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  • Delicious Recipes for the 8 Great Vegetables Packed into Eat Your Vegetables

    Where did our Eat Your Vegetables chips get their name? From all the great vegetables that are packed inside of them of course. Each chip is filled with 8 different vegetables. Below is a recipe featuring each one that you can make and enjoy with your family. The versatility and deliciousness of vegetables surprises us again and again every day!

    Shiitake Mushroom
    Asian-Style Shiitake Mushrooms and Baby Bok Choy – Take your kids on a trip around the world and introduce them to some new flavors and vegetables. It will be a fun change.
    From: Tartine and Apron Strings

    Summer Chickpea Kale Salad with Feta, Olives & Basil – A quick, healthy, simple salad for you to throw together as a side dish for dinner. Or you could even serve it as the main course on a Meatless Monday.
    From: In Pursuit of More

    Tomato Zucchini Tart – Vegetables can truly be so beautiful. And you know what they say. You eat with your eyes first.
    From: Blogging Over Thyme

    Beet Pesto Pizza with Kale and Goat Cheese – Have you ever thought about making a pesto out of beets? We haven’t. The combination of it with kale and goat cheese makes it a truly unique pizza.
    From: The Roasted Root

    Creamy Coconut Ginger Carrot Soup – Who says you can’t enjoy soup in the summer. This would be wonderful with fresh carrots for you garden!
    From: The Chia Cookbook

    Sweet Potato
    Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Balsamic Brown Butter – Sweet potatoes may be one of the most versatile vegetables there is, and doesn’t the name of this recipe just make your mouth water.
    From: Just a taste

    Broccomole: Broccoli Guacamole – What is that made up word? It is a delicious dip like guacamole, but it is made from broccoli. We have an idea or two of what you could dip into it.
    From: Domestic Fits

    Spinach Quinoa Patties – These pop in your mouth patties make eating healthy easy. They are packed full of vegetables and grains that are good for you. From: Back To Her Roots

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