Are you struggling to eat cauliflower and given up on it completely? Then, you probably haven’t tried it in a stake form, drenched in pesto. Get ready for your new favorite vegetable.
It’s not an exaggeration to stay, that you can make this basic side dish for every day of Spring and not get bored of it. There is just too many great things about it. The beautiful purple color, the crunchiness, the yummy taste…just, everything.
Parties and social events can be difficult if you are on a diet and trying to lose weight by eating healthy. So many temptation to go for the junk food. But, what if you took this appetizing and lush salad with you? The burger seems like the boring option now, doesn’t it?
If there is one negative side effect to Spring, it has to be the all-around tiredness and exhaustion your body is experiencing after Winter. Fortunately, this quinoa bowl is here to fill you up with energy and fuel your day.
Carrots are so not just for bunnies. This garlicky, roasted soup is an excellent combination of flavors. But, not only is it delicious, it’s also great for eye health, glowing skin, and strong hair/nails.
If you are anything like me, savory breakfasts are just not your thing. I must have sweet flavors in the morning, otherwise I’m terribly sad and grumpy ’til lunch. Although, I make an exception for green tofu scramble.
17. Spring Pea Soup
They say that often times, the simplest meals are the most delicious. That is definitely true in this case. Also, the bright green peas in this rich soup just make it look so yummy.
Carrot noodles might sound like an alien concept to most, but they are very much a fantastic and easy meal idea. These pretty orange ribbons are surprisingly pleasant and satisfying to eat. The tahini sauce even provides you with a fair amount of protein.
Green peas, beetroot hummus, quinoa, carrots, avocado, radish. How does all of this sound for dinner tonight? Absolutely amazing.
Cream of broccoli soup just got an upgraded, even more delicious version, in the form of this green pea soup. Cashews make this dish extra filling and creamy. Seconds, please!