National Fresh Fruit and Veggies Month

Fruits and vegetables are good for you. However, it’s hard for people to want to eat them when so many other options exist. Besides, it’s hard to figure out what to do besides steam some items, keep the others raw, and try and add them to your meal. This isn’t elementary school and they don’t come on trays. For Fruits and Veggies month, it’s important to share such good recipes for fruit and vegetables, in order to give a better idea of how you can utilize these amazing foods in your meals.

So easy and you get so much more flavor by roasting the broccoli! #broccoli #roastedbroccoliTry out these great recipes to tantalize your taste buds:

Parmesan Roasted Broccoli – this easy to make oven dish just needs broccoli, parmesan and garlic powder.

Summer Fruit Salad – blackberries, seedless grapes, peaches, and strawberries all mixed together? Yes please. Top this with a delicious orange syrup for a delectable treat. Try other fruits to add to this dish.

Deviled Strawberries – Heavy whipping cream, sour Strawberries stuffed with a cream cheese filling and topped with crumbled graham crackers.cream and cream cheese make this tasty cheesecake filling to be added to a slice of strawberry.

Roasted Sugar Snap PeasRoasted Sugar Snap Peas – Garlic, thyme, and sugar snap peas put in the oven makes a great side dish for supper or a great snack!


Fruit Sparklers made with watermelon stars and blueberries | Tastes Better From Scratch

Fruit Sparklers – Cut out watermelon shapes and add blueberries to a skewers to make these easy sparkler treats!

Celebrating fruits and vegetables doesn’t have to be limited to a month. There are many things you can do with fruits and vegetables to add flavor to your meals.

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