Happy Wednesday! It’s the last Wednesday in March, which means the last WIAW goes green and the last week of the Vegan Challenge.
The Vegan challenge wasn’t too bad, but the end came at the perfect time, as we will be hosting family over the next week. We’re planning to cook foods that we know they like… my grocery cart yesterday was full of meat and cheese! I still plan to cook with lots of veggies, but they probably won’t take center stage the way the usually do.
What I ate Wednesday is almost always my eats, but I thought I’d use the last week of WIAW goes green to share some of my favorite ways to get greens into L’s belly.
She was lovin’ this fruit popsicle at her friend’s house yesterday (not green)!
Broccoli or Kale Frittata… (recipe for mini Spinach Frittatas here)
Tortilla hummus roll ups with shredded cucumber, carrots and zucchini
Zucchini Banana muffins (whole grain-vegan recipe)
Tomato sauce with shredded veggies (carrots, celery, zucchini and peppers)
I don’t usually follow a recipe for tomato sauce, I just throw everything in and hope for the best. But here’s a veggie-packed pasta sauce that I’d like to try that also throws in butternut squash!
What are some other ways you get extra veggies into your little ones, or into yourself?
Do you change the way you cook when hosting family or friends with different preferences?