Doing this will add about 25 calories to your meal and two grams of filling fiber!

4. Smoothies

As discussed above, you can make quick and easy oatmeal by finely chopping vegetables and pouring it overtop your oatmeal. You can also use veggies to replace the fruit in your smoothie! Blend up some vegetables until it is very fine, then add that into your blender with the rest of the ingredients. Not only will this save you a ton of calories by adding in more veggies instead of fruit, but it will take away unnecessary sugars and make you feel fuller longer!

5. Meatloaf

Meatloaf is another easy dish to add vegetables into! Finely chop up some carrots and onions and add them to your meatloaf mix. This will only add about 25 calories and two grams of filling fiber, but it can spruce up what might otherwise be a boring meal.

Eating more vegetables is a great idea for anyone looking to improve their health or lose weight. Adding vegetables into your spaghetti sauce, mashed potatoes, oatmeal, and smoothies is a great way to do this with minimal effort. Would you be looking for help regarding your meal plan for your Raleigh home? Contact us today.

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