Eat More Plants

Put produce in the center of your plate with these flavorful, satisfying, addictive dishesand yes, we’re talking about vegetables! Molly Krebs, creator of the popular blog Spices in My DNA, turns everyday veggies into meals you’ll crave. Vegetarians and vegans will find inspiring new meal ideas, and meat-eaters will discover the variety of tastes and textures that creative combinations of veggies can bring to the table. Get your vitamins with veggie-inspired sweets and cocktails, and mix and match easy, game-changing sauces to dress up lunch and dinner. Forget bland salads and boring sidesthese recipes will show you how to love your vegetables.

Sample recipes from Eat More Plants

Brown Butter Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage, Spinach, and Hazelnuts

Making gnocchi at home is the easiest thing ever, and homemade is so much better than store-bought. The toasted hazelnuts with the brown butter, savory fried sage, and slightly spiced sweet potato gnocchi is pure perfection. And dont worryI added some spinach so you get your greens. This dish is comfort food thats actually pretty good for you!

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Hidden Zucchini Mac and Cheese with Garlic-Brown Butter Breadcrumbs

Like many 90s babies, I grew up eating a ton of mac and cheese. Ive never had a problem eating my vegetables, but for kids that have a tough time getting enough of them, this is a fantastic sneaky recipe! It is my adult version of classic stovetop mac and cheese, with added zucchini (of course), sharp Cheddar, fontina, and Gouda, andthe best partgarlicbrown butter breadcrumbs.

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