Not a fan of vegetables? By the end of this article, you will be!

Vegetables are often hard to eat. Fruits are sweet and tasty, but veggies tend to have a bitterness that our palates instinctively rebel from.

Veggies also don’t have as much flavor as fruits and other natural foods, but we eat them because we know they’re “good for us”. Sadly, that mindset often makes us rebel even more, because it’s easier to eat food we know we like than food that we “have to” eat.

If you’re struggling to eat your veggies, don’t despair!

We’ve got some simple and creative ways to eat more veggies without suffering. These tricks will help you include a lot more veggies into your diet, and you won’t even mind their presence.

Make an Omelette

Omelettes are one of the tastiest breakfasts you can make, and also one of the best ways to sneak more veggies into your diet.

Onions are always an easy option, and they’re delicious when paired with bell peppers. Dice some tomatoes and turn that into a simple salsa that you can pour over your omelette, and you’ve easily got two servings of veggies right there!

Or, why not try a delicious spinach and garlic omelette? Add in a bit of cheese if you think it will help, but make sure the spinach is the highlight of the dish. Top with some avocado, and you’re starting the day off with a healthy, absolutely delightful veggie-heavy dish.

Make a Soup

Soup is the easiest way to get more veggies in your diet.

There are two simple ways to include more veggies:

  1. Use them as the base of a blended soup. Instead of meat, just make an all-veggie soup, and run it through your blender to turn it into a thick, pureed soup. It’s rich, filling, and because you can’t actually see the veggies, you won’t rebel from eating them.
  2. Chop them very finely.  If you’re going to make a meat-based or noodle-heavy soup, you can always add veggies in. Chopping them very finely will make it easy for you to eat the veggies without having to crunch through big pieces, and you can swallow them down easily even if you’re not a huge veggie eater.

Mix it Into Your Dishes

Instead of treating veggies as a “side”, why not find ways to incorporate them into your main dishes?

For example, make yourself a lasagna that has thinly-sliced zucchini in place of one layer of noodles? Make a delicious shepherd’s pie and mix corn, carrots, peas, onions, and bell peppers into the ground beef or lamb, and mash some steamed cauliflower in with the mashed potatoes. Fry up your taco meat with diced onions and bell peppers, and add generous servings of chopped cilantro and diced tomatoes on top.

The more you can mix the veggies into your main dishes naturally, the easier it will be to eat them.

Make a Stir Fry

Stir-fried dishes are one of the tastiest and easiest ways to add more veggies into your diet. You get all of the delicious flavor of the rice, the protein, and the stir-frying sauce to make it easier to enjoy veggies.

The secret to a good veggie-heavy stir-fry is to chop everything very small. That way, when you take a bite, you’ll find the veggies mix well with the rice and you can enjoy everything at once.

Make a Meaty Salad

Time to take the meat out of your main dish and turn the side salad into your primary entrée.

A “meaty salad” is basically any salad that you top with sliced meat. For example, a Caesar salad topped with grilled chicken is a classic option you can find at most restaurants. Cobb salads are another great choice, as you mix ham, cheese, and egg with your veggies.

The beauty of meaty salads is that they pair the rich flavors of your favorite protein with healthy veggies. Even just a heaping plate of lettuce is a great source of nutrients, and the salad only gets better as you add more colored veggies into the mix.

Try Veggie Noodles

Veggie noodles are a fascinating alternative to wheat-based noodles, and they can give you an easy way to eat more veggies without giving up your favorite foods.

Most of us are familiar with “zoodles”, or zucchini noodles, made using a spiralizer. However, you can turn pretty much any vegetable into noodles using a spiralizer. Some of the most popular alternatives include sweet potato and carrot noodles. Spaghetti squash is another great option; when it’s cooked, it basically falls apart into little noodle-like strands that can be an excellent veggie alternative to pasta.

Whip Up a Smoothie

Veggies can be mixed into smoothies in all kinds of creative ways!

You can start off by adding some veggies into your fruit-heavy smoothies to mask the taste. For example, spinach mixes beautifully with just about any fruit smoothie, as the taste is minimal but the nutritional value is very high.

Or, if you want to invest a bit more time into it, try running veggies through your juicer, then adding the veggie juice into your smoothies. Carrot juice mixes beautifully with orange juice, and ginger makes a killer addition to apple juice. All greens pair well with berries, too.

You’ll find that drinking smoothies and juices can be an easy, tasty way to get more veggies in your diet!

Take a Supplement

If you’re having a hard time getting more veggies in your diet, supplements can be an excellent alternative. Simply pop that capsule in your mouth or stir that powder into a cup of juice, and you’re good to go.

Pure Immunity is our top recommendation if you’re having a hard time getting more veggies in your diet. Not only is it made with all superfoods, but it will provide a hefty dose of nutrients derived from veggies, mushrooms, and herbs, all of which are critical for your health. It’s the easy, tasty way to be a veggie person starting today!