3 Nutritionist-Approved Easy Recipes To Add More Greens To Your Diet

Rich in antioxidants and powerful metabolism-boosters, leafy green vegetables are a great way to get fit and fabulous.

Adding leafy green vegetables to your diet doesn't always have to be a chore. There are many ways to include these healthy veggies in your meal plan the delicious way.

Packed with antioxidants and minerals, these veggies are a great source of vitamins that can help you get fit and even improve skin health. So we spoke to holistic nutritionist Shikha Mahajan, founder of Diet Podium to know easy and delicious ways to eat more green.

Cream of Broccoli Soup


Boil a head of broccoli till very soft. In a blender, blend till absolutely mushy. Transfer to the vessel and add some more water till desired consistency is reached. Add 2-3 tbsp of milk, salt, pepper and stir on a medium flame for 15-20 minutes. Serve warm.

Quick breakfast smoothie


In a smoothie blender, add 2 cups of spinach and some coconut water to make a thin shake. Add 200 gms strawberries, 1 banana and 1 tbsp chia seeds, blend again till the mixture is smooth through.

Baked Falafel


Boil 1 cup of chickpeas till well done. In a blender, mash the chickpeas along with salt, pepper, fresh parsley and dried basil. Transfer the mixture to bowl. Make them into balls and flatten to make falafel. In an air fryer or over, bake in small batches for 20-30 minutes till nicely brown.


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