Here is one of the first things I ever tried, and it was amazing!
If you want to add some extra veg to your diet, cauliflower (in spite of the fact it tastes like old socks by itself) is shockingly easy to incorporate!
These are beautiful! The spices accented the pumpkin well, making them a perfect snack for October!
Baked kale chips are SO delicious! Here are the two flavors I usually make. I’ve had mixed results storing these, but I usually eat a whole bunch in one afternoon, so it’s not much of a problem for me!
I swear, these taste like real chicken nuggets! Not chemically McDonald’s chicken nuggets, but just as addictive!
I think that there has been deviled eggs at every single picnic I’ve been to. They are delicious, but substituting mayo with avocado is a simple way to add some extra nutrients into your food!
These sweet bars make great snacks to get you through the afternoon!
These are another great way to use juice pulp or just up your fiber intake!
This dip is full of nutrients and so easy and quick to make. They also pair well with the crackers!
Carrot fries are, of course, best served fresh, but I also find that they’re still good to munch on the next day! Cumin is a good seasoning as well!
These are surprisingly tasty, pleasantly crunchy, and oh so easy to make!
I love onions in nearly every form, and these have my father’s stamp of approval, so I’m sure they’ll have yours too!
I made these for a school snack. They didn’t last the afternoon.
These are another way to enjoy zucchini, and with some good seasoning (I haven’t tried one that didn’t work), they’re even better than the frozen bagged stuff you might be used to!
Looking at the recipe, I was a bit skeptical that it would turn out as well as it did! Is there such a thing as a bad Thai dish?
These are nice and quick to make. They are a bit on the sweet side (pumpkin, hello!), but still lovely if you’re looking for something to smear with jam or butter!
I love sweet potato, and this recipe is great, but I could give or take the onion powder. I think it’s the tapioca flour and oil that give the fries the crispiness, I will just use salt in the future!
All of these photos were taken from the pages of the people who created these lovely recipes.